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.

SOKO Leipzig is one of the most successful crime series on German television. Between 2001 and 2020, 19 seasons were already broadcast. The series is about the investigative work of the special commission of the Leipzig police. In this episode, chief commissioner Hajo Trautzschke experiences his worst case to date: a murder attack is carried out on his daughter Leni, who is doing research as a journalist in Moscow. On the phone, Hajo witnesses how she is attacked. The SOKO boss rushes to the Russian capital. Hajo knows that Leni was on a hot story and must fear that Leni was murdered.

The custom is a German television series that was broadcast from 2001 to 2006. The series always begins with an attitude towards the victim of a sexual crime that has not survived in almost all cases, a kind of music box melody runs in the background. A look back at the last few hours in the victim's life follows, and after the opening credits, the customs officials take action. In the course of the investigation, flashbacks are shown in black and white.

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.

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.

Hubertus Fahrenbach hopes that his son Joachim will take over his tailoring studio one day. But he doesn't feel like it. In the argument, Joachim leaves his father and moves in with his new friend Günter, and suddenly sits in the middle of the drug scene. When Joachim had his inheritance paid out by his father, both friends believed that they had the financial basis for their own business. But their first attempt to smuggle drugs into Germany fails. Upon returning from Bangkok, the drug is discovered by customs.

Christmas time: Ten-year-old Norbert Pfeiffer (Danny Awege) is much alone. His parents (Karin Ugowski / Klaus Hecke) are both very busy professionally, the father still has to work at home, so that both have little time for their son. Norbert loves to have a sibling. He prefers to be with his aunt Reni (Karin Düwel) and her children. When he walks to the store, he sees a stroller with a crying baby. To change the child, he takes a little walk with him. When he retired, he heard the police search request. Norbert panics and the baby in a lost house.

Margitta (Diana Urbank) is a singer in the band "Himmelblau" (Sky blue). During the day she works in her mother's boutique (Karin Ugowski). Her mother wants a solid career goal for her daughter and wants Margitta to take over her boutique later. But Margitta dreams of a great career with her boyfriend Hans (Karsten Speck). Hans takes out a private loan from the coal dealer Hertel to buy instruments for the band. As security he gives Margitta's mother's car - without her consent. He gambles too much and rides himself more and more in financial difficulties.

Olof Müller (Dietmar Burkhard) works as a cook, but without a permanent position. After helping Jenny (Andrea Meißner) and her aunt Ria (Karin Ugowski) with a car breakdown, he throws off his seasonal work and moves back to Berlin. He begins an intimate relationship with Jenny and hopes that she will support him in his planned career as a pianist, because Aunt Ria is a lecturer at the music academy and has offered him her help. Olof is now using the two women for his purposes. There is a bad awakening when Olof's real character shows up.