Despite their separation, both Oliver Pocher (45) and Amira Pocher (31) were recently seen in the New Year's episode of "Das Traumschiff". But after "Dream Ship: Nusantara" there is the appearance of Sandy Meyer-Wölden (40), as the comedian and his ex-wife tell in the latest episode of their joint Podimo podcast "Die Pochers! Freshly recycled".
Filming for four new films in the long-running ZDF series is planned by summer 2024 - and the two talk about the fact that Meyer-Wölden will be seen in one of the upcoming editions. “I don’t see any country in sight at the moment,” says the model. And she reveals: "I became an actress."
After the broadcast, Pocher was called by a person from production who asked: "We would like to have Sandy Meyer-Wölden play a role here. But that would be next week." And she apparently agreed quickly because she will actually be seen in one of the new episodes.
“Yes, I can’t reveal that,” explains Meyer-Wölden when Pocher asked what role she plays. "I actually signed a confidentiality agreement." Although she keeps a big secret about the “Top Secret” role, she reveals few details.
Meyer-Wölden will therefore be seen in the issue in which the crew is about Captain Max Parger (Florian Silbereisen, 42) and the travelers to Argentina. According to ZDF, the crew ends up in Curacao, Miami and the Hudson Valley in the other episodes.
It is not known which guest stars will be there alongside Meyer-Wölden. What is apparently certain is that cruise director Oskar Schifferle (Harald Schmidt, 66) is missing from your edition. She was “also really looking forward to getting to know him as part of the 'Dream Ship', but he's actually not in my episode.”
The model has been traveling for six days and "almost all of them have been at sea. And for me it was definitely a huge challenge because, as you know, cruise ships aren't really my thing right now." Meyer-Wölden became ill on the first evening because of the heavy seas and ended up in the hospital the next morning, where she was given an injection - "and then I spent the rest of the day in bed."
The doctor also told her that she wasn't the first "and definitely not the last" that day. "Yes, it's definitely a challenge to shoot on such a ship in high waves [...]," reveals Meyer-Wölden. In addition, there is “just this feeling of not being able to get away.” For days now you've only seen sea and water everywhere, "that gives you a bit of an uneasy feeling. Yes, that was quite something to overcome."