The extended Bundschuh family experiences a lot of excitement when Gundula (Andrea Sawatzki) and Gerald Bundschuh (Axel Milberg) face each other as candidates for mayor at their new place of residence. The election campaign between Gundula and Gerald divides the family, while mother-in-law Susanne (Judy Winter) already sees herself as First Lady, brother Hadi (Stephan Grossmann) feels called upon to be a ghostwriter for Gerald's political speeches and sister-in-law Rose discovers her talent as a lay preacher. As the election date progresses, the Bundschuhs clash more and more.
The 16-year-old founder Paul Belthle, together with his father Jürgen, presents his startup Ölfreunde, which produces high-quality, cold-pressed cooking oils from local seeds. The oils are produced in their own oil mill. “Mister Food” Tillman Schulz shows his specialist knowledge during the tasting. But will there be a deal in the end?
Walter Weintraub (Ronald Zehrfeld) puzzles over who could be behind the betting fraud at the boxing match. Gereon Rath (Volker Bruch) makes a confession to Charlotte Ritter (Liv Lisa Fries), whereupon she asks him to find out more about Benni's death.
Germany's favorite presenter has already upset countless candidates with his clever manner. When the question is asked again today: 'Who wants to be a millionaire?', you can cheer along with the candidates and guess diligently.
After her training at the police school, Laura (Lisa Vicari) begins her service in the Hamburg riot police. The stressful everyday life in the hot spots of a shattered society does not leave her and the other young police officers unaffected. They numb themselves with alcohol between missions. But as Laura's group becomes more radical and their methods become more questionable, she makes a serious mistake in the operation that changes everything.