The widow has an ugly and lazy daughter, Pechmarie, and a beautiful and hard-working step-daughter, Goldmarie. Because Pechmarie is her real daughter, the widow clearly favors her and makes Goldmarie do all the work. Poor Goldmarie must also sit and spin all day by the well until her fingers bleed. When she tries to rinse out the spindel, it drops into the cold water. Her unsympathetic step-mother tells her to jump in after it. Goldmarie does as she is told, and then wakes up in the middle of a beautiful field of flowers.

The hottest summer in years: Meteorologist Jan returns from Oklahoma, where he has studied twisters up close, after faring a traumatic catastrophe during his dangerous research. Back in Berlin, he comes to face with his past and his ex-girlfriend Eva, who he had left behind. He clashes with his father, head of the local weather institute, and only his blind sister Sophie still seems to trust him. But no longer is Jan in town that an unusual cold front approaches the city. Immediately Jan recognizes the familiar warning signs of impending doom.

17-year-old Julian Feldhof lives with his mother Clara in an idyllic village on the Baltic Sea coast. At the age of twelve, he witnessed the murder of his father. But he can't remember anything. The killer was never found. When the architect Phillip Koch suddenly appears in the village and pretends to be looking for a suitable plot of land for a holiday settlement, Julian becomes suspicious. Clara falls in love with the stranger, but Julian is certain that the man is his father's murderer.

Vera (Anett Heilfort) has no job and no man. As is so often the case, she seeks advice from her astrologer Luna (Karin Ugowski) and is rammed by a 150-kilo man on roller blades shortly thereafter. Before she faints, she hears the erotic voice of Markus Werner calling the emergency doctor. Vera immediately fell in love with this voice and starts an extensive search for him. She and her friends all rummage Markus Werner out of the phone book, but Vera's dream man is not there. When searching, each of them will find their own "Markus Werner".

In order not to lose her wonderful house, the unemployed widow Pia Brandt forged her certificates and got a job as a private secretary. Pia is to help the noble Isabel Haberland, who wants to set up an ambitious new project with her "Foundation for Nature and Environment". That's why Pia has to keep the ladies of the good company in a good mood and gets into a skid. Even their four lively children cannot be simply retouched away.

The journalist Jürgen Loock is killed by the explosion of a car bomb. His daughter Meike narrowly escaped the attack. Is revenge the motive for the fatal attack, or did the journalist die because he was on the trail of an explosive case? When Meike discovers that her father has left her a considerable fortune, the case takes an unexpected turn. Wasn't Jürgen Loock as incorruptible as his reputation? Meike is outraged by the suspicion of the commissioners. Meike therefore decides to research on her own.

"The Men from K3" was a German crime fiction series broadcast from 1988 to 2003 in feature length about four Hamburg commissioners in a homicide commission. As a result, the haulier Moosbacher benefits from the illegal deposition of substances requiring disposal; three of Moosbacher's drivers and employees of the responsible waste disposal company are also involved in these activities. When a driver is surprised when he releases toxins, the police track down the illegal disposal companies.

Children wants to be adults. But what happens when this becomes reality through a spell. This is exactly what happens to the siblings Thomas (Alexander Milke) and Katja (Anja Humboldt). For an afternoon they can change into the shape of their parents, always hoping to be able to enjoy the "beautiful" life of the great people. But the children are immediately exposed to complications in their new life, which is why they are happy to be able to undo the "transformation" immediately and to be a child again.

Confident and firmly convinced of packing her second, new life, "blonde tiger" Biggi says goodbye to "black tango" Christa and steps in front of the gates of the house where she had to spend three years after her conviction. The girlfriend has to wait a while for her to be released. For a fresh start in freedom, she resolves to stay on the right path. After all, she wants to find her dream man. Biggi believes in her happiness and consciously seeks it every day. When she meets Eddi, it is love for both of them at first sight. They get married and Biggi is expecting a child.