The first season of Back to 15 has been streaming on Netflix since February 2022 and has been in the Top 10 list for a while. While not the top show, Back to 15 is popular enough for Netflix.
The comedy series depicts the life of 30-year-old Anita (played by Camila Queiroz) who, bored with her current life, travels back in time to her past when she was 15 years old (played by Maisa Silva). Of course, Anita goes back to high school. But life isn’t what it seems even then, and instead of trying to fix others, she realizes she needs to fix herself.
Good news for fans of shows: Netflix Brazil has confirmed the renewal of Back to 15 for season 3. The announcement was made on Twitter on July 17, 2023.
THE VOLTA AOS 15 ESTÁ RENOVADA PARA A 3ª TEMPORADA! @maisa @Camiqueirozreal @brunavieira. s2 pic.twitter.com/MlFArJNi14
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Since actors Camila Queiroz and Maisa Silva are both tagged in the tweet, we can assume they will reprise their roles in Season 3 of Back to 15. Also, there may be another time jump (or back in time) in the show. “Back to 15” has already been praised for its humorous and heartfelt storytelling, as well as its relatable characters. The series garnered commercial success and has become one of the most loved Brazilian shows on Netflix.
Bruna Vieira, the author of the book Back to 15 is based on, also tweeted after the renewal announcement, saying “Today I woke up feeling refreshed, what about you?????” (sic)
Frequently Asked Questions
Q1: What is back to 15?
Back to 15 is about a hapless 30-year-old woman who travels back in time to the age of 15 and starts ruining other people’s lives, only to realize that it is her life that needs to be fixed.
Q2: Who will star in the third season of Back to 15?
Back to 15 Season 3 on Netflix recasts the protagonists Camila Queiroz and Maisa Silva. The series is based on a book written by Bruna Vieira.
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