On Thursday night, “Team Wallraff” once again addressed the abuse in German nursing homes. The investigative report gave RTL a good market share of 13.4 per cent among 14- to 49-year-olds on Thursday evening and was by far the most watched Primeitme show in this age group. However, it should also be noted that “Team Wallraff” has never had such a low overall reach: A total of just 1.62 million tuned people, corresponding to a market share of 7.7 percent of the total audience. The nursing home episode by February had already reached a small overall reach with 1.77 million viewers.
However, RTL will be pleased with the good market shares among the new audience, especially as the rest of the evening went quite well: “RTL direct” had a market share of 12.3 percent between the ages of 14 and 49 from 10:15 p.m., and then Anna Sorokin’s True Story Documentary – which many probably know from the Netflix series “Inventing Anna” – still reached a market share of 11.5 percent in the young age group. However, the total achievement of 0.56 million was also very manageable here.
At 20:15, Sat.1 did not go beyond a moderate market share of 6.5 percent between 14 and 49 years old with another “Sat.1 Special” this time on the holiday theme, but it was still very ahead of ProSieben, where the movie “Lady Business” with only 5.6 percent of the market in the classic target group completely lost. “Red”. was still ahead of “Acts” with a market share of 6.1 percent for ages 14 to 49 years, which in Sat.1 had only a market share of 5.1 percent.
A new episode of “Rosin’s Restaurants” was just mediocre for Kabel Eins. K1 Magazine had a market share of 5.1 percent. In prime time, Kabel Eins finished behind RTLzwei, where “Hartes Deutschland” reached 5.3 percent in the target group. The strongest follower of RTL in my prime was Vox, where the movie “Passengers” resulted quite well with a market share of 7.7 percent.
Source for all data in this article: AGF Videoforschung in cooperation with GfK; videoSCOPE 1.4, market standard: TV