Saturday, May 2, 2020

PREMIUM SPOTLIGHT ON DAS BOOT WW2 EPIC TV SERIES SEASON 2 WITH TOM WLASCHIHA, VICKY KRIEPS, THOMAS KRETSCHMANN, VINCENT KARTHEISER

'DAS BOOT' SEASON 2
The second season is already airing in Germany
READY TO AIR THIS SPRING!
Back in 2018 your trusted spy was among the first ones to inform you about Sky's award winning DAS BOOT World War II series which proved to be a big success for the production company airing on Sky's channels around Europe and Hulu in USA. Now the series is back with the second season which is airing right now on Sky Germany and will air this month on cable channels around Europe too and Sky's channels in Austria, Italy, UK and Ireland. Beside Tom Wlaschiha, Vicky Krieps, Rick Okon, Vincent Kartheiser, the eight episode second season will also have Thomas
Tom Wlaschiha returns as the head of the Gestapo
 Kretschmann as the new addition to the cast! Speaking of epic, stay tuned this weekend for Hollywood Spy's Wildly Extensive List of Period Set Shows we can expect in 2020 albeit corona lockdown.
 The 2nd Season Of Das Boot
is set in December 1942. We meet the very experienced U-boat ace Johannes von Reinhartz (Clemens Schick) who is sent with U-822 on a secret mission
German superstar Thomas Kretschmann joins the cast
to the US East Coast in order to disembark three saboteurs. His loyalty is questioned and U-612, with its Commanding Officer Wrangel (Stefan
German actor Rick Okon returns as the submarine officer
Konarske), is sent in pursuit. Former U-612 Commanding Officer Hoffmann (Rick Okon) narrowly escaped death in the Atlantic Ocean. In New York he finds shelter with Sam Greenwood (Vincent Kartheiser), who owes his life
German superstar Clemens Schick leads the cast of the second season
to Hoffmann, and meets the sleazy German-born lawyer Berger (Thomas Kretschmann). Will he enable him to return to Germany? Back in La Rochelle, Simone (Vicky Krieps) is still secretly helping those affected by the
The first season was sold to more than 100 countries and was so successful that Sky ordered the second season after airing the first episode of the first one.
Nazi occupation, and Forster (Tom Wlaschiha), Head of the Gestapo, suspects as much, as Simone and her roommate Margot (Fleur Geffrier) work to secure an escape route for a Jewish family.

12 comments:

  1. Uniform just adds that special somethin'...

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    1. The caps look very good with a beard and a moustache. I wonder what they did when they got lonely in submarines....

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    2. My thoughts exactly! Isolation does its thing and it's gotta be magical, baby.

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    3. Wish they'd live stream it for us LOL

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  2. Ugh, imagine sailing the seas for weeks at a time and almost losing your life to drowning? That has to be one of the worst ways to go. I never understood the fascination or attraction that some people have with water.

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    1. I'd prefer to stay as far away from it as possible.

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  3. I haven't even watched Season 1 yet! I better get my skates on.

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    1. It had just eight episodes, so it is not a massive binge material.

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  4. I forgot about this one. Now that I have Hulu, I'll have to add it to Jason's queue.

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    1. The series is in English, don't let the trailer fool you, we just don't have English trailer available yet.

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  5. Been watching lots of foreign series lately with English subtitles so this is right up my alley. There is something about watching World War II themes spoken in German language, it feels eerily like transporting back in time to being actually there.

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    1. I think the international version is done in English, this is just German trailer as the second season airs there first and we still don't have an English language one. Most of those big epic shows these days are done in English for better sales. Sometimes they will even shoot the same scenes in both languages, but usually they just dubbed them for the local audiences (like Versailles in France or Medici in Italy). Some countries, though, are very particular about their language and will not use English even when they plan to sell shows abroad, Spain, Germany and Russia are among those.

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