"The New Pope" is a drama television series directed by Paolo Sorrentino.
The starring cast includes Jude Law, John Malkovich, Silvio Orlando, Cécile de France, Javier Cámara, Ludivine Sagnier, Maurizio Lombardi, Mark Ivanir, Henry Goodman, Massimo Ghini and others.
Here are "The New Pope" TV series trailer, plot summary, full cast and characters, release date and everything we know so far.
Is there a trailer for The New Pope TV series?
HBO on Sunday, November 03, 2019 released the trailer for "The New Pope" you can watch here:
The New Pope (2019): Official Tease 2 | HBO.
What is The New Pope TV series plot?
Here is a short review of "The New Pope" TV series plot summary.
Under the papacy of Sir John Brannox (Matthew Smallwood) under the name of John Paul III (John Malkovich), Vatican tries to clean its good name after a series of sexual scandals that jeopardized the institution itself. But an unexpected trouble threatens John Paul III when Lenny Belardo, the previous Pope Pius XIII (Jude Law) who was in a coma from nine months ago after to suffer a heart attack while he was celebrating a mass, wakes up to claim his place as the legitimate Pope of Rome. The news about Pius XIII's comeback shocks the Christianity, turning the admiration of millions of believers in true idolatry for the returned Pope. Given the unusual situation of two Popes in the Vatican at the same time, it unleashes an inner war between Pius XII and John Paul III, the first to recover his power, and the second to keep it.
Who plays who in the The New Pope TV series?
Here is the full cast and characters of "The New Pope" TV series. Actors and actresses are sorted mostly in credits order.
Jude Law as Pope Pius XIII (born Lenny Belardo), the comatose pope
John Malkovich as Pope John Paul III (born John Brannox), the titular new pope
Silvio Orlando as Cardinal Angelo Voiello Camerlengo and Cardinal Secretary of State / Cardinal Hernández, an opponent to Voiello during the conclave
Cécile de France as Sofia Dubois in charge of marketing for the Holy See
Javier Cámara as Cardinal Bernardo Gutiérrez the advisor of the Holy See
Ludivine Sagnier as Esther Aubry former wife of a member of the Pontifical Swiss Guard
Maurizio Lombardi as Cardinal Mario Assente
Mark Ivanir as Bauer the Ambassador of the United States to the Holy See
Henry Goodman as Danny Sir John Brannox's butler
Massimo Ghini as Cardinal Spalletta the Pope's personal secretary
Marcello Romolo as Pope Francis II (born Tommaso Viglietti), the first pope elected during Pius XIII's coma
Ulrich Thomsen as Doctor Helmer Lindegard
Ramón García as Cardinal Aguirre
Antonio Petrocelli as Monsignor Luigi Cavallo Cardinal Voiello's right-hand man
Kiruna Stamell as the Abbess of the Monastery of Saint Therese the head of the cloister nuns
Kika Georgiou as the Woman in Red the head of a constant vigil over comatose Pope Pius XIII in Venice
Nadie Kammallaweera as Sister Suree a nun serving the pope in the Vatican
Eco Andriolo Ranzi as Sister Caterina a young cloister nun
Zaki Bibawi Ayyad as Faisal a refugee hiding in the Vatican Gardens
Tomas Arana as Tomas Altbruck Sofia's husband
Massimo Cagnina as Don Mario a priest
Jessica Piccolo Valerani as Sister Pamela a nun nursing comatose Pope Pius XIII in Venice
Claudio Bigagli as Duilio Guicciardini the Italian Minister of Economy and Finance
Daria Baykalova as Amber Bauer's girlfriend
Agnieszka Jania as Sister Ivanka a young cloister nun
Ignazio Oliva as Father Valente one of the Pope's assistants
Alessandro Riceci as Fabiano Esther's love interest
Janet Henfrey as Lady Brannox
Enea Barozzi as Attanasio a young man with physical deformities
Joshua Smallwood as Adam Brannox John's twin brother
Marcello Marziali as Don Mimmo an old friend of Voiello's
Tim Barlow as Lord Brannox
Matthew Smallwood as Young John Brannox
Daniel Vivian as Domen the pope's butler
Alex Esola as Freddy Blakestone a tennis player and Bernardo's lover
J. David Hinze as Leopold Essence
Lore Stefanek as Attanasio's mother and a wealthy lawyer
Charlie Potts as Adam Brannox - 12 year old
Hella Stichlmair as Young Lady Brannox
Giancarlo Fares as Franco Girolamo's caregiver
Jonas Crodack as Young Lord Brannox
Callum Potts as John Brannox - 12 year old
Marilyn Manson as Marilyn Manson
Sharon Stone as Sharon Stone
Mitchell Mullen as Emory Kitsworth a journalist
Alex Beviglia Zampetti as Don Antonio a teacher at Ventotene's elementary school
Houssem Benali as Ahmed an acquaintance of Faisal's
Bruce McGuire as Colonel Parker
Nora von Waldstätten as Sister Lisette
Thomas Miggiano as Pius
Tony Allotta as Califfo
Giampaolo Nerini as Vatican Priest
Robert Brodie Booth
Yulia Snigir as Ewa Novak
Chiara Mocci as Young Prostitute
Giulio Della Monica as Franciscan
Nicolò Galasso as Franciscan
Marina Viro as Esther's Interviewer
James Howard Sunderland
Michael David Fitzpatrick
Evandro Inetti as Vatican Photographer
Husam Chadat as Caliph Ambassador
Sinne Mutsaers as Sky Journalist
Gianluigi Calvani as Fraticello
Pierluca Pucci Poppi
Sandra Maria Melo Abate
John H. Henderson
Bea Maria Salvador
Ahmed Ali Boutgoula
Fabiola Cimminella as Ballerina
Silvia Iorio as Vatican Official
What are The New Pope filming details?
"The New Pope" series are produced by Wildside, The Apartment, Haut et Court TV, Mediapro and Sky Studios.
The average duration of each episode is 47 - 60 minutes. Country of origin: Italy, France and Spain. Original language: English and Italian.
What are critics and audiences saying about The New Pope TV series?
"The New Pope" TV series got high rating from critics. IMDB rating is 8.2/10.
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