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September 15, 2021 by archyde

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TV tips on Wednesday

“The Bachelorette”: Who is Maxime Herbord’s dream man?

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8:15 p.m., RTL, The Bachelorette, dome show

Who will get the last rose? After the Bachelorette (also at TV Now) has spent the last two dates with the finalists on a ferry and in a theater, she has to make this decision. Immediately after the final rose award, Frauke Ludowig welcomes Maxime and some of the men who have provided extraordinary moments in the past few weeks for a talk. How have they fared after the last rose?

8:15 p.m., Sat.1, The Taste, cooking show

Together with guest juror Haya Molcho, the candidates embark on a culinary journey and have to show in team cooking that they can conjure up delicious specialties from Dubai, Spain, Switzerland and the Netherlands. In the following solo cooking, Haya’s secret ingredients from the metropolises of Europe are on the menu. Which creations made from beetroot, liquorice and sesame will convince?

20:15 clock, cable one, The fifth element, sci-fi show

In the year 2259 the earth faces a deadly threat: every 5,000 years a gate between the dimensions opens and clears the way for the absolute evil, which consists of pure anti-energy. The cynical arms dealer Zorg (Gary Oldman) wants to destroy all living beings as the leader of the dark forces. Only one person can now save humanity and avert the catastrophe: the air taxi driver and ex-elite soldier Korben Dallas (Bruce Willis).

8:15 p.m., Tele 5, The Sentinel – Who Can You Trust ?, Thriller

Pete Garrison (Michael Douglas) is a living legend in the Secret Service. Responsible for protecting the US President 20 years ago, he is now working as a career agent and responsible for the safety of the First Lady (Kim Basinger). When, in a murder plot against the incumbent president, he of all people comes under suspicion of being one of the masterminds, it is a shock for everyone. When his former student and friend David Breckinridge (Kiefer Sutherland) was assigned the case, Garrison came under increasing pressure.

8:15 p.m., arte, The Unknown Girl, Drama

The young doctor Jenny Davin (Adèle Haenel) works in a family doctor’s practice. One evening the doorbell rings late after the consultation hour has ended. Jenny doesn’t open the door. The next day, a young woman was found dead near the practice. If Jenny had opened the door, the girl might still be alive. Tormented by feelings of guilt, Jenny begins her own research.

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