"The 100,000 Mark Show": Viewers celebrate the comeback on Twitter

After a 22-year break and a short-lived attempt at revival in 2008: "The 100,000 Mark Show" came back to RTL on Sunday evening, with the original presenter Ulla Kock am Brink (61) and with the original name.

"The 100,000 Mark Show": Viewers celebrate the comeback on Twitter

After a 22-year break and a short-lived attempt at revival in 2008: "The 100,000 Mark Show" came back to RTL on Sunday evening, with the original presenter Ulla Kock am Brink (61) and with the original name. The prize was even paid out in Deutschmarks and only then converted into euros.

The revival of the next cult show of the 1990s was well received by the viewers - at least according to the reactions on Twitter. The RTL Twitter account asked for an interim conclusion during the broadcast – which the users were happy to comply with.

"Great show, I feel like I'm in the 90s and Ulla is still a good presenter, just good entertainment!" Wrote a follower. Another user also praised Kock am Brink: "I love it!

The fact that the broadcaster used the original music was well received by the viewers. Some, however, mourned the old intro. "But what I missed right at the beginning was the awesome intro, where the 100,000 coin was struck and the number 100,000 flew across the screen," someone wrote.

However, the makers had changed one important point compared to the 90s: the broadcast date. The show ran on Sunday instead of Saturday. And that's why some viewers couldn't or didn't want to follow them to the end. Including advertising, "The 100,000 Mark Show" lasted 195 minutes, only ending at 11:30 p.m.

A Twitter user remembered the program "back then with less advertising and therefore more compact. Especially since it was not suitable for Sunday evening". His conclusion: "Please postpone to Saturday and 3-4 issues per year. Then it'll fit".

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