Maestro in Blue Season 3 Is Already Confirmed And Will Arrive Later This Year

By Louie Fecou
Published: May 18, 2024 (Last updated: 4 weeks ago)
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Maestro in Blue Season 3 To Debut On Netflix in 2024
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Maestro in Blue has found an audience, with two seasons of the show already out and Season 3 incoming later this year. With a musical backdrop, sandy golden island beaches, and a compelling mystery running through it, fans will be eagerly anticipating the third season of the first Greek original.

Season 2 and Season 3 Were Confirmed At The Same Time

There was always a plan for three seasons of Maestro in Blue, but Season 3 is set to come in at only four episodes, bringing everything from the previous two seasons together, and hopefully tying up all the loose ends and plot threads.

Reports indicate that filming is already ongoing, and Season 3 will be available in the Autumn of 2024. Looking at it from here, it does appear that Season 2 and 3 were filmed concurrently, and I can’t help wonder if Season 2 has been deliberately split up, providing more time for the show to complete production.

Season 1 had nine episodes, and Season 2 has six, with Season 3 clocking in at four, so there may have been a time when Season 2 was meant to have nine episodes and a decision somewhere down the line split it into two.

This is of course only speculation on my part, but I do get the feeling that there has been a change in direction for the show somewhere along the way.

Maestro in Blue Is a First Greek Original from Netflix

Maestro in Blue is the only Greek original series on Netflix, and the show has been a success for the platform and the production company.

Numbers from the Netflix Engagement Report covering January through June suggest the show was watched globally for 41.10 million viewing hours.

Hopefully, the success of Maestro in Blue could set a precedent for other Greek productions to make their way onto Netflix. The streaming giant has always boasted a strong and ever-expanding international library and more nations represented is better for everyone.

Critical Response So Far

There’s a lot of love for the show out there, but there are also some reviews that hone in on some of the negative aspects too.

Decider urge their readers to stream the show, despite it becoming a bit “soapy”, while Leisurebyte concludes that the show is “confusing but profound. ”

The Envoy Web is a little harsher, criticizing the slow pacing and sluggish scenes.

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