The latest, the 25th series brings viewers a hill of change.
Author: TV awning
Get ready for a furious premiere! On Monday, Markíza TV will start broadcasting the latest, already incredible, 25th series. However, the new parts will be completely different except for one thing. The iconic character of Investigator Semira remains.
Cobra 11 is unique in Europe, has been shown on screens since 1996 and the end is still in sight. The German series is characterized by a constant change of line-up, but has one regularly. The crime scene would likely end with Semir Gerkhan (Erdoğan Atalay) vaporizing, but he’s also going nowhere in the 25th series. RTL home television has been preparing revolutionary changes for viewers as part of the new season.
And Slovaks will have the opportunity to see them Monday (December 7) through Friday in Markíza from 11:40 am or in the early evening replay at 5:55 pm on Dajto television.
In the latest series next to Semir’s side, the audience sees a female heroine! Commissioner Vicky Reisinger will take on the role of the young 31-year-old actress Pia Stutzenstein, who first had to endure many casting rounds. The actress immediately sat down with her seasoned acting colleague and is excited about working on the series: “I’ve known Cobra 11 since I was a kid, so I’m all the happier to be a part of it – even as the first woman to do so. played on Erdogan’s side. Finally I can prove that women can be action-packed too, “she said.
In the Slovak version, actress Petra Vajdová will vote for Commissioner Vicky.
And what does Erdogan say about his new partner? “The stories in Cobra 11 have been built on a central couple for years, and we agreed with the creators that the time was right for a female partner. In Pie we found a strong female heroine with incredible character. Action,” he said .
Check out the latest action trailer for the latest Cobra 11 series, which will convince you that this series is definitely not the old iron and that you want to see new parts!
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