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 Paul Novak 6 episodes, 2006
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 Boris Schenker 6 episodes, 2006
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 Marion Dermühl 6 episodes, 2006
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 Christoph Dermühl 6 episodes, 2006
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 Robert Voss 6 episodes, 2006
Hilmi Sözer ...
 Turgut Algan 6 episodes, 2006
Jule Böwe ...
 Nicole Schenker 6 episodes, 2006
Ina Weisse ...
 Carla Bräuninger 6 episodes, 2006
Hinnerk Schönemann ...
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Laura Syniawa ...
 Lotta Dermühl 6 episodes, 2006
Mischa Knobloch ...
 Finn Novak 6 episodes, 2006
Ina Rudolph ...
 Lili Novak 6 episodes, 2006
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 Volker Born 5 episodes, 2006
Constantin von Jascheroff ...
 Sebastian 5 episodes, 2006
Erden Alkan ...
 Hasan Arslan 4 episodes, 2006
Heike Jonca ...
 Empfangsdame 4 episodes, 2006
David Ali Hamade ...
 Ergün Kilic 4 episodes, 2006
Komi Togbonou ...
Bülent Sharif ...
 Mehmet Ersoy 3 episodes, 2006
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 Benjamin 'Butsche' Bartkowski 3 episodes, 2006
René Hofschneider ...
 Thomas Geffken 3 episodes, 2006
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Sinan Al-Kurikchi ...
 Arif Buruk 3 episodes, 2006
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 John Seifert 2 episodes, 2006
Peter Benedict ...
 Herr Seifert 2 episodes, 2006
Murat Aydin ...
Sanna Englund ...
Steffen Scheumann ...
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As the broadcasting network SAT.1 feared bad ratings, the show's original eight parts were shown in a four-part mini series. In fact, the ratings were worse than expected (October 2006). See more »

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Original min series with disaster ratings.
30 October 2006 | by (Germany) – See all my reviews

Blackout had a complete blackout with Germanys audience, when premiered in its prime-time slot on a Sunday eve. Was the first 90 min. Part 1 too complex? Too brutal? Not really I say. Complexity wise, Blackout can hold up with the Criminal Minds and the Navy CIS anytime. Brutal? Yes the miniseries is defiantly hard in the pictures Director Keglevic used, but brutal is usually good for the ratings. (Police man is killing other policeman directly without remorse. Junkies giving head in porn theaters and so on.) The consequence will be undoubted that German audiences will see less of such original programming. The networks will go back into buying US Standards at the various film markets. Its less expensive, less risk taking. For the audience there is thankfully the DVD Market. Yes Blackout is fiction, but it could be true. Go and see Blackout, if you like a hard realistic look at today's Police work.


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