Ex-con Konrad Kühn (Peter Heinrich Brix) senses quick money by selling a seemingly uninhabited house on the Baltic Sea. He claims to be the sole heir, but someone lives in the supposedly uninhabited house. Clara Mensen (Katrin Röver). With her friend Valeska (Marion Kracht) she tries everything to prevent the sale. Also because Mayor Flasskamp (Tom Beck) would like to complete the deal with Kühn very quickly. He already owns the neighboring property and could finally implement his plans for a large hotel. But the two made their plan without Clara Mensen. She finds out Kühn’s true identity. And Kühn learns a secret about Clara Mensen. So the two opponents suddenly have to work together to save their own skin.

Bank teller Guy’s (Ryan Reynolds) days in Free City look the same day in and day out. When he runs into Molotov Girl (Jodie Comer) aka Millie, he learns from her that he is an NPC – a non-player character – in a computer game. At first he is shocked, but then he enjoys the fact that he can finally do whatever he wants – until Free City owner Antwan (Taika Waititi) threatens to shut down the game. Now Guy has to save his world together with Millie.

This time the professionals are the focus and reveal which moments were the most beautiful, emotional and funny for them in 16 seasons of “Let’s Dance”. Without the dancers like Ekat, Renata, Zsolt, Kathrin or Vadim, “Let’s Dance” wouldn’t be what it is. Victoria Swarovski and Daniel Hartwich lead through the best of, in which each professional shares their own personal highlight from their own “Let’s Dance” story with the viewers.

Senior public prosecutor Reuther (Rainer Hunold) is confronted with the violent death of Robert Hoffmann (Fabian Alexander Kondziolka). Together with Inspectors Schröder (Anika Baumann) and Witte (Jannik Mioducki), the aim is to solve the murder in a pharmacy. A robbery seems unlikely because there is no evidence of theft. Dr. Engel (Astrid Posner) suspects that the pharmacist was killed while on night duty. Walter Kieser (Christian Grashof) is not very shocked by the death of his son-in-law.

The unlucky hitman Ladybug (Brad Pitt) is supposed to take a suitcase full of money on a Japanese bullet train and bring it to Tokyo. What sounds like a simple job gets completely out of hand. There are a number of other killers on board who really want to spit in Ladybug’s soup.