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Babylon Berlin is one of the most critically acclaimed European television shows of the decade, a sumptuously paranoid thriller set in 1929 Berlin, a metropolis in turmoil.
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In 1929, a freight train traveling from the Soviet Union is hijacked. Meanwhile, Chief Inspector Gereon Rath from Cologne pursues a mission in Berlin.
While interrogating König, Rath loses control of the situation. Charlotte moonlights to make ends meet. An alter ego commits a betrayal.
The freight train arrives in Berlin. Tempers explode in Charlotte's household. Aspiring inspector Jänicke makes use of a surprising skill.
At the May Day protest, police action spirals out of control. A body is found in a canal. An unsuspecting Svetlana returns to her apartment.
Kardakow realizes his first instinct was correct. A photo enlargement yields two leads. Rath and Charlotte get key intel from a colorful character.
Rath confesses to a priest -- and later to Wolter. Charlotte charms medical student Rudi into performing a secret autopsy, which uncovers a vital clue.
Rath's pharmacist gets shady instructions. Rath learns who's behind the train smuggling operation and why, and recalls the last time he saw his brother.
Greta goes on a romantic outing with Fritz. Krajewski finally reveals where the film is hidden. A new patient is brought to Dr. Schmidt for treatment.
A mass grave is found in the woods. Charlotte's sister Toni makes a troubling discovery. A meeting with Homicide leads Rath to a dreadful realization.
Jänicke spots a match that leads to two suspects in the Red Fortress massacre. Blackmail and bribes fuel a Soviet-German tug-of-war over the train.
Trochin transacts his deal with Benda. Moritz snoops in Wolter's cellar. Rath and photographer Gräf gather proof of a secret air force base in Lipetsk.
The ballistics report in a police officer's murder casts suspicion on two colleagues. While her employers are out, Greta steals a moment with Fritz.
Greta witnesses a horrifying scene. In police custody, the Black Reichswehr leaders are visited by a collaborator. Charlotte fights for survival.
A radio announcement makes Rath realize what the Black Reichswehr is planning. Charlotte stumbles upon a find that she hopes will save her life.
Defying Benda's orders, Rath and Charlotte race to intercept the train. Helga speaks her mind at a memorial. Greta participates in a vengeful plot.
Greatly outnumbered, Rath, Henning and Czerwinski use their wits to fight their foes. Svetlana is tracked down. Dr. Schmidt forces a truth to be seen.