Preview: TV tips on Tuesday

Klaus Burger (Heiko Büter), a participant in a Sylt angel seminar, is found dead in his hotel room.

Preview: TV tips on Tuesday

Klaus Burger (Heiko Büter), a participant in a Sylt angel seminar, is found dead in his hotel room. The murder weapon is a black angel statue. A very personal case for Carl Sievers (Peter Heinrich Brix). The first suspicion falls on the course participant Hanne Wegener (Jule Ronstedt), who has not been found since the crime. Sievers seems to know her from before. The secretive boss finally confides in Ina Behrendsen (Julia Brendler) and Hinnerk Feldmann (Oliver Wnuk). Sievers contritely admits that he was stalked by Hanne Wegener in Kiel a few years ago and lured into a trap that led to his transfer to Sylt.

Bail cop Milo Boyd (Gerard Butler) is supposed to take his ex-wife, journalist Nicole (Jennifer Aniston), to prison because of a missed court date. The fact that he got the job gives the cop great satisfaction, as he still has some unfinished business with Nicole. But then the assignment turns out to be hard work: Nicole, who is currently investigating a murder case, constantly wants to give Milo the slip, and in the end the quarreling couple even has to fear for their own lives.

"Take Me Out XXL" - Extra-long dating fun and even more cool sayings with presenter Chris Tall. The gameplay doesn't change: there's buzzing like in the late night version, but there are also a few surprise rounds.

In rural America in the late 19th century, rich rancher Bragg (Jeremy Irons) shoots a US marshal and his deputies when they try to arrest two of his employees on his property. As a result, Justice of the Peace Cole (Ed Harris), who is classified as incorruptible, arrives with his battle-hardened deputy Hitch (Viggo Mortensen) to arrest Bragg and bring him to justice. The new law enforcement officers are more skilled than the old ones, but Bragg takes advantage of Cole's Achilles heel and kidnaps his lover, bar pianist Allison French (Renée Zellweger).

The longed-for place of Munich and its disreputable three investigators, Angelika Flierl (Bernadette Heerwagen), Harald Neuhauser (Marcus Mittermeier) and Ludwig Schaller (Alexander Held) from the basement of the headquarters, have a problem. A horribly battered corpse is found in the famous Munich-Schwabing district. The victim was tied to a lantern with floral wire and displayed, almost as if on a torture post. Schwabing, actually famous for its exuberant attitude to life in the 70s and 80s, no longer exists today. The discovery of the dead documents this impressively.