Over five million people watched the ZDF manhunt program with Rudi Cerne. On the other hand, no other station arrived on Wednesday evening.

“Aktenzeichen XY… unsolved” was the ratings hit on Wednesday evening at prime time. The ZDF manhunt program with Rudi Cerne wanted to see 5.03 million (19.9 percent) from 8:15 p.m. The first broadcast the social drama “Glückskind” with Herbert Knaup and Thomas Thieme, 3.46 million (13.7 percent) tuned in.

RTL reached with the “Extra Special: Can we save ourselves rich?” 1.65 million (6.7 percent). ZDFneo had the Münster thriller “Wilsberg: 48 hours” with Leonard Lansink and Oliver Korittke in the program, which was chosen by 1.53 million (6.0 percent).

1.08 million (4.3 percent) spent the evening with Sebastian Pufpaff’s comedy show “TV total” on ProSieben. The comedy “Fack ju Göhte” with Elyas M’Barek and Karoline Herfurth reached 1.02 million (4.2 percent) on Sat.1. Kabel eins had the US comedy “Die Glücksritter” with Dan Aykroyd and Eddie Murphy on offer, attracting 960,000 people (4.0 percent). The RTLzwei show “Kampf der Realitystars” posted exactly the same value. The drama “Red Ribbon Club – The Film” with Jürgen Vogel and Tim Oliver Schultz attracted 710,000 viewers (2.9 percent) to tune in on Vox.