The ARD social drama "Nothing that happens to us" failed the TV audience on Wednesday evening. Just 1.78 million (6.8 percent) watched the film adaptation of Bettina Wilpert's book about a student's allegations of rape against a friend from the university milieu from 8:15 p.m. on the first. This is an extremely weak value for this slot. The film was also unsuccessful in the young target group of 14 to 49 year olds with an audience rating of 5.4 percent (340,000 viewers).
The strongest format was the ZDF search magazine "Aktenzeichen XY... Cold Cases": 5.64 million (21.6 percent) tuned in. The second special edition of the classic "Aktenzeichen XY" is dedicated to four murder cases, some of which date back decades and in which no perpetrator has yet been identified. ZDFneo reached 1.97 million (7.5 percent) with the regional thriller "Wilsberg: The Baptists".
ProSieben broadcast the comedy show "TV total" - 1.65 million (6.2 percent) watched it on the screen. The RTL dating show "Der Bachelor" brought 1.57 million (6.2 percent) into the house. The US crime series "CSI: Vegas" on Vox interested 1.36 million (5.1 percent). The Sat.1 cooking show "The sweet taste" attracted 960,000 fans (4.5 percent). The RTLzwei docu-soap "The Wollnys - A terribly big family!" saw 690,000 people (2.6 percent).