SYNOPSIS: The technology guru Jonas Marra (Murilo Benício) achieved fame and fortune in Silicon Valley as the owner of Marra International, an IT conglomerate. He is married to Pamela Parker (Cláudia Abreu), the famous heiress of an American tycoon, and has become the stepfather of a spoiled willful young girl with a talent for trouble. Unexpectedly, Jonas announces that he is going to move the company’s headquarters and his family to Brazil. There, he plans to choose his successor by holding a competition for young Brazilians, who become excited with the opportunity. Among them are David (Humberto Carrao) and Manu (Chandelly Braz), who compete with each other and fall in love during the challenge. What could have driven this entrepreneur to make such a controversial decision? The answer lies in a secret guarded under lock and key that will cause surprising consequences for Jonas’s life. What Jonas never imagines is that returning to his country will rekindle old stories from his past, showing that behind the successful businessman lies a different person shrouded in conflict and secrecy. One of his secrets is his difficult relationship with his family, who tries to reconnect with him to get at his money. New feelings also play their role. Jonas meets the assertive reporter Verônica (Taís Araújo) who steals his heart. Their meeting arouses passion in them both, and they let love take its course. In Brazil, Jonas discovers a rival, Herval Domingues (Ricardo Tozzi). In addition to their professional differences, Herval is Jonas’s rival in another area as well — his relationship with his wife Pamela Parker, with whom Herval begins to have an affair. It turns out that the woman, who also seemed like the perfect wife, is also hiding her own secrets. Now Generation uses a setting focused on technology to develop a plot centered on romance, adventure, and mystery. Images shot with cinematic cameras, scenes filmed in California, and an internationally renowned cast, add even more value to this production.
BROADCAST TIME: From September 4 at 5:50 pm CAT (replace SPARKLING GIRL)