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Strike causes chaos on TV: RTL postpones Jauch, "Hart aber Fair" with a special

2023-03-30T05:37:14.575Z


Anyone who wanted to take the public transport on Monday stood on the empty platform. But the XL strike not only caused chaos in long-distance and local transport, there were also some delays in the TV program.


Anyone who wanted to take the public transport on Monday stood on the empty platform.

But the XL strike not only caused chaos in long-distance and local transport, there were also some delays in the TV program.

Munich – Public transport in Germany came to a standstill on Monday.

Long-distance and, in some cases, local transport will be completely discontinued.

Airports, buses and motorway tunnels are also affected.

But the great strike was also felt in the TV program.

RTL with a special on Monday evening: "Who wants to be a millionaire" flies from the slot

Sat.1 came up with a 20-minute special at 8:15 p.m.

"Strike Special.

Germany is standing still” was moderated by Claudia von Brauchitsch (48).

"99 - One: r beats them all!" accordingly shifted a little backwards.

There were also program changes at RTL.

Anyone who turned on the television at 8:15 p.m. on Monday and expected to see Günther Jauch (66) was disappointed.

Instead, TV viewers saw Maik Meuser (47).

He moderated the “RTL aktuell” special on the strike.

"Who Wants To Be A Millionaire" was also pushed back by 15 minutes accordingly.

"Who wants to be a millionaire" not only a hit in Germany - TV show with several offshoots:

Not only in this country has "Who Wants to Be a Millionaire?" been a real ratings hit for years, the TV show originally from Great Britain (there: "Who Wants to Be a Millionaire?") has also developed into a real mass phenomenon internationally.

The quiz show has been licensed in over 100 countries worldwide, including Albania, Austria, Belgium, Turkey, the Netherlands, Italy, Vietnam, Poland, Portugal and Switzerland.

The program sequence, the optics and the music are often almost identical.

Strike causes chaos on TV: RTL postpones Jauch, "Hart aber Fair" with a special

In the first there were also adjustments.

From 9 p.m., ARD broadcast a strike edition of “Hart aber fair”.

Moderator Louis Klamroth (33) discussed with Gitta Connemann (58) from the CDU, journalist Anja Kohl (52), entrepreneur Marie-Christine Ostermann (45) and Lieferando driver Fabian Schmitz, the speaker also at the food-enjoyment union -Restaurants is.

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Anyone who wanted to take the public transport on Monday stood on the empty platform.

But the XL strike not only caused chaos in long-distance and local transport, there were also some delays in the TV program.

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© RTL/Stefan Gregorowius & WDR/Oliver Ziebe

Speaking of "who wants to be a millionaire": Whoever sits on the notorious quiz chair not only needs well-founded specialist knowledge, but also a large portion of general knowledge.

Candidate Esther Gebhard (52) had to find out on Monday (March 6th, 2023) that a lack of knowledge about bananas would have cost her almost 16,000 euros on "Who wants to be a millionaire".

Sources used:

Sat.1, RTL, Das Erste

List of rubrics: © RTL/Stefan Gregorowius & WDR/Oliver Ziebe

Source: merkur

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