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Babylon Berlin is a German neo-noir television series. It is created, written and directed by Tom Tykwer, Achim von Borries and Hendrik Handloegten, based on novels by German author Volker Kutscher. The series takes place in Berlin during the Weimar Republic, starting in 1929. It follows Gereon Rath, a police inspector on assignment from Cologne who is on a secret mission to dismantle an extortion ring, and Charlotte Ritter, police clerk by day, flapper by night, who is aspiring to become a police inspector. 

The series premiered on 13 October 2017 on Sky 1, a German-language entertainment channel broadcast by Sky Deutschland. The first release consisted of a continuous run of sixteen episodes, with the first eight officially known as Season 1, and the second eight known as Season 2. Netflix released the first two seasons in the U.S., Canada, and Australia. The second run of twelve episodes, officially known as Season 3, premiered on 24 January 2020 on Sky 1.

Cast

Main

  • Volker Bruch as Inspector Gereon Rath, a combat veteran of the Imperial German Army during World War I and a policeman newly transferred from his home town of Cologne to Berlin; he struggles with a morphine addiction linked to his war experiences, particularly his survivor's guilt over the loss of his brother (seasons 1–3)
  • Liv Lisa Fries as Charlotte Ritter, a flapper from the slums of Neukölln and an occasional prostitute at the Moka Efti cabaret, who works as a police clerk and dreams of becoming the first female homicide detective in the history of the Berlin Police (seasons 1–3)
  • Peter Kurth as Detective Chief Inspector Bruno Wolter, a Berlin Police investigator whose affability masks unseemly tendencies; he becomes the primary antagonist in season 2 (seasons 1–2)
  • Matthias Brandt as Councillor August Benda, a Jewish Social Democrat and the head of the Berlin Political Police. A tenacious investigator and true believer in the Weimar Republic, Benda is equally loathed by Monarchists, Communists, and National Socialists; for years, he has been investigating the Black Reichswehr (seasons 1–2)
  • Leonie Benesch as Greta Overbeck, a down-on-her-luck childhood friend of Charlotte Ritter who eventually finds a job as domestic servant to Councillor Benda and his family and reluctantly gets entwined in an assassination scheme (season 1–3)
  • Severija Janušauskaitė as Countess Svetlana Sorokina / Nikoros, a White Russian émigré, crossdressing singer at the Moka Efti cabaret, and spy for the Soviet secret police (season 1; recurring season 2)
  • Ivan Shvedoff as Alexei Kardakov, an anti-Stalinist Russian refugee and the leader of a Trotskyist cell in Berlin (season 1; guest season 2)
  • Hannah Herzsprung as Helga Rath, Inspector Gereon Rath's secret lover of more than ten years and the wife of his brother, who has been missing since the First World War (season 2–3; guest season 1)
  • Lars Eidinger as Alfred Nyssen, a steel manufacturer with links to Reichswehr and Freikorps officers plotting to overthrow the Republic and restore Kaiser Wilhelm II to the German throne and who detests the ruling Social Democratic Party of Germany (seasons 2–3; recurring season 1)
  • Benno Fürmann as Oberst Wendt, an ambitious and untrustworthy political police counsellor who is a power player with the NSDAP (season 3; recurring seasons 1–2)
  • Mišel Matičević as Edgar Kasabian, "The Armenian", the impeccably dressed owner of the Moka Efti cabaret and the leader of organised crime in Berlin; a ruthless but deeply principled gangster, he acts as a secret protector to Inspector Gereon Rath for personal reasons (season 3; recurring seasons 1–2)
  • Ronald Zehrfeld as Walter Weintraub, the mysterious and ruthless partner of The Armenian who returns from time in prison (season 3)
  • Meret Becker as Esther Kasabian, a former actress married to The Armenian who dreams of returning to acting as well as reconciling the men she loves (season 3)

Recurring

  • Anton von Lucke [de] as Stephan Jänicke, a young detective in the Berlin Police who has been assigned by Councillor Benda to investigate Wolter for ties to the Black Reichswehr (seasons 1; guest season 2)
  • Henning Peker as Franz Krajewski, a drug addict who works as a police informant (season 1)
  • Fritzi Haberlandt as Elisabeth Behnke, a kind friend of Bruno Wolter who maintains a boarding house where Inspector Rath stays (seasons 1–3)
  • Karl Markovics as Samuel Katelbach, an eccentric writer and sometimes journalist who befriends Rath at the boarding house (seasons 1–3)
  • Jens Harzer as Dr. Anno Schmidt, a mysterious doctor whose atypical practices are considered fringe by the Berlin medical community but heralded by others, including The Armenian (seasons 1–3)
  • Ernst Stötzner as Major General Kurt Seegers, a member of the Reichswehr's General Staff and DCI Bruno Wolter's commanding officer during the Great War; he opposes the Republic and is up to many secret activities (seasons 1–2; guest season 3)
  • Jördis Triebel as Dr. Völcker, a communist doctor who disagrees with the practices of the Berlin police department (season 1; guest season 3)
  • Christian Friedel as Gräf, a photographer for the Berlin police department who works closely with Rath (seasons 1–3)
  • Denis Burgazliev [de] as Col. Trokhin, a Soviet diplomat and official of Stalin's secret police who targets anti-Stalinists (seasons 1–2)
  • Thomas Thieme as Karl Zörgiebel, the stern police chief of Berlin and former chief of Cologne (seasons 1–3)
  • Irene Böhm as Toni Ritter, the sister of Charlotte (seasons 1-3)
  • Ivo Pietzcker as Moritz Rath, Gereon Rath's nephew and Helga's son whose curiosity gets him into trouble (season 2–3)
  • Udo Samel as Ernst "Buddah" Gennat, the stern but kind head of Berlin's Homicide Department, based on a real director of the Berlin criminal police (season 3; guest season 2)
  • Luc Feit as Leopold Ullrich, detail-oriented police analyst (season 3; guest season 2)
  • Trystan Pütter as Hans Litten, a pro bono attorney interested in Greta's case, based on a real lawyer (season 3)
  • Thorsten Merten as Henning, a homicide investigator working under Rath with Czerwinski (season 3; guest seasons 1–2)
  • Rüdiger Klink as Czerwinski, a homicide investigator working under Rath with Henning (season 3; guest seasons 1–2)
  • Godehard Giese as Wilhelm Böhm, a high-ranking homicide detective who often clashes with Rath and Ritter (season 3; guest seasons 1–2)
  • Saskia Rosendahl as Malu Seegers, a communist law student who disagrees with her father General Seegers (season 3)
  • Sabin Tambrea as Tristan Rot, aka Herbert Plumpe, a melodramatic actor with an interest in the occult (season 3)
  • Julius Feldmeier as Otto Wollenberg/Horst Kessler, a friend of Fritz with villainous intentions (season 3; guest seasons 1–2)
  • Jacob Matschenz as Fritz Hockert/Richard Pechtmann, a friend of Otto with villainous intentions (season 3; guest seasons 1–2)
  • Alexander Hörbe as Bela Grosztony, an organised crime figure (season 3)

Production

Development

The series was co-directed by Tom Tykwer, Hendrik Handloegten, and Achim von Borries, who also wrote the scripts. The first two seasons of the show were filmed over eight months beginning in May 2016.
German public broadcaster ARD and pay TV channel Sky co-produced the series, a first time collaboration in German television.[citation needed] As part of the arrangement, Sky broadcast the series first, and ARD started broadcasts by free-to-air television on 30 September 2018. Netflix purchased rights for the United States, Canada, and Australia, where the series became available in 2018 with English dubbing and subtitles.[2]
The series is described as the most expensive television drama series in Germany, with a budget of €40 million that increased to €55 million due to reshoots.[3]

Later seasons

After a year-long production hiatus, the show resumed production in late 2018 with an extended six-month shoot for the third season of Babylon Berlin; filming was completed in May 2019.[4][5] At the 32nd European Film Awards in December 2019, showrunners Achim von Borries, Henk Handloegten and Tom Tykwer stated that the third season was in post-production and that a fourth season is planned.[6]
The third season was developed loosely around the second novel in Volker Kutscher's trilogy The Silent Death. The showrunners chose to diverge from the source material to better address the social and political unrest during the time period as they felt that Weimar Republic is often overlooked by both media and historical sources.[7] The third season is set in late 1929 around the Black Tuesday stock market crash and navigates the rise of the subversive Black Reichswehr and Communist political groups as well as the advent of talkies.
In a January 2020 interview with Berliner Zeitung, actress Liv Lisa Fries said that production will likely begin on the fourth season in late 2020 or early 2021.

 
 
 
 
 

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