For the second year in a row, actress Nilam Farooq won Tuesday night's show "Who's stealing the show?" - and with it the season finale of the quiz show. Again there were many young viewers who didn't want to miss Farooq's triumph over show master Joko Winterscheidt.
The show had a market share of 20.1 percent among 14 to 49 year olds and was the prime time winner among people under 50 - one million tuned in. In terms of the total audience, the show came fourth in prime time with 1.48 million viewers (6.9 percent).
As is so often the case on Tuesday evening, most of the general audience decided on the first from 8.15 p.m. The law series "Die Kanzlei" reached 4.83 million viewers (19.5 percent). From 9:05 p.m., there were still 4.22 million (16.7 percent) in the hospital soap “In All Friendship” (episode 986).
An unusually large number of viewers watched WDR television at 8:15 p.m. But the explanation is obvious: The third showed a "crime scene" repetition from Münster with "Feierhour" with forensic doctor Boerne and detective chief inspector Thiel, who are very popular with the audience. 1.61 million people watched the crime thriller from 2016 (6.47 percent).
Behind it was the reality soap "Undercover" on RTL (1.33 million/5.5 percent), the ZDF documentary "Pretty best neighbors - with Michael Kessler" ("We and the French" with 1.13 million/4 .6 percent) and the comedy "Game without rules" from 2005 on Kabel Eins (0.69 million/ 2.9 percent).
This was followed by the RTLzwei report "Hartz and heartily - day by day Rostock" (0.65 million/2.7 percent) and the Vox documentary series "We're growing up! Finally home alone!" (0.55 million/ 2.3 percent), in which the filmmakers accompany several children over the years as they grow up.