Preview: TV tips on Friday

Nora (Tanja Wedhorn) finally wants to take more time for her newly in love togetherness with Max (Bernhard Piesk).

Preview: TV tips on Friday

Nora (Tanja Wedhorn) finally wants to take more time for her newly in love togetherness with Max (Bernhard Piesk). Switching off is easier said than done in her job: when the captain (Jochen Nickel) falls over on a boat trip, the doctor naturally has to provide first aid. The rough-and-ready patient claims that everything isn't so wild. However, Nora insists on a thorough investigation. The tumor diagnosis by Dr. Heckmann (Patrick Heyn) confirms his worst fears. The prudent doctor soon learns that the seriously ill patient does not only have health problems.

Calvin (Kevin Hart) can't believe his eyes when he sees his former schoolmate Bob (Dwayne Johnson). Bob, once fat and flabby, is now a toned banger. And a secret agent in distress. Bob is on the trail of a traitor within the CIA. To unmask this, Bob needs Calvin's help. Calvin has no idea what a hell of a ride he is getting himself into.

Markus Schwarzhuber (Guido Broscheit) lies dead in the family villa. A skateboard in the garage leads Caspar Bergmann (Thomas Heinze) and Annabell Lorenz (Stephanie Stumph) to "Krake" (Luke Vogelbein), an acquaintance of Schwarzhuber's daughter Liss (Bianca Nawrath). The inspectors hope to find answers about the relationship between "Krake" and Schwarzhuber in a youth center. The survey not only brings new insights: one of the two social workers, Frank Freidank (Max Woelky), invites Annabell to an unconventional date.

London, 2000: Joan Stanley (Judi Dench), an elderly pensioner, is visited by a police force who takes her out of her terraced house. The allegations against the former scientist, who worked for decades as a respectable librarian, include a total of 27 violations of the law - including high treason! Joan is said to have passed on important information to the Soviet Union in the 1940s as an employee of the British nuclear weapons program.

17-year-old Angi Kuhn (Isabelle Vogt) disappears shortly before the Abitur exams. She is a working-class child and a model student at an elite high school in Zehlendorf. It quickly turns out that Angi's life takes place between two worlds: the bright future of an academic career on the one hand and the precarious everyday life with her traumatized, single mother Linda Kuhn (Marie Leuenberger) on the other. Did Angi want to escape this pressure?

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