Mediaset Fiction announces three new productions

Mediaset Fiction revealed three new productions for next season to enrich Canale's schedule.

Filming in different locations are organized in Rome and Tuscany.

At the end of April, in Rome, the set of Fosca Innocenti will open and then will move to Arezzo. The series, directed by Fabrizio Costa and produced by Banijay Studios Italy, marks the return of Vanessa Incontrada on Canale 5 in the role of a Deputy Commissioner at the head of an all-female investigative team. Fosca's weak point? His best friend Cosimo, played by Francesco Arca, owner of the wine shop near the police station.

The filming of History of a respectable family has just begun, directed by Stefano Reali, produced on March 11th. The series, starring Simona Cavallari and Giuseppe Zeno, is freely inspired by Rosa Ventrella's best-seller. The story takes place in Bari between 1985 and 1992 and tells of the friendship between Maria, daughter of fishermen, and Michele, son of the boss Nicola Straziota. A relationship that grows over the years to become a great love that will have to fight against the hostilities of families and the decadence that surrounds them.

Also in production, the series Stronger than Destiny, directed by Alexis Sweet, produced by Fabula Pictures. Protagonists Giulia Bevilacqua, Laura Chiatti, Sergio Rubini and Loretta Goggi. "Stronger than Destiny", is an adaptation of the French series-event "Le Bazar de la Charité", is set in Palermo in 1886. During the inauguration of the Exhibition from the National Exposition, with the crowd thronging among the renowned technological marvels (including the cinema), a violent fire breaks out. The victims are mostly women. A story starring the women of Sicily at the end of the century, with the injustices they are forced to suffer in a male-dominated society that is struggling to change
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