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In East Frisian small harbor, contrary constables Jens Jensen, a tolerant pragmatic local, and Süher Özlügül, ambitious, usually by-the-book daughter of a Turkish immigrant fisherman, ... See full summary »

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Dominic Müller
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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Florian Lukas ... Jens Jenssen
Sophie Dal ... Süher Özlügül
Theresa Underberg ... Insa Scherzinger
Matthias Matschke ... Wolfgang Habedank
Tayfun Bademsoy ... Günesh Özlügül
Felix Vörtler Felix Vörtler ... Kommissar Jan Brockhorst
Thomas Kügel Thomas Kügel ... Hinnerk Goosen
André Szymanski André Szymanski ... Edzard Winter
Oliver Bröcker Oliver Bröcker ... Mattes Berger
Yorck Dippe Yorck Dippe ... Olaf
Manuela Alphons Manuela Alphons ... Mutter Jensen
Petra Berndt ... Rita Marten
Jürgen Rißmann Jürgen Rißmann ... Tjalv Riefenberg
Friederike Frerichs Friederike Frerichs ... Frau Riefenberg
Michael Weber Michael Weber ... Kaninchenzüchter
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In East Frisian small harbor, contrary constables Jens Jensen, a tolerant pragmatic local, and Süher Özlügül, ambitious, usually by-the-book daughter of a Turkish immigrant fisherman, quarrel how to handle petty crime and keep order. Their chief Hinnerk Goosen doesn't hesitate to cover Jens who accidentally shot a rabbit in a public row over venue access. Süher breaks the rules to cover for her father who illegally taught kid rascals an excessive lesson. The staged suicide of housewife Elfie Berger requires the pair teaming up, assisted by pharmacist Insa Scherzinger who eagerly volunteers her informal forensic expertise, as Hinnerk is suspected of covering for organized drug trade, prostitution and blackmail, a minefield of motives and sore toes, scares with information for the formally competent nearest commissioner, Jan Brockhorst, who has little desire to dwell in the rustic 'shithole' which literally ruins his boots. Written by KGF Vissers

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The port shown in the series is not located in Leer, but in Ditzum. The port of Leer is much bigger and even has one industrial area, one commercial area and one leisure area while Ditzum only is a fishing port. See more »

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Referenced in Wilsberg: Morderney (2018) See more »

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Official site [Germany]

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Germany

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German

Release Date:

3 May 2014 (Germany) See more »

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