Elite: Season 1

Elite: Season 1

Elite: Season 1

The wealth gap causes clashes to erupt between the rich and poor kids in this Spanish high-school drama series centred on three working class kids new to the most exclusive school in the country.

2018SpainNetflix
CrimeDramaWorld Cinema

Streaming (1 Provider)

EPISODE 1.1

Welcome

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.

EPISODE 1.2

Desire

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

EPISODE 1.3

Saturday Night

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.

EPISODE 1.4

Love Is a Drug

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.

EPISODE 1.5

Everyone Lies

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.

EPISODE 1.6

Everything Will Be Okay

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.

EPISODE 1.7

Everything Explodes

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.

EPISODE 1.8

Assilah

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

Elite: Season 1 / Reviews

Decider

Decider

Deliciously trashy fare in a slick package.

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IGN

IGN

Elite may be the best high school drama on TV.

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Variety

Variety

This tantalizing and whipsmart entry to the teen show pantheon proves itself worthy of the spotlight.

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Vulture

Vulture

Its commitment to breakneck melodrama is undeniably enjoyable.

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The New Yorker

The New Yorker

It's twisty and sexy, teeming with clandestine crimes and clandestine rendezvous, but the show is also genuinely interested in the psyche of the ambitious teen-ager.

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