Desperately looking for an apartment: the new RTL show causes a lack of understanding

“Apartment desperately wanted”: New RTL show causes a lack of understanding – “Really cute”

05/17/2022 at 9:35 p.m

RTL: That’s how it all started at the broadcaster

RTL: That’s how it all started at the broadcaster

The private TV station RTL went on the air on January 2, 1984 in Germany. At that time the station was called RTL plus. The abbreviation “RTL” is derived from the name “Radio Television Luxembourg”. The TV station was created as an offshoot of the German-language radio program “Radio Luxemburg”.

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On Tuesday evening (May 17) holt RTL With “desperately looking for an apartment“ an old acquaintance back on TV. Tenancy law expert Jan Kralitschka was still looking for his great love on TV in 2013, now he is looking for apartments for tenants who have so far been unsuccessful.

During RTL With “desperately looking for an apartment“Trying out a new format is already being hotly debated on Twitter. An action is anything but well received by the users.

“Desperately looking for an apartment”: RTL lets ex-“Bachelor” help others

The ex-“Bachelor” wants to “discuss their income and exceptions as realistically as possible with the RTL candidate Annika Kluge using the banknotes they have brought with them.”

Lined up in front of her are four stacks of money from which she should now choose. First of all, it is about the income that she has available every month. Annika can now sort banknotes very clearly and see how much money she is entitled to and how much she spends a month.

“Desperately looking for an apartment”: THIS action by Jan Kralitschka makes people laugh

The situation may have helped Annika, but for many viewers it seems bizarre, as the comments on Twitter show:

  • “That thing with the banknotes is silly”
  • “What was it like at the bank? Hello, please give me enough cash so that I have enough of each bill to form piles on a kitchen table for an RTL format?”
  • “What does he do with real money? Doesn’t he have sample certificates? play money? Flipchart?”

The comparison to the Monopoly man also comes to mind for some. At least Annika knows how much money she has for a new apartment.

“Desperately looking for an apartment”: THAT is what the RTL fans think about Jan Kralitschka and his new show

But it’s not just the banknote campaign that’s a topic of conversation, but also Jan Kralitschka. After all, the tenancy law expert was only known as a “bachelor” for many years.

  • “I don’t know yet if I can take the lawyer seriously”
  • “Looked enough apartment. When is Night of the Roses?”
  • “What is that? Is that funny?”
  • “I’m out, that’s not trashy enough for me despite my bachelor’s degree”
  • “No, I’m too bored”

It remains to be seen whether RTL will continue to broadcast the show after the pilot episode. The whole episode is also available on RTL+.


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