Online voting: The tenth desired crime scene today comes from Hamburg

No crime scene until September, the crime series is in the summer break: For Tatort fans it should still be exciting weeks in the anniversary year.

No new crime scene until September: fans of the crime series are facing a long summer break. With the (much praised) Munich crime scene “Let the moon stand in the sky”, the crime scene said goodbye to the summer break on June 7th. Repetitions are now announced on eleven Sundays in a row – i.e. up to and including August 30th. The first new episode of the 2020/21 season will run on September 6th with the Viennese crime scene “Pumps”.

No new crime scene: the first shows repetitions from 25 years

What sounds pretty boring to Tatort fans at first, could in the end even be quite entertaining: In the year of the 50th anniversary, viewers will have a say in which Tatort episodes will be shown during the summer break. The First has started an online voting for this purpose. You can choose from 50 of the most successful crime scene crime novels of the last 25 years. Voting will start on June 14th. The result of the election will be announced on the Friday before the broadcast.

Franz Leitmayr (Udo Wachtveitl), Ivo Batic (Miroslav Nemec) and Carlo Menzinger (Michael Fitz). In the first crime series voting, the Munich crime scene “When women eat oysters” prevails.

Bild: Erika Hauri, BR / Bavaria Film GmbH (Archiv)

“Mord auf Langeoog”: The tenth desired crime scene today comes from Hamburg

The tenth round of voting for the broadcast on Sunday (23.08.2020) was made by the Tatort team Hamburg Decide for yourself: The episode “Mord auf Langeoog” from 2013 was voted the winner by the audience.

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Kurt Stich (Thorsten Merten), Johann Ganser (Matthias Matschke), Lessing (Christian Ulmen), Kira Dorn (Nora Tschirner) in the crime scene “Der loyal Roy” from 2016.

Image: Anke Neugebauer, MDR

So far, the teams from Weimar and Dortmund level with the investigators Münster, both of which were used in two crime scene cases. In addition, one episode ran out Munich, Kiel and Hamburg (with Til Schweiger). These episodes have been shown so far (preview and review linked):

  • June 21, 2020: “When women eat oysters” (Batic and Leitmayr, 2003)
  • 06/28/2020: “Catch shot” (Thiel and Boerne, 2017)
  • 07/05/2020: “Swan Lake” (Thiel and Boerne, 2015)
  • 07/12/2020: “Rabies” (Faber, Bönisch and Dalay, 2018)
  • 07/19/2020: “The cold frit” (Dorn and Lessing, 2018)
  • 07/26/2020: “Der loyal Roy” (Dorn and Lessing, 2016)
  • 02.08.2020: “Welcome to Hamburg” (Tschiller and Gümer, 2013)
  • 08/09/2020: “Collapse” (Faber, Bönisch, Dalay and Kossik, 2015)
  • 08/16/2020: “Borowski and the Sea” (Borowski and Brandt, 2014)
  • August 23, 2020: “Mord auf Langeoog” (Falke and Lorenz, 2013)

The Münster crime scene “Swan Lake” is about a corpse that is found in a therapy center at the bottom of a swimming pool.

Image: Rolf Vennenbernd, dpa

Online voting in the First: These Tatort episodes are available to vote

A total of 30 popular investigative teams from 25 years of age are available to choose from. Also available among many others: The debut of Maria Furtwängler as Charlotte Lindholm in the episode “Lastrumer Mixture” (2002) or “The beautiful Mona is dead” with Eva Mattes as Konstanz chief detective Klara Blum from 2013. These episodes are available:

  • Berlin: “Meta” (ruby and Karow, 2018), “Das Muli” (Rubin and Karow, 2015), Bridge of Death (Ritter and Stark, 2005)
  • Bremen: “In the blind spot” (Lürsen and Stedefreund, 2018), “Die Wiederkehr” (Lürsen and Stedefreund, 2015)
  • Dortmund:

    “Rabies” (Faber, Bönisch and Dalay, 2018)
    ,

    “Collapse” (Faber, Bönisch, Dalay and Kossik, 2015)
  • Dresden: “Das Nest” (Winkler, Gorniak und Schnabel, 2019), “Déjà-vu” (Sieland, Gorniak und Schnabel, 2018)
  • Franconia: “Heaven is a place on earth” (Voss and Ringelhahn, 2019), “A day like everyone else”, Voss and Ringelhahn, 2015)
  • Frankfurt: “Colder than death” (Janneke and Brix, 2015), “Behind the mirror” (Janneke and Brix, 2015), “The dead man on the night train” (Steier and Mey, 2011), “Where is Max Gravert? “(Singer and Dellwo, 2005),” Heart failure “(Singer and Dellwo, 2004)
  • Hamburg:


    Murder on
    Langeoog“(Falke and Lorenz, 2013)
    , “Fire devil” (Falke and Lorenz, 2013),

    “Welcome to
    Hamburg“(Tschiller and Gümer, 2013)
    , “Undercover” (Casstorff and Holicek, 2002), “Greed” (Stoever and Brockmöller, 1999)
  • Hannover: “Lastrumer Mixture” (Lindholm, 2002), “Spoilers” (Lindholm, 2015)
  • Kiel: “Borowski and the sky over Kiel” (Borowski and Brandt, 2015),

    “Borowski and the Sea” (Borowski and Brandt, 2014)
  • Cologne: “Neighbors” (Ballauf and Schenk, 2017), “The Reinhardt Case” (Ballauf and Schenk, 2014) Constance: “Rebecca” (Blum and Perlmann, 2016), “The beautiful Mona is dead” (Blum and Perlmann, 2013)
  • Leipzig: “Breakfast forever” (Saalfeld and Keppler, 2014)
  • Ludwigshafen: “Blackout” (Odenthal and Kopper, 2014), “In cold blood” (Odenthal and Kopper, 2013)
  • Luzern: “Little Princes” (Flückinger and Ritschard, 2016), “You will be judged” (Flückinger and Ritschard, 2015)
  • Munich: “The son of the desert” (Batic and Leitmayr, 2014),

    “When women eat oysters” (Batic and Leitmayr, 2003)
  • Münster:

    “Fang Shot” (Thiel and Boerne, 2017)
    ,

    “Swan Lake” (Thiel and Boerne, 2015)
  • Saarbrücken: “Carried off” (Kappl and Deininger, 2012), “Helpless” (Kappl and Deininger, 2010)
  • Schwarzwald: “Goldbach“(Berg and Tobler, 2017)
  • Stuttgart: “A question of conscience” (Lannert and Bootz, 2014), “Zeit auf Zeit” (Lannert and Bootz, 2013), “Bienzle and the blind anger” (Bienzle, 1999)
  • Weimar:

    “The cold frit” (Dorn and Lessing, 2018)
    ,

    “Der loyal Roy” (Dorn and Lessing, 2016)
  • Wien: “Die Faust” (Eisner and Fellner, 2018), “Counted” (Eisner and Fellner, 2013)
  • Wiesbaden: “Born in pain” (Murot, 2014), “Free from giddiness” (Murot, 2013)
The crime scene attracts millions in front of the TV Sunday after Sunday.  But who actually determines where?  These commissioners or teams are currently on TV.

Crime scene inspectors: who is investigating where?

Bild: Sandra Hoever, NDR

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