“Tatort” farewell to Rick Okon: Dortmund crime thriller steals the ratings show from Joko

The hard-fought TV Sunday evening went well ahead of the new edition of Dortmund's "Tatort": Almost eight million viewers tuned in to Rick Okon's (34) farewell as Inspector Jan Pawlak in "Tatort: ​​Cash" on the first, as AGF Videoforschung in Collaboration with GfK reported.

“Tatort” farewell to Rick Okon: Dortmund crime thriller steals the ratings show from Joko

The hard-fought TV Sunday evening went well ahead of the new edition of Dortmund's "Tatort": Almost eight million viewers tuned in to Rick Okon's (34) farewell as Inspector Jan Pawlak in "Tatort: ​​Cash" on the first, as AGF Videoforschung in Collaboration with GfK reported. In the overall audience, this meant a clear first place in prime time with 26.2 percent of the market share.

“Tatort” also took pole position in terms of ratings among viewers between the ages of 14 and 49 - around 1.7 million viewers meant a 22.9 percent market share in the advertising-relevant target group. Second place in the overall audience went to “Spring - When Time Stands Still” with Simone Thomalla (58) on ZDF (6.3 million, 20.5 percent).

The ProSieben game show “Who will steal the show from me?” Meanwhile, Joko Winterscheidt (45) came in second in the target audience - just over a million people (17.0 percent) tuned in to see Joko defend his title. “The Aftermath” from this year’s jungle camp landed just behind. Not quite a million (14.7 percent) tuned in to private channels RTL.

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