Preview: TV tips on Tuesday

After her horse riding accident, Susanne (Elisabeth Lanz) urgently needs help caring for the horse Caramel.

Preview: TV tips on Tuesday

After her horse riding accident, Susanne (Elisabeth Lanz) urgently needs help caring for the horse Caramel. your colleague dr. Elif Sahin (Neshe Demir) immediately rushes to her aid. But a misdiagnosis in another animal puts a massive strain on the chief veterinarian. Susanne has Elif's back and is there for her in turn. The two approach each other privately over a game of billiards. But when Susanne suddenly realizes that Elif is taking medication, she begins to think. Is Jasper Winter (Dominik Weber) right in his suspicions?

Jim (Adam Sandler) and Lauren (Drew Barrymore) are single parents and realize right after their first date that they will never be a couple. But they still run into each other a few times - and by a stupid coincidence end up in the same hotel room in South Africa with their respective children. This holiday will be a real challenge for the unequal singles and their families.

A break by the sea should save the relationship between Stubbe (Wolfgang Stumph) and Marlene (Heike Trinker). But a corpse on the beach thwarts the two plans. This is the first murder case for the two island police officers Jördis Meeske (Caroline Hanke) and Niklas Laab (Knud Riepen), both visibly overwhelmed with the situation. Especially since the dead woman is Jördis Meeske's former best friend. Stubbe learns more and more about the secrets of the islanders and threatens to forget why he actually came to the island.

Three celebrities play for clues about a prominent phantom. But of course that doesn't want to be revealed. If the detectives win a game or solve a riddle, they receive a tip that leads to the identity of the known unknown. If they lose the round, the phantom can continue to cover its tracks. The sleuths can earn up to seven clues to identify the phantom. The revelation at the end of the show shows whether they are right.

A police operation by Süher Özlügül (Sophie Dal) and Henk Cassens (Maxim Mehmet) turns out to be a false alarm. Hanno Schlueter (Alexander Beyer) is apparently suffering from paranoia, and there is no trace of the alleged burglar. But then Schlueter's wife Femke (Anja Pahl), a scientist for maritime biotechnology, is found dead. Could Süher and Henk have prevented Femke's death if they had believed Hanno? Brockhorst (Felix Vörtler) makes solving the murder a top priority.

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