Set in Rone, Suburra: Blood on Rome is the first Italian language Netflix Original. It serves as a prequel to the Italian film, Suburra by Stefano Sollima, and is inspired by the 2013 book bearing the same name but written by G.D. Cataldo and C. Bonino. The series, which can be best regarded as an Italian-American crime drama series, is revered by its critics for excellent plot and presentation. The creators of the series are Daniele Cesarano and Barbara Petronio. It was first premiered on Netflix on 6th October 2017. The second season, which is much more intense and gritty than it’s predecessor, was aired on February 22, 2019.
What is Suburra: Blood on Rome About?
The series basically displays a classic power struggle between organized criminals, corrupt politicians, and the Vatican in their quest to gain control over the gambling den in the seaside town of Ostia outside Rome. The events of the series begin in 2008 on the backdrop of land struggle in Ostia but soon escalates into a deadly battle. The setting of the drama is in corruption sickened contemporary Rome, which is fuelled with politically charged narrative, all set to transport viewers into the horrors of Fame and power.
The first season of the series received a whopping 100% score on Rotten Tomatoes for its color-saturated violence and startling controversies like priest gaining heart attack during orgy fuelled by cocaine. The season ends on the tumultuous note, marked with intrigue letting it earn 8.1 ratings on IMDb.
The second season is surely more fierce than the first. Wasting no time on procured relationships ripened in Season 1, the second outing of Suburra Blood on Rome, comes out all guns blazing. The fans are now desperate for Season 3, especially after an explosive and shocking finale culminating Season 2.
Who is the cast of Suburra: Blood on Rome Season 3?
The head writer of Season 2 was Bambara Petronio, who ensured an unchanged Cast crew for the second outing. Among the lead casts, the notable include Alessandro Borghi (Audreliano Adami, an Ostian mobster), Giacomo Ferrara (Alberto ‘Spadino’ Anrcleti, City gang member), Eduardo Valdarnini (Gabriele ‘Lele’ Marchilli, a lone pusher), Francesco Aquaroli (Samuria, crime boss), Claudia Gerrini (Sara Monoschi, Vatican financial auditor ). The cast crew of the series strongly resembles the cast crew of the movie ‘Suburra.’ All cast crew is expected to return in Season 3 as per past trend maintained by the creators.
When is Suburra: Blood on Rome Season 3 update?
Season 1 was premiered on Netflix in the fall of 2017 in October. However, the precedent of Season 1 was not adhered to in Season 2, which was released at the rise of 2019, February 22, to be precise.
The streaming platform is currently playing the game of wait and watch as the release of Season 3 depends on the viewership of Season 2, the numbers which are rising high as you read this article. With the existing high success of Season 1 and 2, there is a genuine chance for a Season 3 release. If such release does occur, it will be somewhere around mid-2020, and that is if we go by the usual policies of Netflix.
Update March 2020
— Netflix Italia (@NetflixIT) April 2, 2019
Suburra: Blood on Rome a spine-chiller political drama is set to proceed once again in the third season which was affirmed by Netflix’s Italian online life account on Twitter. At the point when we decipher it, it signifies “2 April 2019, Terreni di Ostia has vanquished all the territories of Italy. #Suburra will come back with the third season.” The tweet demonstrated two maps where Italy is broken into regions instead of states or districts. It very well may be seen that Rome is secured with the primary hero of Suburra. In the subsequent guide, the hero has vanquished the entire of Italy.
Although after this tweet and delay in shooting some sources mentioned the show has been called off, and Netflix canceled the show although this isn’t true. Due to the recent outbreak of COVID-19 in Italy and the rest of the world, every new and forthcoming show is running off schedule. As one might know second season of the show was released on 22 February 2019 and had eight episodes. On 2 April 2019, Netflix announced the renewal for a third season, expected for 2020.
Confirmation from Netflix made sure Suburra: Blood on Rome Season 3is in 2020 although on 4 December 2019, Netflix Italy also announced that the third season will be the show’s last season.