‘Suburra: The Series’ Trailer: Italian Criminals Collide in New Netflix Show

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Netflix has dropped the trailer for Suburra: The Series, the first Italian series production for the streaming giant.

Set to capitalise on the buzz of Narco‘s third season, which we loved, Suburra will be delivering drama based on the real-life clashes that occurred between Italian organised crime, local gangs, the Church, government and real estate developers.

Italian production shingle Cattleya has previously delivered hit crime-drama outings such as Gomorrah and Romanzo Criminale (Crime Novel) to the screen. And as with Gomorrah, Suburra: The Series comes after a hit film of the same name. The show will also be based on the book of the same name by Giancarlo De Cataldo and Carlo Bonini, although it will be set a few years prior to the film’s events.

It looks like a pretty classy production. If Narcos is anything to go by, there is no shortage of jaw-dropping plot developments that can be taken from real-life crime sagas. Netflix could have another hit here.

All 10 episodes of Suburra: The Series, which has a cast that includes Francesco Acquaroli, Alessandro Borghi, Adamo Dionisi, Giacomo Ferrara, Claudia Gerini, Filippo Nigro and Eduardo Valdarnini, will hit Netflix on October 6.

Official synopsis for Suburra: The Series:

Suburra: The Series is a crime thriller set in Rome that describes how the Church, the state, organized crime, local gangs and real estate developers collide and blur the lines between the legal and the illicit in their quest for power. At the heart of the story three young men with different backgrounds, ambitions and passions will have to forge alliances to achieve their deepest desire. Based on the novel of the same name but set several years before, Suburra: The Series, is full of action, drama and crime that sees 20 days of turmoil in 10 powerful episodes.

Image credit: Emanuela Scarpa / Netflix
Image credit: Emanuela Scarpa / Netflix
Image credit: Emanuela Scarpa / Netflix
Image credit: Emanuela Scarpa / Netflix
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