Watch: Netflix's 'Elite' Season 6 Coming in November

by Emell Adolphus

EDGE Media Network Contributor

Monday September 26, 2022

Manu Rios in "Elite"
Manu Rios in "Elite"  (Source:Netflix)

Netflix's "Elite" is back for its sixth season and all your favorite characters in the steamy Spanish team drama are ready to confront more racism, sexism, domestic abuse and LGTBI-phobia this year.

As reported by TV Insider, the season picks up after Samuel's (Itzan Escamilla) death with the usual cast of characters and a few new ones.

In a trailer for the show, returning cast members can be seen shirtless and kissing, including André Lamoglia (Iván), Valentina Zenere (Isadora), Carla Díaz (Ari), Martina Cariddi (Mencía), Adam Nourou (Bilal), and Manu Ríos (Patrick).

Set to land on the streamer on Friday, November 18, the sixth season of the hit Spanish teen drama will pick up after Samuel's (Itzan Escamilla) death, with the students of Las Encinas facing a new school year while trying to cover up disasters of the past.

New faces include Ander Puig (Ser o no ser, El trayecto), Carmen Arrufat (HIT, La inocencia), Álvaro de Juana (HIT, Luimelia), Ana Bokesa (Capítulo Cero, La que se avecina), and Álex Pastrana (Welcome to Edén, Los protegidos).

"These new cast members will be replacing some of the show's exiting stars, including the previously mentioned Escamilla, as well as Omar Ayuso (Omar), Claudia Salas (Rebeka), and Georgina Amorós (Cayetana)," TV Insider reports.

Netflix reported that the first season of the show was streamed by over 20 million accounts within its first month of release. In 2019, the show won a GLAAD Award for Outstanding Scripted Television Series (Spanish-Language).

Look for the new season to hit the streaming giant on Nov. 18. See the trailer for the show below.