Netflix will return with a Brazilian comedy series, Reporting For Duty, this week. The protagonist will be a dedicated police officer who gets transferred to another city for a reason. Little does he know what surprises and shocks the city has to offer.
Directed by Pedro Amorim, Reporting For Duty is called ‘B.O’ in Brazil and ‘Gotowy do służby’ in Poland, and will originally be released in Portuguese. Produced by Camisa Listrada (the production company), the series was filmed in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
Written by Pedro Emanuel, Fabíola Alves, Carol Garcia, Victor Rodrigues, Edu Araujo, Pedro Perazzo, Gui Cintra, and César Amorim, Reporting For Duty is directed by Hassum, Carol Minêm, and Pedro Amorim (lead director).
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Reporting For Duty Preview
Delegado Suzano, a dedicated police officer and a beginner, was born and brought up in a fictional city, Campo Manso, in the rural part of Rio de Janeiro. He arrests a scandalous criminal who turns out to be a wanted criminal associated with illegal gambling.
Thus, Suzano gets transferred to Rio de Janeiro, the city, ready to test him in every way. According to the trailer, his entry into the new police office will be funny and exciting.
Suzano unknowingly creates chaos at the new police station by dropping his pistol. Thus, one staff member holds him and smashes his face on the floor while others point their guns at him. Fortunately, they find his identity card and learn he is the new delegate. After an appropriate welcome, Suzanne learns that the previous delegates transferred from DP to the new police station, gained stars and crosses, and ended up dying.
He wonders what he must put at stake to prove himself. There is no need to worry as it is a comedy-drama, though the concept of dying is mentioned here. None from the new police station expects Suzano to last long. However, he uses his unorthodox methods to fit himself in the demanding situations, and they surprisingly work. Suzanne and his colleagues will entertain and make us laugh in every way, according to the trailer.
Reporting For Duty Cast
The Reporting For Duty trailer shows how hard Leandro Hassum tries to reach his audience through his humorous performance. He will play Delegado Suzano in the upcoming series.
The audience has set higher expectations from him and the series because he has worked in several Brazilian comedy movies such as If I Were You, Till Luck Do Us Part, Xuxa Gêmeas, and more. He worked in comedy and other genre television series such as Now Generation, Flor do Caribe, Zorra Total, and more.
The Brazilian actress, comedian, singer, and social media personality Luciana Paes, will appear as Mantovani in Reporting For Duty. She is known for A Life To Die For (2021), Elected (2022), Park Slope (2022), and Divorce (2017).
Taumaturgo Ferreira is known for Celebrity (2003), The Mutants: Ways of the Heart (2008), and Cleópatra (2007). He participated in miniseries, specials, and soap operas before Reporting For Duty. However, his notable character was Lucas, a protagonist in Top Model.
Digão Ribeiro studied scriptwriting at fourteen and began his career in theater. Focused on acting, Ribeiro graduated in acting and got his first award-winning project, Praça Paris, in 2017. He got international recognition after appearing in Alemão 2 (2022), Dom (2021), and Sem Seu Sangue (2019).
Jefferson Schroeder is a Brazilian social media personality, YouTuber, and actor known for Treme Treme (2015), A Divisão (2019), and Division (2020). His acting journey began in 2014, and now, he is one of the richest television personalities in Brazil.
Reporting For Duty Release Date
Reporting For Duty will be released on 06 September 2023 (Wednesday) at 03:00 AM (ET) on Netflix. The series will have eight episodes overall.
Reporting For Duty Release Timings
- CDT (Central Daylight Time): 02:00 hrs on 06 September 2023 (Wednesday)
- PDT (Pacific Daylight Time): 00:00 hrs on 06 September 2023 (Wednesday)
- PKT (Pakistan Standard Time): 12:00 hrs on 06 September 2023 (Wednesday)
- BST (British Summer Time): 08:00 hrs on 06 September 2023 (Wednesday)
- Rio de Janeiro (Brazil): 04:00 hrs on 06 September 2023 (Wednesday)
- Porto (Portugal): 08:00 hrs on 06 September 2023 (Wednesday)
Reporting For Duty Episode Schedule
- Episode 01: 06 September 2023 (Wednesday)
- Episode 02: 06 September 2023 (Wednesday)
- Episode 03: 06 September 2023 (Wednesday)
- Episode 04: 06 September 2023 (Wednesday)
- Episode 05: 06 September 2023 (Wednesday)
- Episode 06: 06 September 2023 (Wednesday)
- Episode 07: 06 September 2023 (Wednesday)
- Episode 08: 06 September 2023 (Wednesday)
Reporting For Duty Streaming Guide
Reporting For Duty will be exclusively available on Netflix in Portuguese.
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