The trio of investigators Schaller (Alexander Held), Flierl (Bernadette Heerwagen) and Neuhauser (Marcus Mittermeier) are supposed to close a file. They are just explaining to the mother that their son Benno (Richard Ciuchendea) is no longer missing when a shot is fired. Flierl and Neuhauser apprehend the alleged perpetrator. He seems special in every way. He looks like Hollywood star Omar Sharif, successfully hides his identity, escapes from the police station and later even kidnaps Angelika Flierl. Neuhauser and Schaller are alarmed, also because the murder weapon is a pistol from the Bundeswehr.
On July 6, 2015, the starting shot for "Who knows something?" the night before in the first. The first XXL primetime issue followed almost three weeks later. The beginning of a success story that now wants to be duly celebrated with a round number: the 1000th episode. Not only do Kai Pflaume, Bernhard Hoëcker and Elton dress up for the extra-long edition, but also their guests and the audience. In the studio of the most popular knowledge quiz on German television, the red carpet is rolled out and a live band creates the right atmosphere.
In the fight between employees and employers for 15 live minutes, Klaas Heufer-Umlauf and Joko Winterscheidt have been challenging their broadcaster for 33 episodes now. Time to look back at some personal highlights from the show. Warehouse burglary, undetected commuter train rides, cooking in the dark - Joko presents his very personal best of "Joko
In order to resettle a planet, thousands of people are sent on a galactic journey by spaceship. A malfunction wakes Jim (Jim Preston) and Aurora (Jennifer Lawrence) from artificial deep sleep 90 years too early and tries to come to terms with the fact that they will spend the rest of their lives on the ship. However, as their feelings for each other grow stronger, they endanger the lives of the rest of the sleeping passengers.
The four "back-up gangsters" Josh (Ben Stiller), Slide (Eddie Murphy), Charlie (Casey Affleck) and Arthur (Alan Alda) are actually quite normal guys who embark on a daring burglary coup. They all work in an exclusive skyscraper in New York. After a nasty Wall Street swindler made his billions in losses with their pension funds, among other things, they decide to strike back. In order to somehow get their pension, they want to confront the brazen investment fraudster in his exclusive skyscraper penthouse.