Django , the series inspired by theclassic spaghetti westernbySergio Corbucciand starringMatthias SchoenaertsandNoomi Rapace,

It will arrive on February 17 exclusively on Sky and streaming only on NOW. With the announcement, here is the trailer.

Produced by Cattleya and Atlantique Productions and co-produced by Sky Studios and CANAL+, in collaboration with Odeon Fiction and StudioCanal TV, Django will consist of ten episodes of 60 minutes each.
The first four episodes are directed by Francesca Comencini ( Gomorra – The series ), also artistic director of the series. The following sets, for a total of ten, were signed by David Evans ( Downton Abbey ) and Enrico Maria Artale ( Romulus ).

Schoenaerts plays Django, while Noomi Rapace lends her face to Elizabeth, the fearsome and ruthless enemy of John Ellis, the main antagonist of Django played by Nicholas Pinnock ( For Life , Captain America , Top Boy ). Lisa Vicari ( Dark ) plays the role of Sarah, the daughter Django thought was dead.

The plot

Freely adapted from the cult movie by Sergio Corbucci, Django is the story of a man who, having set out in search of revenge, will end up fighting for something greater.
Texas, late 1800s. Django reaches a parched city at the bottom of a crater: it’s New Babylon. He searches for the men who murdered his family, but discovers that his daughter Sarah survived and is at the scene. She is now twenty years old and is preparing to marry John Ellis, who is the founder of New Babylon; plus, she doesn’t want Django around.
But Django is not a man to give up, and he will leave no stone unturned to have another chance with his daughter. In each case the three – Django, Sarah and John – are entangled in a tangle of sinister secrets destined to come to the surface.

Django was created and written by Leonardo Fasoli ( Gomorrah – The series , ZeroZeroZero ) and Maddalena Ravagli ( Gomorrah – The series ), also co-authors of the series story together with Francesco Cenni and Michele Pellegrini . Max Hurwitz ( ZeroZeroZero ) wrote two episodes. The series is produced by Riccardo Tozzi , Giovanni Stabilini , Marco Chimenz and Francesca Longardi for Cattleya and by Olivier Bibas for Atlantique Productions. Nicola Maccanico ,Nils Hartmann and Sonia Rovai are executive producers for Sky Studios.