The Limited Times

Now you can see non-English news...

Last edition of “Kiwi’s big party night” for now: These stars are there

2024-03-02T18:24:23.795Z

Highlights: First season of the show about Andre Kiewel (58) with a total of four episodes ends on March 1st in the grand finale. After mixed ratings, Sat.1 now wants to score points again with star guests. Stars such as Anastacia (55), Peter Maffay (74), Alphaville, Vanessa Mai (31), PUR and Vicky Leandros (71) have already been guests in previous shows. It is unclear whether “Kiwi's Big Party Night’ will be continued after the end of the first season.



As of: March 2, 2024, 7:17 p.m

Comments

Press

Split

It is unclear whether “Kiwi's Big Party Night” will be continued after the end of the first season.

Andrea Kiewel's star guests are supposed to turn around the ratings in the final.

Berlin – “Kiwi’s big party night” is coming to an end for the time being.

The first season of the show about Andre Kiewel (58) with a total of four episodes ends on March 1st in the grand finale.

After mixed ratings, Sat.1 now wants to score points again with star guests.

Andrea Kiewel with “Kiwi’s big party night”:

“Kiwi's big party night” with Andrea Kiewel (58) was a new format for Sat.1 in 2024.

The first episode was broadcast on December 27, 2023, two more followed in January and February.

Stars such as Anastacia (55), Peter Maffay (74), Alphaville, Vanessa Mai (31), PUR and Vicky Leandros (71) have already been guests in previous shows.

The ratings were okay, even if Sat.1 had probably hoped for more from the new format.

According to

dwdl.de,

around 1.5 million people tuned in to the first broadcast.

According to tvspielfilm.de

, the second episode

only attracted around 780,000 viewers.

“Kiwi's Big Party Night” on Sat.1: Last show with big star guests

For the last broadcast of the first season of “Kiwi's Big Party Night”, Sat.1 once again brought out the big guns and invited some stars.

According to

schlagerprofis.de

, guests will include the shanty rock band Santiano, the Spanish-language salsa band Marquess, the rock band Fury in the Slaughterhouse, the electropop duo Glasperlenspiel, the Belgian band Vaya Con Dios and the Dutch music project Loona.

It is unclear whether “Kiwi's Big Party Night” will be continued after the end of the first season.

Andrea Kiewel's star guests are supposed to turn around the ratings in the final.

© IMAGO/Frederic Kern

Also singer Christina Sturmer (41), musician Roberto Blanco (86), singer and producer Thomas Anders (60), singer Johnny Logan (69), pop star Anna-Maria Zimmermann (35), pop star Lou Bega (48) , singer DJ Ötzi (53), composer and music producer Alex Christensen (56), singer-songwriter Mike Singer (24), musician Peter Plate (56) and pop singer Olaf Henning (55) will do the honors with Andrea Kiewel.

My news

  • Rosenheim cops are thrown out of the ZDF program – bad news among fans: “big disappointment” read

  • Kerstin Ott confronts Roland Kaiser because of his suggestive song lyrics

  • The rumor mill surrounding Florian Silbereisen is bubbling: Will you be there for the “Schlagerjubilee 2024”? read

  • “Never existed before”: Florian Silbereisen will be surprised in his own anniversary show

  • Stockl and Mohr gone, plus a new commissioner after Beck!

    Rosenheim Cops fans read in horror

  • Stefan Frank, Martin Gruber, Wolf Sander: The most iconic series doctors of all time read

The last episode of “Kiwi's Big Party Night” will air on Friday, March 1st at 8:15 p.m. on Sat.1 and will take up around 3.5 hours of broadcast time.

The “ZDF TV Garden” will also start again in May – advance sales will start soon.

Sources used:

dwdl.de, tvspielfilm.de, schlagerprofis.de

Source: merkur

All news articles on 2024-03-02

You may like

Trends 24h

News/Politics 2024-04-12T13:41:45.890Z
News/Politics 2024-04-12T04:41:05.472Z

Latest

© Communities 2019 - Privacy

The information on this site is from external sources that are not under our control.
The inclusion of any links does not necessarily imply a recommendation or endorse the views expressed within them.