Set in a fictional modern-day Sao Paulo, where marijuana has been legalized, this series follows 29-year-old Biriba, a drug dealer who decides to give up his criminal life and enter the legal drug sales industry. Unfortunately for Biriba, going straight is more difficult than he could have imagined.
Biriba's is forced to inform on CD. Kelly considers starting a beauty line for the shop and Cissa and Vini become better acquainted.
Biriba, Salim, Vini, and Joselo travel to True Green's factory in Montividiu to recover their stolen plant.
In Season 2, Biriba's high hopes of being a weed entrepreneur are put on hold when his business is taken over.
Dissent puts the plan into action. Biriba tries to protect her family.
Biriba, Salim and CD are judged by the Movement's court. On the eve of Pico da Neblina being auctioned, Vini confronts Fernão.
Salim forces Biriba to make a difficult decision. Carmen sees CD walk away.
Salim is back from the dead but cannot shake the nightmares of his violent past. Biriba reaches out to Vini for advice.
Kelly gets together with her old friend Cissa and their reunion leads to a new job opportunity. CD uses Vini to get closer to Fernão.
Biriba and Vini try a daring maneuver to stop the store from being sold. Carmen intercepts Rick.
With CD now a part of the Passos family and running Pico de Neblina, Biriba finds himself at the bottom of the food chain.
Biriba tries to find out how Paloma Haze is being sold on the street while Fernao forces Vini to partake in shady business practices to get their new business off the ground. Salim finds himself with a target on his head.
Biriba and Salim go to extreme measures to get their money from Vini and Fernao. The truth behind the dispensary fire finally comes to light as everything comes crashing down.
Vini goes into business with his father and hopes to secure a big-time investor with a new way to sell marijuana. Salim is confronted about Piolho’s murder and Biriba goes back to selling weed to get back on his feet.
With the dispensary burned to the ground, Biriba and Vini suspect foul play from the mayor's office. Salim considers changing jobs but fears the repercussions he'd face by quitting, while Laura urges him to change his career path altogether.
Salim's marijuana sales are dwindling, and he can't meet the demands for higher payoffs from the local police. Biriba is confronted by a city inspector intent on putting him and Vini out of business unless they pay their fair share.
Biriba and Vini are officially in business but they still have a lot to learn about the product Joselo is supplying them. Salim shares big news with Biriba in a step towards reconciliation, while Piolho hatches a scheme to move up the ranks at the smoke hole.
Business is booming but the dispensary's supply is running low and Biriba needs to help Joselo through a crisis to get the supply back on track. Fernao finds out about Biriba's clash with the city inspector and leans on Vini to clean up the mess.
Biriba is a lowly but talented drug dealer whose future is disrupted by the legalization of weed in Brazil. His best friend Salim wants him to become a bigger player in their current criminal enterprise, but his client Vini presents the possibility of becoming a legitimate businessman.
Mary Jane's Emporium begins to lose customers when a competitor opens a small dispensary next door and the gang hires a firm to help promote the company's image despite Biriba's reluctance.
With the papers signed, Biriba and Vini start going through the pains of building a startup. Vini enlists their new financial manager Digao to help find a supplier before it’s too late, while Salim attempts to keep Biriba entrenched in the illicit drug market.