The ZDF crime series "Under Other Circumstances" left the assembled TV competition behind on Monday evening. The new "Demons" case with Natalia Wörner and Martin Brambach attracted 7.09 million viewers (25.4 percent) to the screen from 8:15 p.m. Günther Jauch's RTL quiz show "Who wants to be a millionaire?" followed at a distance, bringing 3.25 million (13.5 percent) into the house.
The ARD nature documentary "Unsere Meere" addressed 2.32 million (8.3 percent), after which 1.74 million (6.6 percent) stayed tuned to the discussion program "Hart aber fair", which dealt with the topic " The new power of workers: more money for less work?" treated.
The British crime thriller "Inspector Barnaby: Sportsmen and Spies" with John Nettles, Jason Hughes and Jane Wymark reached 1.36 million (4.9 percent) on ZDFneo. The dating show "First Dates Hotel" on Vox watched 1.16 million (4.4 percent). The Sat.1 game show "99 - One: r beats them all!" saw 960,000 people (3.7 percent).
RTLzwei broadcast the docu-soap "The Geissens - A terribly glamorous family!" off, 760,000 reality friends (2.7 percent) were there on the screen. Kabel Eins had the action film "Transformers: Era of Destruction" with Mark Wahlberg and Nicola Peltz in its program - 660,000 science fiction fans (2.9 percent) were enthusiastic about it.
The American series "How I Met Your Father" on ProSieben performed quite poorly: 470,000 sitcom fans (1.7 percent) wanted to see it.