Unmissable: 5 Italian series that you must watch on Netflix if you like la dolce vita

Netflix always recommends the best movies and series on its platform. This time, it was the Italian production and there are 5 unmissable strips, including Baby.

Given the current context, Netflix has increased its number of viewers and therefore, it does not miss the opportunity to help its viewers when it comes to recommendations through social media posts.

The famous streaming platform decided to add new productions to its catalog, but the old reliable ones are always there. He broadcast 5 Italian series that you cannot miss: Baby, Nera Moon , Three meters above the sky, Curon and Suburra: Blood on Rome.

Three meters above the sky

This adaptation of "Three meters above the sky" is set today in a village on the Adriatic coast just as summer begins and the bodies of Ale (Ludovico Tersigni) and Summer (Coco Rebecca Edogamhe) meet. He is a Don Juan, a former motorcycle champion, a rebel and ready to take back the reins of his life. She, on the other hand, dreams of getting away from that town as fed up as she is with her family, which in reality she supports with her sense of responsibility.

A possible second season confirmation is still awaited. Despite the success of Federico Moccia's novel, published in Italy in 1992, and the film with Mario Casas and María Valverde in 2010, with almost 10 million euros raised, this series also had its charm as soon as it arrived on Netflix.

Baby

Under fictitious names, the lives of two minors became public when the mother of one of them became suspicious because of the income her daughter had. They were part of a very large prostitution ring involving powerful "clients" including Mauro Floriani, husband of Alessandra Mussolini, granddaughter of Benito Mussolini.

The case was really alarming and on Netflix they decided to tell the story in the Baby series. Alice Pagani and Benedetta Porcaroli play Ludovica and Chiara, two young Italian women who access this type of "job" to escape the life they lead.

Nera Moon

When Ade, a young midwife, comes to the home of an upper-class family, she senses that the child who is about to be born will be born dead. Her grandmother, who accompanies her at work, knows that this bad news will only trigger another worse one: they will be accused of being responsible for the baby's death and witchcraft and, therefore, they must flee.

This is how  Nera Moon begins, a supernatural story produced by Netflix in Italy and set in that country in the 17th century. Its protagonists are the members of a group of women who live on the fringes of society, accused of doing black magic, and sitting on the edge of the forest, with whom Ade comes into contact.

Curon

Curon was created by Ezio Abbate, Ivano Fachin, Giovanni Galassi and Tommaso Matano. It tells in seven episodes the return of a family from Milan to a town in Tyrol, one of the alpine regions of Italy, on the border with Switzerland. When the mother disappears without a trace, the two teenage children of the family will have to face the neighbors of the town.

It receives the name of a town that really exists in the north of Italy and that serves as a location for production. The town is known for a curious bell tower that peeks its upper part out of the surrounding waters. As the web thecinemaholic.com explains, this fact occurs because the town was flooded to build a dam in the 50s, which meant that all the houses were under water and only this fourteenth-century church stood out.

Suburra: Blood on Rome

Suburra: Blood on Rome is Netflix's first Italian fiction based on real events . It is adapted from a best-seller, which also had her film. It is inspired by a real corruption scandal, which started in 2008 by selling land from a coastal town near Rome: it turned into a battle between gangsters, corrupt politicians and the Vatican.

Suburra gives its name to a popular neighborhood of Ancient Rome. And that term is also used in Italian slang to define those places that are the scene of violence, crime and crime. It currently has two seasons and has star appearances, such as Najwa Nimri and Pedro Alonso, from Vis a Vis and La Casa de Papel respectively.

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