Amor de Mãe will return to Globo’s programming for the end of the plot starting on March 1st, and the atmosphere among the cast is highly anticipated. Looking forward to the “second season” premiere, Regina Casé released a spoiler about her character. “Lourdes is going to suffer a lot”, said one of the protagonists of Globo’s nine.
Lourdes’ encounter with Domênico (Chay Suede) and the other outcomes of Amor de Mãe are about to be shown. To make the audience even more curious about what will happen to the characters in the plot of Manuela Dias, the actress talked a little about what the audience can expect.
“If you do not have a washcloth like Dona Lurdes or a handkerchief, it is good to prepare. Our return is marked by a lot of emotion, and Lurdes will suffer a lot, already warning”, gave the message in an interview to the official website of Globo.
Regina took the opportunity to ask the audience to follow the soap opera and talked about how special her character is. “I count on you in this resumption to watch the end of our history and this project, which was so special for me. The soap opera will return with even more emotion and very close to our reality.”
For two weeks, Globo will air a compact edition of Amor de Mãe, which will share prime time with the final stretch of the replay of A Força do Querer. After the chapters summarized with the most striking facts, the unpublished moments will come from March 15th.
From there, the viewer will finally be able to see the Lourdes Domenico, who became Danilo after being bought by Thelma (Adriana Esteves) with only two years old.
After the work was interrupted because of the pandemic, the recording of the new plots took place between August and November 2020 with the new security protocols. Since the end of last year, Globo has been working with the forecast to return to show the booklet in prime time at Globo in March this year.
There will only be 23 unpublished chapters in this second phase. The production was forced to cut 30 episodes from the initial planning of 155.
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