TV-Production company Bavaria Fiction

16,000 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 16,000 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) or movies like „Der Kaiser“ (Sky) and „The Privilege“ (Netflix)  as well as international co-productions such as „Das Boot“ (Sky) and „Freud“ (ORF, Netflix). The Documentaries division specialises in non-fictional productions for the national and international market.

Bavaria Fiction is one of the most successful production companies in Europe and is a subsidiary of Bavaria Film Group and ZDF Studios. The company is headed by managing directors Marcus Ammon and Jan S. Kaiser and has its headquarters in Munich-Geiselgasteig as well as other locations in Cologne, Stuttgart and Berlin.

Shooting starts for new „Scene of the crime Cologne: Pyramide“

Wed, 17. Aug 2022
Cologne - In the current case "Pyramide", the commissioners Max Ballauf and Freddy Schenk have to solve the murder of a specialist lawyer for consumer protection. The script was written by Arne Nolting and Jan Martin Scharf. Charlotte Rolfes is the director.

"Storm of Love": Timo Ben Schöfer joins the cast mid-September

Tue, 2. Aug 2022
Munich - Charming, focused and ruthless: Timo Ben Schöfer will join the cast of the successful telenovela, portraying Markus Schwarzbach. Timo Ben Schöfer s known for his roles in "Tatort" and "Alarm für Cobra 11", among others.

Cameras are rolling for the next Inga Lindström movie

Wed, 27. Jul 2022
Sweden - Filming for a new Inga Lindström movie is underway in Nyköping. Karlotta, played by Birthe Wolte, who, in her search for the great love, realises that happiness is often much closer than it first appears.