Following the two seasons of Netflix’s Elite, it is revived for a Season 3. Carlos Montero and Darío Madrona created the series. The show centers on pupils at a first-class auxiliary school and their pals.
Jorge López, Claudia Salas, and Georgina Amorós joined to the cast for the second season and, in the third season, Sergio Momo and Leïti Sène will appear. Plenty of the cast people before seen in other Netflix series given or appropriated by its Spain and Latin American bodies.
Elite outline theories are similar to teen dramas but also highlight more increasing difficulties and other sides to their stereotypes. These include plenty of various private themes.
Here is everything that you should know about the third season of the Elite.
Elite Season 3: Release Date
On 29 August 2019, the head of the Spanish Netflix show, Diego Avalos announced that Elite returned for a third season before the release of the second season.
Netflix unveiled the release date of the third season on social media. Elite season 3 will appear on Netflix on 13 March 2020.
Elite Season 3: Cast
The actors from the previous seasons will furthermore be got in the third season.
Lu (Danna Paola), Nadia (Mina El Hammani), Guzmán (Miguel Bernardeau), Polo (Álvaro Rico)and (Omar Ayuso), Carla (Ester Expósito), Ander (Arón Piper).
In the second season, new faces joined the cast who will again appear in the following season and get a vital character on the series pushing forward: Cayetana (Georgina Amoros), Valerio (Jorge Lopez), and Rebeca (Claudia Salas).
In the continuing season, Cayetana will be seen in the leading role with Polo.
Elite Season 3: Plot
At the end of the second season, everybody has found that it was Polo who murdered one of Spain’s elite students, so it seems to be nearly certain that the accompanying scene will center on the school’s answer to these news releases and a recommenced research for justice.
Guzmán and Samuel, respectively, will have a deep interest in this, given their intimate connections to both Marina and Polo.