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The Net - Promised Land

Episode #1.8 (Season 1, Episode 8)
TV Episode | 48 min | Crime, Drama, Thriller

Lea Brandstätter uncovered the criminal machinations of the scouting agency down to the last abyss. In Zurich, she makes a deal with Leco: the incriminating documents in exchange for rim builders. Leco shamelessly uses an emotionally ...See moreLea Brandstätter uncovered the criminal machinations of the scouting agency down to the last abyss. In Zurich, she makes a deal with Leco: the incriminating documents in exchange for rim builders. Leco shamelessly uses an emotionally staged press conference to reposition his World League, he exposes rim builders and discredits Hoffmann, who failed in Ghana. Meanwhile, Marcel discovers a house in Assipovichy where two black boys are being forced to take pornographic pictures. Mikhail takes out the hitmen and Marcel frees the boys - former TalentAgency players who have incriminating videos against rim builders and a confession from David. Lea flies to Accra with one of the players to force a confession from Felsenbauer. The World Cup begins outside and the rehabilitated President Leco carries the trophy into the World Cup stadium as if nothing had happened. Written by ADR Das Erste See less
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Lukas Baier (dramaturgical assistance) | Moritz Herzogenberg (dramaturgical assistance) | Adrian Jager (dramaturgical assistance) | Paul Porenta (dramaturgical assistance)
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Updated Oct 21, 2022

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Oct 21, 2022 (Germany)

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