“crime scene”: Nemec and Wachtveitl stop

“crime scene”: Nemec and Wachtveitl stop
The Munich “Tatort” team Leitmayr/Batic is quitting.
Image: ORF

After more than three decades, the actors Miroslav Nemec (69) and Udo Wachtveitl (65), both of whom also live privately in Munich, say goodbye.

Your 100th case will be the last for commissioners Ivo Batic (Nemec) and Franz Leitmayr (Wachtveitl). Bayerischer Rundfunk announced this on Wednesday.

Her final case runs in 2025

So far, the duo has investigated 93 cases, making the Munich team more than anyone else “crime scene”-Team. According to the broadcaster, the remaining episodes with the duo will run this year and 2025. Two episodes have already been filmed, five are to follow afterwards. “With this, the commissioners say goodbye to the service after 35 years and 100 cases”.

“As crime scene chief inspectors, Udo and I have seen off some real police colleagues and a Munich police chief in their retirement over the past few years. They were all a little younger than us. A good reason for us to also say hello at some point”said Nemec. Wachtveitl called his “crime scene”-Engagement “the longest messy relationship I’ve ever had”.

The Munich team is one of the longest-serving “crime scene”-commissioners at all. In 1991 her first case was broadcast. Only Ulrike Folkerts, the Ludwigshafen investigator, has been on duty for two years longer, but has had fewer cases. The next “crime scene” the Munich, “The wounderchild”, can be seen on February 2nd (8:15 p.m., ORF 2). As happened after the era of Nemec and Wachtveitl “crime scene” Munich continues, the station left it open on Wednesday.

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