Best new German TV Shows in 2019 & 2018 (Netflix, Prime, Hulu & TV List)
List of the latest German TV series in 2019 on tv and the best German TV series of 2018 & the 2010's. Top German TV series to watch on Netflix, Hulu, Amazon Prime & other Streaming services, out on DVD/Blu-ray or on tv right now.
New German TV series in 2019
Top series up for release in 2019
Best German TV series on Netflix, Amazon Prime, Hulu or DVD in 2019
2018, 2017 & the 2010's best rated German TV series out on DVD, Bluray or streaming on VOD (Netflix, Amazon Prime & Hulu).
CREATOR: N/A CAST: Vicky Krieps, Tom Wlaschiha, Thierry Frémont, August WittgensteinMany Consider Das Boot the best German War movie of all time. It was already released as a TV Mini series in the nineties, but now it's gets it own sequel as a series. Watch the trailer of Das Boot RELEASE DATE: December 9th, 2019 Netflix | Amazon | All Release dates
CREATOR: Eva Kranenburg CAST: Friederike Becht, Wotan Wilke Möhring & Juergen MaurerWho does not know the famous novel Das Parfum. This German Netflix Production, Perfume, is inspired by it, but is set in a modern day setting. When a singer is found murdered, with her scent glands excised from her body, detectives probe a group of friends who attended boarding school with her. Watch the trailer of Parfum Stream Parfum via: 'RELEASE DATE: December 9th, 2019 Netflix | Amazon | All Release dates
CREATOR: Baran bo Odar & Jantje Friese CAST: Karoline Eichhorn, Louis Hofmann, Jördis Triebel, Maja SchöneProbably the best thing to come from German television since Generation War. This original Netflix time travel show is about a quiet German town where kids are disappearing. But this has happened before - it is as if the past, 33 years ago, is repeating itself. The show is often compared to Stranger things, but then darker. We believe this is a bit of a marketing trick, but fans of Stranger things will surely also enjoy this. Watch the trailer of Dark Stream Dark via: RATING: 94/100 RELEASE DATE: December 1st, 2017 Netflix | Amazon | All Release dates
CREATOR: Tom Tykwer CAST: Volker Bruch, Liv Lisa Fries & Peter KurthA historical crime drama bout Berlin during the social and political changes of the Golden Twenties, and a new police commissioner that just moved there from Cologne. It's a creation by Tom Tykwer (Sci-fi movie Cloud Atlas) which means that we are rather excited to see yet another film director go television, even in Europe now. The second season is already scheduled, so it seems a rather serious project (and a $40 million budget). Watch the trailer of Babylon Berlin Stream Babylon Berlin via: RATING: 80/100 RELEASE DATE: January 15th, 2017 Netflix | Amazon | All Release dates
CREATOR: Hanno Hackfort, Bob Konrad, Richard Kropf CAST: Matthias Schweighöfer, Tom Beck & Edin HasanovicA man's life falls apart when is the target of a cyber attack and all his personal data gets hacked, and he is made to look part of a eco-terrorism organization. One of the first German tv shows created by Amazon Germany. Might be the show of the year for Germany. Watch the trailer of You are Wanted Stream You are Wanted via: 'RATING: 64/100 RELEASE DATE: January 15th, 2017 Netflix | Amazon | All Release dates
CREATOR: Dominik Graf CAST: Max Riemelt, Ronald Zehrfeld & Marie BäumerMarek, a cop of Russian descent, is looking for the murderer of his brother. Jelena came to Berlin to find work but ends up as a prostitute. They both get drawn into a power struggle within the Russian maffia. Watch the trailer of Im Angesicht des Verbrechens Stream Im Angesicht des Verbrechens via: 'RATING: 82/100 RELEASE DATE: April 27th, 2010 Netflix | Amazon | All Release dates
CREATOR: Anna LeVine & Jörg Winger CAST: Jonas Nay, Maria Schrader, Florence Kasumba, Sylvester GrothA young guy is asked to infiltrate the Army of West Germany. It soon turns out spy work is not that easy, as he struggles to protect his cover. Watch the trailer of Deutschland 86 Stream Deutschland 86 via: RELEASE DATE: December 9th, 2019 Netflix | Amazon | All Release dates
Germany has a very rich cinema culture, which should mean that good German series aren’t hard to find. Good shows have been made indeed, yet somehow the Germans keep their series mostly to themselves. Here’s what’s interesting.