This critically acclaimed drama focuses on the Drombuschs, an average German family living in Darmstadt near Frankfurt. Siegfried, the father, runs an antique shop, while his wife Vera ...
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Werner, a successful single without family, meets Angelika (Angie), a divorced mother with three children, of whom especially the eldest daughter, teenager Tanja, is very difficult. Very ... See full summary »
Thekla Carola Wied,
The series is based on the novel by German author James Krüss. It tells the story of Timm, the boy who traded in his infectious laugh for the ability to win any bet. The man who did the ... See full summary »
Annemarie Braun, a doughter of a doctor and her life from five to ten years. She lives in West Berlin, Germany with her parents and two brothers in 1910 to 1914. The series is an adoption from a novel by Else Ury.
Franz Muenchinger, called "Monaco", is married to Annette von Soettingen. But he can't take his eyes of young girls and as a police officer he often goes out for "Fahndung". Always at his ... See full summary »
This critically acclaimed drama focuses on the Drombuschs, an average German family living in Darmstadt near Frankfurt. Siegfried, the father, runs an antique shop, while his wife Vera looks after their home and the three children Chris, Marion and Thommy. Chris is a duteous police officer who marries the complicated Tina, daughter of a wealthy family, but his sister couldn't really handle her life after she gives birth to little Daniel and becomes a single mom. Then, Siegfried's mother moves in and annoys the whole family. After a while, Vera and Siegfried buy and begin to renovate an old mill, but the financial problems and the stress is too much for Siegfried who dies after a heart attack. In this difficult time, Vera is supported by uncle Ludwig, a relative who suddenly turns up. In secret, he falls in love with her, but she starts a disappointing relationship with journalist Martin Sanders whose wife Brigitte tries to destroy their love. The following years, the family has to ...Written by