Doctor André Collmann's wife is shot in an attack on his country house. The doctor himself was not present at the assassination attempt. Chief crime commissioner Judith Mohn and colleague ... See full summary »
Six teenagers experience tumultuous vacation at the Baltic Sea with a lot of sun and beach. At the holiday home they meet the sexologist Ellen. The teenagers experience their first love, the first sex and what possibly can go wrong.
A German language television series that has been running continuously since 1970, which makes it the longest-running German TV drama. Every episode features different detectives of a different city trying to solve a murder case.
Klaus J. Behrendt,
It's coming up to 20 years since our illustrious Trio set off to solve some of Berlin's more bizarre murder mysteries. The success of the shows longevity hinges around the humor of former ... See full summary »
Commissioner Heller is played by Lisa Wagner. See more »
Not very realistic, but entertaining
Winnie Heller is an unusual detective, she has psychological issues, probably some sort of autism, she sees things others don't, but she doesn't get along well with other humans, especially her colleagues and she keeps breaking the rules.
I doubt that someone like her could really make a career in the German police, that's why I think this series is not very realistic, but if you put that aside, this series is very entertaining, the cases are solved in a clever way and I'm really looking forward to the next installment.
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