Entertainment26 May 2020
the second season of
the original Italian Netflix series produced by Cattleya
After the success of the first season, Netflix confirms the second season of Summertime, the Italian original series produced by Cattleya - part of ITV Studios.
The main cast, who already conquered the hearts of the first season’s audience, is also returning: Summer (Coco Rebecca Edogamhe), Ale (Ludovico Tersigni), Dario (Andrea Lattanzi), Sofia (Amanda Campana), Edo (Giovanni Maini) and Blue (Alicia Ann Edogamhe). Along with them, Thony will be back as Summer and Blue’s mom Isabella, and Mario Sgueglia as Ale’s dad Maurizio.
The second season will be directed by Francesco Lagi, co-director and co-writer of the first season, and by Marta Savina. The second season will be directed by Francesco Lagi, co-director and co-writer of the first season, and by Marta Savina. Each episode will be written by Enrico Audenino and Francesco Lagi with Daniela Gambaro, Luca Giordano and Vanessa Picciarelli working alongside them on the scripts of various episodes.
The second season of Summertime will take the audience back to the summer atmosphere on Italy's Adriatic Coast, thanks also to the support of Emilia-Romagna Film Commission.
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Cattleya is Italy’s leading independent film and TV drama producer. The company has produced over 70 feature films and several tv series, including Gomorrah the series, Suburra and Anything Can Happen. In 2019 Cattleya has produced the TV series Petra, based on the novels by Alicia Giménez-Bartlett; the second season of Carlo and Malik; the procedural Masantonio; the romantic series Summertime; the international high-end series ZeroZeroZero based on the book by Roberto Saviano and the movie L’Immortale, spin-off of Gomorrah the series directed by Marco D’Amore. Cattleya is also in an advanced stage of development on Django, based on the cult spaghetti-western film, and several TV series in Italian, English, German and Spanish. Together with Riccardo Tozzi, founder of Cattleya, the Company is headed up by Giovanni Stabilini and Marco Chimenz, both CEO’s, Francesca Longardi Head of Development and Producer and Gina Gardini, Producer. In 2017, ITV Studios, the UK’s biggest production and distribution company, acquired a majority stake in Cattleya.
Giulia Arbace, Originals Publicity