Ratings: Over six million see Corinna Harfouch's "Tatort" debut

As the new Commissioner Susanne Bonard, Corinna Harfouch made her "Tatort" debut on Sunday evening in front of more than six million television viewers.

Ratings: Over six million see Corinna Harfouch's "Tatort" debut

As the new Commissioner Susanne Bonard, Corinna Harfouch made her "Tatort" debut on Sunday evening in front of more than six million television viewers. In the future, the 68-year-old will determine her role together with Robert Karow (Mark Waschke) in the capital Berlin.

It started with the double episode "Nothing but the Truth", the first part of which showed the first thing on Easter Sunday. 6.22 million people tuned in, which corresponded to a market share of 23.3 percent. The second episode will be broadcast on Easter Monday in the evening.

Harfouch is one of the most famous actresses in Germany. "Nothing but the Truth" is about a young police officer who took her own life. Her last call went to Bonard, who used to work at the LKA and now teaches at the police academy.

Just behind was ZDF in the ratings on Sunday at 8:15 p.m. with the "Traumschiff". On average, 5.20 million people watched the latest trip by Captain Parger (Florian Silbereisen) and his crew (19.4 percent). 3.03 million opted for the quiz show "Who wants to be a millionaire?" with Günther Jauch (13.5 percent) - where there was a technical breakdown for a few minutes on Sunday and the correct answer options could not be displayed.

The fantasy film "Fantastic Beasts 2: The Crimes of Grindelwald" was shown on Sat.1 in front of 1.13 million viewers (4.2 percent). ProSieben had the gangster comedy "The Gentlemen" in its program and attracted 920,000 viewers (3.6 percent). 890,000 viewers (3.4 percent) opted for the Monthy Python comedy "Brian's Life" on RTLzwei. The cooking duel "Kitchen Impossible" ran on Vox in front of 860,000 viewers, which resulted in a market share of 3.7 percent with a broadcast time until late in the evening.

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