German neo-noir television series, Babylon Berlin is created, written, and directed by Tom Tykwer, Achim von Borries, and Hendrik Handloegten, respectively. It is based on the novel that goes by the same name written by German author Volker Kutscher. The television series first premiered on October 13, 2017, on Sky 1 which is a German-language channel. There are three seasons of the series so far, with seasons 1 and 2 consisting of 8 episodes each and the 3rd season concluding with 12 episodes. Season 1 and 2 were released on Netflix in the US, Canada, and Australia. Now fans are speculating the release of Babylon Berlin Season 4 and here is everything that we know about it.
Babylon Berlin Season 4 Release Date
There is no official announcement for the release date of the series, but the good news is that the team is already working on the script. It is believed that the latest season would be premiered around the mid of 2021.
At first, it was rumoured that the filming of the fourth instalment would begin around June of 2020 but owing to the global pandemic it was not possible. Henk Handloegten who is the co-creator and co-director of Babylon Berlin confirmed in a statement that the third novel of Volker Kutscher, Goldstein would be the fourth season.
“We thought it was time for a bit of change and of course we are faster, and we wanted the female input. We hope if everything goes well to shoot next year again,” he said.
“The next one which is called Goldstein, and that’s the third book, will be our fourth season. That is a book that we will base a lot of storylines on,” he added.
The fourth season would continue from where it left off in season 3 that ended up in a cliff-hanger.
Set in 1929 Berlin during the Weimar Republic, it follows the story of Gereon Rath. He is a police inspector that has been assigned by Cologne and is on a secret mission to dismantle an extortion ring. The second protagonist is Charlotte Ritter who is a police clerk by day and a flapper by night inspires to be a police inspector.
Volker Bruch as Gereon Rath
Liv Lisa Fries as Charlotte Ritter
Peter Kurth as Bruno Wolter
Matthias Brandt as August Benda
Leonie Benesch as Greta Overbeck
Severija Janusauskaite as Svetlana Sorokina
Ivan Shvedoff as Alexej Kardakow
Anyone else watching #BabylonBerlin and having to remind yourself this fragile democracy's frantic, heedless plunge into a fascist abyss is a historical crime drama and not a live news feed?
— Craig Ranapia (@CMRanapia) November 21, 2020
Fritzi Haberlandt as Elizabeth Behnke
Hannah Herzsprung as Helga Rath
Lars Eidinger as Alfred Nyssen
Beunno Furmann as Oberst Wendt
Misel Maticevic as Edgar Kasabian
Ronald Zehrfeld as Walter Weintraub
Meret Becker as Esther Kasabian
The filming of the show has not commenced yet so there is no official trailer of the same.
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