Ratings: ZDF crime series "Ein Fall für Zwei" before football

The German footballers also had to admit defeat to a stronger opponent in the TV ratings on Friday evening.

Ratings: ZDF crime series "Ein Fall für Zwei" before football

The German footballers also had to admit defeat to a stronger opponent in the TV ratings on Friday evening. The ZDF crime series "Ein Fall für Zwei" was ahead at 8:15 p.m. with 3.85 million viewers, which corresponded to a market share of 21.0 percent. The last test match of the German women's national soccer team before the World Cup was watched by 3.17 million viewers (16.7 percent). The German footballers were defeated by the opposing team Zambia.

The program “Top Dog Germany – The Best Dog in Germany” ran on RTL in front of 1.31 million (7.0 percent). ProSieben had the classic "James Bond 007 - Live and Let Die" from 1973 with Roger Moore in its program and attracted 1.21 million (6.5 percent) viewers.

An average of 670,000 people were interested in the comedy show "Half Board with Schmitz XXL" with Ralf Schmitz (3.6 percent) on Sat.1. The documentary series “Where love falls – every couple is different” brought 540,000 people to the screens (2.9 percent) at Vox. RTLzwei showed the action film classic "Speed" in front of 510,000 viewers (2.7 percent).

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