'Suburra: Blood on Rome' Season 3: Release date, plot, cast, trailer and all you need to know about Netflix's Italian political thriller
In this final chapter, the fight to conquer Rome becomes more open and ruthless than ever. A big business that will tempt many is coming: the Jubilee, a promise of new illegal traffics, money, and power
Netflix's Italian political thriller titled 'Suburra' was greenlit for a third and final season last year in April. 'Suburra: Blood on Rome' joins the streaming giants impeccable lists of international releases, and is set to release at the end of October. The first season of the thrill debuted in October 2017, with the second season following in February 2019. Here is all you need to know about the final installment of the intense series.
'Suburra: Blood on Rome' airs on October 30, 2020.
Netflix's official synopsis reads, "After the tragic suicide of Lele, unable to live with the sense of guilt generated by the crimes committed, and the unexpected awakening from the coma of Manfredi, head of the Anacleti clan, the balance of power between all characters are again challenged. The third season moves through the streets and alleys of Rome and its province to tell the world of crime even more closely. Who will win the battle to the death to gain power over the city?"
Alessandro Borghi as Aureliano Adami
Borghi is known for his roles as Numero 8 in 'Suburra' (2015), Stefano Cucchi in 'On My Skin: The Last Seven Days of Stefano Cucchi' aka 'Sulla mia pelle' (2018), Remo in 'Romulus & Remus: The First King' (2019) and Vittorio in 'Don't Be Bad' (2015). His recent works include 'Salmo: Lunedì' (2019), 'Love Pret-a-porte' (2019), and 'Devils' (2020). He has a release titled 'Supereroi' in post-production and another release titled as 'Mondocane' that is listed as filming. In 2017, he won an EFP Shooting Star award at the Berlin International Film Festival and in 2019 he won a David di Donatello Award for Best Actor for 'Sulla mia pelle'.
Giacomo Ferrara as Alberto 'Spadino' Anacleti
Ferrara is known for his role as Spadino Anacleti in 'Suburra' (2015), and Teco in 'Guarda in Alto' (2017). His recent works include 'Don Matteo' (2016), 'Stati' (2017), 'Abdullywood' (2017-2018), 'Come Una Meteora' (2018) and 'Angelica feat. Giacomo Ferrara: Vecchia Novità' (2019).
The rest of the cast includes Eduardo Valdarnini as Gabriele Marchilli, Francesco Acquaroli as Samurai, Filippo Nigro as Amedeo Cinaglia, Claudia Gerini as Sara Monaschi, Carlotta Antonelli as Angelica Sale, Paola Sotgiu as Adelaide Anacleti, Alessandro Bernardini as Saverio Guerri, Mirella Sarachelli as Donna Anacleti, Barbara Chichiarelli as Livia Adami and many more.
The series is directed by Andrea Molaioli, Giuseppe Capotondi, Piero Messina and Michele Placido. Erik Barmack serves as executive producer, and Marco Chimenz, Giovanni Stabilini and Riccardo Tozzi serve as producers.
The trailer's synopsis reads, "In this final chapter, the fight to conquer Rome becomes more open and ruthless than ever. A big business that will tempt many is coming: the Jubilee, a promise of new illegal traffics, money, and power. Whoever will take possession of it will govern the capital. But everything has a price and the throne of Rome too. This time, it will come at a certain price."
Where to watch
Catch 'Suburra: Blood on Rome' on October 30, 2020, on Netflix.
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