"Souls": That's what the German mystery story is about

The mystery series "Souls" starts on November 8th on Sky and the in-house streaming service Wow and wants to continue the successful series of German productions.

"Souls": That's what the German mystery story is about

The mystery series "Souls" starts on November 8th on Sky and the in-house streaming service Wow and wants to continue the successful series of German productions. The series produced exclusively for Sky is strongly reminiscent of the surprise hit "Dark": The scenery is gloomy, different time levels play a role and the characters seem to be more than meets the eye.

In "Souls" viewers get to know the lives of seemingly complete strangers: in Stockholm, pregnant pathologist Allie (Julia Koschitz, 47, "Im Schatten der Angst") tries everything to save her beloved husband and pilot Leo (Laurence Rupp, 35, "Barbarians") to prevent a flight. In Berlin, 25-year-old Linn (Lili Epply, 27, "Tatort: ​​Conspiracy") joins a cult whose members, for a variety of reasons, desperately want to believe in life after death. And in a hospital in the middle of Germany, Hanna (Brigitte Hobmeier, 46, "Weissbier im Blut") wakes up after a serious car accident and wonders how her 14-year-old son Jacob (Aaron Kissiov, 18, "Die Wolf-Gäng") managed to save them both from drowning. When, a few days after the accident, Jacob suddenly claims to remember a past life as a pilot of a missing passenger plane, he dramatically changes the fate of the three women.

As is typical for the genre, the story of "Souls" seems rather confused and opaque. In an Instagram post, Allie actress Julia Koschitz reveals at least a few details about her character: She is "caught in a time warp" in which she tries every day to keep her husband Leo from flying. "Because only she knows that this plane is going to crash. She risks everything and never loses her sense of humor. This is just one of three fates that are mysteriously interwoven in different time levels," writes Koschitz.

"Souls" was produced by Geißendörfer Pictures ("Der Fuchs", "Tatort: ​​The Victim") on behalf of Sky Germany for Sky Studios. At the international Canneseries competition in April, "Souls" has already won two prizes - for best screenplay (Alex Eslam, Lisa van Brakel, Senad Halilbasic and Erol Yesilkaya) and best score (Dascha Dauenhauer). "Souls" celebrated its German premiere at the series camp on October 7th and was also shown at the Cologne Film Festival at the end of October.

The eight-part mystery drama can be seen every Tuesday at 8:15 p.m. on Sky Atlantic in double episodes and as a complete season on the streaming service Wow and via Sky Q on demand.

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