Preview: TV tips on Thursday

It's 6:07 a.

Preview: TV tips on Thursday

It's 6:07 a.m. when Nina Sieveking's (Wanda Perdelwitz) life gets out of hand. The policewoman from PK14 is on the subway on her way home when an argument between three men escalates. She intervenes - and is brutally beaten up while the other passengers look on. Nobody intervenes. For Harry Möller (Maria Ketikidou), Lukas Petersen (Patrick Abozen) and the other colleagues from the "Großstadtrevier" a nerve-racking search for the perpetrators begins.

Markus Kofler (Sebastian Ströbel) takes a trip to East Tyrol with his friend Tobias Herbrechter to finally pursue their shared passion for climbing again on the Großglockner. The vacation planned as a men's trip, however, goes differently than planned. In the fantastically located mountain hotel where Markus and Tobi (Markus Brandl) are staying, Markus meets his great love Jule Lindner (Franziska Wulf), who is visiting her hometown from Canada with her 12-year-old son Leon to "do a few things " to do. After a fun evening at the hotel bar, Jule disappeared the next day without a trace.

Prominent guessing foxes want to earn a million from Günther Jauch for a good cause. Will a star crack the million dollar question as part of the RTL donation marathon? Who makes a fool of themselves, who tactics without fear, who relies on their knowledge or gut feeling? Jan Köppen, Bastian Bielendorfer, Andrea Kiewel and Max Mutzke compete with heart and mind.

In a bitter struggle, the Avengers, Iron Man (Robert Downey Jr.), Thor (Chris Hemsworth), Black Widow (Scarlett Johansson), Hulk (Mark Ruffalo) and Captain America (Chris Evans) conquer a Hydra stronghold in Eastern Europe to storm and recapture the scepter stolen by Loki (Tom Hiddleston). Using the power of the Alien Artifact, Tony Stark and Bruce Banner now want to create a kind of artificial intelligence called Ultron that will ensure world peace. But the supposed savior, who has found a shell in an overpowering robot, opposes his creators.

Clean football. Georg Trotter (Tobias Moretti), formerly a soccer player and now a doping hunter and doctor, has been fighting for this all his life. But since an accident ten years ago in which he lost his son, nothing is the same as before. A job offer awaits him in the mountains at the most modern sports clinic in the world. Football is to be revolutionized here. Meanwhile, however, Trotter is catching up with the past. His former teammate Jeremy Hall (John Keogh) suddenly shows up and claims that the accident ten years ago was not an accident but a targeted assassination.