The streaming giant’s first Brazilian original series, Pedro Aguilera’s drama is set in a dystopian future, where the world is divided into progress and devastation. The link between the two sides – Offshore and Inland – is a rigorous and painstaking system called The Process. Everyone in Inland has a chance to go through The Process to live a better life in Offshore. But only 3% make it through.
We praised the dark-hearted dystopia in our review of Season 1 for highlighting Netflix’s willingness to embrace a brave new world. Since then, it has returned for second run full of uprising and action – led by the emerging lead stars of Rafael (Rodolfo Valente), Joanna (Vaneza Oliveira), and Michele (Bianca Comparato). They’re front and centre in the video Netflix has released teasing Season 3, an enigmatic, ominous title reveal that promises a changing world is on the way.
Season 3 will premiere in 2019. Never seen the show? Read why you should catch up here. Already binged through Season 2? Here’s the new video:
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