You don’t need to see the short stories for season 4, but you do need 4 facts from it

Written by John Lee

Starts today Elite Season 4 at Netflix and since a few days the streaming service is also available as a surprise gift for elite fans four new short stories published that affect individual figures.

For anyone who should watch Netflix’s elite short stories in order (i.e. post-release), we’ve rounded them up. If you want to give yourself the mini-episodes, at least you’ll get them from us below 4 most important facts from it to start right into season 4 without delay.

Elite Short Stories – Teaser Trailer (German) HD


Netflix’s elite short stories in sequence

The four different elite short stories run from 9 to 16 minutes and because there are 3 episodes in each of the 4 miniseries, you have to check them out approx. 3 hours. The short stories were published on Netflix between June 14 and 17 in the following chronology (which you don’t have to stick to as they all work separately):

Also starting in season 4 of Elite is no problem. Because the elite short stories are generally little more than nice interludesthat mainly make it possible to say goodbye to previous cast members. 4 useful facts You can still take it into the new Netflix season.

Netflix’s Elite Short Stories for Season 4: Guzmán, Caye, Vine

In the 3 episodes of the first elite short story, Guzmán (Miguel Bernardeau), Cayetana (Georgina Amorós) and Rebeca (Claudia Salas) meet for a touching party to which only they appear. The House party escalates after a mushroom trip, when they find large amounts of drugs in the closet and fake their deaths as criminals invade.

Elite Short Stories: Guzmán Caye Vine

  • Elite Short Story Insight for Season 4: Rebe’s Criminal Mother Is Still In The Drug Trade active, although she had actually been promised a fresh start.

Netflix’s Elite Short Stories for Season 4: Nadia & Guzmán

Nadia (Mina El Hammani) resided in New York, Guzmán in Spain. The long distance relationship asks a lot from both. Although Nadia returns to Spain for her sister’s wedding, she hides it from Guzmán for fear of not wanting to go far after they meet again. However, she eventually visits him before returning to New York.

Elite short stories: Nadia Guzmán

  • Elite Short Story Insight for Season 4: Just because Nadia has left the Netflix series is The relationship with Guzman does not necessarily end eindigt.

Netflix’s Elite Short Stories for Season 4: Omar, Ander, Alexis

With the love of Omar (Omar Ayuso) and Ander (Arón Piper), everything is going well. Omar even comes to Las Encinas School in Season 4 of Elite. Andre beat his cancer, but unfortunately his chemo buddy Alexis (Jorge Clemente) didn’t. After a fatal diagnosis, he takes a premature farewell and Ander leaves behind an heirloom, his: family ring.

Elite Short Stories: Omar Ander Alexis

  • Elite Short Story Insight for Season 4: Alexis is unlikely to return in Season 4. Alexis’ imminent death explains his absencebut we will not see him die.

Netflix’s Elite Short Stories for Season 4: Carla & Samuel

Samuel (Itzan Escamilla) is able to intercept ex-girlfriend Carla (Ester Expósito) at the airport and eventually persuade him to stay. At least for a short time. Because although they love each other and enjoy the extra time together (in bed), Carla eventually sneaks away. Because she realizes that a Divorce for Samuel necessary and is constantly haunted by his mind, although he doesn’t actively want her.

Elite Short Stories: Carla Samuel

  • Elite Short Story Insight for Season 4: Samuel is free again for a new relationship. But he won’t soon forget Carla.

Those were the main facts of the short stories. So rested (and perhaps curious after all) that you can either catch up on individual episodes of your favorite characters or concentrate fully on Netflix’s Season 4.

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Elite has also had one or two murders, but there is also a whole genre of threatened teens: From The 100 to The Society, from The Wilds to Panic: Teenseries are wildly popular on Netflix, Amazon and Co. young people struggle to survive. Every week there seems to be a new series in this genre.

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