In the Netflix series Unsuspicious (originally Nada Suspeitos), created by Leandro Soares and César Rodrigues, three women and their families are duped by the same playboy. The three families plan to show up at his mansion together and confront him in order to get revenge on him and question him about his actions. However, when they discover the dead playboy in his mansion, things take a wild and unexpected turn.
The three families are now forced to stay at the mansion longer than expected to uncover the truth. Each episode of the Brazilian series makes you think about the suspense and mystery surrounding the playboy’s sudden death, as well as the locations where ‘Unsuspicious’ was filmed due to the opulent estate. If so, allow us to give you all the information you need in this regard.
The filming of “Unsuspicious” took place entirely in Brazil, mainly in So Paulo. The first season of principal photography of the crime series seemed to start in early August 2021 and end in late September of the same year. Brazil is the largest nation in South and Latin America and is located on the east coast of that continent.
Due to its large and varied landscape, Brazil is a great location to shoot a variety of films and TV shows, including Unsuspicious. So, without wasting any time, let’s get to the exact locations mentioned in the Netflix series!
Brazil’s So Paulo
Most of the pivotal scenes for Unsuspicious were filmed in and around So Paulo, a city in southeastern Brazil. With the exception of a few location shots, virtually all of the first season was shot on location, either in an actual mansion or at a sound stage in town, where the production team likely just created the set for the show.
Some of Brazil’s tallest buildings, including the North Tower, Edifcio Italia, Mirante do Vale and the Banespa Building are located in So Paulo. In addition, the city is home to a number of monuments, museums and parks including, to name a few, the Ema Gordon Klabin Cultural Foundation, Ibirapuera Park, the Museum of Ipiranga, the Latin American Memorial and the Museum of the Portuguese Language.