The ZDF series "Die Karte mit dem Luchskopf" proved that women have mastered the crime genre. Unfortunately, the crime production does not reach the same level.
Kai Frohlich (l.) founds the private detective agency Luchs together with her aunt Viktoria Photo: PIDAX
Der Spiegel is also wrong. In 1967, the Hamburg news magazine noted that Emma Peel from the British TV series "With Umbrella, Charm and Bowler Hat" had broken the "male monopoly on fighting crime." This was not true of Great Britain, and in the Federal Republic, too, the agent, who is quick-witted in every respect, had a predecessor who was no less clever: Kai Frohlich (Kai Fischer) from the series "Die Karte mit dem Luchskopf" ("The Card with the Lynx Head").