The actor Moritz Bleibtreu (51) and his RTL series "Faking Hitler" were the big winners in the second part of this year's German Television Awards. The actor was awarded "Best Actor" in the ZDF show "The TV Highlights of the Year" moderated by Barbara Schöneberger (48).
The series "Faking Hitler", in which Bleibtreu embodied the odd art forger Konrad Kujau (1938-2000) alongside Lars Eidinger (46) as "Stern" reporter Gerd Heidemann (90), admitted as "Best Drama Series " another coveted award.
The actress Friederike Becht (35) also received awards as "Best Actress" for her work in the ARD thriller series "Schneller als die Angst" and Giovanni Zarrella (44) for "Best Individual Performance/Moderation Entertainment" for his engagement in "Die Giovanni Zarrella Show" on ZDF.
In addition, on Wednesday evening, among other things, the "Best Entertainment Show" received "Who is stealing the show?" by and with Joko Winterscheidt (43) and the Amazon production "LOL - Last One Laughing" presented trophies in the category "Best Comedy/Late Night". "The Wannsee Conference" (ZDF) was also honored as "Best TV Film".
The first awards of the German Television Prize 2022 were presented on Tuesday evening in Cologne's Studio Ehrenfeld as part of the "Night of the Creative". The jury chose the winners in the creative person categories of the program areas fiction, entertainment and information.
Jan Böhmermann (41) was awarded in the category "Best Book Entertainment" together with Markus Hennig, Hanna Herbst and Nora Nagel for the show "ZDF Magazin Royale". The “ZDF Magazin Royale” team already won in this category in 2021.
In the "Best Fiction Director" category, Cyrill Boss and Philipp Stennert won for "Der Pass", the trophy for "Best Fiction Book" went to Magnus Vattrodt and Paul Mommertz for "Die Wannseekonferenz" and the award for "Best Fiction Camera". Philip Peschlow also for "Der Pass".
Other prizewinners in the category "Best Editing Fiction" include Friederike Weymar for "Schneller als die Angst", the prize for "Best Music Fiction" went to Inga Humpe, Tommi Eckart, Matthias Petsche for "Eldorado KaDeWe - Now is our time" , in "Best Fiction Design" Petra Albert also won for "Eldorado KaDeWe - Now is our time". The "Best Entertainment Director" category went to Johannes Spiecker for "Who is stealing the show from me?".