Elite Season 8 Release Date: Elite Season 8 is being made right now. At a recent press conference, Carlos Montero, one of the creators of the Spanish teen drama, revealed that the episodes are currently being filmed. The TV show on Netflix started on October 5, 2018, and has already had 56 episodes spread out over seven seasons. It is backed by Zeta Studios.
From what Montero said, we can guess that Elite Season 8 will most likely come out next year. A rough guess for when it might come out is in the fall of 2024, between September and November. This is because season 7 came out on October 20, 2023, and the next season will come out a year later, as is tradition for the show on Netflix.
Elite Season 8 Release Date
At this writing, there is no date set for when Elite Season 8 will come out. It might come out in the first or second part of 2024, though. The first half of 2024 and the second half of 2024 are both possible release dates for Elite Season 8. This is because, like the previous seven seasons, this one will come out either in the first half of the year it was released, like Seasons 3, 4, and 5, or in the second half of the year it was released, like Seasons 1, 2, 6, and 7.
Elite Season 8 is expected to come out in 2024 because the first seven seasons came out every year and work is already underway on the eighth season. Based on what we know at the time this was written, these numbers are just guesses.
Where to Watch Elite Season 8?
Netflix should have Elite Season 8 either in the first half of 2024 or the second part of 2024. This is what the official summary for Elite says: When three kids from the working class go to Spain’s most exclusive school, there is a terrible fight between the rich and poor students.
What to Expect from Elite Season 8?
The stars and creators of Elite haven’t said much about what will happen in season 8, but Carlos Montero, the creator of the show, has said that it will end with a bang. During the press conference for season 7 of Elite, Carlos hinted, “We ended on a high note.”
Since Carmen kills Raúl at the end of season 7 and says it was a suicide, we think the last season will be about whether she gets caught or not. Another story that keeps going is that of whether or not Joel and Iván will end up together or have always been meant to be apart. Also, we’re sure Nadia will be very important in whatever works out.
Fans get a new story every season, so we think that season 8 will stay true to the show and have a lot of murder, mayhem, and crazy s*x scenes. Save this page, and we’ll let you know when more information comes out.
Elite Season 8 Cast
It has been revealed that the eighth season will include brand-new cast members, such as Ane Rot as Emilia and Nuno Gallego as Héctor. Mina El Hammani will return as Nadia Shanaa, a character that fans love. We last saw her in season four, when she and Guzmán broke up during a video call.
Other cast members who are expected to be back are:
- Omar Ayuso as Omar
- Valentina Zenere as Isadora
- Maribel Verdú as Carmen
- André Lamoglia as Iván
- Carmen Arrufat as Sara
- Ander Puig as Nico
- Nadia Al Saidi as Sonia
- Fernando Líndez as Joel
- Mirela Balic as Chloe
- Gleb Abrosimov as Eric
- Alejandro Albarracín as Luis
- Iván Mendes as Dalmar
Is There Any Trailer for Elite Season 8?
It’s likely going to be a while before we see any new footage from Élite since Netflix just renewed it. But stay tuned for more information about season eight, such as trailers and new details about the story.
Elite Season 8 is currently being filmed by Netflix’s Carlos Montero, with the show set to release in fall 2024. The eighth season will feature new cast members, including Ane Rot as Emilia and Nuno Gallego as Héctor, and Mina El Hammani as Nadia Shanaa. The show will continue the story of Carmen’s suicide and the relationship between Joel and Iván. The cast includes new members like Omar Ayuso, Valentina Zenere, Maribel Verdú, André Lamoglia, Carmen Arrufat, Ander Puig, Nadia Al Saidi, Fernando Líndez, Mirela Balic, Gleb Abrosimov, Alejandro Albarracín, and Iván Mendes.