This month marks the beginning of the new school year at EWS (previously Elite Way School). The second season of the rebooted version of Rebelde which can be seen on Netflix now has a release date.
The date of the show’s comeback on Netflix has been set for July 27, 2022. On January 5, Netflix debuted its new version of the series Rebelde. The next generation of EWS students, which includes performers Azul Guaita, Franco Masini, Sergio Mayer Mori, Andrea Chaparro, Lizeth Selene, and Jerónimo Cantillo, were introduced to the audience during the course of the show’s eight-episode run.
The Completement of the main cast comes courtesy of Giovanni Grigio and Alejandro Puente. There were also returning cast members from the first season, such as Estefana Villarreal in the role of Celina and Karla Cosso in the role of Pilar. Alfonso Herrera, a former member of RBD, has also expressed his approval of the new beginning.
Is There Going to Be a Second Season of Rebelde?
The Rebelde anime series has indeed officially revived on January 9th, 2022. Netflix has revealed that the show Rebelde will go on for a second season. The first episode of the second season is scheduled to air on July 27, 2022.
On the Twitter profile for Con Todo Netflix, the official announcement was made, and it was quoted as saying, “Rebelde Season 2 is almost here – it releases on Netflix on July 27!”
Watch the Trailer for the Upcoming Second Season of Rebelde
The teaser trailer for the upcoming second season of Rebelde has finally been released, and it’s packed with plenty of tantalizing moments for fans. When the students return to EWS, there will be a lot of unexpected things waiting for them there.
The first thing that occurs in the preview is the introduction of a new music director who will be responsible for bringing the program into the present day.
His strategy for the upcoming semester includes putting the pupils through individual competitions. One lucky student will have the opportunity to record an extended play (EP), which will serve as the beginning of their professional music career.
The Storyline for Rebelde Season 2
The Elite Way School appears to have resumed its regular schedule of classes, as reported by Netflix Tulum. However, the restrictions that were in place during the previous semester do not necessarily apply in Rebelde.
As in the first season, Jana (Azul Guaita), Estebán (Sergio Mayer Mori), Andi (Selene), Dixón (Jerónimo Castillo), Luka (Franco Masini), and MJ (Andrea Chaparro) literally formed a band together to become Rebelde and competed in the most important battle of the bands in the series finale.
However, the newly appointed head of the Musical Excellence Program (MEP), Mr. Bauman (Flavio Medina), is more interested in solo performers than in musical groups. In the latest promotional video for Rebelde Season 2, he explains to the students that “My objective is to bring the MEP to the present.”
In addition, it is anticipated that the storyline from the last episode of the first season, which was titled “The Grand Finale,” will carry over into the next season.
The viewers were able to observe in the episode that in order for The Noname to make it to the final of The Battle of the Bands, they worked tirelessly around the clock to gather evidence that would reveal the identities of the members of The Lodge.
What is the Story Behind the Making of Rebelde?
Rebelde has a lengthy history on television, despite the fact that the Netflix series didn’t start airing until earlier this year. This Mexican adolescent drama television series is a sequel to the Mexican telenovela of the same name that aired in 2004 and is directed by Santiago Limón.
The series is broadcast in Spanish and is set in Mexico. Pedro Damián was the one responsible for producing that version for Televisa, and Canal de las Estrellas was the one who aired it.
This television show was so popular that it aired 440 episodes during its entire run. RBD is a Mexican Latin pop group that was formed as a result of the popularity of the series Rebelde.
The group is comprised of participants of the show including Anah, Alfonso Herrera, Dulce Mara, Christopher von Uckermann, Maite Perroni, and Christian Chávez. Since its formation in 2004, this band has gone on to become one of the most commercially successful acts in the history of Latin music, selling over 100 million records worldwide.
The Second Season of Rebelde Explores the Question of Whether Love and Friendship Inevitably Lead to Betrayal
The second season of Rebelde does away with most of the clichés that were established in the previous season and introduce some fascinating new twists in both the story and the characters, the majority of which none of us expected coming.
Our fan-favorite students from previous years at Elite Way School’s Music Excellence Program (MEP) are joined by a few fresh faces as they continue on in the program for yet another academic year (EWS).
The Wild Turn That the Characters Will Take in Season 2 of Rebelde
In the second season of Rebelde, there is no hesitation shown in turning a nice man into a terrible guy or a villain into a messiah. Well, almost.
The way Esteban acts like a jerk throughout this season is definitely something that will make you despise the character to your very core and cause you to wonder why any of us ever supported him in the first place.
We understand the sudden split with Jana, the new knowledge about being a Colucci, and the first big shot he receives in his profession; nevertheless, we don’t see why he would let all of the glitters cause him to miss out on the genuine connections in his life.
Now, he is a character whose development during the following seasons has piqued our curiosity, and we cannot wait to watch how he grows up.
The Official Synopsis for Rebelde
According to Netflix’s official summary of the show, “As Elite Way School opens a new term, an old foe – a hidden club called the Lodge – threatens to smash the musical ambitions of the first years.”