GZSZ fans run storm: “Totally stupid” – this story causes displeasure

GZSZ fans run storm
Which story they now find “completely stupid”

John (Felix von Jascheroff, l.), Jonas (Felix van Deventer, M.), Felix (Thaddäus Meilinger)

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Current GZSZ news in the GALA ticker: GZSZ fans criticize current developments around Felix and Nazan.

“Good times, bad times” (GZSZ): data and facts

  • The first episode of “Good Times, Bad Times” (GZSZ) was broadcast on May 11, 1992.
  • Filming for GZSZ began on March 16, 1992, initially in the Berlin Union Film Studios in Berlin-Tempelhof.
  • In 1995 the GZSZ crew moved to Potsdam, where filming has been taking place in Babelsberg ever since.
  • In the Babelsberg studio – the oldest film studio in the world – over 5500 broadcast GZSZ episodes have been produced to date.
  • The episodes are always produced seven weeks in advance.
  • “Good times, bad times” runs Monday to Friday at 7.40 p.m. on RTL.

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August 30, 2021

This GZSZ story causes a lot of displeasure among the fans

In order for Thaddäus Meilinger, 39, to start his well-deserved GZSZ break to spend more time with his family, the makers of the popular Daily had to come up with a story of how his role Felix left the neighborhood for the time being – but this development hits the fans mad at. Shortly before the wedding, Felix Nazan (Vildan Cirpan, 30) cheats! On Instagram, the users are in storm.

“The authors are doing what they do best again: write couples apart. I find the end of Nazan and Felix impossible. It was such a great story and to write Felix out in this way for his break, I find it very poorly resolved.” , criticizes a viewer. “Felix’s departure from the series is tasteless,” says another. And this Instagram user sums up the cheating situation as follows: “The story about Nazan and Felix and his exit is just completely stupid”.

How Nazan coped with Felix’s betrayal and the resulting flight from Berlin, the audience can find out: inside “Gute Zeiten, Bad Zeiten”, Monday to Friday from 7.40 p.m. on RTL or anytime on TVNOW.

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