Gomorrah (Italian: Gomorra) is an Italian crime drama television series created and produced by Roberto Saviano. The show is based on Saviano's book of the same name. It originally aired on the Sky Italia network on 6 May 2014, and has run for three seasons.
It tells the story of Ciro di Marzio (Marco D'Amore), a member of the Savastano clan, headed by Pietro Savastano (Fortunato Cerlino), a high-ranking drug lord. Ciro aims to navigate the dangers of the criminal world, while also fighting a brutal civil war. The title is a play on the Italian crime syndicate Camorra, and the show is set and filmed in Naples.
The show also features Savastano's family, which consists of his wife Immacolata (Maria Pia Calzone) and son, Gennaro (Salvatore Esposito). The show also features rival drug lord Salvatore Conte (Marco Palvetti), while introducing the characters Annalisa Magliocca (Cristina Donadio) and Giuseppe Avitabile (Gianfranco Gallo) in the show's later seasons.