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'Invisible City' Season 2 on Netflix: Where was the fantasy-drama filmed?

Netflix's 'Invisible City' is gearing up for Season 2 as it premieres on March 22, 2023
Marco Pigossi as Eric in Season 2 of Netflix's 'Invisible City' (Netflix)
Marco Pigossi as Eric in Season 2 of Netflix's 'Invisible City' (Netflix)

LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA: Netflix is currently expanding the streaming services' original content across the countries with the idea of exploring newer and original stories based on the place. And in the recent past, we were able to see several Netflix original productions that have given us authentic and interesting content like 'The Exchange', 'A Girl and an Astronaut' and 'The Glory'. And following the tradition of producing interesting content, Netflix is set to release the second season of the 2021 hit series 'Cidade Invisível', also known as 'Invisible City'. The Brazilian series follows a what-if scenario, where the mythical, folkloric creatures of Brazil have been co-existing with humans for years.

'Invisible City' is created by Carlos Saldanha, based on the original story developed by Raphael Draccon and Carolina Munhóz. The fantasy drama received a good response from the audience and the series used natural sceneries to narrate the story. And after two years after its release, Netflix is finally bringing back the series this year. 


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Where was Netflix's 'Invisible City' filmed?

In the age where almost every single piece of content is filmed before the green screen and with most requiring the aid of computer-generated imaging to enhance the experience, Netflix's fantasy-drama, though its premise is generally associated with seeking CGI, is actually filmed on a real location. 'Invisible City' exclusively takes place in Brazil, including places like Toré Village, which is based on the cultural history of Brazil.

As the premise of the series itself is based in Brazil, it is fitting that the filming also took place there. The series is filmed in Rio de Janeiro in Brazil. While the forest scenes in Season 1 were filmed in Ubatuba, São Paulo, Brazil. And on the other hand, the majority of the series takes place in the forest, which was filmed in Ubatuba, São Paulo, Brazil. Ubatuba is famously known for its rich forest and iconic beaches, which were seen throughout the first season. 


The second season of 'Invisible City' is set to take place in Belém (Belém of Pará) and is filmed on that location itself. Belém is the largest city of Pará, which has the outlet of the Amazon River and is surrounded by forests. Creator Carlos Saldanha noted, "We are taking the second season to Belém, a major city rich with stories. The new episodes show an indigenous Brazil, from the North, multi-faceted and with new entities and fascinating elements from popular culture."


What is Season 2 of 'Invisible City' about?

The upcoming season of Netflix's 'Invisible City' is set to have a total of 5 episodes. The official synopsis of season 2 of 'Invisible City' reads, "In this second season, after a long absence, we see Eric (Marco Pigossi) in a nature reserve near Belém do Pará, which is protected by indigenous people and sought after by prospectors. He discovers that Luna and Cuca have been living in the region, hoping to bring him back to life. Luna disappears soon after her meeting with her father. Desperate to find her again, Eric discovers that he can draw powers from the entities and uses this to try to protect his daughter, who has been kidnapped by people involved in the illegal mining industry."

The upcoming season of the fantasy series has a cast that includes Marco Pigossi, Alessandra Negrini, Manu Dieguez, Letícia Spiller, Simone Spoladore, Zahy Guajajara, Kay Sara, Julia Konrad, Rodrigo dos Santos, Tatsu Carvalho, Marcos de Andrade, Mestre Sebá, Ermelinda Yepario, and Tomás de França. 


Season 1 of 'Invisible City' is available to stream exclusively on Netflix and season 2 is set to release exclusively on March 22, 2023.