Stephan Zinner becomes a series star alongside the Munich “police call”.

In the Munich “Polizeiruf 110” Stephan Zinner can be seen as co-investigator Dennis Eden. Another joint case with Commissioner Eyckhoff is to follow.

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  • Stephan Zinner embodies the co-investigator Dennis Eden in Munich’s “Polizeiruf 110”.
  • Another case is planned for the fall.

In the Munich “Polizeiruf 110: The light that the dead see” (May 15, 8:15 p.m., the first), the Bavarian actor Stephan Zinner (47) can be seen again as co-investigator Dennis Eden.

A third case is planned. This was spot on news from Bayerischer Rundfunk. “Verena Altenberger will probably shoot her sixth case in the fall”. This is what the broadcaster says.

“Heaven, Lord, Sacrament” by cult director Franz Xaver Bogner

And there is more exciting TV news about the former Nockherberg star. Zinner embodied the CSU politician Markus Söder (55) from 2004. This at the traditional Singspiel on the occasion of the strong beer tapping and announced his farewell in autumn 2021.

Because since May 9th (until July 21st) he has been shooting a new series with cult director Franz Xaver Bogner (73) in and around Munich.

“Heaven, Lord God, Sacrament” is the name of the six-part. It follows successful formats such as “Family Meier” (1981-1983), “Somehow and Something” (1986), “Café Meineid” (1990-2003) and “München 7” (2003-2011).

“Himmel, Herrgott, Sakrament” is based on the non-fiction book of the same name by Pastor Rainer Maria Schiessler (61). He leads the Catholic parish of St. Maximilian in Munich. “Schiessler is firm in his faith, but also openly criticizes the Catholic Church.”

This is what it says in the start of shooting message from the station. The screenplays for the series were created based on his book by Bogner, Marcus Pfeiffer (“Beckenrand Sheriff”) and Stefan Betz (52, Munich-“Tatort”).

That’s what the series “Heaven, Lord, Sacrament” is about

After happy years as a pastor in the country, Hans Reiser (Zinner) takes over a problem congregation in Munich: His new church is utterly empty and leaving the church is the order of the day. But Reiser wants to change that.

He would like to fill the community with life again with his cosmopolitan, people-oriented manner. He also relies on unconventional methods. Pastor Reiser quickly becomes acquainted with the single mother Lisa Kirchberger (Anne Schäfer, 43), who is living apart.

Pastor Reiser soon had his first successes. For the cardinal (Erwin Steinhauer, 70), however, his protégé’s zeal for reform always goes too far. Although Pastor Reiser himself sometimes doubts his path and even his faith, he doesn’t give up…

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