Made in Italy Season 2 News, Cast, Release Date

After the Season 1 finale, Amazon has revealed its hit Made in Italy season second, starring Margherita Buy.

Made in Italy Season 2 Release Date

Made in Italy creator Luisa Cotta Ramosino not yet confirmed season 2 for the drama TV Series. If a renewal will be confirmed it will return at September 16, 2024 near the same time. Here’s what we know so far.

Countdown to Season 2 Release

Who will be playing in the next season 2?

The essential cast must return, may as well as few new faces. Rita Pasini (2019) role will play a Margherita Buy alongside Irene Mastrangelo (2019) role will be played Greta Ferro. In addition, Andrea Bosca (Davide Franci), Ludovica Visentini will play a Valentina Carnelutti, Eva Riccobono (Antonia La Tour (2019)), John Sassi (2019) role will be played by actor Marco Bocci, star Fiammetta Cicogna as Monica Massimello (2019), Armando Frattini (2019) role will be played by actor Giuseppe Cederna, Saul Nanni (Flavio) and Andrea Nava role will play a Sergio Albelli.

Made in Italy Season 2 trailer: When will we see it?

Right now, this teaser is most relevant to upcoming season of TV series.

When will Made in Italy Season 2nd air?

Season 2nd will once again be made up of eight total episodes. They will be accessible live from Amazon just after release. Premiere episode starts in September 16, 2024. Series episodes will release weekly on Mondays. Greater detail episodes list presented inside table below.

Episode NumberEpisode TitleAmazon Release Date
2X01Episode 1September 16, 2024
2X02Episode 2September 16, 2024
2X03Episode 3September 16, 2024
2X04Episode 4September 16, 2024
2X05Episode 5September 16, 2024
2X06Episode 6September 16, 2024
2X07Episode 7September 16, 2024
2X08Episode 8September 16, 2024

About Series

The plot tells the story of Irene Mastrangelo, an aspiring journalist from southern Italy, who moves to Milan, the fashion capital of the world, in the early 1970s, where she takes a job at the glossy Appeal magazine, intending to earn money for her university studies. Here she meets editor-in-chief Rita Pasini, and also finds herself at the epicenter of the emergence of new European fashion trends driven by eccentric fashion designers including Giorgio Armani, Gianni Versacci and Miuccia Prada.