The second season of the action-adventure supernatural show from Brazil, ‘Invisible City’ has concluded filming and currently, it has begun post-production as per a post from one of the leading stars of the series.
‘Invisible City’ Season 2 began production in April this year after it was officially renewed by Netflix a month after its debut. The second season production has almost taken six months to complete. The seven-episode first season of the series premiered on February 5, 2021.
The leading star of the series Marco Pigossi gave the latest production update via an Instagram post. In the Insta post, he writes, "Descobrindo quem a Cuca tava indo pegar. 👀 #season2 #cidadeinvisivel." This translates to "Finding out who Cuca was going to get." The first season ended on a cliffhanger teasing the second season to unlock more mysteries, especially regarding abilities of Eric. Seeing the current production status, we can expect ‘Invisible City’ Season 2 to release sometime in the first quarter or half of 2023.
The series also stars Alessandra Negrini as Inês/Cuca, Fábio Lago as Iberê/Curupira, Jessica Córes as Camila/Iara, Jimmy London as Tutu/Tapire-iauara Wesley Guimarães as Isac/Saci, Áurea Maranhão as Márcia, Julia Konrad as Gabriela, Thaia Perez as Januária, Manu Dieguez as Luna, and José Dumont as Ciço.
In the first season, after discovering a dead freshwater pink dolphin on a Rio de Janeiro beach, Environmental Police detective Eric (Marco Pigossi) becomes involved in a murder investigation and discovers a world inhabited by mythical entities that go unnoticed by humans. As he investigates mysterious deaths that mirror those of his own wife, Gabriela (Julia Konrad), he is drawn into a community of magical entities. He eventually discovers that he is a half-entity and that the river dolphin spirit Manaus (Victor Sparapane), whom he discovered dead at the start of the story, was his father.
The first season of Invisible City brought relevant and current themes such as environmental preservation, and the rescue of Brazilian popular culture, in addition to exploring human relationships through mystics and thrillers.
Invisible City is produced by Beto Gauss and Francesco Civita (Prodigo Films), with Caito Ortiz (Prodigo Films), Maresa Pullman (BottleCap Productions), and Marco Anton (Boipeba Filmes) also as executive producers. Mirna Nogueira is the chief screenwriter of the Portuguese-language series, which is directed by Luis Carone and Julia Jordão, director-general Luis Carone.
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