The first season of the TV series directed by Gabriele Muccino debuts today on Sky and NOW, but there is already talk of a sequel and new episodes
A casa tutti bene, the TV series by Gabriele Muccino, debuts today on Sky Serie and streaming on NOW. And there is no mystery about its future: it has already been announced that the second season will be there and is in the works. The series is a remake of the 2018 film of the same name, which was a great success in theaters.
The first season of A casa tutti bene, produced by Sky and Marco Belardi for Lotus Production, a company of Leone Film Group, once again brings to the small screen the family events, often difficult and complex, of the Ristuccia family, which has been running a restaurant in Rome for decades. This is Gabriele Muccino's first experience directing a TV series. Not new, however, is the collaboration between the director and the singer Jovanotti, born Lorenzo Cherubini, who signed the theme song that will introduce each episode. It had already happened in the past with the great successes Baciami ancora and L'estate addosso.
What's the story about A casa tutti bene: the plot
The main characters of the story are Carlo Ristuccia (played by Francesco Scianna), his new partner Ginevra, who has never been accepted by his family (Laura Adriani) and Sara Ristuccia, Carlo's sister (Silvia D'Amico). The third Ristuccia brother is Paolo (Simone Liberati), who returns to Italy with his 11-year-old son after an experience in France and a divorce.
The vicissitudes of these protagonists intertwine with those of Carlo's ex-wife, Elettra (Euridice Axen), by whom he had a daughter, and especially with those of the Mariani family (Paola Sotgiu, Valerio Aprea and Alessio Moneta), who at one point claims a place in the restaurant business, threatening to resurface a terrible secret from the past.
The cast also includes, among others, Laura Morante and Francesco Acquaroli, who play the roles of Alba and Pietro Ristuccia, owners of the San Pietro restaurant, and Emma Marrone, who plays Luana.
A casa tutti bene 2: where and when the sequel will be released
A few days before the TV debut of A casa tutti bene, it was announced that the sequel will be made. This was said at the press conference for the presentation of the series by Antonella D'Errico, Executive Vice President Programming of Sky Italy, who also added that the work of writing the new episodes has already begun.
It's still too early to know when A casa tutti bene 2 will be released, of course, but surely the sequel will also be seen on Sky and most likely Gabriele Muccino will once again be in charge of the direction. He hinted at it himself, saying that he had begun to think of a possible director to replace him, but then changed his mind.
While waiting, the first season of the TV series is visible from December 20 on Sky Serie, streaming on NOW and on demand on Sky.