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", "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 Jan S. Kaiser and Manfred Haus-Pflüger, alongside Chief Creative Officer Oliver Vogel, and has its headquarters in Munich-Geiselgasteig as well as other locations in Cologne, Stuttgart and Berlin.

„Die Drei von der Müllabfuhr“: Zwei Filme mit Uwe Ochsenknecht im Dreh

Fri, 16. Oct 2020
Berlin - Die Dreharbeiten für zwei neue Filme der erfolgreichen Bavaria Fiction-Reihe „Die Drei von der Müllabfuhr“ haben begonnen: Mit seinen Kollegen Ralle (Jörn Hentschel) und Tarik (Aram Arami) muss Werner einer jungen Obdachlosen aus der Patsche helfen.

„Finally Widower“: Pia Strietmann wins Bavarian TV Award

Wed, 14. Oct 2020
Munich - Director Pia Strietmann has received the Bavarian TV Award for her work on the Bavaria Fiction production “Finally Widower”. Joachim Król was also nominated as “Best Actor”.

“Soko Stuttgart“ season launch

Wed, 14. Oct 2020
Stuttgart - Season 12 of weekly crime series “Soko Stuttgart” will go on air this Thursday at 6 pm. The first episode introduces new detective Nele Becker, played by Nina Siewert, starting her duties.