SOKO München

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SOKO München
Genre Crime
Created by Dieter Schenk
Written by Conny Lens
Franz-Xaver Wendleder
Hubert Eckert
Jochen Wedegärtner
Renate Kampmann
Directed by Kai Borsche
Bodo Schwarz
Ulrich Stark
Zbynek Cerven
Starring Wilfried Klaus (1978-2009)
Werner Kreindl (1978-1992)
Bernd Herzsprung (1978-1992)
Hartmut Schreier (1992-2010)
Michel Guillaume
(1993-)
Christine Döring (2000-2008)
Bianca Hein (2006-)
Gerd Silberbauer (2008-)
Joscha Kiefer (2010-)
Theme music composer Arpad Bondy
Composer(s) Axel Kroell
Robert Fuhrmann
Robert Krolage
Country of origin  Germany
Original language(s) German
No. of seasons 40
No. of episodes 545+
Production
Executive producer(s) Eva Gerstenberg
Producer(s) Daniel van den Berg,
Joachim Kosack
Location(s) Munich, Bavaria, Germany
Cinematography Oliver-Maximilian Kraus
Matthias Papenmeier
Stefan Motzek
Editor(s) Axel Laustroer
Running time 43 Minutes
Production company(s) Elan-Film Gierke & Company (1978-)
UFA Fernsehproduktion (1978-2013)
UFA Fiction (2014-)
Distributor ZDF
ZDF Enterprises
Release
Original network ZDF
Picture format 16:9
Original release 2 January 1978 (1978-01-02)
Chronology
Related shows SOKO – Der Prozess
External links
soko5113.zdf.de
SOKO München at UFA

SOKO München is a long-running German police procedural television series. It was first aired in 1978 on 2 January. SOKO is an abbreviation of the term "Sonderkommission" (Special [Police] Commission - meaning special investigation team) in German. SOKO München is set in Munich.

Longest serving cast[edit]

  • Wilfried Klaus as Kriminalhauptkommissar Horst Schickl (381 episodes, 1978–2008)
  • Hartmut Schreier as Kriminalkommissar Manne Brand (278 episodes, 1992–2008)
  • Michel Guillaume as Kriminalkommissar Theo Renner (261 episodes, 1993–2008)
  • Werner Kreindl as Kriminalhauptkommissar Karl Göttmann (126 episodes, 1978–1992)
  • Christine Döring as Kriminaloberkommissarin Susanne von Hagenberg (118 episodes, 2000–2008)
  • Bernd Herzsprung as Kriminalobermeister Fred Less (115 episodes, 1978–2008)

Spin-offs[edit]

The first spin-off series was a twelve-part series named "Solo für Sudmann" in 1997, followed by SOKO series based in other cities in Germany and Austria:

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