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legal form GmbH & Co. KG
founding 1998
Seat Cologne
Branch watch TV
Website www.imfernsehen.de

The imfernsehen GmbH & Co. KG is a German company , the number of sites on television operates. According to the company, it generates over 24 million page views per month.



Fernsehserien.de contains a database of over 33,000 television series and programs. This includes, among other things, short descriptions of the series or programs, information on broadcasting, broadcast dates and publication, information on the cast and the production team, link collections e.g. B. on streaming offers or partner sites, comment functions, information about additional publications and merchandise and an episode guide . The website cooperates with individual television broadcasters and media companies. The website also publishes television news and reviews. According to the company, it reaches around 4.5 million users and 22 million page views per month.

TV wish list

TV Wishlist describes itself as an interactive portal for viewer wishes. The offer, which grew out of a mailing list, celebrated its 20th birthday in 2018. As of December 31, 2018, the site had more than 36,000 series, more than 60,000 films and up to 6 million visitors a month with over 10 million page views in association with fernsehserien.de . In addition, there are more than 868,000 registered users with at least one series start notification and over 277,000 subscribers to the weekly newsletter.


tvforen.de is an internet forum in which one can exchange opinions on the subject of television and in which questions can be asked. According to the company, there are 49,000 registered users. According to the company, there are 55,000 users and 300,000 page views a month.


The site broadcasts a monthly online stream about old TV series. The program is led by the moderator Paddy Kroetz and the television expert Henning Harperath. Using old television magazines, highlights and curiosities in television history are sought and examined with excerpts from the respective programs as well as background information about the two people. According to the company, 7,000 users and 20,000 page views are achieved each month.


The site describes itself as a cult portal for old TV series and offers information, images and videos on cult series from the 1970s, 1980s and 1990s. According to the company, the website reaches 10,000 users and 28,000 page views per month.

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Individual evidence

  1. Ralf Schönfeldt: 20 Years of TV Wish List. In: wunschliste.de. December 31, 2018, accessed September 26, 2019 .