Beneath the decadence of 1929 Berlin, lies an underworld city of sin. Police investigator Gareon Rath has been transferred from Cologne to the epicenter of political and social changes in the Golden Twenties.
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The gripping noir reaches a climax as Rath faces a stand-off for train carriage TY 23-05, and the truth behind the Sorokin's gold is finally revealed.
The episode was rated 8.10 from 311 votes.
Rath and Lotte race to stop the train robbery in time, while Greta's conscience is torn when she falls into an assassination plot.
The episode was rated 7.94 from 301 votes.
Litten remembers a legal loophole that could save Greta's life. Charlotte visits the inn mentioned in her mother's love letters. Wall Street crashes.
The episode was rated 7.79 from 223 votes.
Benda's widow gives Wendt a piece of evidence. A crisis bonds Helga and Nyssen. Fingerprints are found on the knife, but Charlotte notices an oddity.
The episode was rated 7.78 from 216 votes.
Crucial evidence literally falls into Rath's hands, while Lotte unearths a conspiracy to murder an international envoy.
The episode was rated 7.71 from 289 votes.
Vera tells Charlotte more about the ‘alibi’ she was supposed to provide Walter with. Rath is back with Dr. Schmidt, who hypnotizes him.
The episode was rated 7.65 from 226 votes.
Gereon is reunited with Helga, but his joy is short lived. With her mother dead, Lotte's situation at home worsens.
The episode was rated 7.62 from 309 votes.
Lotte is kidnapped and held in an ominously familiar location, while Rath and Benda's case against the Black Reichswehr stalls.
The episode was rated 7.56 from 300 votes.
After discovering one of his most trusted colleagues has been murdered, Rath comes to suspect that the killer was someone on the inside
The episode was rated 7.54 from 308 votes.
Nyssen finds a way to get his mother's money. Rath learns who Helga's benefactor is. Marie-Luise Seegers approaches Katelbach's landlady with an offer.
The episode was rated 7.51 from 220 votes.
Sebald, Benda’s former assistant, who is now working for Wendt, visits the municipal orphanage to take a look at the birth certificate of Greta’s child. Helga and Moritz spent their nights at different boardinghouses.
The episode was rated 7.51 from 247 votes.
Rath and Bruno finally get a lead to the location of the missing film reel, but after the truth come the consequences.
The episode was rated 7.49 from 337 votes.
Nazis storm Tempo's office in search of Katelbach. The name list leads Rath to identify the men behind Benda's murder. Charlotte catches Vera in a lie.
The episode was rated 7.49 from 233 votes.
Rath undertakes a dangerous mission to recover evidence of the secret German airfield based in Russia.
The episode was rated 7.49 from 313 votes.
While Charlotte mourns for her friend Vera, the news that the Phantom has been caught makes the rounds.
The episode was rated 7.47 from 219 votes.
Rath hits an unexpected snag while investigating the Benda case, and later tracks down the movie set gaffer. Charlotte is visited by her older sister.
The episode was rated 7.47 from 251 votes.
It’s the Great Stock Market Crash of 1929 in Berlin: speculators hang or shoot themselves, frantic small-time shareholders and savers try to storm the stock exchange and the banks to empty out their accounts.
The episode was rated 7.47 from 272 votes.
As Berlin becomes increasingly politically charged, those in charge look to change the discourse on the May Day violence.
The episode was rated 7.46 from 377 votes.
Desperate to find Weintraub, the police consult a psychic. Toni's job takes an unexpected turn. Moritz's association with Horst puts him in danger.
The episode was rated 7.46 from 213 votes.
Kardakov seeks help in retrieving the Sorokins' gold. Rath faces a moral dilemma, and Bruno makes a power play.
The episode was rated 7.43 from 366 votes.
Last updated: feb 10, 2023
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