Ratings: Millions see Charles' coronation on TV - ZDF crime thriller in front

Royal ratings hit for the first: an average of 4.

Ratings: Millions see Charles' coronation on TV - ZDF crime thriller in front

Royal ratings hit for the first: an average of 4.88 million viewers watched the live broadcast of the coronation of Charles III on Saturday from 9.30 a.m. That meant a market share of 42.6 percent. Around 4 p.m. - after the coronation - 2.33 million were still watching the program "Charles - fateful years of a king".

At prime time in the evening, 2.45 million (10.6 percent) then watched the knowledge show "What can man do?" with Eckart von Hirschhausen. However, the ratings winner from 20.15 was again ZDF with its crime thriller "Theresa Wolff: The most beautiful day". The second reached 5.93 million people, which corresponded to a market share of 23.8 percent.

The finale of the ProSieben show "The Masked Singer", in which the singer Luca Hänni was chosen as the winner, was watched by 2.00 million people (9.4 percent). Meanwhile, 1.82 million (9.5 percent) watched RTL "Because they don't know what's happening - the Jauch-Gottschalk-Schöneberger show". And on Sat.1, the action thriller "Big Game - The Hunt Begins" attracted 1.14 million viewers (4.6 percent).

The horror strip "47 Meters Down - Uncaged" on Vox saw an average of 790,000 (3.2 percent) on Saturday evening, the film "True Lies - Wahre Lügen" from 1994 on RTLzwei 670,000 people (2.9 percent). Kabel eins reached an episode of the US series "9-1-1 Notruf L.A." from 8.15 p.m. 560,000 people (2.3 percent).

NEXT NEWS