Netflix has already released a ton of great original content this year, including Stranger Things, Narcos, and Luke Cage, but now it's on the verge of releasing its first ever Brazilian production, a dystopian TV series titled 3%.
Created by Pedro Aguilera and directed by Cesar Charlone (City of God,) 3% depicts a hellish future in Brazil in which the surviving population (we don't know what happened yet) resides in the "Inland," a place that lacks basic resources. At the age of 20, however, everyone is given a chance to apply for the "Process," which allows 3 percent of applicants to live in the "Mar Alto" — some fancy-looking island.
Based on a web series dating back to 2011, which was also created by Pedro Aguilera, 3% marks the first Netflix series to be filmed, produced, and acted all by Brazilians. The cast includes Joao Miguel, Bianca Comparator, Zeze Motta, Mel Fronckowiak, and more. Watch the trailer above, and look out for the film to Netflix on November 25.
In other entertainment news, there's an Ariel Vromen-directed Rambo reboot on its way.