At prime time on Friday, ZDF was ahead with the new crime series "Murder Sisters - Crime is a Family Matter" set in Flensburg. The episode "Schwarzer Fisch" starring Lena Dörrie and Caroline Hanke was watched by an average of 4.36 million viewers from 8:15 p.m., which corresponds to a market share of 18.7 percent.
This was followed by the fantasy film "The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies" from 2014 on ProSieben (1.00 million/4.5 percent), the Kabel-eins crime series "Navy CIS" (0.69 million/3.0 percent ) and the Vox docu-soap "Goodbye Germany!" (0.67 million/2.9 percent).
Behind it were the US comedy "An (un)possible hardship" from 2003 with George Clooney on ZDFneo (0.50 million/2.1 percent) and the space thriller "Gravity" on RTLzwei from 2013, also with George Clooney and with Sandra Bullock (0.37 million/1.6 percent).