BERLIN (dpa-AFX) - The Darts World Championship has grabbed many TV viewers on Wednesday evening. Sport1 attracted an average of 1.91 million (8.9 percent) with the final between 8.45 pm and 11.55 pm. According to a station spokeswoman, a peak of 2.86 million viewers watched the broadcast. In the target group between the ages of 14 and 49, which is important for advertising marketing, the audience share was excellent at 19.3 percent (940,000 viewers). In the end, 28-year-old Luke Humphries defeated his 16-year-old rival Luke Littler.

ZDF's "Schwarzwaldkrimi" was the highest-rated primetime program in the overall audience, performing very well with its second part. 4.51 million (16.8 percent) wanted to see the continuation of the "Schneekind" case with Jessica Schwarz and Max von Thun from 8.15 pm. Günther Jauch enticed viewers with the quiz "Who wants to be a millionaire? Die 3-Millionen-Euro-Woche" quiz attracted 3.82 million (17.4 percent) to RTL.

The series special "Hubert ohne Staller - Dem Himmel ganz nah" (Hubert without Staller - Close to Heaven) was shown on the first channel. The feature-length spin-off of the early evening crime series with Christian Tramitz attracted 3.70 million viewers (13.8 percent). ProSieben showed the comic adaptation "Justice League", with 1.05 million (4.1 percent) watching on screen.

Vox aired the crime series "CSI: Vegas", with 770,000 people (2.9 percent) spending the evening with it. The Sat.1 cooking show "Kühlschrank offenne dich! - Das Duell der Kochprofis" was watched by 720,000 fans (2.8 percent) and the RTLzwei docusoap "Joey Kelly und Familie - Roadtrip Panamericana" by 700,000 people (2.7 percent).

Kabel eins offered the US comedy "Mrs. Doubtfire - Das stachelige Kindermädchen", which attracted 660,000 viewers (2.7 percent) for the evening. ZDFneo showed the crime comedy "Fantômas" - 490,000 viewers (1.8 percent) tuned in./bok/DP/nas