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New commissioner in Dortmund's "crime scene" is a blank slate

New commissioner in Dortmund's "crime scene" is a blank slate

Picture: © ARD / SF DRS / ORF / WDR
Picture: © ARD / SF DRS / ORF / WDR

An actress who has so far been little known to television audiences will be the new TV commissioner at the “Tatort” in Dortmund.

With the start of filming for the next episode “Heile Welt”, 32-year-old Stefanie Reinsperger was the first to identify as Commissioner Rosa Herzog, the WDR announced on Wednesday. She will have to exist alongside Peter Faber (Jörg Hartmann), Martina Bönisch (Anna Schudt) and Jan Pawlak (Rick Okon).

She was “thankful for this opportunity and opportunity,” the broadcaster quoted the actress. So far, she has mainly been on stage at theaters – for example in Vienna, Düsseldorf or Berlin. Reinsperger succeeds Nora Dalay as Rosa Herzog. Actress Aylin Tezel announced her retirement in 2019 to face new artistic challenges.

In the case of a premiere for Rosa Herzog, the charred body of a young woman is discovered after a fire in the basement of a high-rise housing estate. The new girl quickly realizes that the victim has been killed. During the investigation, the team of four is faced with racism, police violence and fake news.

Broadcast date in the first will be 2021.

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  • Crime scene logo opening credits: © ARD / SF DRS / ORF / WDR

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