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 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", "Bella Germania" and "Brecht" as well as international co-productions such as "Das Boot" and "Freud".

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.

Ratings triumph for “Wrinkle-Free”

Thu, 18. Nov 2021
Munich - Last night, 6.06 million viewers watched “Wrinkle-Free” on Das Erste, reaching a market share of 20.3%. Starring Adele Neuhauser in the lead, the comedy movie was also a smash hit with Austrian viewers on ORF.

Sparks are flying at "Storm of Love"

Tue, 16. Nov 2021
Munich - Quick-witted, smart and funny: From episode 3753 onwards, Tanja Lanäus can be seen as Yvonne Klee in the Bavaria Fiction production. She shows up at the 5-star-hotel "Fürstenhof" to solve her financial problems, but then she falls in love.

Principal photography for the 90th “Scene of the Crime: Munich” movie

Mon, 15. Nov 2021
Munich - On November 3rd filming started for a very special “Scene of the Crime: Munich” movie. In their 90th case our investigators, Batic and Leitmayr, are invited to a so-called ‘crime dinner’ at their colleague Kalli’s house: One victim, six guests and anyone or everyone who could have committed the murder. The plot jumps from the dining table in Munich directly into a 1920s historical setting.