Thomas Gottschalk enthusiastic on TV: Bet that it will continue?

It started as always – and yet it was different: Thomas Gottschalk (71) went happily down the show stairs, wore something shiny and golden and greeted his “Wetten, dass.?” Audience with the classic words: “Good evening Germany, Austria and Switzerland! ” So banal. So goosebumps.

There was no stopping the Nuremberg exhibition hall, people jumped up, cheered, standing ovations for Germany’s most popular show master. “Oh, how nice it is,” the audience roared for minutes as if in a football stadium.

Big “Wetten, dass ..?” Success: What’s next for the show?



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“Wetten, dass ..?”: The last TV campfire

After a ten-year break, the last TV campfire was finally back. Many people in front of the screen must have been touched – like Gottschalk himself, whose eyes began to shine brightly. Even he hadn’t expected so much love. “There is a certain degree of cheerfulness about this program,” he explained to everyone who should have forgotten in the meantime.

Gottschalk remained Gottschalk, that much became clear very quickly. And for the next three and a half hours he showed the best, most relaxed and quickest version of himself. Would you like some examples? “After a certain age you shouldn’t care about a lot. I have to tell you: I’ve reached that age.” He also thought loudly about gendering – “of course” he does: “Bet that, bet that, bet that.” On the subject of 3G, he quipped: “I even took a shower, 4G.”

“Wetten, dass ..?”: What Helene Fischer’s TV cameras did not show



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"Bet that..?" (from left): Helene Fischer, Thomas Gottschalk and Michelle Hunziker.

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Even if he took the zeitgeist under the microscope, he chatted and teased himself self-deprecatingly through the evening as in good, old, pandemic-free times – with co-presenter Michelle Hunziker and guests like Helene Fischer (although they don’t talk about their pregnancy wanted, Gottschalk probed charmingly), Björn Ulvaeus and Benny Andersson (the two Bs from Abba), Udo Lindenberg, Joko Winterscheidt and Klaas Heufer-Umlauf (“I feel like I’m in a feverish dream”).

ZDF is thinking about the continuation of “Wetten, dass ..?” after

There were bets (king of the game: darts player Leon Krampe), dredging (of course!), Singing and laughing. After a fireworks display of the god-rascal mood, many should have thought while falling asleep blissfully: Bet that it will go on?

And lo and behold: The next morning, the mega quota of almost 14 million viewers on ZDF caused rapture. Program director Norbert Himmler announced: “A sequel was never actually planned. In view of the great response, we will certainly think about it again.” Gladly more of it!



Reference-www.abendzeitung-muenchen.de