|Original title||Rosa Roth|
|Country of production||Germany|
|Moovie - the art of entertainment GmbH|
|Episodes||31 ( list )|
|First broadcast||November 5, 1994 on ZDF|
Rosa Roth is the title of a German television crime series that was broadcast by ZDF from 1994 to 2013 . The protagonist is the detective commissioner of the same name, played by Iris Berben . With the 31st episode broadcast on October 12, 2013, the series was discontinued.
Rosa Roth is a detective with body and soul and works in Berlin . Working for the police is very personal for her, her colleagues Karin von Lomanski, Charly Kubik (took over his own department in The case of Jochen B. ) and Jürgen Röder (died in the three-part series The day will come ) are like a family for her . Together they work on a large number of cases in and around the capital, which often have an impact on their private life. As a result, The Girl from Sumy , Rosa Roth was put at Markus Körber's side as a new colleague.
Rosa Roth has been producing around two new episodes per year of Moovie the art of entertainment for ZDF since 1994 . Carlo Rola directed almost all of the episodes, and Iris Berben's son Oliver was the producer . Apart from Iris Berben, the other actors were also there for a long time from the start. Thomas Thieme replaced Jockel Tschiersch and Zacharias Preen , who had long-term roles as employees.
In 2007, the highly budgeted three-part film The Day Will Come , the highlight of the series, shows Commissioner Roth in the fight against international terrorism . Numerous well-known actors such as Mario Adorf , Jasmin Tabatabai and Ulrich Tukur appear in it, soul singer Xavier Naidoo composed his own title song for the episode.
|Rosa Roth||Iris Berben||1-31|
|Charly Kubik||Jockel Tschiersch||1-22, 24-25|
|Karin von Lomanski||Carmen-Maja Antoni||1-22, 24-31|
|Günther Zorn, criminal inspector||Gunter's lap||1-3, 5-7, 9-14, 16-22, 25-31|
|Jürgen Roeder||Zacharias Preen||1-24|
|Markus Koerber||Thomas Thieme||26-31|
|Kurt Steinkopf, chief detective||Dieter Kirchlechner||1, 7, 9-11, 19, 22|
|Dr. Schiller-Bregentz, coroner||Ernst Meincke||20-22, 26-29|
|1||In love and death||5th November 1994|
|2||lying||November 11, 1995|
|3||Lost life||January 27, 1996|
|4th||Nowhere||November 16, 1996|
|5||Monday November 26th||December 28, 1996|
|6th||The voice||November 22, 1997|
|7th||Berlin||December 27, 1997|
|8th||Jerusalem or the journey to death||December 12, 1998|
|9||Winter seed||January 16, 1999|
|10||The savior||4th December 1999|
|11||Kisses and bites||February 19, 2000|
|12||Death of a bull||December 30, 2000|
|13||Deceive your neighbor as yourself||December 29, 2001|
|14th||The billing||February 2, 2002|
|15th||Closed society||December 28, 2002|
|16||Thoughts are free||March 15, 2003|
|17th||The quiet dying of the hummingbird||December 27, 2003|
|18th||circle of friends||March 13, 2004|
|19th||Escape to the front||March 12, 2005|
|20th||In the name of the father||October 15, 2005|
|21st||In good hands||March 11, 2006|
|22-24||The day will come (3 parts)||April 23, 25 & 28, 2007|
|25th||The fall of Jochen B.||November 1, 2008|
|26th||The girl from Sumy||February 7, 2009|
|27||The deal of the day||September 18, 2010|
|28||Self-defense||17th September 2011|
|29||Am I dead?||November 19, 2011|
|30th||trauma||March 31, 2012|
|31||The shot||October 12, 2013|
The three-part film The Day Will Come was released on DVD at the same time as it was broadcast on television . On May 25, 2012, Rosa Roth Box 1 was released on DVD. It includes episodes 1-6.
In addition, the novels Rosa Roth and Rosa Roth - Lost Life were published.
- Melanie Melzer: After “Der Landarzt” and “Forsthaus Falkenau”: ZDF puts “Rosa Roth” and “Kommissar Stollberg” on . In: kress.de . October 12, 2012. Retrieved October 12, 2012.