Series

Falk

Falk is the John McEnroe of lawyers… With his eccentric appearance and his unusual, somewhat "creative" and hair-raising way of working, he does not exactly fit in the dignified rooms of the renowned Düsseldorf firm "Offergeld & Partner". But it’s there that he lands after his sabbatical as a restaurateur – much to the horror of his very proper boss Sophie – working as a specialist in the more unusual cases...

Schnitzel 2.0

Schnitzel XXL - Seit der beachtlich impulsive Ex-Tierpfleger Günther und der stets um feine Umgangsformen bemühte Ex-Herrenausstatter Wolfgang ihre geliebten Jobs verloren haben, teilen die beiden Freunde eine Sehnsucht: Sie wollen endlich wieder ins Arbeitsleben zurückkehren, Geld verdienen und sich als vollwertige Mitglieder der Gesellschaft fühlen.

The Rosenheim Cops

With 27 new episodes now available, Rosenheim cops Korbinian Hofer, Sven Hansen and Anton Stadler are tracking more criminals in Rosenheim in 2017. With support from Commissioner Christian Bach, who steps in for Sven Hansen for a couple of weeks as he’s off sailing. For Christian Bach this is no easy job, because he and pathologist Sandra Mai are really not on the same wavelength.

Dr. Klein

Dr. Valerie Klein is a successful doctor and, at the height of 1.32 meters, she‘s the only one who meets her patients at eye level in the Stuttgart children's hospital. The doctor’s personal life is all about new beginnings: freshly divorced from her husband, with her daughter studying in Amsterdam and a new man on the horizon. She manages her life in an unconventional way, but always with humour.

Soko Stuttgart

In Stuttgart, no murder remains unsolved. This is ensured by the team led by Detective Chief Superintendent Martina Seiffert (Astrid M. Fünderich). She is joined by Forensic Chief Inspector Joachim Stoll (Peter Ketnath) and Detectives Selma Kirsch (Yve Burbach) and Rico Sander (Benjamin Strecker). Above them all is Forensic Director Michael Kaiser (Karl Kranzkowski).

Grumpy Old Cops (Rentnercops)

Retired cops Edwin Bremer and Gunter Hoffmann are drafted back into active service when the police find it increasingly difficult to recruit effective young officers. With their outdated methods, the duo drive their department director Vicky Adam crazy. However, with the attitude and work ethic of days gone by, and the support of young detective Hui Ko and coroner Dr. Rosalind Schmidt, they‘re still able to solve even the most difficult of cases.

Das Boot

The story of the new event series "Das Boot" begins in the fall of 1942, at a time when, in the midst of World War II, submarine warfare was becoming ever more brutal. The plot follows a young submarine Crew on a dangerous surveillance mission, as the Résistance begins to gain influence at the French port of La Rochelle.

Germanized

A Basque coastal village is broke and its mayor is convinced that the relocation of a German company and it’s employees can save it from bankruptcy. Multiple German families invade the 1800 French village, two hundred new-comers! The history between France and Germany is cluttered with misunderstandings – but will this tiny town be able to look past their differences to make this co-habitation work?

Arctic Circle

When a weaponized sexual virus threatens a remote arctic town, Inspector Nina Kautsalo and virologist Thomas Lorenz must hunt down the sadistic killer spreading the virus and uncover the conspiracy behind its cure. 

Godless - Why People Kill (Gottlos - Warum Menschen töten)

Godless - Why People Kill is no ordinary crime series, for it reveals what is not present in traditional crime drama: the emergence, development and ultimately escalation of a conflict, where it is not always clear who is the victim and who is the criminal. The three films - Sex, Drugs & Rock 'n‘ Roll, Extinction and The Policeman - are fictional tales inspired by real crimes, and demonstrate that every crime, however terrible it may seem, is rooted in profound human feelings.

The Garmisch Cops (Die Garmisch-Cops)

At the foot of the Wetterstein mountains a murder has been committed... It’s an unfortunate and unusual turn of events, but fortunately the Garmisch Cops are on hand. With their unerring determination and flair for uncovering the truth, Anton and his younger colleague Bähr begin their investigation, under the supervision of state attorney – and Anton’s ex – Claudia Wölk. All the while, Chief Prosecutor Dr. Wetzel keeps a watchful eye on their search as well as on Claudia...

The Family Detective (Die Familiendetektivin)

The Family Detective is a modern family series blended with a compelling detective drama. The tone is humorous and dramatic, fast and fresh, human and emotional, featuring a closed, standalone case in each episode, all told through the prism of Julie’s family environment.

IC 1 - Tourists in Danger (IK 1 - Touristen in Gefahr)

"IC is the abbreviation for "International Coordination" – a real division of the Federal Criminal Police Department, which intervenes when Germans are involved in crimes abroad. Florian Blessing (Tobias Oertel) is a daredevil who likes to work alone and does not take too kindly to rules and regulations. He is therefore not very enthusiastic when Nadja Hansen, a psychologist and specialist in operational case analysis, arrives as his partner.

Wild Waves (Wilde Wellen)

On their way back to the station, Marie and her colleague spot a car racing at high speed through the city and running red traffic lights. The two officers immediately set off in pursuit. They manage to force the driver to stop, but, without warning, the young man pulls out a gun and shoots Marie's colleague. Marie returns fire in self-defence. With the driver of the car mortally wounded, Marie falls to the ground and loses consciousness. The young archaeologist Paul, who has witnessed everything while at a celebration in a nearby café, immediately gives Marie first aid. Both have no idea that this encounter will change their lives.

Taco and Kaninchen (Taco und Kaninchen)

Two one-hour specials - The Enemy's Capture and No More School – based on exciting adventures from bestselling author Amelie Fried and her husband Peter Probst, who adapted their co-written books for television.
Siblings "Taco", nine years old, and his eleven-year-old sister "Rabbit" are as different as day and night. But when it comes to investigations they are a really strong team: as child detectives, they crack the trickiest criminal cases, using their heads, imagination and ever present humour! For this duo exciting adventures are a way of life...

Bringing Up My Parents (Wie erziehe ich meine Eltern)

Following the second marriage of his father, Dr. Christoph Hasenkötter (Felix Eitner) has a half-brother named Dr. Carlo Mittenzwey (Heinrich Schafmeister). But they only get to know each other at the notary, when it turns out that they have jointly inherited the old villa of their deceased parents. There is one condition to their inheritance: both single parent fathers must live with their children in the house - otherwise the ownership will pass to a foundation