The young brigade has dived into a not so run-of-the-mill storyline. Elite, is associated with the nooks and corners of the teenage crisis and upcoming. This show features more progressive issues and other sides of society.
A number of sexual themes are included without any prejudice. A mystery engrossing flash-forward plot is also surfaced in the earlier two seasons. A Spanish adolescent thriller made for Netflix by Carlos Montero and Dario Madrona.
Las Encinas, a fictional elite secondary school is the backdrop or the forecourt of the series. The storyline encircles the strange relation between three working-class teenage students who are enrolled in the school by virtue of scholarships and their better-off classmates.
For all the corners of being a successful show, this series has earned accolades. Both the audience and critics are in praises for the script, mature themes, and acting, on a whole the entire production.
The first season was released on Netflix on October 8, 2018, and since then has completed three seasons, successfully. The second season released on September 6, 2019, followed by the third on March 13, 2020.
Netflix is very hopeful about the fourth and fifth season of the outstanding show. This coronavirus outbreak has made the world come to a stall. Post-COVID life will be a different game altogether for every human surviving on the earth. I hope to see the reflection of the same in such a mind-blowing conceptual show. Wait and watch, is the only catch line for the Elite fans, as there has been no official confirmation on the release date of the fourth season.
Elite 4 is reportedly to come back breaking all the customs. The series showcased some well-constructed characters. But with the passage of time the age of the characters might grow as well. Though there has been no confirmation from the producers or the creators.
Whatsoever, it may be, we can only believe that most of the cast members will be enjoying in Spain again. This might include –
Itzan Escamilla as Samu
Miguel Bernardeau as Guzmán
Arón Piper as Ander
Omar Shana as Omar
Claudia Salas as Rebeca
Georgina Amoros as Cayetana
A lot of unexpected has to be expected. The Spanish theme and identity give a sense of place and time. Though being local, the show has an international appeal. It has not confined itself to a specific space, though having a strong identity about the location.Season 4 might come up with more mature turns in a relationship. Friendship and love might have a new definition with struggles and achievements to a new level.
Esperemos y veamos (let’s wait and watch)!