It would be inaccurate to call "Gomorrah" the most recent of "The Wire's" overseas progeny, given that the former premiered in Italy two years ago. But "Gomorrah" is among the most admirable of the…
ROME — The second series of "Gomorrah," Italy's naturalistic Neapolitan mob show, which is the country's biggest all-time TV export, has ended its Italian run scoring gangbuster ratings on Sky…
ROME — The second season of pan-European paybox Sky's gritty Italian crime skein "Gomorrah" bowed Tuesday scoring record-breaking ratings in Italy where its first two episodes drew an average of more…
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SundanceTV has acquired the first two seasons of Italian crime drama "Gomorrah" from The Weinstein Company. The first 12-episode season is set to premiere on the cable network in summer 2016. Based…
Boosted by the international sales success of mob series "Gomorrah," Italy's expanding TV production community, led by Sky Italia and shingle Cattleya, is hoping to spark a trend among buyers, much…
This excellent Italian TV adaptation of Roberto Saviano's mob expose uncovers deeper, richer angles on its subject than Matteo Garrone's 2008 movie.
ROME — The Weinstein Company has closed a deal with Beta Film to acquire U.S. rights to "Gomorrah," the hot Italo TV series that depicts the real Neapolitan mob with a degree of authenticity never…
Almost three years after the announcement that Matteo Garrone's gritty Mafia film "Gomorrah" would become a TV series, cameras are rolling, marking the boldest programming effort yet from Rupert…
Germany's Beta Film has taken world sales on "Gomorrah," the high-profile Italo TV series which aims to depict the real Neapolitan mob with a degree of authenticity that's never been seen before…
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