11 of 15: Thus was the dominant ZDF on Thursday

With a daily market share of 17.3 percent of the total audience, ZDF dominated on Thursday as desired. Das Erste, as the second strongest broadcaster, was miles behind with 9.6 percent and RTL, the strongest private broadcaster, came in with 7.1 percent. . Last night’s series has long been in the summer rerun cycle and at 20:15 they rehearsed just one old episode of “Die Bergretter”.


A look at the daily charts shows that the success of ZDF is not based on a few beacons, but comes mainly from the great power across the table: eleven of the 15 most watched programs of the day were on ZDF. “Heute-journal” ranks exactly at the top with 4.22 million viewers – more than “Tagesschau” at 20:00 in the first (although their total extent is still clear due to parallel broadcasts in the third), in 8. 15:15 “Die Bergretter” with an average reach of 3.98 million people and 18.7 percent of the market was ahead of Passau crime thriller “Freund oder Gemeine”, which reached 3.55 million people in the first.

But the evening series “SOKO Stuttgart” (2.7 million viewers, 20.7 percent market share) and “Notruf Hafen Kante” (2.45 million, 13.1 percent) were still ahead of all primitive series in terms of total coverage. Private broadcasts such as “Rosenheim Cops” (2.4 million, 25.9 percent) or “Bares for Rares” (2.09 million, 23.9 percent) in the afternoon.


There was a new program later in the evening on the talk line, which once again went very well: Maybury Illner’s speech on the level of alarm on gas supply issues was attended by an average of 2.74 million people, corresponding to a market of 16.8 percent. part of the total audience. A market share of 8.0 percent was reached between the ages of 14 to 49 years. Markus Lanz then spoke with 1.88 million interested. Market share grew here to 19.2 per cent among the total audience and 9.6 per cent among the ages 14 to 49.

Source for all data in this article: AGF Videoforschung in cooperation with GfK; videoSCOPE 1.4, market standard: TV

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