If you are part of the group that dispenses with the age rating filter to see a complete original soap opera, without the necessary cuts to the schedule of Vale a Pena Ver de Novo, prepare the couch. GloboPlay promises to launch six more novels in full by the end of this semester, and “Celebridade”, a novel by Gilberto Braga written in 2003, is the last on this list that the blog presents at first hand.
Leaflets already available on the platform in versions of Vale a Pena Ver de Novo are part of the new phase of the Originality Project of Globo’s streaming.
On January 24, “O Cravo e a Rosa” (2000), by Walcyr Carrasco, will be available in its original version. For the sequel, “The Prophet” (2006), by Thelma Guedes and Duca Rachid, and “Snakes and Lagartos” (2006), by João Emanuel Carneiro, are programmed, all in the first quarter.
In addition to “Celebridade”, the platform will also release “Caminho das Índias” (2009), by Glória Perez, and “Anjo Mau” (1997), the remake by Cassiano Gabus Mendes adapted by the hands of Maria Adelaide Amaral, with Glória Pires.
The initiative allows us to remember several moments cut by Globo from special editions revisited in times of a pandemic or in Vale a Pena Ver de Novo itself. Plots originally shown in the 6pm or 7pm slot suffered less from cuts, but 9pm serials, such as “Celebridade” and “Caminho das Índias”, are usually more severed in the versions prepared for the evening slot on open TV.