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Storyline

A metropolis in turmoil. From economy to culture, politics to the underworld - everything is in the grip of radical change. Speculation and inflation are already tearing away at the foundations of the still young Weimar Republic. Growing poverty and unemployment stand in stark contrast to the excesses and indulgence of the city's night life and its overflowing creative energy. Gereon Rath, a young police inspector from Cologne, is transferred to Berlin in order to solve a criminal case - a porno ring run by the Berlin Mafia. What at first glance appears to be simply a matter of extortion soon reveals itself to be a scandal that will forever change the lives of both Gereon and his closest associates. Together with stenotypist Charlotte Ritter and his partner Bruno Wolter, Rath is confronted with a tangled web of corruption, drug dealing, and weapons trafficking, forcing him into an existential conflict as he is torn between loyalty and uncovering the truth. And we are left wondering: in this story, who is friend and who is foe? With the political unrest spurred by May Day demonstrations and rising National Socialism, even an institution like the "Rote Burg," Berlin's police headquarters and the center of democracy and the constitutional state, is increasingly becoming the melting pot of a democracy whose days are numbered.

Country: Germany

Type: Scripted

Status: Returning Series

Language: German

Release Date: January 30, 2018

Also Known As: Babülon-Berliin, Вавилон в Берлин |  See more »

Parents Guide: Australia (MA15+), Brazil (18) |  See more »

Genres

Plot Keywords

period drama
costume drama
neo-noir

Company Credits

Production Co: X-Filme Creative Pool, ARD Degeto Film |  See more »

Cast

Roland Wolf
as Kellner Moka Efti
Christian Skibinski
as Prüfling
Viktor Bleischwitz
as Patient
Jacob Matschenz
as Fritz/Richard Pechtmann
Sanne Schnapp
as Polizeibuchhaltung
Nina Gummich
as Erna Heinrich
Ulrike Panse
as Anni Nowak
Igor Tjumenzev
as Iwan
Martin Reese
as Pförtner Ullsteinhaus
Leonard Kunz
as Stricher #1
Jörg Malchow
as Grenzer #1
Antje Charlotte Sieglin
as Rahel, Josephs Frau
Karl Markovics
as Samuel Katelbach
Zeljka Preksavec
as Gefängniswärterin
Luis Romih
as Kasabians Sohn
Jeanette Hain
as Irmgard Benda
Simon Pawlowsky
as Liebhaber
Anne Weinknecht
as Dr. Heitmann
Denis Burgazliev
as Trochin
Lilli Fichtner
as Doris
Dirk Wassermann
Rolf Kanies
as Aristide Briand
Luc Feit
as Leopold Ullrich/Ullrich
Max Mauff
as Jacky
Gene Pritsker
as Kapellmeister René Goldmann
Florian Panzner
as Major Scheer
Christian Ahlers
as Gretas Verteidiger
Le Pustra
as Edwina Morell
Marie-Anne Fliegel
as Anne-Marie Nyssen
David C. Bunners
as Heinrich Brüning
Kerstin Thielemann
as Dienerin
Philip Hersh
as Franz Krajewski/Jacoby/Glaser/Man 2
Theodor Hauer
as Franz Dörr
Rainer Wöss
as Spielleiter
Ludwig Simon
as Mann im Ruderclub
Randolph Herbst
as Schleusenwärter
Hanno Koffler
as Oberleutnant Walther Stennes
Paul Matic
as Sommerling
Gode Benedix
as Pförtner Filmstudio
Sophie Pfennigstorf
as Mimi
Susanne Böwe
Christian Friedel
as Reinhold Gräf/Gräf
Jesse Albert
as Lokführer
Ernst Stötzner
as Generalmajor Seegers
Alexander Khuon
as Robert Sauer
Eduardo Arrufat-Reboso
as Raucher-Bar-Kunde
Justus Carrière
as Staatsanwalt
Sabin Tambrea
as Tristan Rot
Joachim Paul Assböck
as Major Beck
Irene Böhm
as Toni Ritter
Julius Feldmeier
as Otto/Horst Kessler
Irene Rindje
as Frau Petersen
Petra Hartung
as Gefängniswärterin
Roman Schomburg
as Reetwich
Pit Bukowski
as Erich Ritter
Michael Gerber
as Dr. Koller
Peter Beck
as Dr. Sieveking
Levin Henning
as Stricher #2
Christoph Bertram
as Grenzer #2
Lola Witzmann
as Gefängniswärterin
Jan Böhme
as Arno Rath
Katja Hiller
as Olga Wilumeit
Jens Harzer
as Dr. Anno Schmidt
Katharina Büttner
as Rote Rieke/Nowak Mädchen
Manfred Möck
as Neumann, Kellner im Aschinger
Nikko Weidemann
as Pianist
Burkhart Siedhoff
as Franz von Papen
Oliver Bröcker
as Bahnpolizist Werner
Benno Fürmann
as Oberst Gottfried Wendt/Oberst Wendt
Steffen Scheumann
as Kneipenwirt
Severija Janušauskaitė
Olliver Gerhards
as Charlottes Freier
Christian Sengewald
as Rezeptionist Fridolin
Fritzi Haberlandt
as Elisabeth Behnke
Earl Vincent Sherwood II
as Richter
Anne Müller
as Juliana, Medium
Johann Jürgens
as Rudi Malzig
Eddy Scheuzger
as Kioskbesitzer
Adrian Zwicker
as Schupo Friedrich
David Brückner
as Polizist
Saskia Rosendahl
as Malu Seegers
Miro Hroch
as Vater Jänicke
Pasha Sol
as Trochin
Thimo Meitner
as Kaspar Weishaupt
Hendrik Heutmann
as Sebald
David Simon
as Gerichtsdiener
Fabian Pfeffer
as Mann bei Nowaks
Peter Jordan
as Fred Jacoby
Hanns Zischler
as Engelberth Rath
Matthias Brandt
as August Benda
Marion Kracht
as Mutter Jänicke
Felix Raffel
as Klavierspieler
Martin Thuernau
as Schupo
Cassian-Bent Wegner
as Hitlerjunge Gernot
Paul Hilgedieck
as Beppo
Hans-Eckart Eckhardt
as Wirtschaftsboss
Robert Dölle
as Joseph
Falk Rockstroh
as Richter Studnitz
Anian Zollner
as Arendsen
Franciska Friede
as Gisela
Heiko Schwind
as Beleuchter
Elisa Bilek
as Mädchen/Schankmädchen
Frederik Klaus
as Crowd Marshall
Dietrich Brüggemann
Günter Lamprecht
as Paul von Hindenburg
Hans Martin Stier
as Albert Grzesinski
Misel Maticevic
as Edgar Kasabian/Der Armenier/Edgar der Armenier
Ronit Aranoff
as Doris/Gaste Moka Efti/Leni Dorr/Party Girl/Trixie
Rosemarie Stühler
Henning Peker
as Franz Krajewski
Giovanna Ria
as Mistress
David Ruland
as Peter Glaser
Tim Fischer
as Ilja Tretschkow
Marco Knaup
as Kommunist
Jörn Hentschel
as Taxifahrer
Libby Brien
as Esther Kasabian/Madame, Old Lady, Steel Company Owner, Neighbor, Mute Mother/Street Prostitute, Nun, Widow
Elias Eisold
as Hitlerjunge Wilfried
Peter Trabner
Katharina Matz
as Diakonisse
Waléra Kanischtscheff
as Michail Fallin
Sophie Charlotte Conrad
as Gerti
Anton von Lucke
as Stephan Jänicke
Detlef Bierstedt
as Oberbürgermeister
Natascha Lawiszus
as Leonore Seegers
Fritz Roth
as Uhl, Polizeiliches Zentralarchiv/Uhl, Polizeiliches Aktenarchiv
Gloria Endres de Oliveira
as Tilly Brooks
Martin Horn
as Bräuning
Derrick VanDerMillen
as Stephan Jänicke
Diana Birenyte
as Dancer
Lena Klenke
as Frau im Ruderclub
David Masterson
as General Mc Farland
Ivo Pietzcker
as Moritz Rath
Jean Denis Römer
as Kioskverkäufer
Benedikt Kauff
as Hauptmann Rohndorff
Ivan Shvedoff
as Alexej Kardakow
Volker Bruch
as Gereon Rath
Jördis Triebel
as Dr. Völcker
Oleg Tikhomirov
as Boris Wolkow
Holger Daemgen
as Rots Anwalt
Gerrit Jansen
as Frédérich Dressler/Dressler
Matthias Schmidt
as Berthold Münch
Heike Neumann
as U-Bahn Prostituierte
Emilia Bohrisch
as Benda Tochter/Margot Benda
Larry Mullins
as Drummer
Dagmar Operskalski
as Gefängniswärterin
Oskar Bökelmann
as Stephans Freund
Liv Lisa Fries
as Charlotte Ritter
Torsten Köppen
as Kellner
Mark Ivanir
Thomas Eickhoff
as Lokführer
Eric Ford
as Robuster Herr
Riva Krymalowski
as Kasabians Tochter
Caro Cult
as Vera Lohmann
Hannah Herzsprung
as Helga Rath
Mišel Matičević
Trystan Pütter
as Hans Litten
Dmitri Alexandrov
as Grigori Selenskij
Carmen-Maja Antoni
as Herbergswirtin
Lars Eidinger
as Alfred Nyssen
Franz Dinda
as Krüger
Lutz Blochberger
as Meyer
Christoph Schechinger
as Siegfried Stoltz
Severija Janusauskaite
as Svetlana Sorokina
Kristin Steffen
as Verurteilte Krämer
Thomas Rudnick
as Nietz
Thomas Thieme
as Karl Zörgiebel/Zörgiebel
Martin Wuttke
as Heymann
Marius Borghoff
as Herman Feierabend
Robert Viktor Minich
as Maitre
Julia Preuß
as Leni Dörr
Friedrich Küppersbusch
as Richter Arnold
Tilla Kratochwil
as Nonne
Petra-Maria Cammin
as Mutti
Meret Becker
as Esther Kasabian
Gabriele Völsch
as Die Witwe
Axel Werner
as Hausmeister
Wilfried Hochholdinger
as Ewald Heesgen
Cornelius Engemann
as Mann mit Gasmaske
Arno Frisch
as Sandor Gosztony
Holger Handtke
as Wegener/Georg Wegener
Dieter Rupp
as Fahrkartenverkäufer
Kay Damaschke
Vincent Krüger
as Peter
Wolfgang Lindner
as Jonny/Jonny Bündner
Marie Gruber
as Emmi Wolter
Godehard Giese
as Wilhelm Böhm/Böhm
Hildegard Schroedter
as Minna Ritter
Adam Venhaus
as Ratten-Rudi
Jakob Bieber
as Fritz Dörr
Daniel Wandelt
as Hauptmann
Jenny Schily
as Rosa Helfers
Georg Blumreiter
as Hundejustav
Sidney Selby
as Musiker
Isabel Bongard
as Frau Pechtmann
Benjamin Drozdz
as Postbote
Thomas Chemnitz
as Hauschild
Peter Kurth
as Bruno Wolter
Daniel Krauss
as Hotel-Rezeptionist
Ronja Reich
Christoph Glaubacker
as Wotan Salb
Derek Meisenburg
as Pedestrian
Michael S. Ruscheinsky
as Felix Krempin
Marko Dyrlich
as Schecki
Dominik Hermanns
as Wache Waggonhalle
Jakob Schmidt
as Micky Potocznik
Werner Lustig
as Opa Ritter
Gerdy Zint
as Ali Köhler
Jose Barros
as Djego
Bryan Ferry
as Sänger
Janina Agnes Schröder
as Gerda
Melanie Straub
as Sterbende Frau
Finn Fiebig
as Gereon Rath (14 Jahre)
Rike Eckermann
as Frau Cziczewicz
Sabrina Strehl
as Martha Lisiuk
Christoph Zrenner
as Onkel
Leonie Benesch
as Greta Overbeck
Frank Künster
as Heiliger Josef
Victor Pape-Thies
as Apothekerlehrling Robert
Dieter Rita Scholl
as Gloria
Emil von Schönfels
as Arndt Scheer
Marc Hosemann
as Johann König
Joe Toedtling
as Polatzki
Mandy M. Haupert
as Tanzgast im Moka Efti
Frank Gerrish
as Bellman
Martin Seifert
as Sänger
Rüdiger Klink
as Czerwinski
Rostyslav Bome
as Heizer Stani
Leo Parker Porsdorf
Darren Perkins
as Barkeeper
Michael Schenk
as Kurt von Schleicher
Peter Schneider
as Hermann Nowak
Reiner Schleberger
as Pfarrer
Ronald Zehrfeld
as Walter Weintraub
Laura Kiehne
as Ilse Ritter
Jytte-Merle Böhrnsen
as Tischmädchen
Bruce Gale
Dennis Hupka
Thorsten Merten
as Henning
Bernhard Schütz
as Jo Bellmann
Rosa Enskat
as Traudel Reckwitz
Judith Neumann
as Frau im Ruderclub
Peter Becker
as Kapo Heinrich
Nikolai Will
as Schupo
Sebastian Urzendowsky
as Max Fuchs
Axel Buchholz
as Schließer
Jan Georg Schütte
as Dr. Heese
Oskar von Schönfels
as Benda Sohn/Jakob Benda
Natalia Mateo
as Betty Winter
Johannes Hitzblech
as Pförtner Kopierwerk
Waldemar Kobus
as Apotheker Döhmann
Jürgen Hartmann
Tim Olcay
as Dancer
Frank Jendrzytza
as Produktpräsentateur
Christian Beermann
as Schollen
Werner Wölbern
as Gustav Stresemann
Inga Birkenfeld
as Mathilde Böhm
Leonid Barsht
as Rote Festung Genosse
Andreas Leupold
as Dr. Eckart
Udo Samel
as Ernst Gennat/Ernst 'Buddha' Gennat
Alexander Hörbe
as Bela Gosztony
Anton Rattinger
as Dr. Schwarz
Gisa Flake
as Tillys Freundin

Seasons & Episodes

Season 1

2018 | 8 Episodes

Season 2
Season 3

2020 | 12 Episodes

Season 4

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Awards

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Camerimage 2017

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Camerimage

Best Pilot

Bambi Awards 2018

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Best Actress - National

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Best Actor - National

Winner

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TV - National

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