1,717 votes


Netflix 2016

A thriller set in a world sharply divided between progress and devastation, where people are given the chance to make it to the "better side" but only 3% of the candidates succeed.

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The 10 Best Episodes of 3%

3% - S3E8

#1 - Chapter 08: Wave


Season 3 - Episode 8

The truth about the sabotage finally comes to light as Marcela prepares to take over the Shell -- and carry out a secret personal mission.

The episode was rated #1 Best episode of 3% from 132 votes.

3% - S4E6

#2 - Chapter 06: Buttons


Season 4 - Episode 6

With tensions rising and rumors spreading fast, André locks down the Process building and presents four candidates with a harrowing final test.

The episode was rated #2 Best episode of 3% from 53 votes.

3% - S4E5

#3 - Chapter 05: Painting


Season 4 - Episode 5

As panic sweeps through the Offshore, Marcela scrambles to restore order, and Marco discovers his mother isn't the only family member on the island.

The episode was rated #3 Best episode of 3% from 52 votes.

3% - S4E4

#4 - Chapter 04: Submarine


Season 4 - Episode 4

Forced to resort to plan B, Joana and the others flee to an underground hideout, where Natália wrestles with a difficult decision.

The episode was rated #4 Best episode of 3% from 51 votes.

3% - S2E10

#5 - Chapter 10: Blood


Season 2 - Episode 10

Last-minute setbacks force Fernando and Joana to improvise. As chaos erupts on the day of the Process, Michele concocts a plan of her own.

The episode was rated #5 Best episode of 3% from 232 votes.

3% - S1E8
#6 - Chapter 08: Button
Season 1 - Episode 8

On the morning of the Purification Ritual, starting revelations and shifting loyalties leave the fates of four candidates hanging in the balance.

The episode was rated #1 Best episode of 3% from 551 votes.

3% - S1E4
#7 - Chapter 04: Gateway
Season 1 - Episode 4

Trapped in the dorms without food and water, the candidates race to find a solution. A studden change in the test brings out a new side of Marco.

The episode was rated #2 Best episode of 3% from 599 votes.

3% - S2E5
#8 - Chapter 05: Lamp
Season 2 - Episode 5

Michele and the others discover another side to Ezequiel as he retraces his turbulent journey from Process No. 80 to the present.

The episode was rated #3 Best episode of 3% from 233 votes.

3% - S3E7
#9 - Chapter 07: Gardrone
Season 3 - Episode 7

While Joana and Rafael race to find proof of the sabotage, Michele faces an angry crowd, and new details emerge about Glória's time in the Process.

The episode was rated #4 Best episode of 3% from 129 votes.

3% - S2E9
#10 - Chapter 09: Necklace
Season 2 - Episode 9

While Rafael, Fernando and Joana forge ahead with their plan, Michele discovers a shocking secret about the Offshore's past.

The episode was rated #5 Best episode of 3% from 216 votes.

Last updated: feb 23, 2021



The acting is probably the worst part, but it doesn't ruin the show at all. I watched the whole season in one day! I just couldn't stop.


Despite a flawed script and hit and miss acting, this eight-episode Brazilian series was well executed despite it's tiny budget, the world it created remained convincing throughout. I found myself invested in the characters and their growth. I'm eager to see what happens on Offshore, and how the Cause proceeds from here. The story is what carries this show above its flaws. Season 2 is due next year, and it's my hope a little more budget will inspire the writers to move beyond some of their more obvious tropes.


This is a Netflix series that drew my curiousity for it's interesting premise. It was filmed in Portuguese and I'm assuming those viewers who gave it rave reviews saw it in Portuguese, And those who felt the acting and dialogue were horrible saw it on Netflix, dubbed into English, which is how I first encountered it. And a horrible job of dubbing it was, causing many to abandon the series disappointed. However, I discovered you have the option, in Netflix settings, to choose Portuguese with English subtitles, and, voila, the acting and dialogue issues disappear (except for a few places when Brazilian passion for political speeches overtakes the moment). The pilot is available on YouTube, in Portuguese (no subtitles), so I couldn't start at the beginning of this tale (my Portuguese is non-existent). Netflix doesn't carry the pilot, only seasons 1-3. With the setting corrected, I found the series to be very enjoyable. I give this a 7.5 (really good) out of 10. I have always believed that the weakness of this show was its tendency to melodrama. The last three episodes of this 3rd season fell victim to this, which is why I rated them so low. But it seems it is all set up for a 4th season, so I'm settling into a wait and see position, but I've reduced my rating to a 7 (potential) out of 10. [Dystopian Drama]


I'm surprised how much I want to watch this. After watching the pilot episode on YouTube I can't help but have great expectations. It seems to be great. I hope I am not wrong.


Season 2 did not disappoint, excellent show throughout for me, not sure why everybody keeps commenting on the (bad) acting. I watched it in Portuguese with English subtitles and had never thought about acting until I read the comments here, so not an issue for me. I do know that the English dubbing is awful, so maybe that's ruining it for you. Just give it a try in its original language. Season 2 opened up the plot so cleverly and beautifully, I can't wait for season 3 (will there be one? IDK). Just awesome show, one of only 2 shows rated at 10 for me. Go watch it! :)


First season is the best. Kind of lost its brilliance in the second season. In my opinion, too much was happening during so few episodes.I don't think I'll watch the third one which will air in few days.


I actually liked this quite lot, and I loved how cruel the world is in this series. I did my best to not to binge watch this.


I like it. That simple.


After watching the whole show: Writing, acting and/or directing can be really hit or miss here. The show has some great ideas about seperation, entitlement and perceived worth but doesn't really develop them enough. In the end it can still be an entertaining show to watch, besides being unexpectedly shallow.


Let us all be united and speak at the same table as equals... But first, let's destroy some more.. yea! Eye for an eye until everyone is blind! Hell yeah! Let's destroy everything in a world where there is so little. Always people and "cause" centered. F#@k the rest, what others struggled to create, and especially f#@k the PLANET! I guess they learned a lot from the previous apocalyptic event that led them in that situation. More nukes!!!

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