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Sea Out 3 is about to land in preview on Rai Play with the first six episodes, while it will debut in the clear on February 15th. There are numerous novelties that await fans of the series, but some of these do not seem to be particularly appreciated.

It cannot be defined in other terms than as a miracle: this is Sea Outwhich is preparing to debut with the season no. 3. The series – also thanks to the addition in the catalogue Netflix – has in fact succeeded in what seemed an impossible undertaking: bringing young audiences closer to generalist television, moreover with quality content and well thought-out writing at the base.

Mare Fuori 3, curiosities and spoilers on the new upcoming season (ANSA/RAI) – VelvetMag

The events involving young prisoners in a juvenile penitentiary institute, located near Naples, kept viewers glued to the small screen. And now that the series is preparing to make the debut on RaiPlay with in first six episodes – available on the platform from February 1st – and free-to-air on Rai Due from February 15thIt’s time to rearrange your ideas.

While new and substantial advances have been leaked following the press preview – also reported by Vanity Fair – a clip has popped up on social media in the last few days. The latter, however, does not seem to have received the reception hoped for by fans of the show. In essence, therefore, what should we expect from Sea Out 3?

Sea Out 3the news of the Rai Due event series: the return of Ciro

Entrusted the direction to Ivan Silvestrini, Sea Out 3 seems to look to the past – as you can read on the pages of Vanity Fair – so much so that he begins his own narration starting from a flashback. And this is where one of the most popular characters in the series appears, for better or for worse, Cyrus Ricci (James George) died in the previous episodes at the hands of the “Chiattillo”, i.e Philip Ferrari (Nicolas Maupas), although Carmine was accused of his murder (Massimiliano Caiazzo). The scene in question has a strong symbolic value, since it introduces a sort of “handover” between Cyrus and (Maria Esposito), already presented at the end of the previous season. The latter, Ciro’s sister, has in fact arrived in prison to discover the truth and avenge her brother.

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The “cringissimo” videos and some spoilers

The scene in question has been at the center of some controversy. In the offending extract, in fact, we witness a moment of tenderness between Rosa and her brother, now deceased. In the clip in question, constructed as a sort of memory, the girl is heard asking her interlocutor: “It’s a problem if you fall head over heels for the wrong one. […] Then you tell me, which one is the right one.

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Mare Fuori 3, some spoilers of the upcoming new season (ANSA/RAI) – VelvetMag

For his part, the boy replies: “A boy who loves you for who you are, who is ready to die for you. If I like it, it’s the right one“. It all ends with an embrace, at the end of which the camera detaches from her face and then returns to that of the boy and discovers that it is… Carmine. There new understanding between the two, introduced in a manner altogether unexpected and, to use language more akin to Gen Zcringedoes not seem to have taken the favor of viewers.

To this, therefore, Ciro’s contribution in Sea Out 3? Or will she return in more flashbacks from time to time? In the meantime, we know the series will reserve several effective shots already starting from the first episodes: in particular, we will witness a red light scene which will concern Philip, who recently escaped with Naditza (Valentina Romani). In addition, some new entries are also expected during the next episodes such as Lucrezia Guidone and the chat Emy Good – ex Pupa de The Pupa and the Geek Show – who should play the role of a hustler. At the same time, it is also known that space will also be given to one during the third season gay love story.


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