Brazilian series on Netflix

Brazilian series on Netflix

By: Isabella Alves

Discover the best Brazilian series on Netflix and enjoy the best of national entertainment!

Brazilian series have been gaining more and more space in the entertainment market, and Netflix has become a fundamental platform for showing these productions. With a variety of genres and styles, national series have gained prominence and attracted a diverse audience. In this article, we will present some of the best Brazilian series available on Netflix and show why they are worth watching.

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1. “3%”

Created by Pedro Aguilera, “3%” is a science fiction series set in a dystopian future. With a society divided into two sides, where only 3% of candidates are approved in a selection process, the engaging and suspenseful plot holds the viewer from beginning to end.

2. “Good Morning, Veronica”

Based on the book of the same name, the series “Bom Dia, Verônica” is a police drama that addresses themes such as domestic violence, corruption and sexual crimes. The protagonist, played by Tainá Müller, is a Civil Police clerk who decides to help victims silenced by society.

3. “Most Beautiful Thing”

Set in Rio de Janeiro in the 1950s, “Coisa Mais Linda” brings an atmosphere of female empowerment. The story unfolds around four women who fight against prejudice and pursue their dreams in the wonderful city. With an immersive soundtrack that includes bossa nova and samba, the series is a true journey through time.

4. “Tune”

“Sintonia” is an original Netflix series that delves into the universe of funk, religion and crime in São Paulo. Created by KondZilla, the famous music video producer on YouTube, the series portrays the lives of three friends who grow up in a precarious community and must make difficult choices to achieve their goals.

5. “Nobody’s Looking”

“Nobody’s Looking” is a Netflix original comedy that tells the story of a guardian angel in training. With a creative and innovative approach, the series brings reflections on each person's life and purposes, as well as intelligent humor and unusual situations.

These are just some of the Brazilian series available on Netflix that are worth checking out. With varied genres and engaging stories, national entertainment has a lot to offer. In addition, Netflix also makes Brazilian series available in partnership with other platforms, such as Globoplay, further expanding the national content options.

Immersed in film theories and the latest technological innovations, Isabella is a true geek world aficionado. From comic book heroes to disruptive innovations, she seeks to connect with readers who share her passions.