White Lotus Season II will feature gorgeous and mysterious Taormina, Sicily, when it returns to the screen in October 2022.
The wine that got Sideways’s Maya into wine is grown in a single vineyard in southern Tuscany.
Stanley Tucci returns to Italy this fall. Season 3 of Searching for Italy begins on October 9!
If you’ve ever wanted to know more about the history of the crucifixion during the age of Ancient Rome, here is a fascinating podcast to listen to on Easter.
“The Hand of God” is packed with beautiful and surreal scenes of Naples. Learn about the locations, people, and cultural references in Sorrentino’s Neapolitan masterpiece.
Could “The Hand of God” be Paolo Sorrentino’s best film?
I got Paramount+ to watch Serie A, Champions League, and Europa League matches. It’s worth it…but it could be even better.
House of Gucci, the amazing-looking film that features a star-studded cast including Lady Gaga and Adam Driver, will soon be out in theaters and I am really excited to see it. The trailer looks amazing: But as cool as the movie looks, I am really dying to read the book first! House of Gucci: A…
Season 2 of “Stanley Tucci: Searching for Italy” airs May 1, 2022, on CNN.
Hosted by Bruno Barbieri, 4 Hotel is a popular Italian reality show that provides plenty of travel inspiration.
“Leonardo,” a new dramatic series starring Aidan Turner and Freddie Highmore, explores the life and genius of Leonardo da Vinci.
“Stanley Tucci: Searching for Italy” is the perfect cure for wanderlust. Here is a comprehensive guide to all the places he visits in Season 1.
A touching new documentary short from Netflix asks “What would Sophia Loren do?”
“Reno Italiano” is a new home renovation show on HGTV starring Rome-based interior designer Arlene Gibbs. Trust me, you’re going to love it!
Romulus is a 10-part tv series about Rome’s origin story told entirely in archaic Latin.
Actor and life-long Roman Alberto Sordi was born in 1920. His home in Rome will open to the public to mark the centennial of his birth.
On May 20, 1960, Federico Fellini’s “La Dolce Vita” won the Palme d’Or at Cannes. Watch “Three Reasons” why this film remains a classic. For more details on where “La Dolce Vita” was filmed, explore this list of Fellini’s film locations from Rome and Rimini.
I always love a good time-lapse video, and especially if it features Rome! Here’s a very recent one that shows Rome in her late summer splendor. It was shot by Josh of jandrewfilmandphotography.com, who used 7,000 images to create this 2-minute, 37-second clip. Hyperlapse has a long way to go to get results like these.