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Nick’s Law to launch on All 4 in March

The German crime drama will launch next month.

Nick's Law
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Nick’s Law, the hit German crime drama, will launch in the UK next month on All 4.

Arriving on 3rd March 2017, Nick’s Law stars German mega star and Hollywood actor, Til Schweiger (Inglorious Basterds, The Courier, This Means War, Charlie Countryman).

Nick’s Law, set in Hamburg, is a tense; action packed series with a compelling and conflicted lead man at its heart.

Moving his family to Hamburg, Nick Tschiller (Schweiger) is hoping for a fresh start when he takes up his new role at LKA, the State Criminal Investigation Department, but it doesn’t take long before his all-guns-blazing approach to law enforcement lands him in trouble with the District Attorney Hannah Lennerts (played by Edita Malovcic).

Drawn to the most disturbing and unsettling cases, Nick and his new partner Yalcin Gümer (played by Fahri Yardim) find themselves charged with taking down the notorious Astan clan who control Hamburg’s shady underworld. While his work life plunges him deep into the world of violent crime, his home life is also escalating out of control as his marriage teeters at breaking point.

Nick’s Law is produced by Studio Hamburg for NDR, the series is written by Christoph Darnstädt and gained a record 12.5 million viewers when it premiered in Germany.

The complete box set series launches on All 4 and can be found at


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