Mediterráneo Mediaset España Group announced the sale of the rights to the format, which will be produced in Italy by CamFilm in collaboration with Taodue for broadcast on Canale 5.

Mediterráneo Mediaset España announced the sale of the adaptation rights of its successful fiction, Vivir sin permiso, in Italy.

The Italian version of the series will be produced by CamFilm, the production company led by Camila Nesbitt, in collaboration with production company Taodue.

Under the local title Il Patriarca, the fiction, currently in production, will premiere soon on Canale 5 (Mediaset Italia) and will be directed by and star actor Claudio Amendola, well known in that country for leading performances such as the one he performed for six seasons in I Cesaroni, the Italian version of Los Serrano.

The fictional town of Oeste will be a coastal location in the Apulia region, and Nemo Bandeira will be called Nemo Bandera.

Along with Amendola, the actors Raniero Monaco di Lapio will be in the cast, in the role of Mario, Nemo’s godson and confidant; Antonia Liskova, who will play Serena, the patriarch’s wife; Neva Leoni giving life to Lara, the daughter that the protagonist had in his first relationship; Carmine Buschini and Giulia Schiavo, as Carlo and Nina, the children of Nemo; and Michele de Virgilio, his security chief and henchman.

In addition to its Italian version, Vivir sin permiso is available outside Spain on Netflix worldwide and has also been sold to the MBC group, which broadcasts in the Middle East and North African countries, as well as to the TNU channel in Uruguay.