Suburraeterna is the sequel to Subura made by Netflix. The story begins after the events of the final season finale of Subura. The setting is always in Rome, in 2011.
This highly anticipated new series will arrive from 14 November 2023 on the Netflix streaming platform (also visible on Sky Glass, Sky Q and via the Now Smart Stick app).
The plot is set in 2011 in the Eternal City, where the government risks falling and the Vatican is in crisis. Cinaglia (Filippo Nigro) has taken up the legacy of Samurai and, together with Badali (Emmanuele Aita), manages the criminal affairs of the city, aided by Adelaide (Paola Sotgiu) and Angelica (Carlotta Antonelli), who remain at the head of the Anacleti, and by Nadia (Federica Sabatini), who helps them manage the squares of Ostia.
This system, however, is starting to be considered inconvenient by some, who will no longer accept it. New protagonists will make themselves heard and enter the field, upsetting the balance and turning things upside down in Rome. A revolution will begin which, from the Church to the Capitol and up to the beaches of Ostia, will overwhelm everything, erasing what the past represents and expanding quickly, like wildfire.
Spadino (Giacomo Ferrara) will be forced to return home, where he will look for new allies to collaborate with, also to protect his family, which he fears may be put in danger by this new precarious situation. He will find allies where he would never have thought to look for them, and above all to find them… “But war is war and the control of Rome is at stake”, reads the official synopsis of the show.
You can watch the official trailer of the television series Suburraeterna in the video you find above, at the head of this article, and also in the clip you find at the bottom.
The sequel to Subura
Suburraeterna is the sequel to Suburaone of the first Italian Netflix series to talk about organized crime. Subura is the television adaptation of the book of the same name by Giancarlo De Cataldo and Carlo Bonini, adapted for the big screen by Stefano Sollima in a film released in theaters in 2015.
The series of the same name dates back to 2017 and turns out to be the prequel to both the book and the film. The television series ran for three seasons, however the desire to continue with the story of a Rome divided between beauties and contradictions was so intense that it led to something new. That something new is indeed Suburraeterna. The show premiered at the Rome Film Festival and will be at Lucca Comics and Games.
Suburraeterna is made up of eight episodes, which will arrive in streaming all together on November 14th.
You can watch the official trailer of the series in the video at the top of this article and in the clip that follows.