Fall TV lineup includes Suburra, Gomorra 3

Also Romanzo Famigliare, The Handmaid's Tale, Babylon Berlin

Fall TV lineup includes Suburra, Gomorra 3

(By Nicoletta Tamberlich). Rome, August 23 - This autumn's TV lineup in Italy will see the Netflix original series production of a small-screen version of the popular film Suburra starting October 6, the third season of Gomorra starting in November, and much more from RAI, Mediaset, Sky, Fox, and TimVision. On September 4, the fourth and final season of Black Sails begins on Sky Atlantic, while the original Sky production Tin Star, with Tim Roth and Christina Hendricks, starts on September 12. Another new series coming in October on Sky Atlantic is The Deuce. The series tells the story of when pornography was legalized in New York in the 1970s, and is by David Simon, creator of The Wire. It stars Maggie Gyllenhaal and James Franco, who play twins. Another series in November, Babylon Berlin, is an original Sky production set in Berlin in the 1920s, in an atmosphere that divides its time between the richness of the art world and the struggle of hunger and unemployment. A small jewel, The Handmaid's Tale, will be on TimVision starting in September. The American series received 13 Emmy nominations and is based on the eponymous Margaret Atwood novel. Starring Elisabeth Moss, the show is set in a dystopic future America under a theocratic dictatorship where women of childbearing age are used as reproductive vehicles. On Netflix, Star Trek: Discovery is back starting on September 25. The Walking Dead 8, The Inhumans from ABC, and The Gifted will be on air in Italy in October on Fox. The seventh season of American Horror Story will hit Fox in October, under the title "Cult", with a plot that ties into last year's US presidential elections. RAI 1 will feature new projects including Romanzo Famigliare, a story that portrays the contemporary Italian family as well as that of the past, with Livorno as its backdrop. The corn fields and cow farms of Piedmont will feature in RAI 1's La Strada di Casa, the story of farmer and family patriarch Fausto Morra, played by Alessio Boni. On Mediaset, L'Isola di Pietro marks singer Gianni Morandi's return to acting. photo: stills from Suburra, Gomorra 3

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