Rebelde Season 3: Everything We Know

Netflix’s Mexican teen drama “Rebelde,” a stand-alone sequel to the 2004 opera “Rebelde,” centers on Elite Way School and the lives of the students that attend it. While attempting to establish themselves as the new voices in the present music scene, the members of the band Without Name encounter a number of issues as the Spanish-language series moves forward. The show, which debuted on January 5, 2022, also places a lot of emphasis on the connections among the pupils.

When it first aired, the show was well-received by critics and viewers alike, garnering praise in particular for its engaging plotlines, drama that is geared for teens, and the performances of its primary characters. Fans must be eager to learn about the third season’s prospects because the second season of the show finishes with a number of startling and unsolved occurrences. Here is what we do know about the same, though!

Rebelde Season 3 Potential Release Date

Rebelde Season 3: Everything We Know
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Season 2 of “Rebelde” debuted on July 27, 2022, on Netflix. Eight episodes of 34–47 minutes each make up the second season.

Let us share what we know about the third season. Releasing a statement about the show’s future or officially approving “Rebelde” for season 3 are still pending at Netflix. However, Marcelo Colucci’s actor Leonardo de Lozanne announced to GQ Mexico in January 2022 that the third season had been “approved,” with production set to start in the summer of 2022.

Given the popularity of similar teen shows on Netflix like “Elite” and “Sex Education,” it is not surprising that the streaming service is apparently open to the series’ third season. If the third season of the show has actually been accepted and is about to be announced, we may quickly anticipate the latter. We may anticipate the third season of “Rebelde” to debut sometime in Q2 2023 if the streaming behemoth soon gives the third episode the official go-ahead.

Rebelde Season 3 Cast: Who can be in it?

Rebelde Season 3: Everything We Know
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Azul Guaita Bracamontes (Jana Cohen), Andrea Chaparro (Mara José Sevilla AKA MJ), Franco Masini (Luka Colucci), Sergio Mayer Mori (Estebán Torres/Colucci), Jeronimo Cantillo (Guillermo “Dixon” lvarez), and Lizeth Selene (Andrea “Andi” Agosti) will all inevitably return for the third season Leonardo de Lozanne (Marcelo Colucci), Estefana Villarreal (Celina Ferrer), Joel Isaac Figueroa (Okane), Giovanna Grigio (Emily Alo), Karla Sofia Gazcón (Lourdes), and others could make a comeback.

Due to Gus Bauman’s death in the second season finale, Flavio Medina might only appear in flashback sequences in the prospective third season. Alejandro Puente (Sebastián Langarica), whose persona graduates from EWS, is likewise unlikely to return.

Rebelde Season 3 Plot: What can it be About?

Rebelde Season 3: Everything We Know
Rebelde © Netflix

Estebán triumphs in the song competition to cap up Season 2. Following his victory, he concludes that Bauman is a killer. He chooses not to perform at the Trend-Z Awards and tries to stop Bauman from harming Okane, but inadvertently ends up killing the producer. Following his near-death experience, Luka makes a full recovery and joins Okane. By using his clout to have Estebán released from police custody, Marcelo causes Okane to be detained. Sebastián and his classmates receive their diplomas. Due to Bauman’s passing, Dixon is spared from having to leave EWS and ends up with MJ. Additionally, Estebán and Jana reunite.

The third season might cover what happens after Okane is detained for killing Bauman. Marcelo might come up with the explanation that Okane accidently killed Bauman while defending himself in order to spare the life of his son Esteban. Due to Bauman’s passing, Celina might revive The Battle of the Bands and Without Name might come back together. Jana and Esteban might reconcile once more. If Okane is allowed to leave police detention, he and Luka might proceed with their planned cross-country trip. Emlia and Andi might reconcile, and she might discover a means to remain in Mexico.