Thrilling chase: Netflix announces teaser, key art and premiere date for Good Morning, Verônica
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The clock is ticking and time is running out fast for Verônica (Tainá Müller), clerk at the São Paulo Homicide Police Station. Overnight, she finds herself on a risky and enigmatic hunt. This is what the teaser of the original series Good Morning, Verônica reveals. The show has also just got an official key art and debut date - October 1st, only on Netflix.
Adapted from the eponymous book written by the criminologist Ilana Casoy and the writer Raphael Montes, the fictional thriller accompanies this determined police officer, who uses all her investigative skills to dive into two intriguing cases and help victims to wake up against violence and injustice. The first, a woman tricked by an internet scammer. The second, Janete (Camila Morgado), the wife of Brandão (Eduardo Moscovis), an intelligent and dangerous serial killer who leads an apparently normal life, but who, behind the facade, reveals a cruel mind capable of imprisoning its prey like birds in a cage.
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About Zola Filmes
Zola Filmes is a Rio-based audiovisual production company focusing exclusively on fictional content. Its productions include the TV series Mandrake (2012), the drama series Lúcia McCartney (2016) and Espinosa (2015), and the children's series Valentins (2017). Established in 2011, it was founded by José Henrique Fonseca, Eduardo Pop, and Gustavo Bragança.
About the book Bom Dia, Verônica
Published by Darkside Books in 2016 under the pseudonym Andrea Killmore, the thriller BOM DIA VERÔNICA sold 10,000 copies in its first run and sparked fans' curiosity about the author's real identity. Now, the long-time secret is out: Ilana Casoy, criminologist and author, and Raphael Montes, author and screenwriter, collaborated on the novel that mixes real crime and fiction, and is due for a new edition this year.
Source Netflix, Inc.
August 28, 2020 12:00am ET by Pressparty