|Will Isa Jank return in her role as 'Clarissa von Anstetten'? |
No, she won't. After it was official that Isa will leave the telenovela Wege zum Glück in fall 2008, there were many rumors about a return of the fan favorite character. But soon later, her management said this rumors are definitely false and Isa Jank is not planning to return to Verbotene Liebe.
|Does Castle Königsbrunn really exsist? |
Yes and no. The set of Königsbrunn, which is the home of the aristocratic Lahnstein family since the fall 2003, is a studio set. The scenes that are filmed in front of Königsbrunn is really the Castle Ehreshoven in Engelskirchen, a little village near Cologne.
|Who sings the VL theme song? |
The Verbotene Liebe theme song is a song of the group The Wanderer.
|Who was the first gay character on the show? |
Over the years, Verbotene Liebe became the daily soap in Germany with the most gay story lines. The first gay character was 'Gero von Sterneck', who was the boyfriend to 'Julia von Anstetten' in the beginning of the show. Later, both even wanted to get married, but 'Gero' had his coming out before.
|Who was the first character who died on the show? |
It was 'Fritz Konrad', owner of a fitness center. He was found dead in his office in the second episode. Prime suspect became 'Jan Brandner', who was found by a guest of the center over the dead body.
|Which role was most recasted? |
The role of 'Henning von Anstetten'. The young count and heir to the Anstetten fortune was first played by actor Markus Hoffmann for the first 260 episodes from January 1995 to February 1996. 'Henning' returned in 1998 with actor Hendrik Martz, who played the role for two years to April 2000. Right after Martz, the role was taken over by Patrik Fichte, who played the role for another two and a half years and became the longest portrayer of the role. With Fichte's departure in November 2000, Henning died, but remains until now as the most recasted role in the Verbotene Liebe history.