Season 3 of Elite is coming, proving very popular the teen drama produced by Carlos Montero and Darío Madrona. Netflix has a good track record, and fans worldwide expect new episodes to start with the exciting storyline.
The story of students who enrolled in a prestigious private school tells the story Elite. They have new transfers who have won scholarships, but weird things have started at school. Instead of being lucky enough to study in an exclusive academy, the new students have become depressed and terrified at the secrets the school holds.
The first season left several mysteries, the second, which was not resolved, introduced others to the teen thriller, which left the flat path for Elite’s third installment. Netflix has not yet provided specifics of the following chapters, but certain aspects can be taken for granted.
Here’s What We Know So Far About Elite Season 3
Following Netflix’s reaction to a new season’s fans anticipation (which revealed that in March 2020, we would see more of Las Encinas), the release date for season 3 was announced as 13th March 2020.
The kids are coming…
Elite Season 3 premieres March 13 pic.twitter.com/aFJvcXZcHi
— Netflix US (@netflix) February 18, 2020
Fans breathe comfortably as the return of many cast favorites has been confirmed by Netflix.
Their roles included Samuel (Ester Expósito), Lu(Danna Paola), Omar (Omar Ayuso), Polo(Álvaro Rico), Carla (Arón Piper), Guzmán (Miguel Bernardeau) , Andre (Arón Piper), Nano (Lorente López), Christian (Miguel Herrán), and Nadia(Mina El Hammani). The following roles had been taken on by the party.
Leïti Sène (as Malick) and Sergio Momo (as Yeray) were new additions to the cast.
Following two seasons, season three will probably focus further on the murder of Marina following season two, which reveals the repercussions of her killing and the effects on different ties.
The end of season 2 finale revealed Polo as the murderer, so for season three, the reaction of the school is possibly a priority along with potential compensation for Nano. Back in school with Polo and the police-leading assassination arm, we can expect that Guzmán and Samuel will court to accuse him and take vengeance on him for what he did to Marina.
While Netflix is surprisingly close to the predictions, it can predict more mysteries, murder, and chaos.