Violet Like the Sea

Violet Like the Sea – Second Season

Synopsis

“Violet Like the Sea” is a TV series freely adapted from Simona Tanzini’s novel Conosci l’estate – with Season One, broadcast in prime time on Canale 5, proving to be one of the greatest television successes of 2022.

The series is a procedural we could define as light crime, mixing comic elements with vertical police investigations.

In season two we will see renew itself and welcome new characters, including the publisher Leonardo Piazza, who will prove to be almost a mentor to Viola, and the director Vita Stabili, with whom she will instead have a conflictual relationship. In addition, there will be some new journalists, as well as her reliable, irreplaceable sidekick, Tamara.​

But the new developments don’t end there, because Viola will no longer have to deal with crime reporting as such: her new calling will be to create a podcast that starts from the news to reveal the human stories that lie behind it.​

To do that, she will inevitably collaborate again with Francesco Demir, a charming police inspector whose intuition always proves fundamental in solving every case they find themselves facing together – an intuition which, however, in Season One also relied heavily on Viola’s “special” ability… a “superpower” that allows her to “see” the emotions of others through what is called synesthesia.

Synesthesia allows her to associate specific colors with the emotions of the people in front of her. It’s an ability that will allow her to help Demir in the investigations, but not only… Strengthened by a new awareness, in Season Two, Viola will appreciate that she can do much more using synesthesia: her new mission will be to help people she encounters during investigations, until… their emotions change!

Synopsis

“Violet Like the Sea” is a TV series freely adapted from Simona Tanzini’s novel Conosci l’estate – with Season One, broadcast in prime time on Canale 5, proving to be one of the greatest television successes of 2022.

The series is a procedural we could define as light crime, mixing comic elements with vertical police investigations.

In season two we will see renew itself and welcome new characters, including the publisher Leonardo Piazza, who will prove to be almost a mentor to Viola, and the director Vita Stabili, with whom she will instead have a conflictual relationship. In addition, there will be some new journalists, as well as her reliable, irreplaceable sidekick, Tamara.​

But the new developments don’t end there, because Viola will no longer have to deal with crime reporting as such: her new calling will be to create a podcast that starts from the news to reveal the human stories that lie behind it.​

To do that, she will inevitably collaborate again with Francesco Demir, a charming police inspector whose intuition always proves fundamental in solving every case they find themselves facing together – an intuition which, however, in Season One also relied heavily on Viola’s “special” ability… a “superpower” that allows her to “see” the emotions of others through what is called synesthesia.

Synesthesia allows her to associate specific colors with the emotions of the people in front of her. It’s an ability that will allow her to help Demir in the investigations, but not only… Strengthened by a new awareness, in Season Two, Viola will appreciate that she can do much more using synesthesia: her new mission will be to help people she encounters during investigations, until… their emotions change!

Cast

Crew

  • Viola Vitale Francesca Chillemi
  • Francesco Demir Can Yaman
  • Turi D'Agata Giovanni Nasta
  • Tamara Chiara Tron
  • Raffaele Lorenzo Scalzo
  • Vita Stabili Alice Arcuri
  • Maryam Virginia Diop
  • Matteo Ferrara Giovanni Scifoni
  • Leonardo Piazza Ninni Bruschetta
  • Farah Kyshan Wilson
  • Directed by Alexis Sweet (Ep. 1-6, 11,12), Laszlo Barbo (Ep.7-10)
  • Written by Elena Bucaccio, Silvia Leuzzi
  • Story Editor Jessica Quaquarelli
  • Casting Chiara Natalucci, Flavia Toti Lombardozzi
  • Costume Monica Celeste
  • Director of Photography Mark Melville
  • Post Production Rosario Ranieri
  • Editor Alessio Rivellino, Simone Mele
  • Production Designer Stefano Pica
  • Unit Production Manager Andrea Usai
  • Line Producer Emanuela Loreti
  • Creative Producer Elena Bucaccio, Sabina Marabini
  • Executive Producer Daniele Passani, Corrado Trionfera
  • Produced by Luca Bernabei
  • Viola Vitale Francesca Chillemi
  • Francesco Demir Can Yaman
  • Turi D'Agata Giovanni Nasta
  • Tamara Chiara Tron
  • Raffaele Lorenzo Scalzo
  • Vita Stabili Alice Arcuri
  • Maryam Virginia Diop
  • Matteo Ferrara Giovanni Scifoni
  • Leonardo Piazza Ninni Bruschetta
  • Farah Kyshan Wilson
  • Directed by Alexis Sweet (Ep. 1-6, 11,12), Laszlo Barbo (Ep.7-10)
  • Written by Elena Bucaccio, Silvia Leuzzi
  • Story Editor Jessica Quaquarelli
  • Casting Chiara Natalucci, Flavia Toti Lombardozzi
  • Costume Monica Celeste
  • Director of Photography Mark Melville
  • Post Production Rosario Ranieri
  • Editor Alessio Rivellino, Simone Mele
  • Production Designer Stefano Pica
  • Unit Production Manager Andrea Usai
  • Line Producer Emanuela Loreti
  • Creative Producer Elena Bucaccio, Sabina Marabini
  • Executive Producer Daniele Passani, Corrado Trionfera
  • Produced by Luca Bernabei
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