3% Season 4 Expected Release Date, Updated Plot, And Other Detail

Seems like Netflix is going to have a stuffed schedule in August. A range of Netflix Originals is in the pipeline. Also, the good news for sci-fi fans is that the dystopian drama 3% is one of them. With three successful seasons, 3% season 4 is around the corner.

Will 3% Season 4 Be The Last Season?


The fourth installment of  3% is going to launch on the global ott platform on 14 August 2020. Moreover,  3% Season 4 is going to be the swan song of the franchise.

The series debuted with  3% Season 1 in 2016 on Netflix. The overall review of the show was praiseworthy. Thereafter, the second and third installments premiered in  April 2018 and June 2019 respectively.

The Brazillian series broke records with its official premiere in 2016. Since then it has joined the league of Brazilian Netflix originals including The Mechanism, Sintonia, Reality Z, and, Kissing Game.

The big announcement regarding the renewal of the series for Season Four was made in August 2019. Just like the fans, one of the writers couldn’t contain her excitement about the show. She exclaimed that the journey of making this series was beautiful. But now it has finally come to an end.

Expected Plot 3% Season 4

The TV series is of a sci-fi genre. The story takes us to a region called inland in a distant poor world. It deals with a bunch of people who underwent a series of scientific tests. The tests were conducted to determine which one of them will be leaving for the Offshore society. The Offshore is like a virtual paradise in this world full of poverty. The series primarily raises questions regarding the class divide.

The last season ended with Marcela going on her personal mission and assisting Shell.

Recently, the trailer of the upcoming season was released on 24rth July 2020. You can have a look at it to get a glimpse into the series. Apparently, we don’t have any concrete news about the plot. But we will keep you updated with the latest developments about 3%  Season 4.

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