It Looks Like We Now Know Who's Staying + Leaving The 'Elite' Cast In Season 4
Elite is the 2018 Spanish series that took over the world with it's whodunnit murder-mystery mixed with preppy uniforms, lots of teen angst, and a very diverse cast. Season three streamed on Netflix in 2020, and the end, which tied up a lot of loose ends from the first season, has us saying goodbye to some of favorite characters from Las Encinas.
News of a 'new cast' mixed with mainstays (a la Skins) has already been hinted at by many of its cast members, all of whom quickly shot into fame after starring in this overnight hit show.
"It's a season where the cycle is completed. Another one starts," Cayetana actress, Georgina Amoros, said in an interview. Alvaro Rico also said the season three finale is "the definitive ending to the evolution of the characters."
Jorge Lopez, who plays Valerio, told Esquire Spain that he has played the character in enough seasons, and that he no longer needs to do more.
Meanwhile, Popbuzz reports that actors Miguel Bernardeu and Itzan Escamilla, who play Guzmán and Samuel respectively, "have been teasing season 4 on social media already."
And if you've been wondering who among the cast will be leaving the show, it looks like Netflix just told us via this tweet which includes BTS footage from what is presumably their last day of filming the third season.
If the tweet is to be believed, it looks like we'll have to say goodbye to characters Nadia (Mina El Hammani), Carla (Ester Expósito), Lu (Danna Paola), Polo, and Valerio.
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