Suburra: Blood on Rome‘s reign is coming to an end.
Netflix has cancelled the Italian crime drama with its prevously-announced third season now revealed as the last.
Sources confirm to TV Scorecards that the streamer will not move forward with Suburra Season 4.
The third — and now final — season of Suburra: Blood on Rome will release in 2020. An exact date will be announced in due course.
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Renewal/cancellation Status: Cancelled
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About this show:
The series is written by Daniele Cesarano and Barbara Petronio with Ezio Abbate, Fabrizio Bettelli and Nicola Guaglianone and directed by Michele Placido (Romanzo Criminale, Vallanzasca - Angels of Evil), Andrea Molaioli (The Girl by the Lake) and Giuseppe Capotondi (The Double Hour).
Suburra, based on the fascinating and successful novel written by Giancarlo De Cataldo and Carlo Bonini, takes inspiration from a real political scandal that broke out in the Italian capital. Suburra is however a prequel, set a few years before the real events took place. Church, politics, organized crime, local gangs and real estate developers collide and blur the lines between the legal and the illicit and their quest for power is the overriding theme in this unique crime thriller.
The main cast includes Francesco Acquaroli (Pasolini) as Samurai, Alessandro Borghi (Suburra, Don't Be Bad) as Number 8, Adamo Dionisi (Suburra) as Manfredi Anacleti, Giacomo Ferrara (Suburra) as Spadino Anacleti, Claudia Gerini (The Passion of the Christ, Don't Move) as Sara Monaschi, Filippo Nigro (Facing Windows, A.C.A.B) as Amedeo Cinaglia and Eduardo Valdarnini (Something New) as Lele Marchilli.
Produced by Cattleya, behind the extraordinary success of the series Gomorrah and Romanzo Criminale, and in collaboration with Rai Fiction, Suburra will be broadcast by Rai in Italy at a later time, after Netflix's global premiere.
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