The 30 Best Brazilian TV Seriesby gazineo-1 | created - 24 Feb 2012 | updated - 24 Feb 2012 | Public
1. Beto Rockfeller (1968– )
A charming shoe salesman adopts the surname 'Rockfeller' and poses himself as the American tycoon's third cousin to slip into high society, through his rich girlfriend, but must employ every trick possible to deceive his humble origins.
3. O Bem-Amado (1973– )
Comedy, Fantasy, Romance
Sucupira's mayor, a corrupt politician and full of tricks, has the inauguration of the local cemetery as his administration's priority, but is met with opposition led by the police chief and a newspaper journalist, in a deathless city.
4. Gabriela (1975– )
A simple, sometimes naïve, sometimes madly sensual young women works at Vesuvius bar, in the city of Ilhéus, and is in love with its owner, who disapproves the way she unwittingly seduces men.
8. Selva de Pedra (1972– )
50 min | Drama, Romance
A simple man, married to a visual artist, becomes friends with a crook who helps him get the attention of his rich uncle but ultimately leads his wife to an apparent death in a car accident, but she survives and assumes a new identity.
13. Sítio do Picapau Amarelo (1977–1986)
Adventure, Comedy, Family
At a small house, there at the Yellow Woodpecker Ranch, live an intelligent and tender granny, Miss Benta, the cook Aunt Nastácia, the two cousins Lucia "Little Nose" and Pete. With them, a... See full summary »
15. Vale Tudo (1988– )
50 min | Crime, Drama, Romance
Fátima Accioly is a young, callous woman who wants to be rich and successful at any price. After selling her family's house in the country, she heads to Rio and gets to know dress man César... See full summary »
18. Bandeira 2 (1971– )
An outlaw, Artur do Amor Divino, aka Tucão, rules the neighborhood of Ramos, in Rio de Janeiro. He runs an illegal lottery. But his power is threatened by the rival Jovelino Sabonete. Noeli... See full summary »
19. The Conquest (2000– )
Around 1600, the saga of the bandeirantes towards the interior of the Brazilian territory took place. Disputes over new lands and riches were inevitable. The struggle of the Jesuits, who protected the Indians from slavery, too.
28. Estúpido Cupido (1976– )
Comedy, Drama, Romance
In the 1960s, the lives of several Catholic school students unfold as they romance, party to the American rock and roll craze, and live through high society's prejudices of the times.