TV Tips: TV Tips on Tuesday |


8:15 p.m., The first, For heaven’s sake: A nerve saw, family series

Everyone in the monastery is happy that Sister Claudia (Mareike Lindenmeyer) has returned, but something seems to be wrong with her. Sister Lela (Denise M’Baye) is particularly worried about her friend. And there is another problem: The deadline for Sister Hildegard’s (Andrea Sihler) novel is getting closer, but so far no page has been written.

8:15 p.m., ZDF, Nelson Müller’s food report, documentary

Vegetables should be healthy, taste great, look perfect – and still not cost too much. Nelson Müller travels to the origin of the food, shows where consumers can be fooled and gives tips on what to look for when shopping next. He provides exciting insights into the otherwise well-kept secrets of international food production.

8:15 p.m., Tele 5, Pandemic – Lethal agents, epidemic thriller

The plane crew is startled by the death of a surfer on board. After landing in L.A., Dr. Kayla Martin (Tiffani-Amber Thiessen) quarantined the plane. It is soon clear that the man died of an infection with the H3N7 virus. When drug boss Vicente (Michael Massee) escapes quarantine with a businessman, quick action is required.

8:15 p.m., ZDFneo, Marie Brand and the eternal race, thriller

A newspaper messenger was run over. A tragic accident or is there more to it? Marie Brand (Mariele Millowitsch) and her colleague Jürgen Simmel (Hinnerk Schönemann) start the investigation. Brand and Simmel quickly find out that it is a murder attack on the teacher Lena Böhmer. The owner of the crime vehicle, Oliver Renski (Rainer Sellien), is suspected, who claims that his vehicle was stolen but has no alibi for the crime.

8:15 p.m., 3Sat, The 7th hour, Crime

Berlin lawyer Joachim Vernau (Jan Josef Liefers) is supposed to prepare high school students from a private school for their law studies and to head the Jura AG. On the first day there is a scandal: Rector Oettinger (Sophie von Kessel) has kept silent about the fact that a girl from Vernau’s class recently committed suicide. Vernau finds out that role-playing games were played at the expensive private school. One, “The Black Queen”, goes back to ancient medical records. The school was long ago a mental hospital, the delusions of a child killer became a game.


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