Betina (Isis Valverde) will get tired of being a businesswoman in Amor de Mãe. The young woman will decide to change her life and offer the shares she owns to Raul (Murilo Benício), who will buy and leave the millionaire daughter-in-law. With the money, the nurse will choose to dedicate herself to social causes in the community where she was born in Globo’s nine o’clock soap opera.
After working as a nurse in the fight against Covid-19, Betina will give up her position at the company PWA. During a board meeting, she will offer her shares to Sandro’s father (Humberto Carrão).
The businessman and son will be surprised at the girl’s attitude and will try to dissuade her. But Betina will say she no longer wants to be an executive and will reaffirm her willingness to sell her share of the company.
Isis Valverde’s character will reveal to Sandro and Raul that he wants to use the money to do social work in Guaporim, a region that was destroyed by Álvaro (Irandhir Santos) when he was president of the company.
Raul will buy Betina’s stake in the company, and she will end the plot of millionaire Manuela Dias, playing a social project with Davi (Vladimir Britcha).
Amor de Mãe returned to the air just to show how the Lourdes saga ends. The final phase has 23 chapters in all and will say goodbye to the public next Friday (9).
Then, Globo will have another primetime replay: Império (2014), a booklet written by Aguinaldo Silva. The unprecedented Um Lugar ao Sol, with Cauã Reymond playing twins, was postponed to debut in the second half of this year due to the worsening of the Covid-19 pandemic.
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