Doc: In Your Hands, Luca Argentero, and the Record-Breaking TV Series

It’s the record-breaking TV series. The audience figures for the first season reached 6.3 million viewers, even beating the Italian Cup. It’s “Doc. In your hands”, the fiction made famous by the Turin native Luca Argentero, the third season of which will be broadcast on Raiuno from 11 January. An event, if you consider that the series was also bought by the United States, which is rewriting the episodes specifically for American TV, and is even about to debut at the cinema. That’s right.

The date must be marked in a diary: on 18 and 19 December the first two episodes of the new season will be broadcast exclusively on the UCI Cinemas circuit also in Turin (Lingotto and Moncalieri). These are the first adventures directed by Jan Maria Michelini, Nicola Abbatangelo and Matteo Oleotto and interpreted, obviously, by Luca Argentero, Matilde Gioli, Sara Lazzaro, Pierpaolo Spollon, Marco Rossetti, Giacomo Giorgio, Laura Cravedi, Elisa Wong, Giovanni Scifoni and Elisa By Eusanio.

History

A gunshot to the head. It was this that shattered Andrea Fanti’s life, head of Internal Medicine at the Ambrosiano Polyclinic in Milan. Even though he survived, once he emerged from the coma he had to deal with a terrible discovery: the last twelve years of his life vanished into thin air, as if they had never existed. He doesn’t remember the end of his marriage, the beginning of a new relationship with a colleague, the death of his son. In short, all the things that, for better or for worse, made him who he was. A wound from which it was not easy to recover, but which turned out to be an unexpected opportunity: because while before the shot he was cold and distant, now, thanks to amnesia, Andrea was able to get closer to the patients, understand their needs and needs, becoming a doctor, but also a better man. He has become Doc. At least that’s what his colleagues and residents in the department call him.

And now, after discovering the truth behind the gunshot that cost him his memory in season one, and after fighting alongside the rest of the staff during the pandemic in season two, Doc finds himself facing a new challenge in this third season. Reinstated in the role of head doctor, he does his best to manage the department, trying to achieve the objectives set by the management, without however giving up the quality and attention that he demands of his patients.

Among the news for 2024, the entry into the cast of Giacomo Giorgio, the famous Ciro from “Mare Fuori”, who among other things will return to Rai in February.

Born in Naples, at the age of 6 he played Pulcinella in a local play, an experience that brought him closer to acting. He then began his studies in Naples and in 2009, at the age of 11, he moved to Milan to study the Stanislavskij method. Here he acted in various companies holding various shows and began studying with Michael Margotta. At 17 he moved to Rome to continue his acting career.

In 2017 he made his film debut with “The Happy Prince – The Last Portrait of Oscar Wilde” alongside Colin Firth, directed by Rupert Everett. In the same year he appeared in the film “Non c’è campo” by Federico Moccia. his career also on the small screen in the television series The Bastards of “Pizzofalcone 2”, by Alessandro D’Alatri.

In 2020 he joined the cast of the series “Mare Fuori” playing Ciro Ricci, a character that led Giacomo to become known to the public. In 2022 he starred in “Survivors”, a series broadcast on Rai 1 while in 2023 he took part in the filming of the series “Doc. nelle tue mani”, the fiction “Per Elisa” and the series Noi sono massimo.

2023-12-05 15:15:00
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