The deeply relaxed days at the Eberhofer-Hof are finally numbered: The idyll is to be thoroughly optimized with a new semi-detached house. Eberhofer's (Sebastian Bezzel) long-term friend Susi drives the construction forward, together with Franz's hated brother Leopold (Gerhard Wittmann). Luckily, a new murder case soon frees the police officer Franz from the domestic chaos. A beaten jogger turns out to be village webcam girl Simone.
After much deliberation, Carl Sievers (Peter Heinrich Brix) has decided to rent a small house on Sylt. But shortly before the keys are handed over, his new landlord is murdered, of all people. The dead man is pilot Jens Hansen, who ran a flight company on Sylt. At first everything looks like an ordinary robbery-murder. But it soon becomes apparent that Hansen's middle-class life had broken.
The Swiss Carola (Nina Hoss) is vacationing in Kenya with her boyfriend Stefan (Janek Rieke). On her last day there, she meets the Samburu warrior Lemalian (Jacky Ido). Carola falls head over heels in love with him and decides to stay. Angry, Stefan leaves while the young woman follows Lemalian to his home village. She courageously accepts life in the bush and gives birth to a daughter under dramatic circumstances. Your happiness seems perfect. But when Carola tries to improve her living conditions, Lemalian sees his authority under threat and reacts with baseless jealousy.
French career banker Alexandra (Karin Viard) had just arrived in Tokyo in 2011 when the earthquake and tsunami triggered a meltdown at the Fukushima nuclear power plant. Tokyo is at risk of nuclear contamination. In the chaos that quickly sets in, the executive must decide whether to leave the country with the help of her bank like her French colleagues, or take responsibility for her Japanese employees, even if it means risking her own life.