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    • 5x9
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      *seufz* Jules ist schwanger *freu* . Ich dachte schon, sie darf dann nicht mehr mit auf Einsätze... - eigentlich hatten die beiden nämlich ausgemacht, dass sie es dem Team sagen wollten, darauf war ich schon gespannt. Und ich könnte mir vorstellen, auch wenn sie sagte, sie könnte bis zum Ende dabei bleiben, dass sie dann eher im Hintergrund arbeiten soll...was ich sehr schade fände, Jules in Action ist die Beste...aber in der nächsten Folge kein Wort davon *bäh* . Egal die war trotzdem genial - Dean und Clark waren klasse. Mutig und clever, wie ihre Dads...und beide ihre Problemchen mit ihren Vätern, wobei Clark so einiges auspricht, was mir Sorgen macht. Ed scheint es gar nicht gut zu gehen, er hat ordentlich zu kämpfen mit dem Tod des Mädchens in der ersten Folge. *seufz* Ob er die Hilfe angenommen hatte, die ihm der Searge angeboten hatte? War nichts mehr zu hören davon...Und als Greg am Headset ausgerastet war und Dean die Standpauke gehalten hatte...oh oh. Did I miss something? *:D* Oh ja...

      Nur noch wenige Folgen dann ists zu Ende *cry* . Bis jetzt tolle Staffel *ja*

      It takes forever to find yourself
      But it only takes one second
      to forget who you are.
    • Flashpoint Team One @FlashpointTeam1
      Countdown is on. Don't miss @realhughdillon in "Fit for Duty"next week. Then the two-part finale. #Flashpoint #FPCTV bit.ly/UZ5omS

      Ok dann ist also schon in 2 Wochen Schluss *cry*

      The End of an Era: FLASHPOINT’s Mind-Blowing Two-Part Series Finale Marks the Conclusion of CTV’s Trailblazing Series, Thursday, December 6 and 13 on CTV

      – ETALK’s Ben Mulroney sits down with the entire cast on their last day on set in the all-new CTV tribute special FLASHPOINT: THE FINAL SALUTE, Dec. 13 –
      – Viewers can participate in a live online chat followed by the first-ever, live video after-show with the cast and creators on CTV.ca, Dec. 6 –
      – Fans invited to share their reflections on what the series has meant to them on CTV.ca to qualify to win exclusive FLASHPOINT memorabilia –
      – CTV hosts the ultimate FLASHPOINT finale screening experience at the TIFF Bell Lightbox in Toronto, Dec. 13 –
      The cast of CTV's FLASHPOINT

      To tweet this release: bit.ly/UZ5omS
      Toronto, ON (Nov. 22, 2012) – Five seasons. 75 episodes. Too many memories to count. Since 2008, CTV’s trailblazing series FLASHPOINT has entertained millions of viewers in Canada and all over the world. It has inspired an industry, paving the way for the hit Canadian series that have followed. And now, on Thursday, Dec. 6 and 13 at 10 p.m. ET/PT, CTV presents the much-anticipated, two-part series finale of FLASHPOINT, fittingly entitled “Keep the Peace” (visit CTV.ca to confirm local broadcast times). In the mind-blowing, not-to-be missed final episodes, Team One faces its most deadly adversary yet – a brilliant serial bomber who takes an entire city hostage. Now, more than ever, their will is put to the ultimate test in the series’ shocking conclusion – one that changes Team One forever and will go down as the most action-packed Canadian television episode in memory.

      With just three weeks to go until the final goodbye to the series, CTV is launching a massive promotional campaign that includes, on-air, radio, online and social media to generate awareness about the final farewell to FLASHPOINT. CTV invites viewers to celebrate the end of an era with the exclusive tribute special, FLASHPOINT: THE FINAL SALUTE, premiering Thursday, Dec. 13 at 7:30 p.m. ET/PT on CTV. CTV also presents complementary, interactive fan promotions, including a gala finale screening, all leading up to the highly anticipated final episode on Dec. 13.

      “Viewers will be blown away by a remarkable ending to one of the best Canadian series ever,” said Phil King, President, CTV Programming and Sports. “While Dec. 13 marks FLASHPOINT’s final episode, the memories and the legacy left behind will live on forever. A heartfelt thank you goes out to everyone who made this trailblazing series a success, and to the devoted fans who have been on this journey with us over the past five seasons.”

      **Media Note** Photography for FLASHPOINT is available online at BellMediaPR.ca

      The countdown to the final season began in May when Executive Producers Anne Marie La Traverse and Bill Mustos announced in a press release that they had chosen to end the hit series on a high note, following the conclusion of Season 5.

      Leading up to the final episode, ETALK’s Ben Mulroney sits down with series’ stars Hugh Dillon, Enrico Colantoni, Amy Jo Johnson, David Paetkau, and Sergio DiZio on their last day on set together as a group. The poignant, all-new 30-minute CTV special, FLASHPOINT: THE FINAL SALUTE premieres Thursday, Dec. 13 at 7:30 p.m. ET/PT on CTV, just hours before the final episode airs. Shot on set at “SRU Headquarters”, the cast reflect on the past five seasons, their most memorable moments, what FLASHPOINT means to them, and more.

      Immediately following Part 1 of the FLASHPOINT series finale (Dec. 6), viewers can log on to CTV.ca at 11 p.m. ET for the first-ever live video after-show with series’ stars Amy Jo Johnson, David Paetkau, Sergio Di Zio, and creators Mark Ellis and Stephanie Morgenstern. The live video stream allows viewers logged on to CTV.ca/LiveChat to watch and get their insider take on the episode and the series, while teasing the finale episode. Plus, a selection of hand-picked fan questions submitted through a live chat window starting at 10 p.m. ET will be put forward by CTV.ca to the FLASHPOINT team during the after-show, allowing for unprecedented user involvement. Before Part 2 of the series finale on Thursday, Dec. 13, visit CTV.ca/Flashpoint to view heartfelt video goodbye messages from the series’ stars.

      With just three weeks to go until the final scene, the countdown to FLASHPOINT’s landmark series finale continues on CTV.ca with an exciting new contest. Starting now, viewers are invited to share their reflections on what the series has meant to them at flashpointcontest@ctv.ca (max 250 words). CTV will pass these notes along to the cast and producers and every submission will be entered in a random weekly prize draw for exclusive FLASHPOINT memorabilia, including signed cast photos, a locations poster signed by the producers, and a signed finale episode script. With a handful of messages posted to CTV.ca each week, fans can take this opportunity to bid farewell for five great seasons of incredible memories. The contest closes on Friday, Dec. 14 at 11:59:59 p.m. ET. For more information and for full contest rules, please visit CTV.ca/Flashpoint.

      The celebration concludes Dec. 13 as CTV hosts the ultimate FLASHPOINT finale screening experience at the TIFF Bell Lightbox in Toronto. Fans will be able to watch the final two episodes hours before the live broadcast, followed by a special Q & A session with the cast and the producers. More information, including how to gain access to this exclusive event, will be available online soon at CTV.ca/Flashpoint and facebook.com/CTV.Flashpoint.

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      In the two-part series finale, entitled “Keep the Peace” (Dec. 6 and 13 at 10 p.m. ET/PT), an explosive package planted at the 911 call centre is just the beginning of the most challenging call of Team One’s career. A series of bombs in public buildings tears the city apart with terror as the Team juggles high-risk rescues, multiple defusions, and fear for its members’ own loved ones. Just as they begin to grasp the chilling truth behind the bomber’s mission, a defusion takes a shocking and tragic turn. It’s all hands on deck as Team One joins forces with firefighters, paramedics, and the military to contain a devastating threat. As Jules (Amy Jo Johnson) and Parker (Enrico Colantoni) uncover the bomber’s true and dark origins, they realize this is not a man that can be talked down. In the Team’s final showdown, tragedy and triumph collide as the peace is kept... but at a painful cost.

      FLASHPOINT stars Hugh Dillon (DURHAM COUNTY), Enrico Colantoni (VERONICA MARS), Amy Jo Johnson (FELICITY), David Paetkau (WHISTLER), Sergio Di Zio (JUST BURIED), and Olunike Adeliyi (BEING HUMAN).

      Encore presentations of the two-part finale will air Sunday, Dec. 16 from 9-11 p.m. ET/PT on CTV and Monday, Dec. 10 and 17 at 10 p.m. ET/PT on CTV Two. Viewers can also catch up on full episodes of FLASHPOINT across CTV’s digital platforms following its television broadcast on CTV.ca, the CTV App, the CTV Mobile channel, and through video on demand partners.

      Originally developed by CTV, a pilot for FLASHPOINT (then called SNIPER) was shot in 2007. In January, 2008, CBS joined on as broadcast partner before the series began principal photography in the spring of 2008. FLASHPOINT premiered on July 11, 2008 on CTV and CBS, with 1.13 million viewers in Canada, and 8.73 million viewers in the U.S. FLASHPOINT was the first Canadian series since DUE SOUTH to air in network primetime in both Canada and the United States, leading the way for several other Canadian series to head south of the border and air on U.S. networks.

      Over the next five seasons, FLASHPOINT went on to become a sure-fire hit, averaging 1.6 million viewers on CTV. FLASHPOINT has been nominated 83 times for numerous awards, including the Gemini Awards, Directors Guild of Canada Awards, Writers Guild of Canada Awards, Monte Carlo Television Festival, ACTRA and PRISM. The series has won 11 Gemini Awards, including Best Dramatic Series, Best Writing in a Dramatic Series (Mark Ellis and Stephanie Morgenstern), Best Direction in a Dramatic Series (Kelly Makin), Best Performance by an Actor in a Continuing Leading Dramatic Role (Enrico Colantoni), and Best Performance by an Actor in a Featured Supporting Role in a Dramatic Program or Mini-Series (Sergio Di Zio).

      Over the course of its 75 episodes, FLASHPOINT has been shot in more than 500 Toronto locations over 525 shoot days, covering 4,500 script pages and 7,000 scenes, written by 25 writers and featuring 925 guest actors and 2,250 extras.

      In addition to ION Television in the U.S., FLASHPOINT is also licensed in more than 100 territories worldwide, including RTL2 in Germany, Canal Plus in France and Veronica in the Netherlands.

      FLASHPOINT is produced by Pink Sky Entertainment and Avamar Entertainment in association with CTV and ION Television. Anne Marie La Traverse and Bill Mustos serve as executive producers. Co-creators/executive producers Mark Ellis and Stephanie Morgenstern helm the writing department. Trish Williams and Gosia Kamela are the CTV Production Executives working with the series. Corrie Coe is Senior Vice-President, Independent Production, Bell Media. Mike Cosentino is Senior Vice-President, Programming, CTV Networks. Phil King is President, CTV Programming and Sports. Vera and Tele Munchen are the international distributors.


      It takes forever to find yourself
      But it only takes one second
      to forget who you are.
    • 5x12 Keep the peace Part 1
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      *faint* ich bin noch völlig geflasht. Wordy bei der Hochzeit dabei und Donna auch :love: fehlte nur noch ein Bild von Lou, dann wärs perfekt gewesen. *angst* nur so Momente...Spike beim Bombenentschärfen, Jules unter dem Schutt, Eddie mit Clark, Donna *cry* Eddie, she`s gone .....usw. Mensch so nervenaufreibend wars noch nie...und das war erst der erste Teil..nächste Woche mehr...

      It takes forever to find yourself
      But it only takes one second
      to forget who you are.
    • Vorsicht Spoiler

      From tears of joy, to tears of heartbreak: ‘Flashpoint’ Finale Part 1 was as intense as they get
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      No room for peace or calm: Flashpoint’s series finale ‘outrageous and crazy,’ says Colantoni
      “For the first time, my character really has to go outside of his comfort zone,” Colantoni says about part one of the “Flashpoint” finale.

      'Flashpoint' Finale Contest: Week Two's emotional farewells and another winner
      With only two episodes left in the series, viewers from across Canada have entered the Finale contest and have been sending in their heartfelt messages to the cast of "Flashpoint."

      Get even closer to Team One with CTV.ca's 'Flashpoint' After Show on Thursday Dec. 6
      On December 6th, join series’ stars Amy Jo Johnson, David Paetkau, Sergio Di Zio, and creators Mark Ellis and Stephanie Morgenstern.

      ‘CSI:NY’s’ A.J. Buckley wants the ‘Flashpoint’ episode he guest stars in to be called, ‘Getting Blown Away by David Paetkau’
      “It’s nice to be able to play a role where you can sink your teeth into a character and unleash your mind a little bit.”

      From driving through Toronto streets at break neck speeds to being set on fire: 'Flashpoint's' craziest stunts
      For "Flashpoint's" Amy Jo Johnson, David Paetkau and Sergio Di Zio, it's just another day at the office.

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      After doing countless interviews with the cast and producers, not to mention reading several spoilers and synopses, I thought I was ready for anything when it came to the “Flashpoint” finale.

      But after watching last night’s episode, I realized nothing could have prepared me for what I was about to see.

      Warning: Spoilers ahead

      “We get married!” says Amy Jo Johnson, referring to her character Jules and David Paetkau’s character, Sam.

      “I’ve been yours since the first day,” Sam says to Jules at the altar. “I knew it was you or no one.”

      “Jules can’t even talk, she’s crying so much,” Johnson says.

      (Confession: I was bawling two minutes in!)

      Not only was Wordy (Michael Cram) sitting in the pews with the rest of Team One (who were looking very sharp indeed!) but Sam’s parents were played by Paetkau’s actual parents.

      “It was a thrill for me and them,” says Paetkau. “They got to spend some time with their grandkids and got to be in the show!”

      “I had so much fun with David, but those brats in the pews were laughing and cracking each other up,” Johnson says with a laugh about the rest of the Team One actors.

      But as soon as Sam and Jules are officially hitched and reveal to all of their guests that Jules is three months pregnant, they head straight to work.

      “Amy Jo and I were joking that we should have a line where we get to say, ‘Did you cancel the catering?’” says Paetkau with a laugh.

      The first hot call of their married life sees an explosive package planted at the 911 call centre – the “nerve centre of emergency services” and just as Spike is figuring out how to diffuse it, another bomb goes off at the Health and Welfare building, resulting in mass casualties.

      Though Spike disables the bomb at the 911 call centre, the chaos and horror of the second bomb is gut-wrenching. It’s so disorienting to see the streets of Toronto in a state of such destruction.

      And that’s not the last bomb. Another goes off at City Hall before Team One can even start figuring out who might be behind all of this. And this time, Ed’s son Clark is trapped under a collapsed parking garage.

      (Cue more tears!)

      And if that wasn’t enough, Team One is faced with even more high-risk rescues and multiple defusions. And just as they begin to grasp the chilling truth behind the bomber’s truly horrific mission, a defusion takes a shocking and tragic turn and Team One loses previous teammate and leader of Team Three, Donna Sabine(Jessica Steen).

      (It’s sobbing time).

      “We’re not in control anymore,” says Johnson about both Parts 1 and 2 of the finale. “The whole city’s being bombed and people are dying. As an actress, I get so much to do in these two final episodes.

      “We get to go to places these characters have never been able to go to before.”

      To be continued… (next week! Thursday at 10pm ET on CTV).


      It takes forever to find yourself
      But it only takes one second
      to forget who you are.
    • Finale live chat behind the scenes pictures

      Pictures posted on Twitter from the live chat during part one of the finale.

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      #FPCTV - We are just days away from seeing how #Flashpoint will end. Part 2 of "Keep the Peace", Thursday on CT

      Teil 1 war genial...Teil 2 wird bestimmt noch emotionaler *angst*

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      But it only takes one second
      to forget who you are.
    • Keept the Peace

      Good Bye Flashpoint.

      - Danke für eine der besten TV-Cop-Shows, die ich je gesehen habe.
      - Danke für die genialen Darsteller
      - Danke für eine ganz andere Perspektiven, oft sind es ganz normale Menschen, die aus einer Verzweiflung heraus zu Tätern werden
      - Danke für die Charaktere die mehr als eine Ecke haben und oft selbst an sich und ihrem Job zweifeln
      - Danke für die Musik
      - Danke für 5 Jahre Spannung, Nervenzerreisen und die eine oder andere Träne, die ich verdücken musste
      - Danke dass auch Wordy, Lou, Steve und Donna im Finale dabei sein durften
      - Danke für ein paar der genialsten Episosden, die ich nie vergessen werde...
      - Danke für ein absolut geniales Finale, ich sass mit Tränen in den Augen da

      Let`s keep the peace....

      It takes forever to find yourself
      But it only takes one second
      to forget who you are.

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    • 'Flashpoint' finale brings the city to its knees, its fans to tears and Team One to its breaking point

      How do you find an end point after 75 episodes of hostage negotiations, takedowns and bomb defusions?

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      A Team One tropical vacation might be fitting, but co-creators Stephanie Morgenstern and Mark Ellis had different plans.

      Warning: SPOILERS AHEAD!

      “We wanted to throw the biggest possible challenge to the team. We wanted to end on a note where everyone’s skills are challenged to the fullest, where there isn’t a split second for anyone to relax on the team and where ideally, there is a moment where we fear for each one of them,” says Morgenstern.

      “If you want to make something on that epic scale, you need to have explosives. A single hostage taking isn’t going to do it. We needed to bring the whole city to its knees.”

      And that’s exactly what they did.

      “I remember reading the script and I thought, ‘Really? You’re actually going to blow it all up?’” says actor Sergio Di Zio who plays Team One’s bomb expert, Spike. “And as truly horrific as it would be (in real life), as an actor, it’s kind of playing inside a crazy dream.

      “I got to play cops and robbers in the streets of Toronto. I was doing that when I was six or seven, with my mom grabbing me by my arm on the way to church, but now, I got to get dressed up in the cool pants and run around with my friends.”

      In the first part of the finale, Team 3 leader Donna Sabine (Jessica Steen) died in a bomb explosion after the city was taken siege by a lone terrorist, and Ed’s (Hugh Dillon) son Clark was trapped under the rubble from a bombed out City Hall. In the first few minutes of Part Two, Clark is rescued (whew!) but Parker (Enrico Colantoni) walks into the ravaged building, only to discover the bomb was radioactive.

      And as he goes to get tested and cleaned up, Team One is without their Sergeant, their headsets silent. It is unnerving to have a Parker-less Team One. He insists that even though he’s not with them, his hand is always on their backs.

      Jules takes on Parker’s role as lead negotiator and the team starts to track the suspect amidst the smoldering city.

      ‘What have we done to our city?’

      Where the sweeping shots of Toronto have always been inspiring, with glimpses of the lake and the CN Tower, during the finale, they are dire, with huge plumes of smoke filling the areas where the bombed out buildings used to be.

      While the show was shooting outside Toronto’s Air Canada Centre (which functions as the emergency triage centre in the finale), Morgenstern and Ellis say things started looking incredible realistic.

      “Seeing Lloyd Robertson (who returns to his news anchor chair in a cameo) projected on this huge screen with scenes of devastation unfolding behind him, that’s when it felt real to me. That’s when I thought, ‘What have we done to our city?’” says Morgenstern.

      “People were pushing their strollers with their lattes, going, ‘Oh my God, what is happening?’ It looked too real. It was chilling because this is our home and it could happen.”

      Eventually the members split off into Rapid Intervention Teams with an SRU member, a paramedic and a fire fighter to find the remaining bombs. But as the members of Team One find each bomb and relay how much time is left before they blow, Sam reveals to Spike that his bomb has just over five minutes before it blows. It very suddenly feels like Spike is right back to Season 2, with Lou standing on a landmine.

      Sweat pours down Sam’s face as Jules joins the rest of the team in yelling at him to get out. He doesn’t leave himself enough time though and when the bomb explodes, Sam’s thrown by the heat of the explosion and lies in a crumpled heap.

      But then Sam coughs and tells the rest of the team, "Trust me, you don't want to do this the hard way."

      Parker’s bomb

      When Parker realizes that the tenth and final bomb must be inside the stadium-turned-triage-station, he sets off to find it. Turns out, it’s another “dirty” bomb with just over three minutes on the timer and just as Spike is walking him through how to defuse it, Parker is shot at by the terrorist, Marcus Faber.

      In an intense shoot out, Parker still manages to cut the bomb’s wires and tell the shooter, “Your message isn’t going anywhere.” Ed manages to shoot Marcus seconds before he kills Parker.

      But even with the “subject neutralized,” he still shot Parker four times. In one of the most powerful moments on Canadian TV, Parker lies in Ed’s arms, blood pouring out of his mouth with Ed insisting, “We’re not done,” as the tears stream down his cheeks.

      One Year Later

      Team One is far from being done, indeed.

      “It was a great gift to know ‘Flashpoint’ was ending because we were able to book end the series,” reflect Ellis. “In the first season, we saw the seeds of post-traumatic stress in Ed and by the last episode, we see Ed who has gone through therapy and has emerged from dealing with his PTSD now able to cope with an incredibly difficult call, a call that really makes Ed have to step up, not just for his team, but for Parker, his best friend and for his family.”

      That said, the pair also didn’t want to tie up every single loose end. “We didn’t want to end with a sense that Team One is completely dead or decimated. We wanted a feeling of continuity and that whatever the values that we felt they embodied – compassion and humanity – that those continue.

      “We wanted a sense that everyone is on a journey somewhere.”

      Ed returns to the SRU headquarters, pausing at both the Distinguished Service Award for Team One, and the memorial for Donna on her locker. But the tension dissipates when Spike and Winnie greet him, holding hands (Yay Spike!).

      Then Jules and Sam arrive with their baby, Sadie, along with Leah, and finally Parker arrives, limping and with a cane.

      They’ve all come back together to celebrate after Parker’s retirement party.

      “Spike has come of age and finally has some wonderful stuff coming into his life,” reflects Morgenstern, adding that Jules has been mentored by Parker to be as good a negotiator as he was.

      Parker has moved on to be an SRU instructor, and Ed is now the Sergeant of Team One.

      “And Sam went from being verbally lashed by Ed in Episode 3 to a guy who can lead his own team and is as sophisticated a tactician as Ed,” says Morgenstern. Sam has been promoted to leader of Team Three.

      “It’s been so great to have them all grow,” Ellis says.

      “There’s a sense of forward momentum that the show ends with and anything else would’ve felt like a betrayal,” says Morgenstern. “We didn’t want to see our beloved characters stop what they’re so good at.”

      Though Di Zio says ending “Flashpoint” was bittersweet, he does say shooting his final scene was one of the most powerful memories he’ll take with him. “On my last day of shooting, I ended up on a rooftop, trying to help my team from up there. I got to look out on Toronto, by myself.

      “You walk in on the series on your own, and you leave the series on your own, too. But I got to be up there, looking down at what was our playground for the last five years.”

      Full episodes of "Flashpoint" are available online at CTV.ca.


      It takes forever to find yourself
      But it only takes one second
      to forget who you are.
    • angelinchains schrieb:

      Was hab ich bei der letzten Folge geheult! Toller Abschluss für eine gute Serie. Hätte ruhig noch weiter laufen können.

      RTL2 sendet jeden Mittwoch in der Nacht 2 Folgen. Aber nach der 4.Staffel haben sie wieder bei Folge 1 angefangen. Ich hoffe mal, sie zeigen die Serie weiter, wenn die 5. Staffel auf Sky gelaufen ist.
      Ich mag Flashpoint auch total! *thumps*
    • Kate schrieb:

      Und es war ein schönes ende und ich hab so richtig lust bekommen das wieder die 1 staffel gezeigt wird, aber zur zeit wird immer nur ab der 2 staffel gesendet :(

      Das ist nicht richtig. RTL2 hat gerade die erste Staffel wiederholt. Ich hab sie mir noch mal angeschaut. Damit hab ich die Erste Episode (Skorpion) jetzt zum 3. Mal gesehen.

      Nächsten Mittwoch laufen die Folgen 1-13 und 2-01 bei RTL2.
    • Melinda schrieb:

      Kate schrieb:

      Und es war ein schönes ende und ich hab so richtig lust bekommen das wieder die 1 staffel gezeigt wird, aber zur zeit wird immer nur ab der 2 staffel gesendet :(

      Das ist nicht richtig. RTL2 hat gerade die erste Staffel wiederholt. Ich hab sie mir noch mal angeschaut. Damit hab ich die Erste Episode (Skorpion) jetzt zum 3. Mal gesehen.

      Nächsten Mittwoch laufen die Folgen 1-13 und 2-01 bei RTL2.

      oh danke und menno dann hab ich es verpasst :(