Maestro in Blue, an intense and visually stunning romantic mystery series, premieres Friday, March 17 at 3:00AM ET exclusively on Netflix. The series was written by Christopher Papakaliatis, who also directed the first Greek Netflix series with Akis Polizos.
A suspenseful tale of a singer who ends up on an enchanted island for a music festival, and a series of mysterious events following his arrival, will be chronicled in the series. Ever since the streaming platform announced the Greek series premiere, fans have been waiting to see how the story will unfold.
What can we expect from the Greek crime thriller romance series “Master of Blue”?
All nine episodes of Maestro in Blue will be available on Netflix that same day, March 17. Netflix’s official description of the series reads as follows:
“A musician travels to a scenic island for a music festival, where he begins an unexpected romance and becomes embroiled in other people’s problems.”
The official summary and trailer have given viewers clues and perspectives on what’s to come in the Greek series, and it’s clear from the looks of it that the series will be full of amazing and surprising events. In Netflix’s upcoming Greek music show, viewers will watch a passionate artist fall in love with a woman on an enchanted island. The series will also feature various crime action scenes after some disturbing secrets are revealed. No doubt it will be interesting to see how the series ends.
Check out the Blue Masters video shared by series creator Christopher Papakaliatis here:
Season 1 character list
The list of potential main ensembles for the series 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 Friend Musician
- Fanis Mouratidis as Fanis
- Marisha Triantafyllidou as Sofia
- Orestis Chalkias as Antonis
- Harris Alec Grooming 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, among others middle roster.
The collection is produced by Stelios Cotionis and Giorgos Moshovitis. The photographer of the series is Antonis Zkeris and the soundtrack is composed by Kostas Christides. The enthralling mystery series Master in Blue will premiere exclusively on the popular streaming platform Netflix on Friday, March 17 at 3AM ET.