Maestro in Blue is an intensely charged and visually striking love mystery series that premieres exclusively on Netflix on Friday, March 17 at 3:01 a.m. Eastern Time (ET). The series is written by Christopher Papakaliatis, who also directed the first Greek Netflix series with Akis Polizos.
The thrillingly constructed story of a singer who ends up on a seductive island because of a music festival and a series of puzzling events that follow his arrival is chronicled in the drama series. Since the streaming platform announced the debut of the Greek series, fans have been waiting to see how the story will develop.
What can we expect from Maestro in Blue, the Greek crime thriller romance series?
On the same day, March 17, all nine Maestro in Blue segments will be accessible on Netflix. Netflix’s formal description for the series is as follows:
“A musician travels to a scenic island to lead a festival, where he strikes up an unexpected romance and gets caught up in other people’s problems.”
The official recap and teaser offer viewers clues and a look at what’s to come in the Greek series, and it’s clear that the series will be full of amazing and surprising sequences of events. Audiences will see a passionate artist fall in love with a woman while on a fascinating island for a music event in Netflix’s upcoming Greek offering. After revealing some disturbing secrets, the series will also feature a variety of action sequences. It will no doubt be fascinating to see where the series goes at the end.
Watch the Maestro in Blue video shared by series creator Christopher Papakaliatis here:
Season 1 character list
The series’ potential lead ensemble includes:
- Christopher Papakaliatis as Orestis
- Yorgos Benos as Spyros
- Antinoos Albanis as Michaelis
- Maria Kavoyianni as Maria
- Klelia Andriolatou as Klelia
- Spyro Curtis as British musician friend
- Fanis Mouratidis as Fanis
- Marisha Triantafyllidou as Sofia
- Orestis Chalkias as Antonis
- Haris Alexiou as Haris
- Giannis Tsortekis as Haralambos
- Dimitris Kitsos as Thanos
Stefania Goulioti as Alexandra, Sandra Sarafanova as Lena, Tonia Maraki as Gianna, Ioanna Chronopoulou as Kiki, Christos Loulis as Andreas, Giorgos Biniaris as Dionysis, Alexandros Mylonas as Alexandra’s father, Elias Argentiere as Giovanni, and a few others are also on the ensemble schedule.
The series was produced by Stelios Cotionis and Giorgos Moshovitis. The photographer of the series is Antonis Zkeris and the soundtrack is composed by Kostas Christides. Maestro in Blue, a riveting mystery drama series, will premiere exclusively on famed streaming platform Netflix on Friday, March 17 at 3:01 a.m. ET.