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Joia Rara
Joia Rara
(Portuguese pronunciation: [ˈʒɔj.jɐ ˈʁaɾɐ], English: officially Precious Pearl; literally Rare Jewel, figuratively Unique Grace) is a Brazilian telenovela produced and broadcast by Rede Globo originally ran from 16 September 2013 to 4 April 2014. In November 2014, Joia Rara
Joia Rara
was prized as Best telenovela in the 42nd International Emmy Awards.

Contents

1 Plot 2 Production 3 Cast 4 Ratings 5 International broadcast 6 Awards and nominations 7 References 8 External links

Plot[edit] In 1934, two supposed brothers survived an avalanche in the Himalayas: the millionaire Franz Hauser (Bruno Gagliasso), who is saved by Buddhist monks, and Manfred (Carmo Dalla Vecchia), rescued by a team of climbers. Manfred returns to Brazil
Brazil
with a terrible secret: he sabotaged Franz’s equipment in order to take his place in the family business. After an exhaustive search, Ernest Hauser gives his son up for dead and appoints his bastard son as the director of the Hauser Group. In the monastery, Franz becomes close friends with the spiritual leader Ananda (Nelson Xavier) and before his return home, the monk promises him that they will meet again in the future. The Franz family is thrilled with his return but Manfred, with his plans thwarted, begins scheming again to eliminate Franz once and for all. Through a twist of fate, Franz meets the worker Amélia (Bianca Bin). The two fall in love and, despite family opposition and Manfred's schemes, they stay together and have a daughter, Pearl (Mel Maia). Framed in a plot, Amélia is sentenced to jail and so, the child ends up in the custody of her paternal family. With the death of the monk Ananda, his disciples set out to look for the person who they believe is to be his reincarnation. All signs point to Pearl, and upon receiving the news, she is eager to begin her studies at the monastery. It is she who will solve the issues that have been preventing her parents' union.[1] Production[edit] For the Himalayan scenes, the Precious Pearl crew spent 20 days in Nepal
Nepal
shooting in the cities of Kathmandu, Patan and Bhaktapur. They also shot in Bungamati, which is a 16th-century village, as well as at the Golden Temple, and at the Shechen Monastery. The production crew used around 60 local extras. Many objects were acquired in Nepal, particularly incense stick holders, bed linens, prayer objects and wooden bowls used by monks, were used for the telenovela set design, at Globo's studios in Rio de Janeiro (Projac). The 1930s and 1940s were recreated at Globo's production center to allow audiences to dive into the atmosphere of Precious Pearl. Two scenic cities were created, adding up to a total of 8,000 square meters, in addition to approximately 60 studio scenarios. In the Lapa set, a cable car strolls through a 70-meter long rail, built exclusively for the telenovela.[2] Cast[edit]

Actor/Actress Character

Bruno Gagliasso Franz Hauser[3]

Bianca Bin Amélia Fonseca Hauser[3]

José de Abreu Ernest Hauser[3]

Carolina Dieckmann Iolanda López Fonseca[3]

Domingos Montagner Mundo (Raimundo Fonseca)[3]

Mel Maia Perola Fonseca Hauser

Carmo Dalla Vecchia Manfred Ducke López

Nathalia Dill Silvia Zampari Hauser[3]

Rafael Cardoso Viktor Hauser[3]

Luiza Valdetaro Hilda Hauser Baldo

Thiago Lacerda Toni (Antônio Baldo)[3]

Ana Cecília Costa Gaia Petra[3]

Nelson Xavier Ananda Rinpoche

Caio Blat Sonan Gyatso[3]

Ângelo Antônio Tenpa Ningpo[3]

Ana Lúcia Torre Frau Gertrude[3]

Reginaldo Faria Venceslau López[3]

Letícia Spiller Lola Gardel[3]

Ricardo Pereira Fabrício[3]

Mariana Ximenes Aurora Lincoln Hérnandez

Leandro Lima Davi Hérnandez

Miguel Rômulo Décio Passos[3]

Leopoldo Pacheco Valter Passos[3]

Claudia Ohana Laura Passos[3]

Xande Valois Otávio Passos (Tavinho) / Giuseppe Baldo[3]

Tania Khalill Dália Hérnandez[3]

Marcelo Médici Joel

Marcos Caruso Arlindo Pacheco Leão[3]

Rosi Campos Miquelina Pacheco Leão[3]

Nicette Bruno Santinha[3]

Luiz Gustavo Apolônio Fonseca[3]

Tiago Abravanel Odilon Mascarenhas

Fabiula Nascimento Matilde Meyer Gyatso

Simone Gutierrez Serena Fox Pacheco Leão

Paula Burlamaqui Volpina Soytena López

Luana Martau Creotina (Cléo)

Cacau Protásio Lindinha[3]

Juliana Lohmann Belmira Pacheco Leão Mascarenhas

Pedro Neschling Arlindo Pacheco Leão Filho (Arlindinho)[3]

Norma Blum Mama Francesca (Francesca Baldo)

Cristiane Amorim Josefine Fonseca (Zefinha)

Cláudia Missura Dona Conceição[3]

Anthero Montenegro Benito Duarte[3]

Sílvia Salgado Pilar Duarte[3]

Giovanna Ewbank Cristina[3]

Aninha Lima Zilda[3]

Ícaro Silva Artur[3]

Guta Ruiz Elisa[3]

Jorge Maya Cícero[3]

Adriano Bolshi Rigpa[3]

Marcos Damigo Dr. Rubens[3]

Fábio Yoshihara Jampa Yonten[3]

Karine Carvalho Rosa[3]

Land Vieira Isaías[3]

Maria Gal Margarida[3]

Adélio Lima Josias[3]

Michel Gomes Curió[3]

Glicério do Rosário Etelvino[3]

Renato Góes Nuno[3]

Adriano Alves Norbu

João Fernandes Peteleco Hauser Baldo

Bia Guedes Julieta[3]

Alexandre Rodrigues Josué

Joelson Gusson Laerte

Glória Menezes Pérola Fonseca Hauser (Idosa)

Sacha Bali Eurico Passos[3]

Suely Franco Maria do Rosário Pacheco Leão (Rosarinho)

Rhaisa Batista Teresa

Vicentini Gomez Delegado Cavalcante

Armando Babaioff Aderbal Feitosa

Mouhamed Harfouch Alessandro Marson

Stella Maria Rodrigues Marlene

Max Lima Caetano

Dja Martins Bibiana

José Araújo Eufrásio

Nicola Lamas Bauducco

Nicole Gomes Pérola Fonseca Hauser (20 years)

João Vithor Oliveira Ernest Hauser (young)

Daniel Blanco Irmão de Gertrude

Élcio Romar Salvador Soares da Costa

Juliana Araújo Marta da Costa

Paulo Verlings Kléber

Rita Porto Idalina

Mariana Mac Niven Catarina Hauser

Isio Ghelman Heitor Zampari

Kaik Brum Sonan Gyatso (child)

Marcelo Aquino Peçanha

Mabel Cezar Elvira

Vilma Melo Fátima

Gillray Coutinho Batista

Márcio Ehrlich Dr. Moacir

Gustavo Trestini Dr. Silveira

Ratings[edit] In Brazil, the telenovela had average ratings of 21 points and 46% share, reaching over 26 million viewers per day.[4] The telenovela's official hashtag, #joiarara, was mentioned 80,000 times, which corresponds to 58% of the total volume of simultaneous online comments. Aired in Portugal, in the Globo basic channel, the plot is daily ranked among the 5 most watched paid TV shows in the country.[5]

Timeslot No. of episodes Premiered Ended Position Season Average rating

Date Premiere Ratings Date Finale Ratings

Monday—Saturday 18:20 (BRT)

173

16 September 2013

21

4 April 2014

23 #1 2014 – 2015

18

International broadcast[edit]

Country Channel Title Premiere End Weekly Schedule Hour

Rede Globo Joia Rara 16 September 2013 4 April 2014 Monday to Saturday 18:25

TVS 23 September 2013 11 April 2014

Globo Portugal 15 September 2014 18 January 2015 Monday to Sunday 20:00

Teledoce Preciosa Perla 26 January 2015 present Monday to Friday 19:00

Telenovela 소중한 진주 April 2015

HRT 1 Dragocjeni biser 7 September 2015 11 February 2016 Monday to Friday 12:25

Awards and nominations[edit]

Year Award Category Recipient Result

2013 Melhores do Ano NaTelinha Best Actress Mel Maia Nominated

Best Telenovela Duca Rachid and Thelma Guedes Nominated

Retrospectiva UOL Actress Revelation Mel Maia Nominated

Best Telenovela Duca Rachid and Thelma Guedes Nominated

Best Actor Bruno Gagliasso Nominated

José de Abreu Nominated

Best Villain José de Abreu Nominated

Best Romantic Couple Domingos Montagner and Carolina Dieckmann Nominated

Bruno Gagliasso and Bianca Bin Nominated

Prêmio Noveleiros Revelation Leandro Lima Nominated

Best Mirim Actor Mel Maia Nominated

Revenge/Flame of the Year Nathalia Dill Nominated

Mush of the Year Bruno Gagliasso Nominated

Best Couple Award Bruno Gagliasso and Bianca Bin Nominated

Villain of the Year José de Abreu Nominated

Prêmio Quem de Televisão Melhor Ator Domingos Montagner Nominated

Best Actress Bianca Bin Nominated

Best Supporting Actor Carmo Dalla Vecchia Nominated

José de Abreu Nominated

Tiago Abravanel Nominated

Best Author Duca Rachid and Thelma Guedes Nominated

Melhores do Ano Best Actor Bruno Gagliasso Nominated

Best Actor/Actress Mel Maia Nominated

2014 Troféu Internet Melhor Novela Duca Rachid and Thelma Guedes Nominated

Revelation Tiago Abravanel Nominated

Prêmio Contigo! de TV Telenovela
Telenovela
of the Year Duca Rachid and Thelma Guedes Nominated

Best Telenovela
Telenovela
Actor Bruno Gagliasso Nominated

Best Child Actress Mel Maia Won

Best Telenovela
Telenovela
Director Amora Mautner and Ricardo Waddington Nominated

Prêmio Extra de Televisão Best Telenovela Duca Rachid and Thelma Guedes Nominated

Best Actor/Actress Mel Maia Won

Best Costume Design Joia Rara Nominated

Best Makeup Joia Rara Nominated

Emmy Internacional[6][7][8][9][10][11] Best Telenovela Duca Rachid and Thelma Guedes Won

References[edit]

^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 23 January 2015. Retrieved 2015-01-23.  ^ "Winner of the International Emmy Awards® for best Telenovela, 'Precious Pearl' is one of the stars of Globo's 2015 catalog". Globo TV International.  ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z aa ab ac ad ae af ag ah ai aj ak al am an ao ap aq ar as at " Joia Rara
Joia Rara
> Personagens". Gshow. Retrieved 1 May 2014.  ^ "Com 22 pontos no Ibope, final de "Joia Rara" se equipara a "Flor do Caribe"". Uol.  ^ "Brasileira Joia rara bate a telenovela portuguesa Belmonte nos Emmy" (in Portuguese). Público (Portugal).  ^ Redação (13 October 2014). "Globo tem três indicações ao Emmy; Joia Rara
Joia Rara
concorre a melhor novela". UOL (in Portuguese). Notícias da TV. Retrieved 13 March 2015.  ^ UOL SP (13 October 2014). ""Joia Rara" e "A Mulher do Prefeito" são indicadas ao Emmy Internacional" (in Portuguese). UOL Televisão. Retrieved 13 March 2015.  ^ Patrícia Kogut (13 October 2014). "Globo tem três produções finalistas do Emmy Internacional" (in Portuguese). O Globo. Retrieved 13 March 2015.  ^ "Globo tem 3 indicações ao Emmy Internacional; 'Joia Rara' disputa melhor novela" (in Portuguese). F5 – televisão. 13 October 2014. Retrieved 13 March 2015.  ^ "Globo leva Emmy de melhor novela pela quarta vez com Joia Rara". UOL (in Portuguese). Notícias da TV. 25 November 2014. Retrieved 13 March 2015.  ^ "'Joia rara' recebe prêmio de melhor novela na 42ª edição do Emmy Internacional" (in Portuguese). Extra. 25 November 2014. Retrieved 13 March 2015. 

External links[edit]

Official website (in Portuguese)

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Rede Globo
Rede Globo
telenovelas

1960s debuts

O Ébrio (1965) Rosinha do Sobrado (1965) A Moreninha (1965) Padre Tião (1965) O Rei dos Ciganos (1966) A Sombra de Rebecca (1967) Anastácia, a Mulher sem Destino (1967) Sangue e Areia (1967) O Santo Mestiço (1968) Passo dos Ventos (1968) A Grande Mentira (1968) Rosa Rebelde (1969) A Cabana do Pai Tomás (1969) Véu de Noiva (1969)

1970s debuts

Irmãos Coragem (1970) Pigmalião 70 (1970) A Próxima Atração (1970) O Homem Que Deve Morrer (1971) Minha Doce Namorada (1971) Selva de Pedra (1972) O Primeiro Amor (1972) Uma Rosa com Amor (1972) O Bem-Amado Cavalo de Aço (1973) Carinhoso (1973) O Semideus (1973) Supermanoela (1974) Corrida do Ouro (1974) Fogo sobre Terra (1974) Cuca Legal (1975) Escalada (1975) Bravo! (1975) Gabriela (1975) Pecado Capital (1975) Escrava Isaura (1976) Anjo Mau (1976) O Casarão (1976) Estúpido Cupido
Estúpido Cupido
(1976) Duas Vidas (1976) Espelho Mágico (1977) O Astro (1977) Locomotivas (1977) Sem Lenço, sem Documento (1977) Dancin' Days (1978) Te Contei? (1978) Pecado Rasgado (1978) Pai Herói (1979) Feijão Maravilha (1979) Os Gigantes (1979) Marron Glacê (1979)

1980s debuts

Água Viva (1980) Coração Alado (1980) Baila Comigo (1981) Brilhante (1981) Sétimo Sentido (1982) Sol de Verão (1982) Louco Amor (1983) Champagne (1983) Partido Alto (1984) Amor com Amor Se Paga (1984) Corpo a Corpo (1984) Roque Santeiro
Roque Santeiro
(1985) Selva de Pedra (1986) Roda de Fogo (1986) O Outro (1987) Mandala (1987) Direito de Amar (1987) Bambolê (1987) Vale Tudo (1988) Bebê a Bordo (1988) Que Rei Sou Eu?
Que Rei Sou Eu?
(1989) O Salvador da Pátria (1989) Tieta (1989) Top Model (1989) O Sexo dos Anjos (1989)

1990s debuts

Rainha da Sucata
Rainha da Sucata
(1990) Barriga de Aluguel (1990) Meu Bem, Meu Mal (1990) O Dono do Mundo (1991) Vamp (1991) Felicidade (1991) Pedra sobre Pedra (1992) Perigosas Peruas (1992) Despedida de Solteiro
Despedida de Solteiro
(1992) De Corpo e Alma (1992) Mulheres de Areia (1993) Renascer (1993) Olho no Olho (1993) Sonho Meu (1993) Fera Ferida (1993) A Viagem (1994) Tropicaliente (1994) Quatro por Quatro (1994) Pátria Minha (1994) A Próxima Vítima (1995) História de Amor (1995) Explode Coração (1995) Quem É Você? (1996) O Fim do Mundo (1996) O Rei do Gado
O Rei do Gado
(1996) Salsa e Merengue (1996) Anjo de Mim (1996) A Indomada (1997) O Amor Está no Ar (1997) Anjo Mau (1997) Por Amor (1997) Corpo Dourado (1998) Era Uma Vez (1998) Torre de Babel (1998) Meu Bem Querer (1998) Suave Veneno (1999) Andando nas Nuvens (1999) Força de um Desejo (1999) Terra Nostra (1999) Vila Madalena (1999)

2000s debuts

Uga-Uga (2000) Laços de Família (2000) O Cravo e a Rosa
O Cravo e a Rosa
(2000) Porto dos Milagres (2001) A Padroeira (2001) O Clone
O Clone
(2001) Desejos de Mulher (2002) Coração de Estudante (2002) Esperança (2002) O Beijo do Vampiro
O Beijo do Vampiro
(2002) Sabor da Paixão (2002) Mulheres Apaixonadas (2003) Kubanacan (2003) Chocolate com Pimenta
Chocolate com Pimenta
(2003) Celebridade (2003) Da Cor do Pecado
Da Cor do Pecado
(2004) Cabocla (2004) Senhora do Destino
Senhora do Destino
(2004) Começar de Novo (2004) Como uma Onda (2004) América (2005) Alma Gêmea (2005)

Belíssima (2005) Cobras & Lagartos (2006) Páginas da Vida (2006) O Profeta (2006) Pé na Jaca (2006) Paraíso Tropical
Paraíso Tropical
(2007) Sete Pecados (2007) Duas Caras
Duas Caras
(2007) Desejo Proibido (2007) Beleza Pura (2008) A Favorita
A Favorita
(2008) Três Irmãs (2008) Caminho das Índias
Caminho das Índias
(2009) Paraíso (2009) Caras & Bocas (2009) Viver a Vida
Viver a Vida
(2009) Cama de Gato
Cama de Gato
(2009)

2010s debuts

Passione (2010) Escrito nas Estrelas (2010) Ti Ti Ti
Ti Ti Ti
(2010) Araguaia (2010) Insensato Coração
Insensato Coração
(2011) Morde & Assopra (2011) Cordel Encantado
Cordel Encantado
(2011) O Astro (2011) Fina Estampa
Fina Estampa
(2011) A Vida da Gente
A Vida da Gente
(2011) Aquele Beijo
Aquele Beijo
(2011) Amor Eterno Amor (2012) Avenida Brasil (2012) Cheias de Charme
Cheias de Charme
(2012) Gabriela (2012) Lado a Lado
Lado a Lado
(2012) Guerra dos Sexos
Guerra dos Sexos
(2012) Salve Jorge
Salve Jorge
(2012) Flor do Caribe
Flor do Caribe
(2013) Sangue Bom
Sangue Bom
(2013) Amor à Vida
Amor à Vida
(2013) Saramandaia (2013) Joia Rara
Joia Rara
(2013) Além do Horizonte
Além do Horizonte
(2013) Em Família (2014) Meu Pedacinho de Chão (2014) Geração Brasil (2014) O Rebu
O Rebu
(2014) Império
Império
(2014) Boogie Oogie
Boogie Oogie
(2014) Alto Astral
Alto Astral
(2014) Sete Vidas
Sete Vidas
(2015) Babilônia (2015) I Love Paraisópolis
I Love Paraisópolis
(2015) Verdades Secretas
Verdades Secretas
(2015) Além do Tempo
Além do Tempo
(2015) A Regra do Jogo
A Regra do Jogo
(2015) Totalmente Demais
Totalmente Demais
(2015) Êta Mundo Bom!
Êta Mundo Bom!
(2016) Velho Chico
Velho Chico
(2016) Liberdade, Liberdade
Liberdade, Liberdade
(2016) Haja Coração
Haja Coração
(2016) Sol Nascente
Sol Nascente
(2016) A Lei do Amor
A Lei do Amor
(2016) Rock Story
Rock Story
(2016) Os Dias Eram Assim
Os Dias Eram Assim
(2017) Novo Mundo (2017) A Força do Querer
A Força do Querer
(2017) Pega Pega
Pega Pega
(2017) Tempo de Amar
Tempo de Amar
(2017)

Current

O Outro Lado do Paraíso (since 2017) Deus Salve o Rei
Deus Salve o Rei
(since 2018) Orgulho e Paixão
Orgulho e Paixão
(since 2018)

Category

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International Emmy Award for Outstanding Telenovela

2008 — present

Al-Igtiyah (The Invasion) (2008) Caminho das Índias
Caminho das Índias
(2009) Meu Amor (2010) Laços de Sangue (2011) O Astro (2012) Lado a Lado
Lado a Lado
(2013) Joia Rara
Joia Rara
(2014) Império
Império
(2015) Verdades Secretas
Verdades Secretas
(2016) Endless

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