Girls from Ipanema season 2 release date: How many episodes are in Girls from Ipanema?

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Girls From Ipanema season two will be landing on Netflix soon and fans are looking forward to seeing the Brazilian series return. The series was originally called Most Beautiful Thing, and it tells the story of Malu Carone (played by Maria Casadevall), who moves to Rio de Janeiro with her husband to open a restaurant. Fans are keen to find out more about how many episodes are in the second season, and has everything you need to know.

How many episodes are in Girls from Ipanema season 2?

Girls from Ipanema made its debut on Netflix in March 2019, and the first season was made up of seven episodes.

The episodes are about 50 minutes long, so fans took their time to get through the first season.

In May 2019 Netflix commissioned a second season, however, the new season will only consist of six episodes.

Season two is due to premiere on Netflix on June 19, with fans in the US having access from midnight.

Viewers in the UK should be able to watch all six episodes from 8am, as they should all drop at the same time.


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The series follows the story of Malu, a young and wealthy woman who moves from São Paulo to Rio de Janeiro to open a restaurant with her husband.

However, when she arrives she is shocked to find out her husband has left her and run off with all the money.

Malu tries to turn the experience into a positive one by chasing her dream and she falls in love with musician Chico Carvalho (Leandro Lima).

Each of the episodes has been given a unique title, however the names for season two have not yet been released.

The series is set in the 1950s amidst the rise of bossa nova – a style of Brazillian music.

The show was inspired by a Brazillian bossa nova and jazz song of the same name by João Gilberto and Tom Jobim.

In the series Malu counts on three friends – Lígia Soares (Fernanda Vasconcellos), Adélia Araújo (Pathy Dejesus) and Thereza Soares (Mel Lisboa).

In season two Malu returns with new-found strength and determination, which has been fuelled by trauma.

Thereza dedicates her life to taking care of her family but she realises how much she misses work.

Adélia spends time thinking about her childhood before she gets married, and she wants to create a fresh start.

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Meanwhile, Ivone Araújo (Larissa Nunes), Adélia’s sister, turns into a talented artist whom Malu helps prove her skill in a male-dominated industry.

There is a trailer for season two which shows Lígia in trouble after she swims out to sea.

Thereza ends up working at a radio station and she realises how much she loves her new job.

There is plenty of bossa nova music in the trailer and fans can expect lots of samba-style sounds which make the series unique.

Fans have been sharing their thoughts on the series on social media, with one fan saying on Twitter: “I highly recommend everyone to watch #coisamaislinda or Girls from Ipanema on Netflix.

“Such brilliant acting, plot, set and message. I feel so empowered.”


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Fans were surprised to find out the original script for the series was written in English, and the title of the series had been changed.

The series was originally titled “Coisa Mais Linda” inspired by the song The Girl from Ipanema.

Critics have praised the series for showing the resilience of women during the specific time period in which it is set.

The Decider said the series was a “lush look at a woman stuck between her conservative life in São Paulo and the more open life she wants in Rio”.

Girls from Ipanema season 2 airs on Netflix on June 19

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