TV-Production company Bavaria Fiction

17,000 on-air minutes per year. Series, Movies and Events: Fiction as far as the eye can see.

"Storm of Love", "The Rosenheim Cops", "SOKO Stuttgart" and "Inga Lindström" - with approximately 17,000 produced on-air minutes every year, Bavaria Fiction programming reaches millions of viewers every week in Germany alone.

In addition to long-running daily and weekly series, movie collections such as Tatort and a wide range of TV movies, Bavaria Fiction is renowned for ambitious event television including multi-parters "Dark Woods" (ARD, NDR), "Bella Germania" (ZDF) and "Brecht" (WDR, BR, SWR, NDR, ARTE) as well as international co-productions such as "Das Boot" (Sky) and "Freud" (ORF, Netflix).

Bavaria Fiction is one of the most successful production companies in Europe. A subsidiary of Bavaria Film and ZDF Enterprises, the company is headed by managing directors Marcus AmmonJan S. Kaiser and Manfred Haus-Pflüger and has its headquarters in Munich-Geiselgasteig as well as other locations in Cologne, Stuttgart and Berlin.

"The Rosenheim Cops" celebrate double anniversary

Wed, 26. Jan 2022
Munich - This January, the weekly access prime series has been on air for 20 years and last night, the 500th episode was broadcast on ZDF. Since 2005, more than four million people tune in each week to watch the series on linear TV – and most recently, the fan base has grown even more.

"The Privilege” celebrates worldwide Netflix premiere

Wed, 12. Jan 2022
Berlin - Evil lurks where you least suspect it. Finn (Max Schimmelpfennig) must also painfully experience this in the new Netflix young-adult horror film "The Privilege". Available worldwide exclusively on Netflix from 9 February!

Michaela Weingartner joins "Storm of Love" as city girl Merle

Wed, 5. Jan 2022
Munich - Young, successful and overworked: From episode 3776 onwards, Michaela Weingartner can be seen in the role of Merle Finow, who is deeply impressed by Gerry's (Johannes Huth) cool-headed manner.