3%: Season 2 (2018)

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Episodes

Air date: Apr 27, 2018

As Joana aims to impress the Cause leader, Michele is given final notice before the next Process.

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Air date: Apr 27, 2018

Rafael tries for the Inland team and remembers his year Offshore. A wary Fernando preps rookies for the next Process.

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Air date: Apr 27, 2018

Fernando, caring for Glória, creates a way to end the Process. Rafael and Michele seek the Cause.

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Air date: Apr 27, 2018

Joana and Ivana brutally examine their hostages and Marcela asks for guidance from an Inlander.

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Air date: Apr 27, 2018

As Ezequiel recaps his chaotic past as Process No. 80, Michele and the group see him in new light.

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Air date: Apr 27, 2018

Glória doubts herself, Fernando acts recklessly, and Joana and Michele look out for the bomb.

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Air date: Apr 27, 2018

Fernando is surprised by a new friend; Michele has secret surgery; Rafael faces an impasse.

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Air date: Apr 27, 2018

An old face wages power over Joana. An offer surprises Marcela. Michele finds a far hiding spot.

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Air date: Apr 27, 2018

As Fernando, Joana and Rafael continue as planned, Michele learns new info about the Offshore.

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Air date: Apr 27, 2018

Joana and Fernando make do with new obstacles. Process day's turmoil inspires Michele's new plan.

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Tv Season Info

A new process approaches with Rafael (Rodolfo Valente) and Michele (Bianca Comparato) are now part of the 3%, while Joana (Vaneza Oliveira) and Fernando (Michel Gomes) return to the Inland. But of course, nothing is as it seems.

Critic Reviews for 3% Season 2

All Critics (3) | Top Critics (1)

3% is far from subtle, both narratively and politically, but there's something honestly appealing about the direct approach it takes, the cynical edge which colors its storytelling.

Apr 30, 2018 | Rating: B+ | Full Review…

As fantastic as Michel Gomes is, he's still an able-bodied actor instead of a wheelchair user who could have brought more nuance to the role.

Aug 1, 2020 | Rating: A- | Full Review…

By blowing up its own premise and becoming a show about the morality of revolution, 3% is finally living up to its own lofty ambitions.

Apr 27, 2018 | Full Review…

Audience Reviews for 3%: Season 2

  • Aug 15, 2020
    Clichés, clichés, terrible characters and other clichés.
  • Apr 13, 2019
    The season focused on how the 4 protagonists - 2 from dystopian Inland (Fernando and Joana) and 2 from utopian Offshore (Michele and Rafael) fought against the unjust system of the Process. The show is a thriller similar to that of Hunger Games and Divergent series where the characters fight against social injustice dictated by the corrupt leaders from the two sections. 3% is magnificent in showcasing the conflicting ideologies of the characters that will eventually converge into one solution. Dialogues shared between them resonate well with the audience . I am personally impressed with how Michel Gomes gave life to Fernando. He convincingly represented how an "Inlander" thrives to survive in their current state. Vaneza Oliveira also perfectly portrayed Joana's fierce, fearless, and at the same time compassionate nature. It bothered me that the show would heighten audience involvement to a certain event or character just to immediately terminate them. Overall, I highly recommend this show to people who likes unexpected twists and turns, mind games, and substantial storytelling.
  • Dec 03, 2018
    this show is amazing going to the writing the characters the music the summations they get in shows so much potential to these show's amazing ways also creatives these show can work i hope there a next season for this show it funny at times but can be serious it a good thing
  • Oct 15, 2018
    Season 2 attempts to expound upon the sociopolitical intrigue established in Season 1, using the same characters. Unfortunately, the plot and characters don't measure up to the level established in Season 1. I won't be following this any further.
  • Sep 04, 2018
    So captivating... really gets into the psychology and dynamics of human nature! Great acting!
  • Jul 17, 2018
    and It got better and better.
  • Jun 06, 2018
    Blew away my expectations. i didn't think they could keep up with the previous season but they did and made it better. completely impressed. definitely
  • May 31, 2018
    Segunda temporada infinitamente melhor que a primeira. Ótimo roteiro.
  • May 23, 2018
    Even better than season one.
  • May 20, 2018
    I got a pleasant surprise when I decided to give the first season of 3% last year a try but was dubious as to how they could take this further. But not only did the second season match the quality of the first, it surpassed it. To be far it was not all plain sailing, the first few episodes dragged a little but when it finally reached the pedal, it never looked back and created another gripping series. While some reveals were predictable, on the whole, this season was unpredictable in where it would go, making it all the more entertaining. A little heavy handed in places but overall amazing, this is another success for Netflix.

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