Disney has released a trailer for the upcoming Italian Disney+ Original series, “The Lions Of Sicily”, which is set between 1800 and 1861, the eight-part series follows the Florio family as brothers Paolo and Ignazio, two small spice merchants, escape from a Calabria stuck in the past – in search of social redemption. In Sicily they invent their future, turning a small, run-down shop into a flourishing business activity that young Vincenzo, with his revolutionary ideas, will transform into an economic empire. However, overwhelming Vincenzo’s life and that of the entire family is the disruptive arrival of Giulia, a strong and intelligent woman who acts in contrast with the rigid rules of the society of the time.

Check out the trailer below:

The series stars Michele Riondino (“Fidelity”), Miriam Leone (“Diabolik”), Donatella Finocchiaro (“Upside Down”), Vinicio Marchioni (“Vicini di casa”), Eduardo Scarpetta (“The Ignorant Angels”), Paolo Briguglia (“Padri”), Ester Pantano (“Màkari”) and Adele Cammarata (“Elementi”).

“The Lions of Sicily” was directed by Paolo Genovese (“Superheroes”) and is produced by Francesco and Federico Scardamaglia for Compagnia Leone Cinematografica, and Raffaella Leone and Marco Belardi of Lotus Production. Ludovica Rampoldi and Stefano Sardo have writen the show.

The first four episodes of “The Lions Of Sicily” are going to be released on Disney+ in many countries around the world including Italy, Australia, Canada and the UK on October 25th 2023, with another batch of episodes to follow in November.

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