Barátok közt is about the Berényi family environment and everyday stories every day. Several decades ago, a group of children with special fate intertwined and inseparable thread, where a rigid and "bureaucratic" left them in institutional care. Deep friendships have been formed between them, which has stood the test of time and have ambitious dreams parent. They lived during the intervening years, a variety of levels of success and failure. Built a career, a family founded, had children, divorced. Some have not even thought that later on they will live in a house. In a shocking and tragic event root overthrew Nicholas, Andrew, Nora, Zsuzsa Laszlo Gabi and killed when Zoltán Berényi (who continue Berényi Susan Andrew's secret love affair with his wife), Nicholas and Andrew, the eldest brother.

Barátok közt - Netflix

Type: Scripted

Languages: Hungarian

Status: Running

Runtime: 12 minutes

Premier: 1998-10-26

Barátok közt - RTL Klub - Netflix

RTL Klub is a television station (M-RTL Zrt.) owned by RTL Group and broadcast in Hungary. It was one of Hungary's first commercial TV channels and was only three days after the main rival TV2 to begin broadcasting.

Barátok közt - Cool TV - Netflix

Originally Cool TV had the target audience of 15–29 urban youths who love music, externals, clothes, trendy lifestyle and extravagance. The channel was launched in 2003 and it is available in 2.5 million households. The channel is on a 24/7 broadcast schedule, targeting audience not only during the day, but during the night as well. Cool TV airs reruns of series RTL Klub originally purchased or produced as well as series targeting today's youth. These include: South Park, Married... with Children (Egy rém rendes család), 24, Footballer's Wives (Futbalista feleségek), The L Word (L), Queer as Folk (A fiúk a klubból), The Unit (Az egység), Dead Like Me (Haláli hullák), Weeds (Spangli), Skins (Skins), Desperate Housewives (Született feleségek) In 2007, Cool TV launched a series of topical shows produced by the channel, such as Cool Live and Cool Night, featuring younger hosts lent to Cool by RTL Klub. The earlier is a youth lifestyle show, and the latter is an adult show including interviews with Hungarian porn stars and producers, as well as occasionally shown soft-core video clips. As of 29 September 2013, these talk shows are cancelled. In 2009, Cool TV purchased the airing rights of the successful Hungarian version of Whose line is it anyway?, Beugró. From August 30, 2010, Cool TV changed image and was rebranded, opening for a wider audience. Since then the channel airs mostly crime procedurals like the CSI franchise, Bones, Castle, Cobra 11, The Mentalist, etc. The move was successful because as of July 2012, Cool TV is the third watched commercial TV channel, and most watched cable channel in Hungary (target audience 18-49, prime time 19.00-23.00), beating main competitor Viasat 3.

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