Õnne 13 is an Estonian dramatic TV series that airs on ETV. The series first aired on 30 October 1993 and was written by Astrid Reinla and as of 1996 by Teet Kallas.[1] Since 1997, the series is produced by BEC (Baltic Video ), which has also produced Pehmed ja Karvased, Kodu Keset Linna, and Ohtlik Lend.[2][3]

Õnne 13
Written byAstrid Reinla (1993–1994)
Kati Murutar (1995–1996)
Teet Kallas (1996–2011)
Urmas Lennuk (2011)
Teet Kallas (2011–2012)
Urmas Lennuk (2013–2014)
Andra Teede (2014–)
Directed byTõnis Kask (1993–2003)
Ain Prosa (2003–)
StarringKaljo Kiisk
Helgi Sallo
Luule Komissarov
Raivo E. Tamm
Theme music composerAlo Mattiisen
Ardo Ran Varres
Country of originEstonia
Original languageEstonian
No. of seasons25
No. of episodes822 (as of 24 February 2021)
Production
ProducerRaivo Suviste
Running time30 minutes
Release
Original networkETV
Original release1993 (1993)
Cafe "Tädi Anni Juures" in Nõmme, Tallinn is one of the shooting locations.

The series takes place in the fictional town of Morna and features an ensemble cast.

CastEdit

Character Played by
Alma Saarepera Helgi Sallo
Allan Peterson Raivo E. Tamm
Mare Peterson Anne Veesaar
Laine Rosenkampf-Jägerfreund Luule Komissarov
Kristan Rosenkampf-Jägerfreund Väino Aren
Jaanus Peterson Ott Aardam
Jane Peterson Maarja Jakobson

ViewershipEdit

Date Pos.1 Viewers %2
June 2017 2 320,123 21.9
April 2009 1 240,000 18.7
January 2009 2 248,000 22.5
October 2008 3 231,000 17.9
May 2008 10 161,000 12.5
November 2007 4 223,000 17.3
April 2006 2 219,000 16.9
January 2006 4 232,000 17.7
October 2005 2 217,000 16.6
April 2008 2 232,000 17.8
October 2004 3 247,000 18.1
March 2003 4 273,000
December 2002 22 210,000 18.8
November 2001 7 226,000 19.3
February 2001 6 272,000 23.3
1 Position in Estonia's viewership.
2 Percentage of total Estonian viewership watching.

From TNS Emor's Estonian TV polling.[4]

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ (in Estonian) Rainer Kerge. Vabandage, proua, kas see maja on Õnne tänav 13?. Õhtuleht, 27 September 2008.
  2. ^ "Miljonimäng" (in Estonian). Eesti Ekspress. 21 February 2009.
  3. ^ (in Estonian) Meist from BEC.ee
  4. ^ "Meediauuringud" (in Estonian). Emor. 21 February 2009.

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