Sky also shows the first photos of We just have crime – The series, sequel to the successful film saga.
Among the news that Sky Italia has in store for fans of TV series for the next television season there are several highly anticipated original productions. We are talking about the dramedy They Killed Spider-Man – The True Story of the 883del mystery drama A summer agoof the romantic drama A love and sci-fi comedy All we have left is the crime – The seriesof which the first official photos were released on the occasion of the presentation of the new television season in Milan, which we discuss in more detail here.
The first photos of the new original series of Sky
They Killed Spider-Man – The True Story of the 883
Directed by Sydney Sibilia (I stop when I want), directing his first TV series, with Francesco Ebbasta (Small fish) e Alice Philippi (On the best), written by him with Francesco Agostini, Clare Laudani e George Neroand produced by Matthew Oak (Romulus), They Killed Spider-Man – The True Story of the 883 (coming soon on Sky and in streaming on NOW) tells a story of music, of the province and of great friendship inspired by the true story of the legendary 883, capable of giving life, from a very young age, to a project that has become a real generational phenomenon of national. A duo that against all expectations changed the Italian music of the 90s surprising everyone, first and foremost Max and Mauro themselves (played in the series by newcomer Elijah Nuzzolo it’s yes Matthew Oscar Giuggioli), which have become icons that still today make generations of fans sing and excite.
A summer ago
In A summer ago (from October on Sky and streaming on NOW), Pillow linen (The red door, Commissioner Ricciardi, Survivors) plays Elio, a fifty-year-old with an apparently perfect life with a beautiful family and a job as a lawyer. When the body of the girl he was in love with as a teenager is found, he will go back in memory to that summer of 1990, when Arianna mysteriously disappeared during a camping holiday they were taking together with their friends and him (in this timeline interpreted from Philip Scotti) was found in a daze, with no recollection of what had happened. More than 30 years later, the police find Arianna’s body and forensics have no doubts: the girl didn’t die accidentally, she was killed, and Elio is at the top of the list of suspects. Shocked by the discovery, Elio has a car accident, loses consciousness and when he wakes up he finds himself in 1990, in the camp infirmary. He’s 18 again but the consciousness of an adult … is it a dream? Is he finally getting his memory back or is he going insane? He only knows that, in a very short time, someone in that campsite will kill Arianna. He feels the urge to do something, but his mind keeps drifting between now and 1990.
Transgenerational Thriller is written by Valerio Cilio, Federico Favot, Michael Alberico e Massimo Bacchini and is directed by David Seango (The hunter) e Marta Savina (Summertime). The rich cast of the series also includes Claudia Pandolfi (The Bad Guy), Antonia Fotaras (The Name of The rose), Paolo Pierobon (1993), Martina Gatti (SHAME Italy), Anna Ferzetti (The Ignorant Fairies), Tobias De Angelis (Anything could happen), Orlando Five (Romulus), Luca Vannuccini, Sofia Iacuitto (The company of the swan), Nicole Grimaudo (Half black), Alessio practiced (I hate on Christmas), Alessio Piazza (The young Montalbano), Francis Della Torre, John DeGiorgi (Bang Bang Baby), Giovanni Buselli (The brilliant friend), Julius Tropea, Luciano Scarpa (Generation 56K), Julius Turbulent, Denis Fasolo (The miracle), Geneva Francesconi (Good morning mom!), Massimo De Santis (Leonardo) e Massimo Dapporto (Alfredino).
Con Stephen Accorsi (The goddess of luck, Fast as the wind) e Micaela Ramazzotti (Crazy joy, The best years), for the first time together on screen, A love (in 2024 on Sky and streaming on NOW) tells a love story that resists time and distance and develops along two distinct timelines. Alessandro and Anna met by chance during an Interrail trip in Spain. It’s a hot summer in the late 90s and the two, little more than 18, fall in love immediately. However, their lives are much more complicated than the fate that brought them together and soon they will be forced to separate. Over the years they remain linked by an intense epistolary relationship, without ever being able to find the courage to see each other. However, twenty years after their first meeting and now adults, they find themselves in Bologna. Their feeling, never exhausted over time, will have to collide with the interference of a more complex reality than the one they had created only through words.
Created by Enrico Audenino and Accorsi, written by Enrico Audenino, Jordan Mari, Teresa Gelli, Francesco Again and Accorsi, and directed by Francesco Again (Summertime), the series also involves the actors Alessandro Tedeschi (Block 181), Andrew Roncato (remember me), Ivan Zerbinati (The red door), Octavia Small (Do you know Claudia?) and beginners Luke Santoro e Beatrice Fiorentini.
All we have left is the crime – The series
Sequel to the beloved time travel saga, All we have left is the crime – The series (from the end of the year on Sky and streaming on NOW) sees the protagonists of the film trilogy return Marco Giallini, Gian Marco Tognazzi, Giampaolo Morelli e Maximilian Brunoeven behind the camera, this time flanked by Alessio Maria Federici. To them are added, among others, Maurice Lastrico in an entirely new role. We are in the 70s. Discovering that he has been adopted, Giuseppe (Tognazzi) decides to look for his real mother, regardless of the warnings of their friend and scientist Gianfranco (Bruno): if you change the past, the present changes too. Giuseppe manages to meet her at a happening at the home of Duccio Casati (Lastrico), a rich bourgeois with progressive ideas who has taken the cause of the students’ movement to heart. But the emotion that overwhelms Giuseppe in finding Linda causes him to make a serious mistake. Saving it from an attack, he ends up changing the past, and therefore also the present: today’s Italy has become a fascist dictatorship, and it will be necessary to go back again to put things right … at the cost of infiltrating the mesh of the Borghese coup. Next to him, of course, Moreno (Giallini) and Claudio (Morelli).