CentoVetrine

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CentoVetrine
Created byChristian Flour
Country of originItaly
No. of seasons15
No. of episodes3.245 (March 10, 2015)
Production
Running time23 min (episodes)
Release
Original networkCanale 5
External links
Website

Centovetrine is an Italian soap opera produced since 2000 and broadcast on Channel 5 from 8 January 2001 to 10 March 2015, with 70 episodes still unpublished.

The series tells the stories of some of the characters who work or are related to an imaginary shopping center Centovetrine, located in the center of Turin. There are many stories of love and passion, but also struggles for power and dynastic quarrels in the telefilm.

The soap was broadcast in first run ever by Channel 5, and since 2009 it is no longer visible in satellite mode, free to air, but by means of free-to-view satellite TV. The replicas of the soap went on air on the pay channel DIVA Universal and free channel A5.

It was broadcast in Croatia sometimes between May 2003 and July 2006, but only 580 episodes from seasons 1 to 3 and 100 episodes from season 4 which lasted total 680 episodes.

In Serbia, more than 1000 episodes from 5 seasons were aired.

Main cast[edit]

Actor: Character:

  • Roberto Alpi: Ettore Ferri
  • Elisabetta Coraini: Laura Beccaria
  • Sergio Troiano: Valerio Bettini
  • Michele D'Anca: Sebastian Castelli
  • Marianna De Micheli: Carol Grimani
  • Alessandro Mario: Marco Della Rocca
  • Jgor Barbazza: Damiano Bauer
  • Alex Belli: Jacopo Castelli
  • Barbara Clara: Viola Castelli
  • Linda Collini: Cecilia Castelli
  • Luciano Roman: Leo Brera
  • Jacopo Venturiero: Adam Vega
  • Anna Favella: Alba Boneschi

Past characters[edit]

Actor: Character:

  • Serena Bonanno: Elena Novelli Ferri
  • Daniela Fazzolari: Anita Ferri
  • Roberto Farnesi: Giuliano Corsini
  • Massimo Bulla: Gabriele Andreasi
  • Andrea Bermani: Federico Bettini
  • Melania Maccaferri: Francesca Bettini
  • Sabrina Marinucci: Rosa Bianco
  • Lina Bernardi: Sophie Rosseau
  • Camillo Milli: Ugo Monti
  • Clemente Pernarella: Paolo Monti
  • Anna Stante: Beatrice Le Goff
  • Francesca Reviglio: Benedetta Monti
  • Mary Asiride: Fatima Hazim
  • Beatrice Aiello

External links[edit]