“TV Total” is canceled! The reason for this is serious
Ever since Stefan Raabtotally“-Zepter, Sebastian Pufpaff moderates the comedy format every Wednesday.
Until now, because ProSieben has announced a program change that also “Total TV” regards. The format must pause on Wednesday evening (May 11).
“TV total” is canceled – ProSieben shows an important alternative program
Instead, the broadcaster shows football live on Wednesday evening at 8:15 p.m. instead of comedy. It is the friendly game between Borussia Mönchengladbach and the national team of Ukraine.
This is “TV total”:
- TV Total is a comedy show that first aired on ProSieben in 1999
- It was moderated by Stefan Raab until 2015. Since 2021 there has been a new edition with cabaret artist Sebastian Pufpaff as moderator
- The episodes are also available in the live stream and then in Joyn’s media library
The broadcaster announces: It is “more than a friendly match!” Because: “Borussia Mönchengladbach welcomes the Ukrainian national team to their first game since the beginning of the war.”
ProSieben pauses “TV total” and shows Borussia Mönchengladbach against Ukraine
The game has the motto: “The match in support of Ukraine” and already shows great emotions in the announcement.
It is a sign of solidarity that ProSieben is broadcasting and that promises goose bumps in advance.
“TV total” is canceled – whereabouts of Joko and Klaas unclear
In terms of airtime, however, it remains exciting. Because if Joko and Klaas win on “Joko and Klaas against ProSieben” the night before, they are entitled to 15 minutes of broadcasting time.
More about “TV total”:
Normally, the ones before “TV total” are played at 8.15 p.m. and the actual program starts with a delay. Viewers will probably only find out on the day of the event whether the broadcaster will also follow this procedure in terms of football games and whether it will have to be rescheduled again.
You can find out here which detail “TV total” presenter Sebastian Pufpaff picked up from an ARD show and thus caused laughter. (sj)