In 1995, the format started with slippery topics in the late evening program – initially with 80s pop star Amanda Lear as moderator. Now the magazine is supposed to celebrate its 25th anniversaryreturn.
The erotic magazine “Peep” returns to television – if only for one evening. The occasion is the first broadcast of the show 25 years ago: “Of course we will do something chic for the anniversary,” said a spokesman for RTLzwei on Sunday in Munich. He did not give a date, but it should still be this summer. The “Bild am Sonntag” had previously reported about it.
The broadcaster did not disclose further details about the guests of the planned anniversary show. The “Bild am Sonntag” had brought the influencer Bonnie Strange into conversation. The RTLzwei spokesman did not want to confirm that. He also left open whether “Peep” could return regularly after the anniversary broadcast.
“Peep” started in May 1995. Two celebrities provided information about their love life for each issue, and various erotic clips were also shown. The TV magazine was first moderated by pop singer Amanda Lear. Verona Pooth, then Feldbusch, came in June 1996. However, she retired in 1999 because she found the program to be too pornographic. She was followed by Nadja Abdel Farrag, also known as “Naddel”, who, just like Feldbusch, had a relationship with pop producer Dieter Bohlen.
Again and again “Peep” caused a sensation. The former Chancellor Gerhard Schröder (SPD) even threatened legal consequences in autumn 1999. He had been portrayed on the show as a lascivious rubber doll that discussed his sexual preferences and suggested intercourse with another doll. The broadcaster later apologized. When the quotas finally weakened, RTLzwei announced the end of the program in the summer of 2000.
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