Starting today ProSieben is showing one of the best series of recent years completely on free TV for the first time

Starting today: tv is showing one of the best series of recent years completely on free TV for the first time

In recent years, the German series landscape has produced some surprising pearls. Right at the front is the gangster story “4 Blocks”, which is now running on tv – including the third and final season.

Fortunately, the ongoing quality offensive in the series sector has not passed by in Germany, as some large and small productions in the recent past have shown. When talking about “Dark”, “Babylon Berlin” and Co., “4 Blocks” should of course not be missing.

The three seasons of the award-winning thriller series about the head of an Arab gangster clan (Kida Khodr Ramadan) who want to turn their backs on the life of criminals only to be dragged even deeper into a vortex of violence belonged to their authentically dirty one Flair, the cryptic characters and the great cast for us in 2017, 2018 and 2019, each of the best series of the year.

And now you finally get the opportunity to watch the series highlight in full on free TV:

tv will be showing all three seasons of “4 Blocks” from July 31, 2020, every Friday from around 11 p.m.

tv will be showing all three seasons of “4 Blocks” from July 31, 2020, every Friday from around 11 p.m.

The first two seasons, which ran some time ago on ZDFneo, will be shown in double episodes, the six episodes of season 3 will then be shown on free TV for the first time on September 11 and 18, each in a three-pack.

From the stream to the Blu-ray: This is MOVIE 4k you can also watch “4 Blocks”

“4 Blocks” is an in-house production of the pay-TV broadcaster TNT, where the series premiered from 2017 to 2019 (it was also available on Sky Ticket at the same time). If you missed the series at the time and want to watch it more flexibly than the tv broadcast at a later hour, you now have a few other options:

DVD and Blu-ray:
Amazon Prime Video:
Joyn:

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