New Italian movies and TV series will feature on Paramount+ when it launches in Italy on September 15.
More than 8,000 hours of content will include Halo, Tulsa King, 1883 and Paw Patrol. Among the Italian titles features are Corpo Libero, Circeo, 14 Giorni and Miss Fallaci.
Paramount+ is being priced at The service will be available for €7.99 monthly/€79.90 annually.
“Italy not only has an incredible production history, from cult movies to TV series, but it is also a key market for the global expansion of Paramount+,” said Marco Nobili, Executive Vice President and International General Manager of Paramount+. “This launch, followed by Germany, Austria, Switzerland and France in the coming months will bring Paramount+ to all major European markets by the end of the year.”
The selection of Italian titles includes Circeo, produced by Cattleya in collaboration with VIS, Paramount+ and RAI Fiction which retraces the process following the terrible case of 1975; 14 Days, a Paramount+ original Italian production, written and directed by Ivan Cotroneo, which tells the story of a couple forced into two weeks of seclusion; the Corpo Libero series, a co-production by Indigo Film and Network Movie, in co-production with ZDFneo, in collaboration with Rai Fiction and Paramount+, in association with All3Media International Limited: the thriller based on the novel by Ilaria Bernardini and written with Chiara Barzini, Ludovica Rampoldi and Giordana Mari.