Alles was zählt

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Alles was zählt
Alles was zählt (title card).jpg
Current Alles was zählt intertitle
Also known as AWZ
(abbreviation)
Genre Soap opera
Created by Guido Reinhardt
Written by Nina Blum
Starring Julia Augustin
Tatjana Clasing
Silvan-Pierre Leirich
Country of origin Germany Germany
Original language(s) Germany German
No. of episodes 2500+
(as of 23 August 2016) [1]
Production
Executive producer(s) Guido Reinhardt
Rainer Wemcken
Running time 25 minutes
Distributor Grundy UFA TV Produktions GmbH
Release
Original network RTL
Original release 4 September 2006 – present
External links
Website

Alles was zählt (All That Matters) is a German television soap opera first broadcast on RTL on 4 September 2006.[2] The original plot revolved around Diana Sommer's dream to become a world class ice skater. She fell in love with Julian Herzog, who signed her at the prestigious Steinkamp Sport and Wellness Center, run by the unscrupulous Steinkamp dynasty. Diana and Julian eventually became a couple, but in November 2007, Julian suffered a brain hemorrhage and died during their wedding. Diana remained in Essen until January 2009, when she left to join a skating centre in Halle. The story continues to revolve around the Steinkamp Sport and Wellness Centre and its quest to become a sporting powerhouse, as well as the lives of the characters who work at and around the Centre.

Backstage Information[edit]

AWZ is the third daily soap on RTL, created after Gute Zeiten, Schlechte Zeiten and Unter Uns. While the show is set in Essen, filming takes place in Cologne.

Tanja Szewczenko is — like Diana, the character she played — a famous German ice skater. In January 2009, she left the series to pursue her skating career.

In February 2008, AWZ was awarded Blu Magazine's Best National TV Format award for its portrayal of the relationship between Deniz and Roman. Actors Igor Dolgatschew and Dennis Grabosch accepted the award on behalf of the series.[3] While their story was spotlighted, the "DeRo" storyline reached a wide international fanbase with over 12,000 subscribers on YouTube.[4]

The series is produced by Grundy UFA productions, the same company responsible for RTL's other daily soaps. In October 2007, this show and Unter Uns were part of the first-ever crossover of two soap operas in Germany, when characters from AWZ (Vanessa, Nina, and Tim) attended a concert by Mars from Unter Uns (episode 289); Mars later performed an impromptu concert at the No. 7 (episode 296). In April 2010, another RTL crossover featured Helmut Orosz and Mehrzad Marashi from DSDS performing a duet in the No. 7 (episode 904).

The theme song, "Nie genug", is sung by Austrian singer Christina Stürmer; she returned with her band to perform two numbers for Ben and Isabelle's wedding, "Warum" (episode 1000) and "Juniherz" (episode 1001).

Cast[edit]

Current main cast[edit]

Actor Role Episodes Years Notes
Tanja Szewczenko Diana Sommer, accepted, née Reichert 1–588
2415–
2006–2009
2016
Former figure skater, currently skater trainer; daughter of Jutta; grandchild of Lutz; ex-fiancée of Julian; ex-girlfriend of Oliver and Lars; ex-lover of Mike; one-night-stand of Deniz
Tatjana Clasing Simone Steinkamp, née von Altenburg 1– 2006– Owner and manager of "Steinkamp Sports & Wellness"; mother of Maximilian (by her riding instructor when she was a teen) and of Jenny and Vanessa (by Richard); grandmother of Letizia, Alexander, Sophia and Annabelle; daughter of Friederike; half-sister of Carmen; aunt of Michelle; cousin of Constantin; wife of Richard; ex-fiancée of David; ex-girlfriend of Rafael; ex-lover of Axel; one-night-stand of her brother-in-law Rüdiger
Silvan-Pierre Leirich Richard Steinkamp 1– 2006– Owner and director of "Steinkamp Sports & Wellness", now borough mayor of Essen-Schotterberg; father of Jenny and Vanessa (by Simone), Ben (by ex-lover Nadja), Marco (by ex-lover Monika) and Nikolas (by ex-lover Céline); stepfather of Maximilian; grandfather of Annabelle; brother of Rüdiger; uncle of Franziska; husband of Simone; ex-fiancé of Claudia; ex-lover of Annette
Julia Augustin Vanessa Steinkamp 2–667
985–1378
1733–1758
2033–
2006–2009
2010–2012
2013
2014–
Ice-hockey player, now medicine student in practical year; daughter of Simone and Richard; sister of Jenny; half-sister of Ben, Maximilian, Marco and Nikolas; niece of Rüdiger and Carmen; cousin of Juli, Franziska and Michelle; aunt of Letizia; wife of Christoph; ex-girlfriend of Ben (they broke up when they discovered they were related), Deniz, Tom and Nick; studied medicine in Boston, then returned to Essen, where she was the majority stakeholder of "Steinkamp Sports & Wellness"
Sam Eisenstein Marian Öztürk 2– 2006–2014 Proprietor of "No. 7" (café and bar), formerly ran the inline-courier service "Get It" and had a shady past as a safecracker; son of Melek; father of Deniz (with ex-wife Veronika); grandfather of Jonas; uncle of Can; ex-husband of Lena (married for immigration reasons and subsequently began dating); ex-boyfriend of Nadja and Jessica; ex-lover of Jenny
André Dietz Ingo Zadek 7– 2006–2013 Ice-hockey trainer, physiotherapist and masseur at "Steinkamp Sports and Wellness", also pursued a career as a comedian for a short time; half-brother of Marie; ex-husband of Annette (married when she died); ex-boyfriend of Lena and Céline; father of Zoé; foster father of Melanie
Juliette Greco Lena Bergmann 181–1608
1772–
2007–2013
2013–
(1st actress in the role)
Ballet teacher and fitness trainer at "Steinkamp Sports & Wellness"; daughter of Peter; sister of Annette; half-sister of Katja; cousin of Ronny; ex-wife of Robin van Kampen, Maximilian and Marian (married for immigration reasons and subsequently began dating); ex-girlfriend of Ingo, Mike and Florian; ex-lover of Oliver, Rafael and Thomas; mother of Alexander (with Maximilian)
Igor Dolgatschew Deniz Öztürk 229– 2007– Management intern/Richard’s personal assistant at "Steinkamp Sports and Wellness"; formerly pursued careers as hockey player, rentboy, pair skater with Stella and Roman, fashion model, gay callboy and owner of car service; son of Veronika and Marian; father of Jonas (with ex-lover Jessica); cousin of Can; grandchild of Melek; ex-boyfriend of Nina, Vanessa, Roman, Melanie and Sarah; ex-lover of Stella, Jessica, Franziska, Bea and Can; one-night-stand of Annette, Diana, Kaja, Patrick, Zoé, Katja, Letizia and numerous punters
Jörg Rohde Ben Steinkamp, accepted, né Roschinski 802– 2009– (2nd actor in the role)
Owner of the club "A40"; former managing "Steinkamp Sports & Wellness" alongside Richard and Maximilian; illegitimate son of Nadja and Richard, half-brother of Jenny, Vanessa, Marco and Nikolas; nephew of Rüdiger; cousin of Franziska; ex-husband of Isabelle and Bea; ex-boyfriend of Katja, Vanessa and Julia; boyfriend of Iva; lover of Carmen; one-night-stand of Zoé and Raquel
Kaja Schmidt-Tychsen Jennifer "Jenny" Steinkamp 1325– 2011– (3rd official actress in the role)
Former figure skater, currently owner of "Steinkamp Sports & Wellness" and skater trainer; daughter of Simone and Richard; sister of Vanessa; half-sister of Ben, Maximilian, Marco and Nikolas; niece of Rüdiger and Carmen; cousin of Juli, Franziska and Michelle; mother of Annabelle (with David); aunt of Letizia; wife of Veit; ex-wife of Julian and Axel; ex-girlfriend of Lars and Hendrik; ex-lover of Maximilian, Marian and Marco; one-night-stand of David
Christina Klein Iva Lukowski 2036– 2014– DJane, singer; daughter of Christoph; step-daughter of Sylvie; girlfriend of Ben; one-night-stand of Pia and rapper Third Unit
Daniel Brockhaus Dr. Thomas Brück 2107– 2015– Head doctor; father of Leo and Flo; ex-husband of Sonja; ex-boyfriend of Isabelle; ex-lover of Dana and Lena; one-night-stand of Anne
Lars Korten Christoph Lukowski 2108– 2015– Management consultant, partner of "Steinkamp Sports & Wellness"; father of Iva; husband of Vanessa; ex-husband of Sylvie; one-night-stand of Tina
Michael Jassin Tobias "Tobi" Märtz 2138–2140
2228–2544
2015–2016 Bank clerk, partner of "Pumpwerk"; ex-boyfriend of Kerstin; one-night-stand of Pia
Julian Bayer Leo Brück 2305– 2015– Male nurse; son of Sonja and Thomas; brother of Flo; ex-boyfriend of Marie; one-night-stand of Isabelle and Michelle
Franziska Benz Michelle Bauer 2372– 2016– Figure skater at "Steinkamp Sports & Wellness"; daughter of Carmen and Vincent; niece of Simone and Richard; cousin of Maximilian, Jenny and Vanessa; great-cousin of Letizia, Alexander, Sophia and Annabelle; one-night-stand of Leo
Heike Warmuth Carmen Bauer 2375– 2016– Businesswoman, manager of "No. 7"; mother of Michelle; half-sister of Simone; aunt of Maximilian, Jenny and Vanessa; great-aunt of Letizia, Alexander, Sophia and Annabelle; ex-girlfriend of Vincent; lover of Ben
Cheyenne Pahde Marie Schmidt 2468– 2016– (2nd actress in the role)
Figure skater at "Steinkamp Sports & Wellness"; half-sister of Ingo; aunt of Zoé; ex-girlfriend of Leo
Daniel Buder Vincent Thalbach 2524– 2016– Father of Michelle; ex-boyfriend of Carmen

Former main cast[edit]

Actor Character Episodes Years Comments
Susanne Schlenzig Jutta Sommer, née Hoffmann 1–178
312–315
2006–2007 Mother of Diana; daughter of Dieter; ex-wife of Dieter; moved to Cuxhaven
Jan Niklas Berg Ben Roschinski 2–220 2006–2007 (1st actor in the role)
Andreas Seyferth Lutz Hoffmann 1–234 2006–2007 Father of Jutta; grandfather of Diana; went to live with his daughter in Cuxhaven
Armin Dallapiccola Dieter Sommer 1–250 2006–2007 Father of Nina; brother of Manfred; uncle of Oliver; ex-husband of Jutta; went to Eisenhüttenstadt to take a job as a facility manager
Thorsten Grasshoff Julian Herzog † 1–313 2006–2007 Brother of Tim; ex-husband of Jenny; fiancé of Diana; died at the altar due to a brain haemorrhage
André Emanuel Kaminski Tim Herzog 5–321 2006–2007 Brother of Julian; ex-boyfriend of Nina and Ben; left Essen after Julian's death to start a new life
Regine Seidler Nadja Roschinski 3–358
999–1001
2006–2008
2010
(1st actress in the role)
Returns for Ben and Isabelle's wedding
Christiane Klimt Jennifer "Jenny" Steinkamp 1–452 2006–2008 (1st actress in the role)
Birgit Würz Nadja Roschinski 359–576 2008 (2nd actress in the role)
Skating choreographer at "Steinkamp Sports and Wellness"; mother of Ben; ex-girlfriend of Mike, Richard and Marian; moved to Rome for a new job
Maria Wedig Julietta "Juli" Sommer, née von Altenburg 362–717 2008–2009 Daughter of Constantin; niece of Simone; cousin of Jenny, Vanessa and Maximilian; granddaughter of Friederike; pursued careers as figure skater, waitress in the "No. 7" and banking; ex-wife of Maximilian (convenience marriage) and Oliver; left Essen for California after separating from Oliver
Nathalie Thiede Nina Sommer 1–793 2006–2009 Personal assistant to Dr. Axel Schwarz at "Steinkamp Sports and Wellness"; daughter of Dieter; niece of Manfred; cousin of Oliver; ex-girlfriend of Tim, Deniz and Axel; left to work for Male Function in California after realising there was no future with Axel
Stephen Dürr Mike Hartwig † 1–810 2006–2009 Ice-skating trainer at "Steinkamp Sports and Wellness"; ex-boyfriend of Nadja and Lena; ex-lover of Diana; died in explosion while saving Lena from her father's nemesis
Tobias Licht Lars Berger 469–882 2008–2010 Skating choreographer at "Steinkamp Sports and Wellness"; boyfriend of Stella; ex-boyfriend of Diana; ex-lover of Jenny; moved to Switzerland with Stella
Nadine Rennack Stella Coretti 576–882 2008–2010 Skater on the Steinkamp team; daughter of Anton; godchild of Marian; girlfriend of Lars; ex-lover of Deniz; moved to Switzerland for rehab after being involved in a car accident and then prematurely returning to training and paralyzing herself
Carolin von der Groeben Zoé Laffort 459–986 2008–2010 (1st actress in the role)
Norman Kalle Dr. Oliver Sommer 156–267
322–758
828–1008
2007
2007–2009
2009–2010
Formerly the in-house doctor at "Steinkamp Sports and Wellness", now works with an African aid organisation; son of Manfred; nephew of Dieter; cousin of Nina; husband of Céline: ex-husband of Nina; ex-boyfriend of Diana; moved to Australia with Céline
Nina Bott Céline Sommer, née Laffort 465–1008 2008–2010 Cook at "No. 7"; mother of Zoé; wife of Oliver; ex-wife of Maximilian; ex-girlfriend of Ingo; ex-lover of Richard; moved to Australia with Oliver
Silvia Maleen Jennifer "Jenny" Steinkamp 501–1023 2008–2010 (2nd actress in the role)
Was presumed dead after her flight disappeared over Russia
Heike Trinker Claudia Bergmann, née Linden 825–844
928–1225
2009–2010
2010–2011
Figure skating choreographer hired to work with the Steinkamp team; mother of Katja; ex-wife of Peter Bergmann; ex-fiancée of Richard; moved to Rosenheim after her engagement to Richard ended
Dennis Grabosch Roman Wild † 2–1267 2006–2011 Figure skater, placed third in both the World and European championships before pursuing a career as a trainer and then as sports manager of "Steinkamp Sports and Wellness"; brother of Florian, ex-boyfriend of Marc, Andrew and Deniz; died of a brain tumour
Christoph Humnig Tom Reichenbach 958–1300
1373–1378
2010–2011
2012
Videogame developer; son of Helena and Philipp; brother of Isabelle; half-brother of Larissa; uncle of Sophia; ex-boyfriend of Katja; boyfriend of Vanessa; left for Boston after he and Vanessa break up
Ulrike Röseberg Annette Bergmann † 1–1445 2006–2012 Lessee of the "Pommesschranke" fry stand near the Steinkamp Centre and sometimes costume designer; daughter of Peter; sister of Lena; half-sister of Katja; aunt of Alexander; wife of Ingo; ex-lover of Richard; one-night-stand of Deniz; died after Jenny ran over her in her car
Michael N. Kuehl Florian Wild 928–1544 2010–2012 Assistant janitor at "Steinkamp Sports and Wellness"; raised in Gunzenhausen, came to Essen to pursue his dream of playing professional hockey; brother of Roman; boyfriend of Franziska; ex-boyfriend of Lena; follows Franziska to Canada
Julia Engelmann Franziska Steinkamp 1024–1544 2010–2012 Daughter of Rüdiger; niece of Richard; cousin of Jenny, Vanessa, Ben, Marco and Nikolas; poses as a boy ("Frank Schneider") to increase her chances of playing professional hockey; girlfriend of florian; ex-lover of Deniz; went to Canada after becoming part of a famous ice-hockey team
Rosetta Pedone Viktoria König 1485–1582 2012 Ex-wife of Marco; ex-girlfriend of Jochen; went to New York
Christina Siemoneit Sarah Wendt 1273–1616 2011–2013 Hip-hop dancer; sister of Melanie; ex-girlfriend of Marco and Deniz; went to Paris
Katharina Woschek Zoé Laffort 1466–1666 2012–2013 (2nd actress in the role)
Temporary assistanse at "Steinkamp Sports and Wellness" and the club "A40"; daughter of Ingo and Céline; niece of Marie; ex-girlfriend of Can; one-night-stand of Ben and Deniz; went to South Africa
Ulrich Drewes Rüdiger Steinkamp 1476–1678 2012–2013 (2nd actor in the role)
Manager of "Steinkamp Sports and Wellness"; father of Franziska; brother of Richard; uncle of Jenny, Vanessa, Ben, Marco and Nikolas; ex-boyfriend of Monika; one-night-stand of Simone; was sent to prison on account of extortion and kidnapping
Salvatore Greco Jan Marco Schöler 1260–1761 2011–2013 Dance instructor at Simone's dance studio, then at "Steinkamp Dance Factory"; son of Monika and Richard; half-brother of Jenny, Vanessa, Ben and Nikolas; nephew of Rüdiger; cousin of Franziska; ex-lover of Jenny, Sarah and Isabelle; went to Rome
Maria Kempken Lena Bergmann 1612–1770 2013 (2nd actress in the role, temporary replacement for Juliette Greco who was on maternity leave)
Daniel Aichinger Dr. Axel Schwarz 1–331
554–847
971–1443
1810–1881
2006–2007
2008−2009
2010−2012
2013–2014
Former controller of "Steinkamp Sports & Wellness", also worked for the Ministry of the Interior as the State Commissioner for the High-Performance Centre in Essen; son of Luna and Hans Josef; ex-husband of Jenny; ex-lover of Simone and Nina; fled to Greece as "Costa Papadopoulos" after another scheme went wrong; has returned to Essen with a diplomatic pass, killed Ingo to set up the Steinkamps for the murder and break away back to Greece with his accomplice and new wife Spiridula
Carlo Degen Joscha Degen 1698–1895 2013–2014 Footballer; son of David; brother of Lukas; half-brother of Annabelle; sham-husband of Raquel; boyfriend of Kai; ex-boyfriend of Melanie;
Alexander Gier Dr. Kai Seebach 1820–1909 2013–2014 Sports doctor; son of Barbara; boyfriend of Joscha; leaves Essen soon after Joscha's death
Marc Schöttner Lukas Levin 1658–1923 2013–2014 Student at "Steinkamp Dance Factory"; son of David; brother of Joscha; half-brother of Annabelle; ex-boyfriend of Julia; ex-lover of Letizia; went to New York to complete three semester abroad there
Andreas Hofer David M. Degen 1628–1933 2013–2014 Choreographer at "Steinkamp Dance Factory"; father of Lukas and Joscha; ex-fiancé of Simone; ex-lover of Barbara; one-night-stand of Jenny; father of Annabelle (with Jenny); leaves Essen after kidnapping Annabelle and losing the custody for her
Hannes Sell Felix Landeck 1935–2031 2014 Student at "Steinkamp Dance Factory"; son of Rolf; ex-lover of Isabelle; one-night-stand of Letizia and Raquel; went to a dance academy in Zwickau
Anna-Katharina Fecher Melanie Wendt 1238–1480
1713–2040
2011–2012
2013–2014
Teenager whose parents perished in the 2004 tsunami; placed with foster parents Annette and Ingo; works in reception at the Centre; sister of Sarah; ex-girlfriend of Deniz and Joscha; one-night-stand of Maximilian; leaves Essen to find vocational and personal happiness in Hamburg
Jennifer Dessin-Brasching Letizia von Altenburg,
accepted, née Kaldenhoff
1644–2058 2013–2014 Student at "Steinkamp Dance Factory"; daughter of Janaina and Maximilian; grandchild of Simone; great-grandchild of Friederike; niece of Jenny and Vanessa; great-niece of Carmen; great-cousin of Michelle; ex-lover of Lukas; one-night-stand of Deniz and Felix; bleed to death by a shot of her father's nemesis Rafael Suarez
Alexander Wüst Erik Schulte † 1924–2101 2014–2015 Inspector; father of Emilia; ex-husband of Tina; fell from a castle tower (by Richard's fault) during his wedding day
Jenny Bach Julia Meyer † 1639–2106 2013–2015 Student at "Steinkamp Dance Factory"; daughter of Helga; sister of Bea; girlfriend of Ben; ex-girlfriend of Lukas; died in a bus crash
Yara Hassan Raquel Degen, née Santana 1778–2106 2013–2015 Student at "Steinkamp Dance Factory"; widow of Joscha (sham marriage); one-night-stand of Felix and Ben; died in a bus crash
Michèle Fichtner Antonia "Toni" Fuchs † 2036–2106 2014–2015 Student at "Steinkamp Dance Factory"; died in a bus crash
Naima Fehrenbacher Larissa Schuhmann 2044–2111 2014–2015 Student at "Steinkamp Dance Factory"; daughter of ??? Schuhmann and Philipp Reichenbach; half-sister of Isabelle and Tom; went to Munich
Francisco Medina Maximilian von Altenburg
aka Maximilian Santiago de Castillo
280–1798
2064–2150
2007–2013
2014–2015
Manager of "Steinkamp Sports & Wellness"; son of Simone; half-brother of Jenny and Vanessa; father of Letizia (by ex-girlfriend Janaina), Alexander (with Lena) and Sophia (with Isabelle); cousin of Juli and Michelle; nephew of Carmen; ex-husband Juli (convenience marriage), Céline, Lena and Isabelle; ex-boyfriend of Katja; ex-lover of Jenny; one-night-stand of Melanie; was convict erroneously for Erik's death and also for extortive abduction and attempted murder of Richard
Anna-Katharina Samsel Katja Bergmann 822–2209 2009–2015 Former figure skater at "Steinkamp Sports and Wellness"; daughter of Claudia and Peter; half-sister of Annette and Lena; aunt of Maximilian; with Roman as her trainer, took third place at the Essen Cup shortly after signing on to the Steinkamp team; ex-girlfriend of Tom, Ben, Maximilian and Can; one-night-stand of Deniz; went to Augsburg
Volkan Isbert Can Öztürk 1590–2216 2012–2015 Bouncer at the club "A40", owner of "Multi-Friends"; nephew of Marian; cousin of Deniz (had sexual preferences to him); grandchild of Melek; ex-boyfriend of Zoé, Susi and Katja: ex-lover of Deniz; went to Turkey to present a game show
Julia Albrecht Florentine "Flo" Brück 2105–2352 2015–2016 Student; daughter of Sonja and Thomas; sister of Leo; girlfriend of Paul; one-night-stand of Kevin; went on ahead to Berlin due to a problem in her and Sonja's new flat
Barbara Sotelsek Sonja Brück, née Kampe 2105–2353 2015–2016 Cleaning lady at "Multi-Friends", trainer at "Steinkamp Sports & Wellness"; mother of Leo and Flo; ex-wife of Thomas; went to Berlin to assume a new job as gymnastics leotard
Isabell Horn Pia Koch 2113–2363 2015–2016 DJane, partner of "Multi-Friends"; ex-wife of John; ex-girlfriend of Veit; one-night-stand of Tobi and Iva; frequently pet named "Diesel Dyke" by her friends; left Essen for a job on Ibiza
Caroline Frier Beatrice "Bea" Meyer 1503–2378 2012–2016 Owner of "PommesSchranke", partner of "Multi-Friends"; daughter of Helga; sister of Julia; ex-wife of Ben; ex-girlfriend of Felix; ex-lover of Deniz; left Essen on account of her pregnancy by Ben to pay regard to his relationship with Iva
Ania Niedieck Isabelle Reichenbach 905–2385 2010–2016 Professional figure skater who took first place in the Essen Cup, then working as trainer/skating consultant at "Steinkamp Sports & Wellness", finally waitress in the "No. 7"; daughter of Helena and Philipp; sister of Tom; half-sister of Larissa; mother of Sophia (with Maximilian); ex-wife of Ben and Maximilian; ex-girlfriend of Thomas; ex-lover of Marco and Felix; one-night-stand of Leo; left Essen with the wealthy investor Johann Pachlhuber
Carsten Clemens Veit Hartmann aka Fabian Rother 2169–2433 2015–2016 Controller of "Steinkamp Sports & Wellness"; husband of Jenny; ex-boyfriend of Emma and Pia; one-night-stand of Brigitte; get arrested for misappropriation of funds
Judith Neumann Marie Schmidt 2280–2465 2015–2016 (1st actress in the role)

Directors[edit]

AWZ is directed in week-long blocks with revolving directors, including Christof Brehmer, Stefan Bühling, Gudrun Scherer, Jörg Mielich, Tina Kriwitz, Klaus Knoesel, Annette Herre, Matthias Paul and Andreas Stenschke, to name just a very few.

Broadcast[edit]

Country Network Title
 Germany RTL Television
Passion
Alles was zählt
 Belgium Plug RTL Le Rêve de Diana
 Canada Séries+ Le Rêve de Diana
 France M6
Téva
NRJ 12
NRJ Paris
Le Rêve de Diana
 Poland TV Puls To, co najważniejsze
  Switzerland TSR 1
TSR 2
Le Rêve de Diana

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