Netflix Renews Elite for a Fourth Season With Cast Changes
Netflix has renewed the Spanish drama Elite for a fourth season, but according to Deadline, the upcoming season will feature a few changes in the cast.
Cast members leaving the show include Mina El Hammani, Danna Paola, Ester Expósito, Álvaro Rico, and Jorge López. Itzan Escamilla, Miguel Bernardeau, Arón Piper, Omar Ayuso, Claudia Salas and Georgina Amorós were confirmed to reprise their roles.
In Elite, Las Encinas is the most exclusive school in the country — where the elite sends their children to study. In there, three working-class teens have just been admitted after an earthquake destroyed their school. The clash between those who have everything and those who have nothing to lose creates a perfect storm that ends in a murder. Who committed the crime?
In the third season of the series, a number of protagonists faced their last months at the institute, a stage in which they will have to make decisions that can change their future forever. The season featured love, sex, and friendship as well as jealousy, secrets and the desire for revenge, which threatened to destroy lives that were really just about to begin.
The series stars Casa de Papel (a.k.a. Money Heist) alums María Pedraza, Miguel Herrán, and Jaime Lorente, alongside Itzan Escamilla (Cable Girls, The Ministry of Time), Miguel Bernardeau (Ola de Crímenes), and Arón Piper (15 Years and One Day).
Elite was created by Darío Madrona and Carlos Montero, who both co-wrote the series. Ramón Salazar and Dani de la Orden served as directors on the show produced by Netflix and Zeta Ficción.
The first three seasons are available to stream now on Netflix.