The Trial (Italian: Il processo) is an Italian television mini-series, composed of 8 episodes, created by Alessandro Fabbri, in collaboration with Laura Colella and Enrico Audenino, and directed by Stefano Lodovichi. It originally aired in Italy in November 2019 and was released on Netflix on 10 April 2020.
- November 29 –, December 13, 2019
- Canale 5
The Trial: Created by Alessandro Fabbri. With Vittoria Puccini, Francesco Scianna, Camilla Filippi, Simone Colombari. A group of characters is implicated in the murder of Angelica. They all walk on a razor's edge searching for the truth, waiting for a verdict, which will establish, in a way or another, a new course for their lives.
- Crime, Thriller
The Trial. 2019| Maturity Rating:13+ | 1 Season| Drama. The murder of a teen girl impacts a public prosecutor linked to the victim, a lawyer seeking a career-making case and a suspect who says she's innocent. Starring:Vittoria Puccini, Francesco Scianna, Camilla Filippi.
- Stefano Lodovichi
- December 16, 2019
20 apr 2020 · The Trial, an Italian thriller that debuted on Netflix this week, looks like it’s going to be one of those thrillers. Then the first part hits an early twist and… well, read on to find out....
10 apr 2020 · Netflix’s new Italian series ‘The Trial’ is an intense courtroom drama that evokes intrigue through its typical who-dun-it premise. However, at the same time, it also weaves a narrative that so deeply feels for its characters and the scenarios they get themselves in, it’s simply hard to take your eyes off it.
5 ago 2022 · A new addition to this is ‘The Trial’, or ‘Il Processo’, an Italian legal drama that revolves around the murder of a 17-year-old girl. The series introduces us to Elena Guerra (Vittoria Puccini), a public prosecutor who discovers that she is linked to the victim of the murder.
15 apr 2020 · Our best estimate is that if renewed, The Trial season 2 will release sometime in Fall 2021, on Channel 5, followed by premiere on Netflix. The Trial Season 2 Cast: Who can be in it? The cast is led by Vittoria Puccini, who plays Elena Guerra, the public prosecutor fighting for Angelica.