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Located in an average quarter of Munich, this weekly soap opera focuses on the lives of normal people. Beside the typical storylines like love, marriage and death, the show has treated a ... See full summary »
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Marie-Luise Marjan ...
Andrea Spatzek ...
Joachim Hermann Luger ...
Moritz A. Sachs ...
Annemarie Wendl ...
 Else Kling / ... 808 episodes, 1985-2015
Jo Bolling ...
Hermes Hodolides ...
 Vasily Sarikakis / ... 702 episodes, 1985-2017
Ludwig Haas ...
Knut Hinz ...
Sybille Waury ...
Rebecca Siemoneit-Barum ...
Georg Uecker ...
Irene Fischer ...
Bill Mockridge ...
Amorn Surangkanjanajai ...
Ute Mora ...
 Berta Griese / ... 521 episodes, 1985-2014
Sontje Peplow ...
Moritz Zielke ...
Julia Stark ...
Marianne Rogée ...
 Isolde Pavarotti / ... 438 episodes, 1986-2011
Margret van Munster ...
 Rosi Koch / ... 423 episodes, 1988-2007
Anna Nowak ...
 Urzula Winicki / ... 415 episodes, 1990-2015
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Located in an average quarter of Munich, this weekly soap opera focuses on the lives of normal people. Beside the typical storylines like love, marriage and death, the show has treated a lot of controversial issues during the years, for example homosexuality, drug abuse, domestic violence, rape, xenophobia, prostitution and AIDS. Written by fippi2000

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The show was broadcast in the same time-slot on Sunday, 6.40 pm between 1985 and 2005. From 2005 the show starts at 6.50 pm. Most episodes take place on the Thursday before airing, but are shot three months earlier. The producers sometimes use short-term shootings to include important events. For example, several references to the 9/11 terrorist attacks were made on episode 824 (broadcast on 16 September 2001). See more »

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Referenced in Lukas: Die Kündigung (1996) See more »

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