"Aktenzeichen XY... unsolved" attracted the most television audience on Wednesday evening. From 8:15 p.m., 5.27 million viewers (19.8 percent) tuned in to the ZDF search magazine with Rudi Cerne. Among other things, it was about a medical student who was killed on October 3 while walking home alone from dancing in a club. One of the investigators showed the TV camera a conspicuous wooden watch that was found near the crime scene and could have come from the perpetrator. 50 tips were received before the end of the show.
The first reached with the special "Focus: Elections in the USA - where is America headed?" 4.27 million people (15.8 percent). Afterwards, 3.18 million (12.1 percent) stayed with the drama "And you are watching" with Anja Schneider and Bärbel Schwarz.
1.23 million (5.8 percent) spent the evening with the Sat.1 cooking show "The Taste". Kabel Eins had the crook comedy "Ocean's 13" with George Clooney, Brad Pitt and Matt Damon in the program - 870,000 feature film fans (3.6 percent) watched it on the screen.
Vox had the US crime series "Bones" with Emily Deschanel and David Boreanaz to offer. 600,000 people (2.2 percent) were interested in this. The RTLzwei documentary soap "We clean up - how many things do you have?" 430,000 people (1.6 percent) watched Collien Ulmen-Fernandes. The mini-series "Safe" with Judith Bohle and Carlo Ljubek had 300,000 viewers (1.1 percent) on ZDFneo.