Break ended: On April 14, "The Masked Singer" will once again broadcast live from MMC Studios!

Germany's biggest TV mystery continues. ProSieben will continue the hit show "The Masked Singer" as planned on Tuesday, April 14, 2020, live at 8:15 pm.

The last two weeks the show had to take a break. Three team members were sick with Corona.

Six more masks invite the audience and the guessing team to puzzle: Which stars are hiding under the dragon, the chameleon, the sloth, the rabbit, the robot and the fuzzy?

In the fourth live edition of "The Masked Singer" there are again new, exciting clues to the stars, which may clarify the following questions: Why does the chameleon love illusion and the sloth love danger? How does the dragon break every curse and the robot break people's hearts? And what makes the rabbit a treat expert and the fuzzy a racer?

Moderator Matthias Opdenhövel leads through the live show. Bulent Ceylanwho was on the studio stage as "The Angel" in the first season, supports Ruth Moschner and Rea Garvey in the rate team.

The Masked Singer" is produced by EndemolShine Germany, which commissioned MMC Studios to handle all technical aspects. TV production and the Set construction as well as be responsible for the lighting technology and the sound system.

"The Masked Singer" every Tuesday, 8:15 p.m. live on ProSieben and on Joyn.

Immediately afterwards, presenter Annemarie Carpendale will lead in "The Masked Singer - red. Special"which is also broadcast live from the MMC studios, the first interview with the unmasked star and reveals more info from the world of the mask show.

TV puzzle for ALL: ProSieben offers to all live shows of "The Masked Singer Audio description (picture description) via app and live subtitles (teletext page 149) for the blind, visually impaired and hearing impaired. Information and links are available on the website:

Missed an episode? No problem! sixx always shows the current "The Masked Singer" edition directly one day after it airs, Wednesdays, at 20:15.

Photo: Matthias Opdenhövel and the sloth. Credit: ProSieben/Willi Weber