Netflix has released the trailer for the second season of its original Italian teen drama series Baby, about the real-life events of the child prostitution scandal in Italy called “Baby Squillo”.
The show, which was renewed by the streaming service for season two three weeks after the release of the first season, revolves around two teen girls living in the upper-class neighbourhood of Parioli in Rome who, fed up with their families and classmates, are drawn to the city’s underworld and start leading double lives.
The cast includes Benedetta Porcaroli and Alice Pagani in the leading roles, as Chiara and Ludovica, respectively,
Riccardo Mandolini as Damiano, Chabeli Sastre Gonzalez, Brando Pacitto, Lorenzo Zurzolo, Claudia Pandolfi, Galatea Ranzi, Tommaso Ragno, Massimo Poggio, Mehdì Nebbou, Mirko Trovato, Giuseppe Maggio, Federica Lucaferri, Beatrice Bartoni, Marjo Berasategui, and Isabella Ferrari.
“We don’t realize that our choices will change everything. The choices you make count,” Benedetta’s character says in voiceover in the opening of the trailer, which features her standing on a bridge and reflecting on something, her phone in her hand. She and Ludovica are also featured at a party in a nightclub.
The song used in the trailer is “Non Avere Paura” by Tommaso Paradiso.
Baby Season 2, consisting of six episodes, will premiere on the streaming service worldwide on October 18.