Preview: TV tips on Friday (04/08/2022)

TV tips on Friday (04/08/2022)

“Parker”: Contract thief Parker (Jason Statham) is no ordinary criminal.

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That way you won’t miss a show again. Here you will find all the program highlights for Friday at a glance.

8:15 p.m., ProSieben, Parker, action thriller

Parker (Jason Statham) is a contract thief – but not an ordinary one, because he is the Robin Hood of modern times and only steals from the rich. He is supposed to steal precious jewels for his new client. However, his partners rip him off and he narrowly escapes with his life. Without further ado, he brings the real estate agent Leslie (Jennifer Lopez) to his side to implement his perfect revenge plan.

8:15 p.m., ZDF, The Old One: existence, crime series

In a pedestrian tunnel, the body of Dr. Found Peter Holm (Andreas Agler). The wealthy doctor was brutally killed the night before. Since the victim was involved in conflicts both professionally and privately, the detectives investigate in all directions and uncover numerous inconsistencies in his life. Who could put it on Dr. targeting Peter Holm? The brutality with which the murderer acted indicates enormous hatred for Commissioner Voss (Jan-Gregor Kremp) and his team and could represent a motive from the immediate vicinity of the victim.

8:15 p.m., The First, Practice with a Sea View: What Really Matters, Family Film

A romantic is the young patient Emilia (Lene Oderich), who is treated by Nora after a small beach accident. The 16-year-old dreams of her own wedding “all in white”. However, Emilia wants to keep the fact that there is already a “prince” (Tristan Göbel) to herself. Her mother Astrid (Nele Rosetz) worries about the teenager anyway, who has to pay special attention to her health because of an underlying metabolic disease. When Emilia’s blood values ​​deteriorate dramatically, Nora tries to find out where the threatening inflammation is coming from.

9:15 p.m., ZDF, Last Track Berlin: Law and Justice, Action

The Argentinian Eduardo Lange (Michael Mendl) reports his granddaughter, the law student Maria (Helen Woigk), as missing. His suspicions are directed against her ex-boyfriend Torben (Felix Mayr), with whom there was an argument. For the investigators, however, there are several indications that Maria’s disappearance has something to do with Eduardo’s past: He is said to have been involved in torture in Argentina. So Maria could have been kidnapped to force him to confess.

10:35 p.m., ProSieben, I Am Legend, end-time drama

A drug touted as a cure for cancer causes horror because it turns people into bloodthirsty vampires. Only a small portion of the population – like former military scientist Robert Neville (Will Smith) – is immune to the genetically engineered virus. As the only remaining human in Manhattan, he tries to find an antidote using his own blood. There’s only one problem: the vampires don’t want to be healed at all.


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