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Netflix’s ‘3%’ Gets Renewed for Season 2 — See How the Cast Reacted

The dystopian thriller's renewal was announced at the Sao Paulo Comic Con Experience.

Joao Miguel and Michel Gomes in "3%."

Joao Miguel and Michel Gomes in “3%.”

Pedro Saad/Netflix

Intrigued by the mysteries of Netflix’s “3%”? You’re in luck, as Netflix has officially announced that the Brazilian dystopian thriller, created by Pedro Aguilera and executive produced by director Cesar Charlone (the notable cinematographer of 2002’s “City of God”) has been renewed for a second season.

READ MORE: Netflix’s ‘3%’ Review: Season 1 of Brazil’s ‘Hunger Games’ Finds Its Own Voice

Netflix VP of Marketing Latin America Vini Losacco revealed the news at CCXP (AKA the Sao Paulo Comic Con Experience) during a panel devoted to the series. While in classic Netflix tradition, no statistics are available as to how the series performed, an audience of 3,500 was there to watch the cast, including Bianca Comparato, Vaneza Oliveira, Michel Gomes, Rafael Lozano, Viviane Porto and Rodolfo Valente, learn the news. Based on the photo below, they were perhaps happy to hear it.

Netflix Panel @ CCXP 2016, Brazil Comic Con in São Paulo. Michel Gomes, Rafael Lozano, Vaneza Oliveira, Rodolfo Valente, 3%. (photo Pedro Saad/Netflix)(photo Pedro Saad/Netflix)

Michel Gomes, Rafael Lozano, Vini Losacco, Vaneza Oliveira, Rodolfo Valente in “3%.”

Pedro Saad/Netflix

“3%” depicts a future world in which 20-year-olds living in squalor have the opportunity to compete for a chance to join a far more prosperous society. The competition is brutal, but it’s the secrets these characters are hiding that might be their real undoing — and have us excited to see what comes next.

READ MORE: Netflix’s ‘3%’: Why The Show’s Most Disturbing Twist Still Haunts Us

Beyond the drama on screen, the series represents not just the first Brazilian original series produced by Netflix, but another step in the streaming giant’s ongoing quest to become a fully global company. No release date has been set for the show’s return. Check out some additional photos from the cast’s appearance at CCXP below.

Netflix Panel @ CCXP 2016, Brazil Comic Con in São Paulo. Rafael Lozano, Viviane Porto, Michel Gomes, Rodolfo Valente, Vaneza Oliveira, Bianca Comparato, 3%. (photo Pedro Saad/Netflix)

“3%” Cast at CCXP.

Pedro Saad/Netflix

Netflix Panel @ CCXP 2016, Brazil Comic Con in São Paulo. Viviane Porto, Bianca Comparato, Michel Gomes, Rafael Lozano, Vaneza Oliveira, Rodolfo Valente, 3%. (photo Pedro Saad/Netflix)(photo Pedro Saad/Netflix)

Viviane Porto, Bianca Comparato, Michel Gomes, Rafael Lozano, Vaneza Oliveira and Rodolfo Valente in “3%.”

Pedro Saad/Netflix

Netflix Panel @ CCXP 2016, Brazil Comic Con in São Paulo. Bianca Comparato, 3%. (photo Pedro Saad/Netflix)

Bianca Comparato.

Pedro Saad/Netflix

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Comments

macL

YASSSS! So happy I get to see more of Vaneza Oliveira, she was fantastic! Congrats to the cast.

Ana Clara Cavalcante

So happy about it! I wouldn’t accept to not see the offshore! I hope it be even better than the First season!

aliraluna

Exactlyyyy OMGGG this is such a good new!!!! Cannot wait to see the offshore and know more about the cause. Is her brother really alive? oh well- simply: yay!!

Melinda

I just finished watching this and was hoping for a season 2. I want to see more. It was surprisingly good.

Gilbert

A bit obsessed with Bianca Comparato. I like the story, so this is great news.

Aussie Jason

Great show, it really suprisd me too! I was hooked. Congratulations to the cast, even with dubbed english it was great character acting. Looking forward to learning more about the offshore and the cause too. Love Joanna’s response in the last episode! Very humaine.

lauren from australia

can’t wait for season 2, great show

Nicole

I really enjoyed the show. It’s amazing what Netflix did with the subtitle and dubbing that didn’t take down from the show. I loved all the actors. Seeing their exhuberance when they found out it was renewed shows their passion to this project. They are committed to doing well. I look forward to next season. I watched the show while I worked out and rode faster during the intense parts.

Miss M

I loved the show found it very hard to put down! I jut hope on the second season, you don’t make most of the people of color be expendable, it looks. racist and makes it predictable!! JS

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