Donna Leon (TV series)

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Donna Leon
aka Commissario Brunetti
Country of origin Germany
No. of episodes 19
Production
Running time 86-90 min
Release
Original release 2000 – 2015
External links
Website

Donna Leon is the author of the Commissario Guido Brunetti crime novels series that was adapted as the German television series, Commissario Brunetti. The television program, which features music by André Rieu and has been produced since 2000 by the ARD in Germany, is also shown in Spain and in Finland by Yle.

Actors[edit]

Episodes[edit]

No. Title First broadcast Novel[1]

  • 1. "Vendetta" (12 October 2000) #4 Case · 1995
  • 2. "The Anonymous Venetian" (16 October 2000) #3 Case · 1994
  • 3. "Fatal Remedies" (10 October 2002) #8 Case 1999
  • 4. "A Noble Radiance" (17 October 2002) #7 Case · 1998
  • 5. "Death at La Fenice" (23 October 2003 ) #1 Case · 1992
  • 6. "Friends in High Places" (31 October 2003) #9 Case · 2000
  • 7. "The Death of Faith" – aka "Quietly in Their Sleep" (28 October 2004) #6 Case · 1997
  • 8. "Acqua Alta" – aka "Death in High Water" (11 Nov. 2004) #5 Case · 1996
  • 9. "Doctored Evidence" (13 October 2005) #13 Case · 2004
  • 10. "Uniform Justice" (10 Nov. 2005) #12 Case · 2003
  • 11. "Death in a Strange Country" (19 October 2006) #2 Case · 1993
  • 12. "A Sea of Troubles" (2 Nov. 2006) #10 Case · 2001
  • 13. "Wilful Behaviour" (15 May 2008) #11 Case · 2002
  • 14. "Blood from a Stone" (22 May 2008) #14 Case · 2005
  • 15. "Through a Glass, Darkly" (22 October 2009) #15 Case · 2006
  • 16. "Suffer the Little Children" (7 October 2010) #16 Case · 2007
  • 17. "The Girl of His Dreams" (28 Apr. 2011) #17 Case · 2008
  • 18. "About Face" (14 Apr. 2012) #18 Case · 2009
  • 19. "A Question of Belief" (11 May 2013) #19 Case · 2010
  • 20. "Rich Inheritance"

See also[edit]

Available online by subscription on MHz Choice: "Donna Leon" series--first18 broadcast,2 interviews; Donna Leon, Uwe Kockisch. Accessed 16 March 2018. German with English subtitles, and the occasional common Italian expression in Italian. Average 1.55 run time.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Commissario Brunetti- the TV series at fictional cities.co.uk; retrieved 30 June 2018

External links[edit]