First the ZDF, then Sat.1, now also Vox: Helene Fischer is slowly becoming an indispensable part of television. The pop singer can be seen in a documentary.
Schlager fans can look forward to private insights into the life of Helene Fischer again in December. The musician gets her own documentation at Vox. In “Helene Fischer. 15 years in the intoxication of success”, the singer and more than 30 of her companions look back on the 15-year career of the “breathless” interpreter – including “tears in the recording studio”, according to a press release by the broadcaster.
Numerous celebrities also have their say, including Barbara Schöneberger, Bülent Ceylan and Mark Forster. They report on their very personal encounters with Helene Fischer. In addition, Janin Ullmann conducts an intimate interview with the pop singer. Helene Fischer had already spoken to the former Viva presenter about a YouTube format.
The documentary, which was produced by Bildergarten Entertainment, will flicker across the screens later this year. “Helene Fischer. 15 years of intoxication with success” can be seen on December 11th at 8:15 pm.
Vox is the third broadcaster to show a film about the pop singer’s life. ZDF started with the documentary “Helene Fischer – In the intoxication of the senses” in mid-October. 2.81 million people tuned into the Second at that time.
Last Friday (November 12th) the singer was presenter Steven Gätjen in the Sat.1 documentary “Helene Fischer – An evening in a frenzy” question and answer. In the show, which was produced by Stefan Raab, the 37-year-old was unusually private. However, that interested “only” 1.99 million viewers.
Helene Fischer had disappeared from the scene for more than two years. She took a break and worked on her new album. That is also the reason why it is now so present again. In both programs, the focus was on the new songs.