Suburra: Blood On Rome Season 3 Release Date Is Revealed!

International shows are also receiving a great response from the audiences. Back in 2017, an Italian series titled Suburra: Blood on Rome released on Netflix. It is inspired by the novel Suburra by Giancarlo De Cataldo and Carlo Bonini. It is developed by Daniele Cesarano and Barbara Petronio for Netflix. The series cast stars like Alessandro Borghi, Giacomo Ferrara, and Eduardo Valdarnini in the lead roles. Total two seasons released so far on Netflix.

Now everyone is waiting for the third season. We are getting Suburra: Blood On Rome Season 3, and the fans want to know about its release. So keep reading to catch all the details for it:

Suburra: Blood On Rome Will End With Season 3

Around April 2019, Netflix officially announced that it renewed the Italian series for a third season. Then they also later said that the story of the series will conclude with season 3. So it’s a piece of also very emotional news for the fans as they will have to say goodbye to their favorite Italian series. But they are also excited to see what they will get in the final season of the series.

This year, Netflix also announced that they are also ending these series: Chilling Adventures of Sabrina, Lucifer, The Kominsky Method, and others.

Release Date Of Suburra: Blood On Rome Season 3

The production on the third and final season began in the previous year. Then filming also took place in Italy. The great thing is the shooting already finished before the coronavirus hit the world. So the third season will not face a delay as the production is already finished on it.

Recently Netflix also announced the release date for the third season. So, season 3 will deliver on Netflix on 30 October 2020.

Trailer For Suburra: Blood On Rome Season 3

The full-length trailer is not released yet but the good thing is recently a short teaser released for the third season. Have a look at it:

Cast Details For Suburra: Blood On Rome Season 3

In the third and final season, these stars will return for it:

  • Alessandro Borghi as Aureliano Adami
  • Giacomo Ferrara as Alberto “Spadino” Anacleti
  • Francesco Acquaroli as Samurai
  • Filippo Nigro as Amedeo Cinaglia
  • Claudia Gerini as Sara Monaschi
  • Adamo Dionisi as Manfredi Anacleti
  • Carlotta Antonelli as Angelica Sale
  • Paola Sotgiu as Adelaide Anacleti
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