The debut of Christopher Papakaliatis’ “Maestro in Blue” on the Athens-based Mega Channel was a sterling success. Now, the well-received mini-series by the Greek actor, director and screenwriter has expanded to a global audience via the Netflix international media streaming service. Papakaliatis celebrated the successful premier of “Maestro in Blue” this week during a reception thrown by Netflix co-CEO Ted Sarandos in LA, with several of Hollywood’s best-known Greek-origin stars, such as Maria Menounos, Lia Vardalos and John Stamos in attendance. In fact, the mini-series featured in Netflix’s “top 10” most watches series over the past few days.
Additionally, and even more importantly, an amendment passed in Parliament on Tuesday suspends all building activity on Mykonos in areas outside of town planning (zoning) areas
Maestro in Blue, set in the picturesque northern Ionian island of Paxos, was created for and first aired on the Athens-based Mega Channel
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