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10 Serie Tv italiane che dovreste assolutamente vedere

By Giovanni Fazio -


La televisione italiana, negli ultimi anni, si è impegnata sempre più per avvicinarsi a modelli di serialità che arrivano dagli Stati Uniti come Breaking Bad, House of Cards e Games of Thrones.


Questo ha generato Serie Tv italiane che, riprendendo quel modus operandi, cercano in tutti i modi di creare prodotti di qualità.


Ecco dieci esempi di Serie Tv italiane da non perdersi assolutamente


1) Boris


Boris è una serie televisiva, di genere comico, nata nel e conclusasi nel . Ispirata all'americana 30Rock, Boris narra le vicende di un set di una fiction televisiva, Gli occhi del cuore, nel quale partecipano attori "cani" o pazzoidi, un direttore della fotografia cocainomane, stagisti vittime di bullismo e sceneggiatori nullafacenti; tutti capitanati da René Ferretti (interpretato da Francesco Pannofino), un regista bravo "a portare a casa il lavoro" e dedito contemporaneamente a progetti paralleli per sbarcare il lunario, come Passami il sale o l'imbarazzante Troppo frizzante.


Boris è un prodotto innovativo nel panorama italiano della serialità televisiva, innanzitutto per l'argomento, ossia la televisione che parla di sé attraverso il dietro le quinte; e ancora la critica molto pungente al mondo del cinema e del piccolo schermo: si pensi ad esempio agli evidenti riferimenti a Mediaset presenti nelle prime due puntate della terza stagione, nella quale René, Duccio e Arianna vanno a Milano per dirigere Troppo frizzante. Da vedere assolutamente, insieme al film uscito nel 2011.



2) Gomorra - La serie


Gomorra - La serie è il caso più famoso degli ultimi anni. È il primo esempio di serialità italiana che eguaglia - e, in certi momenti, supera - per qualità i prodotti americani. La storia, tratta dall'omonimo bestseller di Roberto Saviano (il quale partecipa come soggettista e sceneggiatore) e prodotta da Sky e Cattleya, è ambientata a Secondigliano, quartiere di Napoli, dove comanda la famiglia camorrista dei Savastano, capitanata da Pietro. Di puntata in puntata, si svelerà un mondo fatto di delinquenza e morte, costituito da lotte per il potere con la famiglia rivale dei Conte e faide interne al clan dei Savastano.


Gomorra - La serie si contraddistingue per una regia di qualità (tra i quali spicca Stefano Sollima), la quale prende molto dal cinema realista - innanzitutto per via dei dialoghi esclusivamente in dialetto napoletano - , giovani attori presi direttamente dal teatro e una sceneggiatura che non lascia nulla all'immaginazione. Deve molto alla cinematografia di stampo popolare, HBO ne ha acquistato i diritti e sta avendo un ottimo successo anche fuori dall'Italia. Una vera perla.



3) Romanzo Criminale - La serie


Stefano Sollima non è nuovo a queste incursioni nel mondo della televisione. Il regista di Suburra ha infatti ideato e curato la regia di un'altra serie, sempre per Sky. Romanzo Criminale - La serie è stato il prodotto di punta del canale satellitare dal al . Come Gomorra - La serie prende spunto da un bestseller, Romanzo Criminale, di Giancarlo De Cataldo e come la serie tratta dal libro di Saviano è molto forte l'elemento realistico (infatti gli attori parlano quasi sempre in dialetto romanesco). Romanzo Criminale narra le vicende della cosiddetta Banda della Magliana, batteria di criminali che tra gli anni e ebbero il monopolio affaristico-criminale di buona parte dell'Italia.


Romanzo Criminale - La serie è stata il trampolino di lancio dei giovani protagonisti che ne hanno preso parte (come Francesco Montanari, Vinicio Marchioni e Alessandro Roja), ma ha inoltre segnato l'inizio della collaborazione di Stefano Sollima con Sky e Cattleya.



4) 1992


Sempre per Sky, nel 2015 arriva sugli schermi 1992, serie televisiva ambientata durante lo scoppio dello scandalo Tangentopoli, il quale decretò la fine della Prima Repubblica. Le vicende vengono narrate da sei diversi punti di vista di altrettanti protagonisti: un pubblicitario interpretato da Stefano Accorsi (ideatore della serie), un'ereditiera figlia di un imprenditore coinvolto nello scandalo, un ex militare che diventa deputato della nuova legislatura con la Lega Nord, una giovane soubrette disposta a tutto pur di entrare nel mondo della televisione che conta e due agenti di polizia che collaborano nel pool di Mani Pulite con Antonio Di Pietro.


racconta bene una parte molto strana e misteriosa della storia recente del nostro paese. Accolto molto bene dalla stampa estera, sono in produzione due stagioni dal titolo e , le quali dovrebbero raccontare, tra le altre cose, l'ascesa politica di Silvio Berlusconi.



5) In Treatment


Remake dell'omonima serie statunitense della HBO, a sua volta basata su una serie israeliana, In Treatment racconta le sedute di psicoterapia del dottor Giovanni Mari (interpretato da Sergio Castellitto), il quale da lunedì al giovedì riceve diversi pazienti, utilizzando il metodo psicanalitico. L'ultimo giorno di lavoro settimanale, il venerdì, il dottore diventa paziente per parlare dei suoi problemi familiari e viene psicanalizzato da Anna, sua amica e collega.


Oltre Castellitto, a partecipare in qualità di pazienti di Giovanni Mari vi sono una serie di attori famosi, come Maya Sansa, Michele Placido e Kasia Smutniak. In Treatment è un esempio molto interessante di come le serie (anche quelle italiane, seppur d'ispirazione estera) possano mostrare anche un campo poco esplorato dei medical drama, come quello della psicanalisi.



6) Il Commissario Montalbano


Più "fiction" che "serie", Il Commissario Montalbano, nato su carta tramite la fortunata saga di romanzi dello scrittore Andrea Camilleri, deve molta della sua fortuna a diversi fattori. Innanzitutto allo stesso Camilleri il quale, grazie anche ad un suo passato come regista di sceneggiati per la Rai, scrive romanzi con uno stile che li rende automaticamente perfetti per essere inseriti nel contesto della serialità televisiva. Poi, la sua unicità nel contesto italiano: Il Commissario Montalbano infatti è la prima serie che mischia il noir con il giallo "alla Simenon" all'interno del contesto italiano (siciliano, nella fattispecie).


Interpretato magistralmente da Luca Zingaretti, il quale ne dà una sua versione leggermente discostata da quella dei romanzi, Il Commissario Montalbano ha anche un serie-prequel dal titolo Il giovane Montalbano, con protagonista Michele Riondino.



7) L'Ispettore Coliandro


Già dallo slogan si capisce cosa rende unica una serie come L'Ispettore Coliandro: "Il braccio maldestro della legge". L'Ispettore Coliandro, interpretato da Giampaolo Morelli, è un ispettore della Questura di Bologna, fin da bambino innamorato dei polizieschi italiani e dei film della saga dell'ispettore Callaghan con Clint Eastwood. Egli cerca spesso di emulare le gesta dei suoi eroi, ma con risultati sempre imbarazzanti, nonostante alla fine riesca a risolvere i casi, nonostante la goffaggine e la capacità a trovarsi sempre in situazioni rischiose.


Nata dalla penna dello scrittore Carlo Lucarelli, L'Ispettore Coliandro coniuga perfettamente le gag e le indagini, il comico e il thriller, come se fosse una versione moderna - e all'italiana - della saga dell'ispettore Closeau di Blake Edwars e Peter Sellers.



8) Dov'è Mario?


Ideata, sceneggiata ed interpretata da Corrado Guzzanti, Dov'è Mario? è una miniserie incentrata sul personaggio dell'intellettuale di sinistra Mario Bambea il quale, dopo un disastroso incidente dal quale esce apparentemente senza problemi, durante la convalescenza comincia ad assumere comportamenti strani, che sfoceranno nella doppia personalità di Bizio Capoccetti, che in poco tempo diventerà un famoso comico dalla battuta (razzista) facile.


Nonostante fosse già nel cast fisso della seconda stagione di Boris, Dov'è Mario? è il primo vero approccio di Guzzanti con il mezzo serial-televisivo. Un approccio intelligente e che nota quanto il comico romano abbia studiato le serie televisive per riuscire a fare un prodotto di qualità, senza scadere mai nella prolissità o nell'eccessiva volgarità.



9) Mario


Mario, serie televisiva di MTV (ora Canale8) scritta da Maccio Capatonda, ha riscosso molto successo grazie soprattutto al suo autore. Maccio Capatonda, il cui vero nome è Marcello Macchia, ha infatti uno stile unico, figlio di parodie e di errori grammaticali marchiani, o ancora di giochi di parole con la lingua italiana. In questi elementi è riscontrabile l'influenza che ha avuto su Maccio Capatonda un comico come Nino Frassica, per fare un nome.


Con Mario, storia di un conduttore di telegiornali a cui capitano una serie di assurde vicende, Maccio Capatonda prende tutti questi elementi e li porta all'ennesima potenza, confermando il proprio valore comico, il quale forse non è stato accolto favorevolmente nel suo esordio cinematografico (il film Italiano Medio) ma che proprio nei tempi della sitcom - venti minuti o poco più - riesce a catalizzare perfettamente tutto quello che vuole.



10) The Young Pope


Dulcis in fundo, quella che forse è la serie italiana dell'anno. The Young Pope, del premio Oscar Paolo Sorrentino è una delle punte di diamante della programmazione di Sky e dell'americana HBO.


Tratta del giovane Papa Lenny Belardo, primo papa italo-americano il quale, con il nome di Pio XIII - per nulla velato il riferimento ai due discutibili Papi Pio XI e XII - tenta in tutti i modi di soverchiare l'ordine costituitosi nei secoli dentro il Vaticano, entrando in conflitto con il Segretario dello Stato Vaticano, Voiello.


Cast eccezionale, Jude Law, Silvio Orlando e Diane Keaton su tutti, regia sapiente e storia dai molti lati oscuri ancora da scoprire: Sorrentino, il quale prima di entrare nel mondo del cinema è stato sceneggiatore televisivo per La Squadra, riesce a portare tutta la sua estetica (da molti definita troppo facilmente e ingiustamente "noiosa e senza contenuti") e a comprimerla in dieci puntate, acclamate non solo in Italia - dove le prime due puntate hanno segnato il record assoluto su Sky per una serie televisiva - ma anche negli States, dove la HBO ha colto l'occasione per co-produrre la serie e mandarla in onda.

10 Italian TV series you should absolutely watch

By Giovanni Fazio -


The Italian television, in the last years, has committed more and more to approach the serial models that come from the United States as Breaking Bad, House of Cards and Games of Thrones.


This has generated Italian TV series that, taking up that modus operandi, try in all ways to create quality products.


Here ten examples of Italian TV Series to not absolutely miss


1) Boris


Boris is a television series, of comic genre, born in and concluded in . Inspired by the American 30Rock, Boris tells the stories of a set of a television drama, Gli occhi del cuore (The eyes of the heart), in which participate actors "dogs" or crazy, a director of photography cocaine addict, interns victims of bullying and slackers screenwriters; all led by René Ferretti (played by Francesco Pannofino), a director good "to bring work home" and devoted simultaneously in parallel projects to make ends meet, as Passami il sale (Pass the salt to me) or the embarrassing Troppo frizzante (Too bubbly) .


Boris is an innovative product in the Italian panorama of the Italian television seriality, primarily for the topic, namely the television that speaks of itself through the behind the scenes; and still the very sharp critique to the world of the cinema and of the small screen: consider for example the obvious references to Mediaset present in the first two episodes of the third season, in which René, Duccio and Arianna go to Milan to direct Troppo frizzante (Too bubbly). To watch absolutely, together with the movie released in 2011.



2) Gomorra - La serie (Gomorrah - The series)


Gomorra - La serie (Gomorrah - The series) is the most famous case of the last years. It's the first example of Italian seriality which equals - and, at certain times, exceeds - for quality the American products. The story, based on the homonymous best seller by Roberto Saviano (who participates as scriptwriter and screenwriter) and produced by Sky and Cattleya, is set in Secondigliano, neighborhood in Naples, where the Camorra family Savastano commands, led by Pietro. From episode to episode, it will be revealed a world made of crime and death, made up of power struggles with the rival family Conte and feuds internal to the clan of Savastano.


Gomorra - La serie (Gomorrah - The series) is distinguished by a quality direction (among which stands out Stefano Sollima), which takes a lot from the realist cinema - first of all because of the dialogues exclusively in Neapolitan dialect - , young actors taken directly from the theater and a script that leaves nothing to the imagination. It owes much to the cinematography of popular mold, HBO has bought the rights of it and is having a great success even out of Italy. A real gem.



3) Romanzo Criminale - La serie (Criminal Romance - The series)


Stefano Sollima is not new to these incursions into the world of the television. The director of Suburra has in fact created and directed another series, always for Sky. Romanzo Criminale - La serie (Criminal Romance - The series) has been the top product of the satellite channel from to . As Gomorra - La serie (Gomorrah - The series) is inspired by a bestseller, Romanzo Criminale (Criminal Romance), by Giancarlo De Cataldo and as the series based on the book by Saviano is very strong the realistic element (in fact the actors speak almost always in Roman dialect). Romanzo Criminale (Criminal Romance) tells the stories of the so called Magliana gang, artillery of criminals that between the and had the business-criminal monopoly of good part of Italy.


Romanzo Criminale - La serie (Criminal Romance - The series) has been the launching pad of the young protagonists who have taken part in it (as Francesco Montanari, Vinicio Marchioni and Alessandro Roja), but also it has marked the beginning of the collaboration of Stefano Sollima with Sky and Cattleya.



4) 1992


Always for Sky, in 2015 arrives on the screens 1992, television series set during the outbreak of the Tangentopoli scandal, which marked the end of the First Republic. The events are narrated by six different points of view of the same number of the protagonists: a publicist played by Stefano Accorsi (creator of the series), an heiress daughter of a businessman involved in the scandal, a former soldier who becomes deputy of the new legislature with the Lega Nord (Northern League), a young showgirl willing to do anything to get into the world of the most influential television and two police officers who work in the pool of Mani Pulite (Clean hands) with Antonio Di Pietro.


tells well a very strange and mysterious part of the recent history of Italy. Very well received by the foreign press, are in production two seasons titled and , which should tell, among the other things, the political rise of Silvio Berlusconi.



5) In Treatment


Remake of the homonym US series of HBO, itself based on an Israeli series, In Treatment tells the psychotherapy sessions of the Doctor Giovanni Mari (played by Sergio Castellitto), which from Monday to Thursday receives several patients, using the psychoanalytic method. The last week working day, on Friday, the doctor becomes patient to talk about his family problems and he is psychoanalyzed by Anna, his friend and colleague.


Besides Castellitto, to participate as patients of Giovanni Mari there are a series of famous actors, as Maya Sansa, Michele Placido and Kasia Smutniak. In Treatment is a very interesting example of how the series (even those Italian, albeit of foreign inspiration) can also show a field little explored of the medical drama, as the one of the psychoanalysis.



6) Il Commissario Montalbano (The police commissioner Montalbano)


More "drama" (drama) than "series", Il Commissario Montalbano (The police commissioner Montalbano), born on paper with the hit saga of novels of the writer Andrea Camilleri, owes much of its fortune to several factors. First of all to the same Camilleri who, also thanks to his past as drama director for Rai, writes novels with a style that automatically makes them perfect to be placed in the context of the television seriality. Then, its uniqueness in the Italian context: Il Commissario Montalbano (The police commissioner Montalbano) in fact is the first series that mixes noir with thriller "Simenon style" within the Italian context (Sicilian, in this case).


Played masterfully by Luca Zingaretti, which plays his own version deviated slightly from the one of the novels, Il Commissario Montalbano (The police commissioner Montalbano) has also a series-prequel entitled Il giovane Montalbano (The young Montalbano), with protagonist Michele Riondino.



7) L'Ispettore Coliandro (Inspector Coliandro)


Already from the slogan it's clear what makes unique a series as L'Ispettore Coliandro (Inspector Coliandro): "Il braccio maldestro della legge" (The clumsy arm of the law). L'Ispettore Coliandro (Inspector Coliandro), interpreted by Giampaolo Morelli, is an inspector of the Police Headquarter of Bologna, since childhood in love with the Italian detective stories and of the movies of the saga of the inspector Callaghan with Clint Eastwood. He often tries to emulate the deeds of his heroes, but with results always embarrassing, despite in the end he manages to solve the cases, despite the clumsiness and the ability to always be in risky situations.


Born from the pen of the writer Carlo Lucarelli, L'Ispettore Coliandro (Inspector Coliandro) perfectly combines the gags and the surveys, the comedy and the thriller, as if it were a modern version - and Italian style - of the saga of the inspector Closeau by Blake Edwars and Peter Sellers.



8) Dov'è Mario? (Where is Mario?)


Created, scripted and performed by Corrado Guzzanti, Dov'è Mario? (Where is Mario?) is a miniseries focused on the character of the left intellectual Mario Bambea who, after a disastrous accident from which he comes out apparently without problems, during the convalescence begins to take on strange behaviors, that will result in the double personality of Bizio Capoccetti, that in little time will become a famous comedian from the easy gag (racist).


Although he was already in the regular cast of the second season of Boris, Dov'è Mario? (Where is Mario?) is the first true approach of Guzzanti with the serial-televisive medium. An intelligent approach and that underlines as the Roman comedian has studied the television series to be able to make a quality product, without falling ever in the prolixity or in the excessive vulgarity.



9) Mario


Mario, television series by MTV (now Canale8) written by Maccio Capatonda, has been very successful thanks mainly to its author. Maccio Capatonda, whose real name is Marcello Macchia, has in fact a unique style, son of parodies and gross grammatical errors, or still of word games with the Italian language. In these elements it can be found the influence that has had on Maccio Capatonda a comedian as Nino Frassica, to make a name.


Con Mario, story of a newscasts presenter to which happens a series of absurd events, Maccio Capatonda takes all these elements and brings them to the nth power, confirming his own comic virtue, which perhaps has not been favorably received in his cinematographic debut (the movie Italiano Medio (Average Italian)) but that just in the times of the sitcom - twenty minutes or a little more - manages to catalyze perfectly everything he wants.



10) The Young Pope


Last but not least, the one that is perhaps the Italian series of the year. The Young Pope, of the Oscar winner Paolo Sorrentino is one of the spearheads of the scheduling of Sky and of the American HBO.


It tells about the young Pope Lenny Belardo, first Italian-American Pope which, with the name of Pio XIII - for nothing veiled the reference to the two controversial Popes Pio XI and XII - try in all ways to overwhelm the order formed over the centuries within the Vaticano, entering into conflict with the Secretary of the Vatican State, Voiello.


Exceptional cast, Jude Law, Silvio Orlando and Diane Keaton over all, wise direction and story from the many dark sides yet to be discovered: Sorrentino, which before entering in to the world of cinema has been television scriptwriter for La Squadra (The Team), manages to bring all his aesthetic (considered by many too easily and unfairly "boring and without contents") and to compress it into ten episodes, acclaimed not only in Italy - where the first two episodes have marked the absolute record on Sky for a television series - but also in the USA, where HBO has taken the opportunity to co-produce the series and to broadcast it.

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Boris arrives on Netflix: the brilliant series made in Italy online from today!
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Boris is arrived on Netflix (and is the first Italian fiction (drama) to do it)
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News 2016 - Boris: why you should watch it (on Netflix) - Special

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Netflix Italy: the complete series of Boris was released!
News 2016 - The three seasons of Boris are available on Netflix

February 26, 2016 | IGN Italia

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February 26, 2016 | SmartWorld

The Italian TV series Boris officially arrives on Netflix!
News 2016 - Netflix add in catalog the first Italian series

February 26, 2016 | Webtelevision

Netflix add in catalog the first Italian series
News 2016 - Boris, the three seasons from today are available on Netflix

February 26, 2016 | Movieplayer

Boris, the three seasons from today are available on Netflix
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February 26, 2016 | Il Post

From today the tv series "Boris" is on Netflix ("come on come on come on!")
News 2016 - Netflix Italy has added Boris to its catalogue

February 26, 2016 | Neflix

Netflix Italy has added Boris to its catalogue
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"Boris" on Netflix, 10 years later the fiction (drama) in Italy is still "to fucking dog"
News 2016 - Boris, the three seasons of the show come on Netflix

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Boris, the three seasons of the show come on Netflix
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News 2016 - Boris arrives on Netflix: in streaming all and 3 the seasons

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Boris arrives on Netflix: in streaming all and 3 the seasons
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