Best new Italian TV Shows (2017 list - TV & Netflix)

There probably won’t be an Italian series that gained as momentum as Gomorra (2015) in the near future, but Italians know their drama. Here you’ll find a list with the best shows from Italy.
The Vore's TV staff selects the top best Italian TV series of 2017 on TV, DVD or Netflix. Are Giovanni Bianconi, Stefano Bises & Leonardo Fasoli Italy's best creators?

Italian TV series2017
Popular actorsEugenio Franceschini, Valentina Bellè & Andrea Bosca
Trending TV SeriesGrand Hotel, Gomorra & Il giovane Montalbano

2017 releases - most anticipated Italian TV series to watch

    The Reaping (Tuesday January 17, 2017)

    The Reaping tv poster Creator
    Roberto D'Antona
    Roberto D'Antona
    Annamaria Lorusso
    Michael Segal

    The paths of nine people cross when they are brought together by weird, violent events taking place in a little town. ...Read more

    The Young Pope (Tuesday January 17, 2017)

    The Young Pope tv poster Creator
    Paolo Sorrentino
    Jude Law
    Diane Keaton
    Silvio Orlando

    Jude law is magnificent as the handsome yet dangerously conservative young pope who wants to bring back the Catholic Church as the mysterious exclusive and strict entity it once was. In the meanwhile we can enjoy all the gossip and politics at the Vatican. This HBO production was created by no other than Paolo Sorrentino, the hottest current Italian film director (La Grande Bellezza)...Read more

Best Italian TV series on Netflix or DVD in 2017 & 2016

Best Italian TV series out on DVD, Bluray or VOD (Netflix, Amazon).

Italy country statistics

Country popularity
Country ranking#10
Familiar facesEugenio Franceschini, Valentina Bellè & Andrea Bosca
Trending showsGrand Hotel, Gomorra & Il giovane Montalbano
Amount of country shows per year from 2010 to 2017

12 Italian TV series scheduled for release this year.

Italy is no longer just in the crime detective & drama business - it's trying its luck at the popular horror genre with zombie series and horror thrillers coming our way. The amount of co-productions and English language shows is also rising, like HBO's The Young Pope by Paolo Sorrentino