Ratings: “Inspector Lucas” on ZDF is the ratings queen on Saturday

“Inspector Lucas” on ZDF is the quota queen on Saturday

Inspector Lucas (Ulrike Kriener, left) and her colleague Betty Sedlacek (Claudia Kottal, right) have no idea what awaits them in the attic. photo

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Ulrike Kriener plays the chief investigator Ellen Lucas – with great success. This time she was dealing with a mummified corpse in the attic of an empty courtyard.

“Inspector Lucas” is a quota guarantee for ZDF, as the series proved again on Saturday evening. At 8:15 p.m., 6.02 million people tuned in to the episode “You are mine”, which corresponds to a market share of 21.8 percent. This time, chief investigator Ellen Lucas, played by Ulrike Kriener, had to deal with a mummified corpse in the attic of an empty courtyard. The dead was almost lovingly laid out – a puzzling case for the inspector.

The game show “Small vs. Big” in the first with Kai Pflaume also cleared up in prime time: 5.37 million viewers came to the screen for it (21.6 percent). Significantly fewer people wanted to see the casting show “Deutschland sucht den Superstar” on RTL: 2.05 million tuned in (7.7 percent).

Harry Potter fans got their money’s worth on Saturday evening on Sat.1: 1.36 million (5.2 percent) watched the fantasy film “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows”.

At 8:15 p.m., ProSieben showed the ranking show “The world is amazed – the most blatant mishaps from colleagues” and thus attracted 1.0 million people in front of the television. The station thus achieved a market share of 3.7 percent.

The documentary “Rhythm is a dancer – 30 years of Eurodance” was watched by 0.77 million viewers on Vox (3.6 percent market share). Kabel eins brought 0.58 million to the couch (2.1 percent) with the action series “9-1-1 Notruf LA”.


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