Preview: TV tips on Saturday (November 20th, 2021)

You will never miss a program again. Here you will find all program highlights on Saturday at a glance.

8:15 p.m., ProSieben, The Masked Singer, puzzle show

In the “The Masked Singer” finale, the last four riddles are revealed: Which celebrity belts out the big songs as the caterpillar? Who pulls the audience from their seats every week as Mülli Müller? Who spreads a lot of love but the pug? And who enchants week after week as the heroine? Sasha, who won the previous season in the dinosaur mask, is a guest in the advice team.

8:15 p.m., ZDF, Munich Murder: The Camel and the Flower, crime thriller

The detective trio Schaller (Alexander Held), Flierl (Bernadette Heerwagen) and Neuhauser (Marcus Mittermeier) are investigating a fatal explosion in an allotment garden. The explosion was not an accident; the gas pipeline was tampered with. Celine Papst (Lena Meckel) appears worried at the crime scene. Because she and especially her new friend Karim (Hassan Akkouch) use the affected hut, which belongs to Celine’s father Oliver Papst. Celine’s concern for Karim is well founded.

8:15 p.m., RTL, Am I smarter than Lukas Podolski ?, Show

How smart is soccer star and super talent juror Lukas Podolski really? After Günther Jauch, Oliver Pocher, Verona Pooth, Evelyn Burdecki, Peter Kloeppel and the Zarrellas, a successful professional footballer competes for the first time. Poldi will undergo an extensive cunning test. Who will win at Günther Jauch? Lukas Podolski, Martin Klempnow, Tahnee, Guido Cantz or the representative Germany panel?

20:15 Uhr, Sat.1, The Day After Tomorrow, Katastrophenaction

Extreme climate change: Professor Jack Hall (Dennis Quaid) and his son Sam (Jake Gyllenhaal) are suddenly confronted with the next ice age. This breaks in as the polar ice caps are melting rapidly and cooling the Gulf Stream, causing temperatures to drop rapidly. Paleoclimatologist Hall warned of precisely this scenario, but met with incomprehension. When the disaster strikes, he is not the only one fighting for his life – Sam is stuck in New York and is surprised by the change in weather.

8:15 p.m., the first, small versus large – the unbelievable duel, show

In the new edition, little Giulia claims: “I know all Helene Fischer songs by heart, can only identify each title by means of a single second and am better at it than the interpreter herself.” Does the ten-year-old actually know the songs of pop star Helene Fischer better than the singer?

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