The 4th season: Kalle, Marek Erhardt, Sabine Kaack and Mike Hoffmann investigate in Flensburg – when this squad goes on patrol, excitement and fun are guaranteed.
Starting on October 2, 2010, Kalle, the smart Parson Russell Terrier, will convict petty criminals in Flensburg in the 4th season on Saturday evenings on ZDF. The crime family series entertains with exciting criminal cases and funny, emotional stories from the Andresens’ family life.
At the center is a likeable buddy team: Flensburg police officers Olli (Marek Erhardt) and Oskar (Mike Hoffmann) are simply unbeatable with the little hero Kalle. When this squad goes on patrol, excitement and fun are guaranteed for the audience. They are supported by Pia (Sabine Kaack), the precinct commander with the golden heart. She not only has to keep her colleagues at the station under control, but also her family. Her husband Stefan (Burkhard Schmeer), a journalist for the Flensburger Rundschau, tries to profit from Pia’s cases for his articles. And Pia’s children Merle (Iris Mareike Steen) and Hanno (Julius Römer) bravely face the pitfalls of growing up, but often need the help of family friend Kostas (Rudy Ruggiero) when they mess up again. The chaotic Greek is – as he so often is – definitely on the verge of the ultimate business idea.
The series “Da kommt Kalle” has been broadcast since 2006 in the family series slot on Saturdays at 7.25 p.m. on ZDF. Last year, an average of 3.84 million viewers watched the 13 episodes of the third season, which meant a market share of 15.8 percent. The directors for the fourth season include Patrick Winczewski and Bodo Schwarz. The scripts were written by Neithardt Riedel, Klaus Rohne, Anna Dokoupilova, Mathias Aicher, Scarlett Kleint & Michael Illner, Andreas Quetsch & Jörg Fischer and Lars Albaum. “Da kommt Kalle” is a production of Network Movie, Hamburg. Producer: Jutta Lieck-Klenke. Producer of the 4th season: Nina Tanneberger, Junior Producer: Julia Nemitz. The ZDF editors responsible are Barbara Biermann and Dagmar Ungureit.