Good Morning, Verônica season 3 tv series review

Season 2 of “Good Morning, Veronica” concludes with a gripping cliffhanger, as Angela bravely confronts her father, and Matias’s fall from grace is imminent. Gisele emerges from hiding to assist Angela in revealing the truth, leading several women to speak out against Matias, casting a shadow over the future of his church. Additionally, Gloria Volp becomes the whistleblower against Matias, exposing significant corruption within law enforcement, although Matias still retains a faction of loyal supporters.

Created by Raphael Montes, Netflix’s original Brazilian crime drama “Good Morning, Veronica” delves into the dark world of predatory individuals masquerading as war heroes and prophets. The series follows Veronica, a clerk at the Homicide department in Sao Paolo, who dreams of becoming a detective. When a woman commits suicide in the police precinct, Veronica seizes the opportunity to prove herself.

As for “Good Morning, Veronica” Season 3, Netflix has officially confirmed its return. The third season is set to premiere its first three episodes on February 14, accompanied by the release of the first official trailer.

In the upcoming season, viewers can expect to see the return of all central cast members whose characters survived, including Tainá Müller as Veronica Torres, César Mello as Paulo, Alice Valverde as Lila, and Dj Amorim as Rafa. Additionally, prominent cast members such as Reynaldo Gianecchini (Matias), Klara Castanho (Angela), Camila Márdila (Gisele), and Esther Dias (Gloria Volp) are likely to reprise their roles.


By acinetv