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Schlüsselinformationen

Spielzeit
13 x 48′
Herkunftsland
Deutschland
Rechteinhaber
Bavaria Fernsehproduktion GmbH
Kategorien
Fiction > Serien
Fiction > Romance

Sprachvarianten

Original
Deutsch

Beschreibung

“Storm of Love“ is arguably the most watched European telenovela to date. Sold in over 25 territories (and counting), it has become a scheduling and ratings mainstay wherever it shows.

“One of the ten most successful and valuable drama series in Europe.“ (Source: Madigan Cluff and Digital TV Research 2012)

The stories the "Fürstenhof" could tell! The five-star country hotel at the foot of the Alps is perhaps the true lead star of this telenovela, a silent but solid protagonist that provides a comforting backdrop for the emotional upheavals that plague each season’s new young lovers. The series’ heart and center is the Saalfeld family – the owners of the hotel – and their employees. They are the permanent fixtures, the guides who take the viewers by the hand and pilot them through the many interconnected storylines and relationships. In each season a dramaturgically independent couple of young lovers holds center stage and, after many tears and heartbreaks, is finally able to come together and march towards the altar. Intertwined with the main protagonists are friends and relatives who build new couples that sometimes extend into another season, thus providing a sense of continuity....

Episodes 1 to 446 were produced in PAL 4:3 full frame
Episodes 447 to 1387 were produced in PAL 16:9 full frame = full height anamorphic (FHA)
From episodes 1388 on 'Storm of Love' is produced in HD

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Cast & Crew

Produzent
Bea Schmidt
Autor
Dr. Peter Süß (Chef-Autor)