Elite: Season 1 (2018)


Season 1
Elite

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Elite is highly digestible, technically strong trash TV for anyone with a guilty pleasure palate.

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Critic Ratings: 14

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User Ratings: 541

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Air date: Oct 5, 2018

After a public high school collapses, the builder tries to repair its image by paying for three impacted students to attend an exclusive private school.

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Air date: Oct 5, 2018

A school project brings Marina and Samuel closer and inspires Guzmán to try and win over Nadia; Christian is shocked by a revelation.

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Air date: Oct 5, 2018

Samuel throws a party, where Nano makes a move on Marina and spiked punch affects more than one couple; Nadia is hurt by what she learns about Guzmán.

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Air date: Oct 5, 2018

Guzmán tries to earn Nadia's forgiveness; Polo and Christian bond at a gala; Lu bribes her teacher; to pay his debt, Nano must complete a dark mission.

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Air date: Oct 5, 2018

Marina gives Nano a way to pay his debt; Lu intentionally leaks a secret in front of Nadia; Omar learns Ander told his friends about the two of them.

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Air date: Oct 5, 2018

Nano learns one watch holds a secret; Marina's pot stash is found; news of a pregnancy raises suspicions; Christian is offered fame if he does a favor.

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Air date: Oct 5, 2018

Carla suspects Marina is involved in the theft; Omar's father makes plans for his son; after learning his sister's secret, Guzmán seeks revenge.

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Air date: Oct 5, 2018

The last moments before the murder unfold; Christian makes a tough decision; the police arrest a suspect; Guzmán becomes reckless with grief.

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  • 6d ago
    Idiosyncratic notion: A+. Of the relative multitude of ongoing increases to the class, "Elite", a Netflix Spanish import, might be the most awesome of the bundle. The series succeeds by making engaging characters that really carry on like children, not cheeky twenty-somethings. Certainly, the entertainers are most certainly more seasoned than their teen on-screen personas, yet the composition is so damn great that it's barely noticeable. "Elite" focuses on the best secondary school in Spain, "Las Encinas," where rich children go to get seen by the world's top colleges. The story gets fascinating when three understudies from common families—Samuel, Nadia, and Christian—join the youthful rich researchers after their outdated is obliterated by a quake. Gracious, no doubt, and there's likewise a homicide secret that should be addressed. What truly makes "Elite" stand apart from its partners is the serious areas of strength in the turn of events, masterfully dealt with by co-makers Daro Madrona and Carlos Montero. Take Guzman, for example, played by the neat and gifted Miguel Bernardeau. From the beginning, he's your run of the mill, favored secondary school menace, never going to budge on making the three new transfers' day-to-day routines an experience bad dream. However, the authors insightfully furnish Guzman with his own special account that hints at recovery as the season advances. Menaces, as a rule, don't get fresh opportunities, and the secretive outcast is the person who gets the young lady toward the end of the story-not here. Indeed, even the disappointed rookies, similar to Samuel and Christian, have their hazier sides. Nobody is a miscreant or a legend for an extremely long time. Similar to HBO's famous dream series, "Game of Thrones", "Elite" loves to investigate moral uncertainty while outside powers, similar to street pharmacists and controlling guardians, begin to go after the disturbed adolescents. Thus, about that murder secret. Without ruining anything, we should simply say the wrongdoing is a point of convergence for the general story, yet not really an essential one. Several episodes begin and end with a cross examination scene between one of the understudies and the directing criminal investigator, relating the events leading up to the murder. The scenes do have moments of anticipation, but they generally fall short due to the punch presented by the finished lives of the understudies before the wrongdoing occurs. On par with what "Elite" is, it's not completely unique, taking topics from other well-known titles that have preceded it, like "Gossip Girl", "Mean Girls", and "The OC", among others. Guzman's better half, Lu, is the embodiment of the exemplary Queen Bee. The Mexican-conceived entertainer Danna Paola depicts her impeccably as a hot, aggressive young lady whom every last one of her cohorts detests, yet in addition, worships. Her circular segment takes the longest to grow, yet toward the end of the time, you might have an alternate assessment of her personality.
  • May 06, 2022
    Unexpectedly Fantastic. Gripping twists galore
  • Mar 11, 2022
    my forever favorite show, love the characters and the show with my whole heart
  • Nov 06, 2021
    Elite Season 1 is the most coolest and sexiest teen drama available in this Multiverse! This Series has a lot of twists and turns to engage viewers and is definitely the best series ever! The cast tho - 🥵🥵🥵! Each and everyone have done a fantastic job in making this series! This Series is already a global phenomenon! This is the best show!
  • Oct 05, 2021
    Série muito boa, com personagens cativantes e uma trama bem construída. Porém, acaba sendo muito apelativa, por mais que seja a proposta da série e funcione muito bem.
  • Jul 03, 2021
    It's like junk food. It knows it recipe, how to make you addicted. And even though you know it's not the best in the menu, you won't hesitate on eating it in one bite.
  • Jul 02, 2021
    Could be a good film, but the acting is over the top.
  • Jun 16, 2021
    buena trama, genera mucha intriga, buenas actuaciones
  • Jun 09, 2021
    The show has a good way of telling things, the story is actually good and believable in which you can relate to, it was a great way to spend my time.
  • May 18, 2021
    I recommend it, it is quite entertaining and catches you, it makes you want to see more.

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