Preview: TV tips on Friday

Viewers can ring in the Christmas holidays with “Let’s Dance – The Big Christmas Show”.

Preview: TV tips on Friday

Viewers can ring in the Christmas holidays with “Let’s Dance – The Big Christmas Show”. In the dance show, six successful celebrities from recent seasons compete against each other with popular professional dancers in a festive atmosphere. Daniel Hartwich and Victoria Swarovski host the Christmas show, and the jury includes Motsi Mabuse, Joachim Llambi and Jorge González. Who will be the “Christmas Dancing Star”?

What was family father and master painter Bernd Steidel (Bernhard Schmid) doing at midnight in the deepest Bavarian Forest? He can no longer answer the question. Steidel was shot - at close range. Wife Marina (Bernadette Heerwagen) and stepson Xaver (Ludwig Senger) are desperate. Steidel had done everything for the family and there were supposedly no enemies. But even a quick look at his company's documents shows Vera Lanz (Katharina Böhm) the first irregularities in the company's management.

Amy (Mila Kunis), Kiki (Kristen Bell) and Carla (Kathryn Hahn) are plagued by pre-Christmas stress: decorating the house, buying presents and preparing menus. This year they want to evade traditional perfection and plan a special gift. But then their own mothers show up for a Christmas visit and drive their daughters crazy. The contemplative time becomes a battlefield: mothers against daughters. The Bad Moms are planning their own party.

At the beginning of the 20th century, eight-year-old Ceddie Errol (Ricky Schroder) lives with his widowed mother (Connie Booth) in modest circumstances in New York. One day they receive news from the Earl of Dorincourt (Alec Guinness). The Earl is Ceddie's grandfather. But his grandson doesn't know him, because the proud old gentleman broke away from his son Cedric - Ceddie's father - when he married an American woman. Since all of his sons are now dead, the Earl wants Ceddie to come to England so that he can receive an upbringing befitting his status as heir to Dorincourt Castle.

Ina (Melanie Marschke) and her team hope for a peaceful Christmas with their loved ones. But an armed Santa Claus thwarts their plans. A glancing shot from his pistol hits Jan's (Marco Girnth) arm, then the perpetrator flees. A short time later he robs an exclusive watch dealer, which leads to the death of Valentina Burow's (Nina Gnädig) husband. When Kim (Amy Mußul) and Jan track down the perpetrator, he is lying dead in his apartment.