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Amazon’s First German-Language TV Series to Launch Globally

10 February 2017 3:53 AM, PST | Variety - TV News | See recent Variety - TV News news »

Amazon’s first original German-language TV series, “You Are Wanted,” starring Matthias Schweighöfer, will launch March 17 in more than 200 countries and territories worldwide.

The six-episode series, which Schweighöfer produced through his Pantaleon Entertainment shingle, will stream in more than 200 countries and territories worldwide via the Amazon Prime Video service, which will offer dubbing in English, French, Italian, and Spanish as well as additional subtitles in Portuguese, Hindi and Japanese.

In “You Are Wanted,” Schweighoefer plays a hotel manager whose life is turned upside down following a mysterious hacking attack, putting him and his family in grave danger. Alexandra Maria Lara (“Rush”), Karoline Herfurth (“Fack ju Göhte”), and Tom Beck (“Einstein”) also star.

“When we created ‘You Are Wanted,’ we aimed at making a German series that would appeal to both a German and international audience,” Schweighöfer said. “Together with Amazon, we are making that happen for the first time in German TV history.”

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