Most Beautiful Thing: Season 2 gets premiere date and new photos on Netflix

Most Beautiful Thing: Season 2 gets premiere date and new photos on Netflix

Most Beautiful Thing: Season 2 gets premiere date and new photos on Netflix
Photo: Disclosure / Netflix

Coisa Mais Linda, Brazilian Netflix series that follows the 3% success, Samantha! and The Mechanism, had its debut in March 2019 on the streaming platform and, now, after just over a year, it is about to return for its second season.

The official premiere date was confirmed by Netflix Brasil on Wednesday and points to June 19. The information was given by the social networks of the steaming platform today (19) and accompanies four new images that show a little of the new episodes.

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Most Beautiful Thing: Season 2 gets premiere date and new photos on Netflix
Photo: Disclosure / Netflix

Most Beautiful Thing: Season 2 gets premiere date and new photos on Netflix
Photo: Disclosure / Netflix

Most Beautiful Thing: Season 2 gets premiere date and new photos on Netflix
Photo: Disclosure / Netflix

Most Beautiful Thing: Season 2 gets premiere date and new photos on Netflix
Photo: Disclosure / Netflix

Maria Casadevall, Pathy Dejesus, Fernanda Vasconcellos, Mel Lisboa, Leandro Lima, Ícaro Silva and Gustavo Machado return for the new episodes, which will also have some new names. In all, the new season adds 6 episodes of approximately 50 minutes each, with script by Heather Roth and Giuliano Cedroni.

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Set at the turn of the 60s, Coisa Mais Linda follows the story of Maria Luiza (Maria Casadevall), a young and wealthy paulistana who moves to Rio de Janeiro to open a restaurant with her husband. Upon arriving, she finds out that he abandoned her and ran away with all the money. Desperate at first, Malu recovers and sets out in search of a new dream amid the city’s vibe at the pace of the emerging Bossa Nova. In this challenge, she will have three incredible women: Lígia (Fernanda Vasconcellos), her childhood friend and owner of a charming voice; Adélia (Pathy Dejesus), a black and hard-working Rio de Janeiro woman who is absolutely determined and with unwavering strength; and Thereza (Mel Lisboa), a modern and independent journalist.

Read more about Coisa Mais Linda at Cinema10.

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