‘Maestro’ to debut as the first ever Greek series on Netflix

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Christoforos Papakaliatis’ Maestro will debut as the first ever Greek drama series on Netflix, the streaming platform announced on Tuesday.

The drama series will air in Greece and Cyprus on December 19, 2022 on Netflix. It will then premiere for the first time to audiences worldwide in early 2023.

“I hold Maestro very close to my heart and I feel deeply honoured and happy that this story will travel around the world through Netflix. I’m looking forward to this journey,” Papakaliatis, who wrote, directed and starred in the series, said.

MEGA TV, who produced the Greek series, also welcomed the Netflix decision and posted a tweet cheekily asking the platform about their level of Greek proficiency.

Maestro consists of nine episodes and is a fascinating story of passion and conflict.

The main character, Orestes, travels to a small Greek island during the COVID-19 pandemic in order to set up, from scratch, a music festival. 

Confronted with the island’s small society, he finds himself involved in a passionate love story that will act as the catalyst for the manifestation of all the social problems that plague an entire group of people. The characters are all connected to each other and in a way complicit in what comes next.

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