Summertime 2: from June 3 on Netflix

The second season of Summertime, the Italian Netflix original series produced by Cattleya – part of ITV Studios -, will debut on June 3 in all countries where the service is active.

The protagonists of the first season of Summertime are back, Summer (Coco Rebecca Edogamhe), Ale (Ludovico Tersigni), Dario (Andrea Lattanzi), Sofia (Amanda Campana), Edo (Giovanni Maini), Blue (Alicia Ann Edogamhe), Giulia (Romina Colbasso) to which are added Lola (Amparo Piñero Guirao), Rita (Lucrezia Guidone) and Jonas (Giovanni Anzaldo). In the roles of adults are confirmed Isabella (Thony) and Antony (Alberto Boubakar Malanchino), respectively the mother and father of Summer and Blue, Laura (Maria Sole Mansutti) and Maurizio (Mario Sgueglia) or the mother and father of Ale, while Miguel (Jorge Bosch Dominguez) will be the boy’s new coach, and Loris (Giuseppe Giacobazzi), Edo’s father, will have his girlfriend Wanda (Marina Massironi) at his side.

The second season of the series, from June 3 on Netflix and based on the novel Three meters above the sky by Federico Moccia, it is directed by Francesco Lagi, former co-director and co-author of the first season, and by Marta Savina. All the episodes are signed by Enrico Audenino and Francesco Lagi, flanked by Daniela Gambaro, Luca Giordano and Vanessa Picciarelli in the writing of some screenplays.

Summertime will bring the public back to the summer atmospheres of the Adriatic coast, thanks also to the support of the Emilia-Romagna Film Commission.

Summertime 2: trailer and synopsis

How many things can happen in a year? Many, especially when you are young like the protagonists of Summertime. Summer is back, Summer, Edo and Sofia pass the final exams and make plans for the future, Ale is in Spain struggling with his return to the track and a new love life with Lola, while Dario is looking for its own way. Everyone discovering what it really means to grow up. But this summer will speak above all of love: the torment and the ecstasy of a feeling that from being dreamed, desired and feared finally becomes reality and which, once again on the notes of an exciting soundtrack, will open the hearts of the boys. to new challenges.

Summertime: the soundtrack of the second season

The Netflix series Summertime returns to give emotions also in this second season, with a soundtrack that will immerse the audience in the atmospheres of summer, adolescence and lightheartedness. Starting with the young singer-songwriter Ariete who, in addition to being the protagonist of a special cameo within Summertime, brings her authentic and direct style to the soundtrack with “The Last Night”, a song she wrote specifically for the series, and with “18 years” and “Only you”.

The collaboration with the eclectic singer-songwriter duo Coma_Cose continues, which with the success “Flames in the eyes”, the song previewed on the stage of the Sanremo 2021 Festival and which has now become a cult, will also accompany the events of the characters in the atmosphere in the second season summer holidays on the Adriatic coast.

Among the protagonists of the series the actress and singer-songwriter Thony returns, once again in the dual role of protagonist in the role of Isabella (Summer and Blue’s mother) and musician: after the song “The Living I Know” composed for the first time season, this year is the turn of new unreleased and original songs such as “Trouble me too” and “We’ll be fine”.

The original musical style of Summertime is therefore confirmed, which mixes unforgettable hits such as “The sky in a room”, “Desperate love” and “The sky is always bluer”, with some of the most beloved artists of the contemporary Italian music scene. such as Franco126, Carl Brave, Margherita Vicario, Gio Evan, Frah Quintale, Fulminacci, Psychologists ft Madame, Svegliaginevra, Venerus and many others.

Curiosities and production of the second season

Summertime’s second season was an even more challenging challenge for Cattleya than the previous one. It was creatively, in telling a world that made viewers dream in the throes of a global pandemic. It was productive, in finding continuous solutions for the security needs that that same pandemic made indispensable.

The series this year is stratifying and growing, exploring new avenues together with its characters. A year has passed since last summer and life has gone fast, as it only happens at that age. Some loves have strengthened, some have just been born, others have passed away or have simply changed shape. Each of the protagonists is looking for their own path, discovering who they are and who they want to become.

We like to imagine that the kids who reflect themselves more closely in this story can in a certain sense grow together with the characters, as only happens with the serial story. But that is not all. The success of the first season told us that Summertime manages to speak to a much wider audience.

Older generations who find in the stories of our protagonists the meaning of those summers spent looking at the sun, imagining the future, looking for themselves while looking for someone who makes our heart beat faster.

Another element that makes this season even more original than the previous one is the adrenaline. The first season touched in a tangent way the story of the world of motorcycles. A story that this year becomes full and decisive, becoming even more representative. The challenge was to bring this sporting arena to the screen in a realistic way and to do so, the collaboration with the

The Romagna Riviera still remains the backdrop with its beaches and small urban centers that have welcomed the return of production with open arms, despite the needs amplified by the anti-Covid measures, which daily required an effort of collaboration and support.

And those beaches, those small urban centers, are still all there, enhanced by that photograph that was one of the creative cornerstones of the first season. A photograph that this year flexes and expands, contaminating engines and loves to enhance their contrasts.

Among the great news of this second season, Summertime is also set in Spain, and more precisely in Barcelona, ​​where one of the narrative lines of the story develops. The Spanish world brings with it new characters and to expand the cast in fact there is the very young Amparo Piñero Guirao, a talent who arrived thanks to one of the biggest bets this year: the virtual casting.

In Italy, the cast has been enriched by great personalities such as Lucrezia Guidone, Giovanni Anzaldo and Marina Massironi, who have joined the young protagonists bringing great professionalism and energy in the new stories that will excite the audience of this second season.