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|Created by||Pedro Aguilera|
|Country of origin||Brazil|
|No. of seasons||3|
|No. of episodes||26 (list of episodes)|
|Running time||38–49 minutes|
|Production company(s)||Boutique Filmes|
|Picture format||4K (Ultra HD)|
|Original release||November 25, 2016 –|
3% is a Brazilian dystopianthrillerweb television series created by Pedro Aguilera, starring João Miguel and Bianca Comparato. Developed from a 2009 independent pilot episode, it is the first Portuguese-language Netflix original series and the second non-English production, after the Spanish-language series Club de Cuervos.
The series is set in an unspecified future when 20-year-old individuals of the impoverished 'Inland' have the single opportunity to complete 'The Process' and advance to the affluence of the distant 'Offshore' society. While most of the unsuccessful candidates are simply eliminated, some fail to survive, leading to only 3% of the candidates succeeding.
The first season, consisting of 8 episodes, became available on Netflix worldwide on November 25, 2016. In December 2016, Netflix renewed the series for a second season, which consists of 10 episodes and was released on April 27, 2018. On June 4, 2018, the series was renewed for a third season, which was released on June 7, 2019, and consists of 8 episodes.
- 1Cast and characters
Cast and characters
Sister Of Mine
|Bianca Comparato||Michele Santana||Main|
|Michel Gomes||Fernando Carvalho||Main|
|Rodolfo Valente||Tiago Moreira / Rafael||Main|
|Vaneza Oliveira||Joana Coelho||Main|
|Rafael Lozano||Marco Álvares||Main||Recurring||Main|
|Samuel de Assis||Silas||Main|
|Laila Garin||Marcela Álvares||Main|
|Bruno Fagundes||André Santana||Main|
|Léo Belmonte||Arthur Moreira||Main|
- Mel Fronckowiak as Júlia, Ezequiel's wife and an employee of the Process, who ends up being depressed and in doubt about her actions. (season 1; guest season 2)
- Sérgio Mamberti as Matheus, a member of the Council. (season 1)
- Zezé Motta as Nair, a member of the Council who serves as a friend to Ezequiel.
- Celso Frateschi as O Velho ('the Old Man'), the founder of the Cause. (season 1-2)
- Luciana Paes as Cássia, head of security for the Process. She is extremely loyal to Ezequiel. (season 1-2)
- Dárcio de Oliveira as Antonio, a spiritual leader and Fernando’s father (season 1-2; guest season 3)
- Leonardo Garcez as Daniel (season 1; guest season 2)
- Fernanda Vasconcellos as Laís (season 2; guest season 3)
- Maria Flor as Samira (season 2)
- Silvio Guindane as Vítor (season 2; guest season 3)
- Roberta Calza as Ivana (season 2; guest season 3)
- Amanda Magalhães as Natália (season 2-present)
- Fernando Rubro as Xavier (season 3-present)
- Léo Belmonte as Artur, Rafael’s younger brother (season 3-present)
- Guilherme Zanella as Tadeu (season 3-present)
- Kaique de Jesus as Ricardo (season 3-present)
|1||8||November 25, 2016|
|2||10||April 27, 2018|
|3||8||June 7, 2019|
Season 1 (2016)
|Title||Directed by||Written by||Original release date|
|1||1||'Chapter 01: Cubes'||César Charlone||Pedro Aguilera||November 25, 2016|
In a post-apocalyptic future most of the population lives in poverty (the 'Inland'), while a select few live in a Utopian paradise (the 'Offshore'). Every year, each 20-year-old citizen of the Inland is offered the opportunity to compete for a spot in the Offshore by going through the Process — a series of tests so rigorous that only 3% pass. The head of the Process, Ezequiel, is observed by an Offshore woman named Aline. Michele is one of this year's candidates; she enters the Process with her best friend Bruna. The first test is an interview, after which one candidate commits suicide out of frustration for failing. Another candidate, Fernando, wonders if he'll pass because he's in a wheelchair; he does. After the first test the candidates are placed into groups, and a candidate named Joana notices another candidate, Rafael, has faked his registration. The second test requires each candidate assemble at least nine cubes out of a collection of complex blocks. Rafael cheats by stealing a cube from another candidate, but Ezequiel allows him to pass. Fernando passes with nine cubes. Michele ends up with only eight cubes, but Fernando reaches over and puts the cubes together to create a ninth, bigger cube, and she passes. Joana passes with eleven cubes.Later, Michele and Bruna are led to the back, where an Offshore woman informs them that the Process team suspects one of the candidates is a mole for a revolutionary anti-Process group known as the Cause. She then says that the team has narrowed the mole down to someone from their neighborhood, and that if one of them does not confess they will both die. Michele convinces Bruna that the only option is for them both to attack the interrogator. Michele gives the signal but hangs back so that only Bruna attacks the interrogator. Bruna is killed and the testers assume she was the mole. In flashbacks, Michele is seen practicing answers for the interview portion of the Process with the leader of the Cause. Michele is taken back to the main room, where she breaks down in tears for causing her friend's death.
|2||2||'Chapter 02: Coins'||Daina Giannecchini & Jotagá Crema||Cássio Koshikumo & Denis Nielsen||November 25, 2016|
The candidates are subject to an electronic medical examination, but Fernando is taken to be physically examined. A doctor gives Fernando a shot that causes him to feel a brief sensation in his legs, and then informs him that with the Offshore's advanced medication he may eventually be able to walk again — if he passes. The candidates are then taken to the third test, where they are asked to observe a mock-up of a crime scene — featuring a choking woman, another woman, and two men — set in the Offshore and determine what happened. In another room, Ezequiel and Aline observe the candidates without their knowledge. Fernando confidently says he knows the answer to the test, and says the choking woman was poisoned by the other woman (the hostess), because the choking woman was having an affair with the hostess' husband. Everyone agrees with Fernando's explanation except Rafael, who says that the choking woman is actually having an allergic reaction to silver. When asked why the hostess appears to have a blank, uncaring expression, Joana jumps in and says that the hostess is blind — her husband's desk has a lamp on it, but hers does not. The group passes with Rafael's theory, but Teo is eliminated for not actively participating. Ezequiel asks Aline to supervise the next test while he takes care of some business.The candidates socialize while waiting for the next test. Fernando tells Michele that he may be able to walk again and she is overjoyed for him — but he stops her, saying that he doesn't want to walk again because his wheelchair is part of who he is. In the fourth test, seven candidates are given six coins and 15 minutes to determine which one of them will not get a coin and be eliminated. The candidates argue and Rafael suggests they eliminate Fernando because of his wheelchair. Fernando appeals to the other candidates' empathy by telling them the Offshore doctors might be able to heal his legs (though he secretly doesn't care). Marco suggests they choose randomly by drawing pieces of a ripped up scarf. Joana draws the shortest piece of scarf, but it is revealed that she took a coin earlier and didn't return it to the bag. Lucas is left without a coin and is eliminated. Meanwhile, Aline uses cameras to track Ezequiel and figure out why he missed the fourth test.
|3||3||'Chapter 03: Corridor'||Dani Libardi||Ivan Nakamura & Denis Nielsen||November 25, 2016|
|The group must walk down a dark corridor together, but a gas is released that causes hallucinations. Everyone sees something different, but Joana is able to escort them all to the other side, passing the test. After being shown to their dorms for the night, Fernando and Michele share a kiss. Despite the effects being meant to wear off, Ágata continues to hallucinate, and tries to kill Joana, but Rafael intervenes. Meanwhile, Ezequiel is shown to have been sneaking out to see a young boy named Augusto who lives in the Inland. Through flashbacks, it is revealed that Joana accidentally killed a gangster's son, which prompted her to fake a registration as well in order to be allowed in the process and evade retaliation. Rafael notices her fake registration, and the two blackmail each other. When Augusto sneaks in and is almost caught by Aline, Ezequiel tells him to never come back. When they all wake up the next morning, Joana realizes the exits have been blocked, trapping the candidates inside the dorms.|
|4||4||'Chapter 04: Gateway'||Jotagá Crema||Cássio Koshikumo, Ivan Nakamura & Jotagá Crema||November 25, 2016|
|The candidates begin trapped in the dorms still. While looking for a way out, Marco reflects on his family history, as each of them have successfully passed the Process and made it to the Offshore. He organizes everyone to get food and pass the test, and the group succeeds with ease. Ezequiel is displeased that they all have passed, and he decides to modify the test, no longer sending food to see how the candidates react. Eventually, Marco and some other men fashion weapons out of the beds to pry open the gate, and when they realize that there's no way out, they (notably Marco) assume that the test will be a survival of the fittest type with limited supplies. The group of men then attack the others who sat around rather than trying to pry the gate, stealing their food and taking them prisoner. Marco loses it as the candidates try to hide food, killing a girl. Meanwhile Michele and friends build a barricade to keep Marco's group out, while Joana escapes from the test by climbing a vent. Ezequiel meets her and explains that only she can stop the test, as he will not. Joana returns, freeing the people whom Marco subjected. Everyone violently attacks Marco's group, beating and presumably killing a few. The gates open and the prisoners escape, minus everyone in Marco's group. Marco attempts to flee, but the door catches him, presumably killing him or seriously maiming him; either way, he is eliminated. Meanwhile, Aline is caught snooping through Ezequiel's things, and it is revealed that Rafael attempted the Process last year and failed, before stealing the registry of his unconscious brother to take the Process for a second time. He also reveals to Michele that he is a mole for the Cause as well.|
|5||5||'Chapter 05: Water'||César Charlone||Pedro Aguilera||November 25, 2016|
|Five years prior to the start of the series, Ezequiel becomes the head proctor for the 99th Process and onward. He is married to a proctor, Júlia, who assists with the first test, the interview stage. During his first time in charge, she disqualifies a candidate who had done no wrong—the candidate simply admitted to having a child. Later, she and Ezequiel monitor a raid, where a young boy is seen in the footage. Júlia breaks down in tears at the sight of the boy, and she later reveals to Ezequiel he is Augusto, the son she abandoned when she passed the Process. Throughout Ezequiel's time as head proctor, Júlia's behavior becomes more and more erratic until she attempts to escape to the Inland to see Augusto. Ezequiel stops her and has her committed to the Rehabilitation and Treatment Center, where she drowns herself in the ocean, committing the first suicide in the history of the Offshore. Ezequiel breaks down and goes to see Augusto himself, secretly beginning a relationship with the boy that continues today. Throughout the flashbacks, the candidates relax in the grass of the testing facility before being led to their individual rooms.|
|6||6||'Chapter 06: Glass'||Daina Giannecchini & Dani Libardi||Cássio Koshikumo, Denis Nielsen, Ivan Nakamura & Jotagá Crema||November 25, 2016|
|Each given their own rooms, the families of each candidate are brought in, giving the candidates an option: continue with the Process, or give up and take an outstanding amount of money to take for their family. Michele and Rafael pass; Joana is confronted by a henchmen sent by the father of the boy she killed who entered her room posing as her father. He tells her she can either stay there and be killed or walk out with him and live, since the Process is offering more money than the price put on her head. She decides to stay and the man reveals himself to be a citizen of the Offshore, who tells her that she passed. Fernando goes through a reverse experience as his father tries to convince him to stay while he is willing to go back. He decides to carry on when his father tells him he will have nowhere to go if he returns. The remaining candidates head for their final, individual tests: Michele must tell Bruna's parents she is dead and convince them to allow their younger daughter to take part of the Process; Fernando must design a new test for the Process; and Rafael must seek help from another candidate in order to press two buttons at the same time. They all pass; Rafael made it with Fernando's help after revealing to him that he and Michele are both with the Cause. Ezequiel goes to tell Augusto he cannot see him anymore, and Aline agrees to keep Ezequiel's secret. Michele digs out a small capsule from under her skin.|
|7||7||'Chapter 07: Capsule'||Daina Giannecchini||Cássio Koshikumo||November 25, 2016|
|A celebratory dinner is held for the candidates before the final step, the 'purification' ritual. Michele poisons Ezequiel's drink using the poison from the capsule she removed from her hip, but he and César inadvertently exchange their cups, resulting in César being killed instead. Knowing he was the real target, Ezequiel interrogates all candidates individually and Rafael, who saw Michele's actions, drops the empty capsule over a railing. Ezequiel and Cássia stage a fake confession from the captured Cause member they hold in which he names Aline as a fellow member, and she is arrested, suspected of the murder. In a final attempt to prove her innocence, she tries to send the Council some files incriminating Ezequiel, but Nair interferes and has her send them a positive report on him. Michele returns to her room, only to find Ezequiel waiting for her, capsule in hand.|
|8||8||'Chapter 08: Button'||César Charlone||Denis Nielsen & Pedro Aguilera||November 25, 2016|
|Ezequiel tells Fernando that Michele has been eliminated and he decides to quit in order to find her. Meanwhile, Michele is actually being tortured by drowning and with a pau de arara. Ezequiel reveals to her the only reason he hasn't killed her yet is because he was also a member of the Cause and knows what is like to be in her shoes. He also shows her footage of her brother alive and well and says she has been fooled. Michele finally reveals where she was supposed to meet the Cause leader and he is arrested, while she is still allowed to the Offshore. The 'purification' ritual is revealed to be a sterilization procedure so that heritability is completely replaced by meritocracy. Rafael is shocked at first, but hesitantly proceeds anyway. Joana quits the Process when Ezequiel offers her to earn a position among his élite by murdering a member of the gang which is after her. She meets Fernando as she leaves and they both express their frustration with the Process. Joana is last seen staring at some Cause graffiti and Fernando watches his father from afar. The successful candidates are last seen en route to the Offshore.|
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Season 2 (2018)
|Title||Directed by||Written by||Original release date|
|9||1||'Chapter 01: Mirror'||Philippe Barcinski||Denis Nielsen & Pedro Aguilera||April 27, 2018|
|In a flashback, the existence of a Founding Trio is revealed. Inland, Joana joins the Cause. She and another recruit are given a challenge to each create three suicide capsules from poisonous frogs; both fail as a result of Joana's refusal to help her partner. However, Joana helps Silas to find a secret note from the Old Man about what to do in the event of his death. The plan involves stealing fertilizer from Gerson. They are successful, though Joana is shot and they trigger a surveillance warning in doing so. In the Offshore, Michele's brother is prisoner as the first murderer in the history of the Offshore. Ezequiel offers to secure her brother's freedom if she works on his plan and creates a new test for the Process. The test is a maze of clear walls that move in unpredictable patterns. Marcela gets additional power to use military forces to protect the Process.|
|10||2||'Chapter 02: Toaster'||Daina Giannecchini||Ivan Nakamura||April 27, 2018|
|After his arrival in the Offshore, Rafael attempts to build a radio to contact the Cause, but fails because the parts from Offshore are too advanced for what he needs. At a hookup party, Rafael seems uninterested in anyone, even rejecting a lady who is a '87% match', but hooks up with nurse Elisa, a 1.4% match. Rafael uses parts from Elisa's antique toaster and successfully builds the radio, but still fails to contact the Cause. Elisa catches Rafael using the radio but decides to let him off, informing him about the frequency block in the area. Rafael trains to become a soldier for the Process, and succeeds in passing the training mission at the last minute. Inland, Joana and Silas argue over a plan to bomb the Process, which involves killing the young candidates. Fernando works as the radio technician for his father's preachings, and helps candidates train for the Process. His friend Glória is turning 20 this year and plans to take part in the upcoming process. In a practice test involving building paper cubes, Glória's friend Ariel spills water to ruin Glória's cubes, only for Fernando to advise the crowd that playing dirty will have its rewards. Later, Joana attempts to seek Fernando's help to find a better plan to disrupt the Process.|
|11||3||'Chapter 03: Static'||Daina Giannecchini||André Sirangelo||April 27, 2018|
|Fernando has a dream about Glória being the bomb carrier at the Process. Ezequiel has a hold over Michele by threatening her with her brother, André, and instructs her to keep on pretending to be a Cause infiltrator so as to locate the leaders and to get information on their bombing plan. During the registration for the upcoming Process, Fernando tries to warn Glória and pleads for her not to join the Process, to which Glória stomps off in anger, saying she rather die than be a quitter like him. At the Cause quarters, the members receive radio signals from Michele but Silas and Ivana fight over the credibility of the infiltrator. Meanwhile, Fernando comes up with a plan to stop the Process by wiping all data stored there. Rafael gets posted to build the Process and dopes his fellow comrade to take his ACU post, where he spots Michele undercover. Rafael then feigns being attacked to destroy his camera and tail Michele. Glória spots Fernando working together with Joana and ends her friendship with Fernando. Fernando meets up with Michele after decoding her radio signals, and run away together when Silas tries to kill Michele. They run to an abandoned warehouse, where Joana, Ivana and Rafael are at, and they hold one another at gunpoint, unbeknownst to them that Ezequiel is listening to their conversation and their identities as Cause members are now exposed.|
|12||4||'Chapter 04: Napkin'||Philippe Barcinski||André Sirangelo||April 27, 2018|
|Held at gunpoint, Michele and Rafael start pointing fingers at each other, labeling the other is the real traitor. Ivana and Joana tie them up in different rooms to interrogate them, making them inhale gas that causes hallucinations. Under the guidance of Ezequiel, Michele successfully avoids exposing herself as the traitor under the influence of the gas and makes Joana and Fernando believe in her, although Ivana still trusts Rafael over her. Marcela, believing that Rafael was attacked and abducted by the Cause, soon arrives with her armed forces to rescue Rafael. Michele and Joana escape through a secret passageway while Ivana makes Rafael kill her in order for Rafael to keep up with his pretense as a loyal Offshore member. Back at the Process quarters, Cássia notices Ezequiel's contact with Michele and decides to inform Marcela about it. Joana witnesses Rafael kill Ivana and her misunderstanding about Rafael deepens.|
|13||5||'Chapter 05: Lamp'||Philippe Barcinski||Ivan Nakamura, Juliana Rojas & Pedro Aguilera||April 27, 2018|
|Michele decides to betray Ezequiel, lying to him over the audio surveillance bug while relaying messages to Joana by writing on papers, without realising that Ezequiel has found out what she is doing. Rafael decides to rat Michele out to Marcela, seeing how she was ready to betray him during the interrogation. Silas abruptly arrives at the hideout where Joana and Michele are, and is about to kill Michele when Ezequiel appears, claiming that he is here to save the Cause. Flashing back, a younger Ezequiel is ambitious and eager to infiltrate Offshore. When he is told by the Old Man that he is not selected, Ezequiel becomes mad that the Cause questions his loyalty, throws a burning lamp at the Old Man and runs off. Back to the present, Cássia and Marcela break into Ezequiel's station and listen into his conversation with the Cause members in the hideout. Ezequiel reveals that he wants to bring the Process and Council members down, creating a New World where there is no division. Ezequiel also reveals that he had switched the Old Man's note, meaning that bombing the Process is his idea, and that the flask that Michele carries is not to detonate the bomb, but to conceal it from security scanners. Joana and Michele are strongly against the idea of hurting masses of innocents but Silas agrees with Ezequiel. As Ezequiel and Michele head back to the Process quarters, Marcela has already sent troops out to capture the Cause members. Ezequiel is killed by Marcela, who proceeds to frame the Cause for it, and takes over Ezequiel's role as the Process Leader.|
|14||6||'Chapter 06: Bottles'||Dani Libardi||Guilherme Freitas||April 27, 2018|
|Following Ezequiel's death, Inland citizens are encouraged to send in tips about the Cause and participants of the Process will be given an advantage for doing so. This causes unrest among the citizens. Among the hatred and fear for the Cause, Joana notes that the Cause is probably not to be blamed for Ezequiel's death, and Fernando suggests to reveal the sterilisation process to the citizens in hopes to make them reconsider joining the Process while Joana and Michele discuss about ways to stop the bombing. Meanwhile, Glória has jitters about the upcoming Process. Using the device he stole from the registration booth, Fernando announces the truth about the sterilisation process to the public as they celebrate the day of the Process, and this creates confusion and doubt among the Inland people. An Offshore soldier approaches Glória to goad her into betraying Fernando in exchange for an advantage in the Process. Meanwhile, Joana and Michele successfully steals the bomb from Silas but Michele betrays the Cause for her brother by giving the bomb to Marcela. Glória meets Fernando in secret and argues with him, eventually coming to an agreement and they kiss. It is revealed that Fernando lost the ability to walk from falling off a building as he played with Glória when they were children. The Offshore soldiers find Fernando and he is locked up, thinking that Glória sold him out. In charge of searching Fernando, Rafael allows him to pass the security check with a hidden radio.|
|15||7||'Chapter 07: Fog'||Jotagá Crema||Teodoro Poppovic||April 27, 2018|
|Elisa asks Rafael to return to the Offshore with her, out of concern regarding the recent 'kidnap' incident but Rafael turns it down. As Fernando remains locked in a cell, Rafael approaches him and insists that he did not betray the Cause, even though all of the Cause members have already strongly believe otherwise. Michele returns to Offshore and is forced to take a simulation test to wipe her memories regarding the truth of Ezequiel's death, but she manages to resist and wake herself up, knocking Cássia unconscious. At the registration booth, Elisa tends to a man who refuses to cooperate and is taken aback when she sees his face. It turns out that Elisa has long ago found out about Rafael's fake identity and when she confronted him, Rafael ultimately still withheld the truth about the Cause from her. She recognises this man, the real Rafael, Tiago's brother, and clears him, who is now assuming a fake identity. When Rafael goes to the registration booth to learn about the data storage process from Elisa, she gets upset at him and it is revealed that his brother, the real Rafael, had stolen the identity of their another younger brother. A Cause member suddenly appears and tries to kill Rafael to seek revenge for Ivana, but Rafael kills him first, not without injuring Elisa. Elisa survives and she begs Rafael to follow her and return to Offshore, to which he agrees only to leave her at the very end. Joana manages to free herself from captivity while Michele escapes with her brother. While trying to escape the militia compound, Joana bumps into a familiar face, Marco.|
|16||8||'Chapter 08: Frogs'||Dani Libardi||Denis Nielsen||April 27, 2018|
|Marco chains Joana up, spewing words of hatred towards her as he feels that Joana is the one who brought the misery upon him. In a flashback, Marco is shown being treated by the Offshore medical team after he was maimed by heavy doors during the Process. He was sent back to the Inland after being set up with prosthetic legs but he was too ashamed to return to his family and joins the militia instead. In present day, Rafael learns about Joana's predicament and looks for ways to save her. Meanwhile, Michele and André are running to a hideout to avoid Cássia's pursuit. André experiences hallucinations and cannot remember the passcode to the hideout and Michele suggests that his memory was most probably wiped and altered to frame him for the murder. They figure out the code as Cássia and her guards close in and the hideout is revealed to be built by the Founding Couple, which André claims they used to hide from 'the other one'. Back at the Inland, Rafael approaches Gerson under the pretense of carrying out official business but finds out that Joana has already escaped with Marco's help. Joana goes to the frog basement to meet Rafael but she sees Silas and it is revealed that Silas sold Joana out to obtain more fertiliser. Rafael arrives and Silas was about to shoot him when Joana pushes Silas away into the pond of frogs, and he dies from the poison. Gerson confronts Marco and is killed by him. Marco assumes the position of the militia leader and requests for an audience with Marcela. It is revealed that Marco is Marcela's son. Marco strikes a deal with Marcela that he will stop the Cause's plan to disrupt the Process in return for a second chance at the Process.|
|17||9||'Chapter 09: Necklace'||Jotagá Crema||Juliana Rojas||April 27, 2018|
In a flashback, the Founding Trio — Laís, Vítor, and Samira — are seen working on the Offshore, a Utopia project funded by rich investors. The rest of the population lives in poverty and is on the brink of a civil war. Samira is seen talking to her father, one of the project's sponsors, via video call. He tells Samira that society has become dangerous and so he and the other sponsors have decided to begin migrating to the Offshore immediately. Samira protests, saying the Offshore is not yet ready to sustain such a large population. Her father then says that to make way for the incoming migration, everyone currently living in the Offshore will need to evacuate immediately (except Samira), because the Offshore belongs to the investors. Samira and the other founders decide that they will not comply with the evacuation demand, because the Offshore is for competent people and not for rich morons. The sponsors reject the Trio's refusal to comply, so Samira attempts to negotiate a compromise where they will leave the island if the sponsors finance an Offshore project in the Inland. Laís and Vítor do not want to go back to the Inland and start from scratch, so they suggest sabotaging the Inland's power plant, which will destroy financial data and cause the sponsors to lose their wealth. Samira argues that doing this will also leave the Inland without electricity, causing even more suffering. They argue and Samira gets killed. Laís and Vítor proceed with their plan to sabotage the power plant and form the present-day Founding Couple.In the present, Michele learns of the Founding Trio and André recovers his memory — he knew of the Founding Trio but stands by the Founding Couple's ideology hence, and he murdered his mentor when he wanted to inform the Council about the truth. Rafael smuggles Joana into the Process facility and passes a ring to Fernando to break out and destroy the power supply, shutting down security cameras so that Joana can destroy the data while Rafael destroys the backup. Michele hears Rafael's plan over the comm and leaves the hideout with Samira's necklace.
|18||10||'Chapter 10: Blood'||Philippe Barcinski||Guilherme Freitas||April 27, 2018|
|Marcela tightens up security but Fernando manages to carry out his part successfully without being detected. However, Joana gets chased by Marco and Fernando has to take over her role. Fernando cuts himself to let his blood contaminate the data and becomes very weak from losing too much blood. Joana arrives soon after and gets Fernando into hiding. Meanwhile, Rafael has trouble accessing the backup data room, but Michele appears and claims that she wants to help them, opening the doors with the necklace. However, as they are in the room, Michele catches Rafael off guard and knocks him unconscious. She then proceed to move the backup data to another storage device. At the same time, Marcela manages to restore the power supply, but all the data has already been wiped. Discontent begins to rise among the Process participants as they are denied entry due to the data loss and they break into the facility, clashing with the Process division agents. Joana and Fernando take the opportunity to escape among the chaos. Michele goes to meet Councilor Nair to make a deal for the backup data. Unaware that Michele sabotaged their plan, Joana and Fernando celebrate with the Cause. Rafael regains consciousness and contacts Joana, informing her about the sabotage and that the Process will be carrying on. After an argument of making hurtful jabs at each other, Rafael seems to have enough of everything and goes back to seek a reunion with Elisa. Back at the Process facility, the protesters are about to get gunned down when Councilor Nair announces the start of Process 105. It is revealed that Michele had made a deal to hold onto the data and only releasing it once a year during the Process, in exchange for Offshore supplies for the Inland. Marcela cruelly mocks Marco for failing once again. The Process candidates take their tests. Joana burns Silas' body. Rafael comes clean to Elisa. Meanwhile, Michele reveals her plans to use the supplies to build a utopia in another place, and asks Fernando to join her.|
Season 3 (2019)
|Title||Directed by||Written by||Original release date |
|19||1||'Chapter 01: Sand'||Daina Giannecchini||Denis Nielsen & Pedro Aguilera||June 7, 2019|
|20||2||'Chapter 02: Scalpel'||Dani Libardi||Carol Rodrigues||June 7, 2019|
|21||3||'Chapter 03: Medicine'||Daina Giannecchini||Ivan Nakamura||June 7, 2019|
|22||4||'Chapter 04: Duck'||Dani Libardi||Andréa Midori Simão||June 7, 2019|
|23||5||'Chapter 05: Lever'||Dani Libardi||Denis Nielsen||June 7, 2019|
|24||6||'Chapter 06: Trapdoor'||Jotagá Crema||Ivan Nakamura||June 7, 2019|
|25||7||'Chapter 07: Garden'||Jotagá Crema||Ricardo Gonçalves||June 7, 2019|
|26||8||'Chapter 08: Wave'||Jotagá Crema||Andréa Midori Simão & Pedro Aguilera||June 7, 2019|
Creator and writer Pedro Aguilera developed 3% from a 2009 independent pilot episode. Netflix gave the series an 8-episode order for the first season. It is the first Portuguese-language Netflix original series and the second non-English production, after the Spanish-language series Club de Cuervos.
Academy Award-nominated cinematographerCésar Charlone, known for City of God and Blindness, served as director alongside Daina Giannecchini, Dani Libardi, and Jotagá Crema. Charlone also serves as an executive producer, alongside Tiago Mello. The first season became available on Netflix worldwide on November 25, 2016. In December 2016, Netflix renewed the series for a second season, which was released on April 27, 2018. On June 4, 2018, the series was renewed for a third season, which was released on June 7, 2019.
On the review aggregator website Rotten Tomatoes, the first season holds an approval rating of 85%, based on 20 reviews, with an average score of 6.5/10. The critical consensus reads: 'Despite comparisons to other teen-centric dystopian thrillers, 3% separates itself from the pack by focusing on characters with complicated backstories and personalities.' Liz Shannon Miller gave the first season a B+ in her review for IndieWire, saying that the series left her 'surprised and impressed.' Calum Henderson of the New Zealand Herald said in his review 'The characters are the show's strongest point, though, and it skilfully introduces the six core candidates throughout the Process' preliminary challenges in the first episode.'
Awards and nominations
|2017||Fénix Awards||Television: Best Drama Series||3%||Nominated|||
|2019||Rio2C (Rio Creative Conference)||Global Audience Award||3%||Won|||
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In a grimy near-future, 20-year-olds stream to a sleek testing facility to compete for a spot in an idyllic land known as the Offshore.
Fernando's medical exam yields a stunning discovery, a logic puzzle stokes tensions in the group, and Aline tries to find out what Ezequiel is hiding.
A nerve-wracking trip through a dark tunnel leaves Joana haunted by a vision from her past. Ezequiel receives an unexpected visitor.
Trapped in the dorms without food or water, the candidates race to find a solution. A sudden change in the test brings out a new side of Marco.
Painful memories come flooding back to Ezequiel as Aline reveals what she's learned and offers to keep it quiet -- for a price.
Candidates find a tempting offer waiting for them in their new dorm rooms. Those who decide to stay face daunting individual tests.
A night of celebration turns chaotic as Process officials realize there's a traitor in their midst and begin interrogating the candidates.
On the morning of the Purification Ritual, startling revelations and shifting loyalties leave the fates of four candidates hanging in the balance.
With days to go before the next Process, Joana tries to prove herself to the leader of the Cause, and Michele faces an ultimatum from Ezequiel.
As Rafael races to score a spot on the Inland squad, flashbacks recap his first year in the Offshore. Fernando reluctantly coaches Process hopefuls.
Desperate to protect Glória, Fernando realizes there's another way to stop the Process. Michele and Rafael separately try to contact the Cause.
Ivana and Joana subject their captives to grueling interrogations to find out who's telling the truth. Marcela reaches out to an Inlander for help.
Michele and the others discover another side to Ezequiel as he retraces his turbulent journey from Process No. 80 to the present.
As the hunt for Cause members heats up, Glória wrestles with nagging doubts, Michele and Joana search for the bomb, and Fernando makes a defiant move.
Fernando finds an unlikely new ally. Michele undergoes a mysterious procedure. A crisis leaves Rafael torn between Elisa and his mission.
Joana finds herself at the mercy of a figure from her past, Michele is led to a remote hiding place, and Marcela receives an unexpected invitation.
While Rafael, Fernando and Joana forge ahead with their plan, Michele discovers a shocking secret about the Offshore's past.
Last-minute setbacks force Fernando and Joana to improvise. As chaos erupts on the day of the Process, Michele concocts a plan of her own.
Just as Joana tours Michele's new desert sanctuary, known as the Shell, a massive sandstorm moves in and wreaks havoc.
While the residents of the Shell prepare for the next stage of the Selection, Joana summons allies from the Cause and reveals her master plan.
Forced to stand in for Michele on the next test, Elisa finds herself longing for the Offshore. Artur struggles to hide his condition from Rafael.
With supplies dwindling, Michele hurries to cut the Shell's remaining population in half. In flashbacks, the Founding Couple face an agonizing dilemma.
Glória whips up support for her campaign, leading to chaos at the Shell. Marco resorts to desperate measures when he runs out of food for his son.
With the Offshore contingent on the way, the Shell's new residents scour the desert for the fugitives. Elisa grapples with painful memories.
While Joana and Rafael race to find proof of the sabotage, Michele faces an angry crowd, and new details emerge about Glória's time in the Process.
The truth about the sabotage finally comes to light as Marcela prepares to take over the Shell -- and carry out a secret personal mission.