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Suburra: Blood on Rome (Suburra: La Serie)

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Date Added: 6th October 2017

History:

   06/10/2017: 1 Season (2017)

   22/02/2019: 2 Seasons (2019)

 

Description:

In 2008, a fight over land in a seaside town near Rome spirals into a deadly battle between organized crime, corrupt politicians and the Vatican.

 

Certificate: MA 15+ Strong Nudity, Strong Violence, Strong Sex Scenes

Year: 2019

Duration: 2 Seasons

Available Seasons: Season 1 (10 Ep), Season 2 (8 Ep)

Audio: English, German, French, Italian [Original], Italian - Audio Description, Spanish

Subtitles: Greek, English, Traditional Chinese, Simplified Chinese, Italian

 

Cast: Alessandro Borghi, Giacomo Ferrara, Eduardo Valdarnini, Francesco Acquaroli, Filippo Nigro, Claudia Gerini, Paola Sotgiu, Carlotta Antonelli, Jacopo Venturiero, Federica Sabatini, Cristina Pelliccia, Fiorenza Tessari, Lucia Mascino, Alberto Cracco, Augusto Zucchi, Alessandro Proietti, Stefano Fabrizi, Alessandro Bernardini, Adamo Dionisi, Barbara Chichiarelli, Federico Tocci, Gerasimos Skiadaresis, Elisabetta De Palo, Renato Marchetti

 

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