The countdown has officially begun. New episodes Don Matteocoming soon to Raiuno are poised to captivate the public with its fourteenth season, likely to air in March 2024.
After the handover from Terence Hill/Don Matteo, the first photo of new Carabinieri captain Diego Martino has finally been released, intent on returning his ex, prosecutor Vittoria Guidi (Gaya Messerklinger) to Spoleto.
It is being translated by Eugenio Mastrandrea, who starred in the Netflix mini-series F.scratch rum along with Zoe Saldana and continued his international career with Equalizer 3, the new chapter of the film saga with Denzel Washington. The film, which is in theaters from August 30, sees the return of El Fanning, but as it is filmed partly on the Amalfi Coast, it features an Italian cast including Andrea Dodero (a wish entrusted to Vanity Fair very well done!).
In the image, he receives a welcome to the team directly from Don Massimo (Raul Bova), so there is an impression of great camaraderie. The cast includes historical figure Nino Frassica (Marshal Cecchini), Natalie Guetta (Natalina) and Francesco Scali (Pippo), while it is not yet known whether prosecutor Marco Nardi (Maurizio Lastrico) will leave the team. Even Maria Chiara Giannetta, whom the public fell in love with Blanca, who is filming the second season, could leave the form of captain Anna Olivieri. For the moment, they have confirmed their presence on Instagram, but it is not yet known for how long: they talk about the tedious communication and, clearly excited, also about gratitude to the viewers who have always followed them with love.
Lastrico is currently in the cast Call my agent – Italy (on Sky and NOW), as well as around Italy with a theatrical show Leave every beating of you who enters.
The two actors, also close friends in life, were launched by the series Lux Vide and headed towards new horizons. Who remembers the breathtaking duet on stage Sanremo Festival?
Instead, the storyline continues as Don Massimo rediscovers his relationship with his sister Giulia (Federica Sabatini). In short, ten very eventful evenings curated by Riccardo Donna, Enrico Ianniello and Francesco Vicario.
Perennial fiction continues to uncover mysteries and crimes, not just matters of the heart, with its understated and gentle style that audiences have followed for more than a decade.