'Élite' Fans, Season 4 Is Coming to Netflix in June

Selena Barrientos
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'Élite' Fans, Season 4 Is Coming to Netflix in June

From the first episode, Élite had viewers hooked with an epic mystery. The thriller teen drama opens with a police investigation into the murder of 16-year-old Marina (María Pedraza), who attended Las Encinas high school in Spain. By the end of the third season, fans know that Polo (Álvaro Rico) killed her out of rage and then Lu (Danna Paola) killed him.

All of that brings us to season 4, which Netflix officially greenlit along with a fifth installment in January of last year. Even though the finale of season 3 marked the first time Élite didn't end with a cliffhanger, there are still many ways trouble could emerge for the Las Encinas students next season. With longtime cast members saying goodbye and new faces coming on to the Netflix show, there will be plenty of twists and turns in the episodes to come. For those eager to learn what lies ahead, here's what we know about season 4 of Élite:

When will Élite season 4 premiere on Netflix?

Season 4 of Élite is premiering on Friday, June 18. Netflix announced the news with a minute-long clip. While there are no words spoken in the video below, it's pretty telling about how the original Élite characters and newcomers will get along. Plus, the streamer also shared photos of the new season on Twitter.

The fourth installment will come more than a year after fans first heard it was in the works. Last May, a video of the cast revealed that everyone had received their scripts and started working on the next installment. Later on in December, Netflix gave viewers a quick update that the show had wrapped up filming the upcoming season.

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Who is in the cast of Élite season 4?

As fans may recall, Lu and Nadia (Mina El Hammani) left Spain to study at Columbia University in New York City after Polo's death. Carla (Ester Expósito) also decided to leave the country for boarding school. But before doing so, she split the responsibilities of her wineries between her father and Valerio (Jorge López), who dropped out of school. Élite fans should consider these events as the formal exits of the five beloved characters.

Before season 3 ended, the series fast-forwarded two months into the future and showed a handful of the friends returning to Las Encinas to finish their final year together. Based on who reunited after summer break and who was part of the season 4 announcement video, the main cast will be comprised of:

What’s more, in July 2020, four new cast members were added, including Manu Ríos, Carla Diaz, Martina Cariddi and Pol Granch. Manu, Carla and Martina are set to play the children of the new director of Las Encinas, who will be portrayed by Spanish actor Diego Martín.

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Are there any Élite season 4 spoilers?

Right now, not many details are known about Élite season 4. But we do know that it will be the last season for actors Itzan Escamilla and Omar Ayuso, according to FormulaTV. The two Spanish stars have been part of the main cast since the start of the show playing best friends Samuel and Omar.

Last we saw, Samuel was given the good news that his mother and brother could come back safely to Spain after fleeing to Morocco. But did they actually return or is he still on his own?

Meanwhile, Omar decided last minute not to go to New York with his sister, Nadia, and stayed behind to be with his parents and his boyfriend, Ander. At the end of season 3, Omar joined Ander and Samuel as a student at Las Encinas. Perhaps, the best friends will also decide to move on after graduation ...

How can I watch and stream Élite?

You can watch Élite on Netflix. Catch up on (or rewatch!) seasons 1, 2 and 3 right on your smart TV or grab your laptop and stream it on the Netflix website. If you want to watch from a mobile device, you can download the iPhone or Android Netflix app to see all 24 episodes. First-time users can sign up for a plan starting at $8.99.

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