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The GZSZ news of the day at a glance: A new love for GZSZ-Katrin? That’s what Ulrike Frank thinks about it +++ Yvonne Catterfeld doesn’t like to remember the beginning of her career at “GZSZ” +++

“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 they have been filming 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.

GZSZ: All the news about the successful series

19. November

Anne Menden makes a clear announcement

Anne Menden, 35, is appalled. The GZSZ star is sexually harassed online. Time and again, the 35-year-old gets pictures of men holding their best piece in the camera. Anne Menden goes way too far. In a video, she ventures her anger.

“It’s absolutely disrespectful, it’s disgusting and I can’t even think of the right word for this bottom drawer we’re in,” she describes her experience with unsolicited intimate pictures.

The motive for the disrespectful behavior of many men is incomprehensible to Anne Menden. The Berliner-by-choice makes it clear: “We don’t want that kind of stuff from you”. She settles the accounts with the gentlemen and draws conclusions: “All the messages that I have received from you in the last few days have been reported and will be displayed in the future.”

18. November

Is Katrin getting a new man at GZSZ? That’s what Ulrike Frank thinks about it

In Katrin’s (Ulrike Frank, 51) love life, things haven’t been going particularly well lately: After the death of her great love Till (Merlin Leonhardt, 32), the businesswoman never let a man into her heart. But that could change now – because construction manager Tobias (Jan Kittmann, 37) confuses her feelings quite a bit. But do they both have a chance?

GZSZ star and Katrin actress Ulrike Frank gave an assessment to RTL. “When she saw him for the first time, she thought: ‘What an interesting man’. And that impression has been confirmed. And now they are still working together,” said the actress, describing the emotional state of her role. He makes her nervous and she doesn’t know that at all, she continued.

“In fact, she is ready to get involved with this man, but she does not yet know whether he is ready,” said the 51-year-old. To sum up, it can be said: It’s complicated. Nonetheless, Ulrike is optimistic about the love life of her GZSZ character: “I am happy that a man has now come for Katrin who interests her and where she has the feeling that something could come of it. I would very much wish Katrin that she will experience love again and the chances are not bad. “

17. November

Yvonne Catterfeld: Bad memories of time at GZSZ

Yvonne Catterfeld, 40, made her breakthrough in show business around 20 years ago in “Gute Zeiten, Bad Zeiten”. But she apparently not only has positive memories of her time on the popular RTL series. From 2001 to 2005 she was seen in the role of Julia Blum in the evening series. After the shooting was over, the all-round talent fine-tuned his music career. A workload that was simply too much for the early 20-year-olds at the time.

“I drove lengthways to a café in Berlin and was wondering what they were doing. They sat there, had breakfast and had coffee,” she recalls in an interview for the ProSieben program “red”. “I was in a completely different world. I was just traveling and hadn’t been off.” The young actress rushed from appearance to photo shoot and was back on the set of GZSZ at five in the morning. “It was really weird,” she admits.

GZSZ news from last week

You can read news about GZSZ in the past few weeks here. All information about “Good times, bad times” at

Sources used: RTL, ProSieben / red, TVMovie,,


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