Elite: Netflix tease season four in dramatic trailer
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There is danger lurking around every corner as Las Encinas, the most elite private school in Spain and season four is no different. The Netflix drama came back for another series where it resulted in attempted murder. So who did push new girl Ari (played by Carla Diaz) in the pool?
WARNING: This article contains spoilers from Elite.
Who pushed Ari in the pool in Elite?
In the season four premiere, it is revealed Ari had a near-death experience.
The main suspects were Guzmán (Miguel Bernardeau) and Samuel (Itzan Escamilla) in the beginning.
Viewers find out as the series goes on that their friendship became strained as they both developed feelings for Ari so would one of them really commit attempted murder to try and get her out of the way?
The finale revealed the truth about what did actually happen that night.
In the final episode, Elite shows what went down on the evening of Ari’s attack.
She sees Armando (Andrés Velencoso) bothering her sister Mencía (Martina Cariddi) at Lake Club.
Ari then understands that Rebe (Claudia Salas) had been telling the truth about Mencia becoming a prostitute and working for Armando.
So when she sees them together, Ari cannot help but go over there and confront him.
Furious at how Ari dared to speak to him in such a manner, he overpowered the teenager.
He began to throttle her, strangling Ari until she could hardly breathe.
Thankfully, Guzman arrived to chase him off and when Ari asks for him to go after Armando, he does so in a heartbeat.
Unfortunately for Ari, this meant she was alone when she drunkenly fell into the pool.
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So while Armando did attack Ari, he wasn’t the one who pushed her into the pool.
She simply fell in but since she was drunk and probably disorientated after he strangled her, Armando did in turn partly cause the incident.
This then in turn led to Armando’s death as he gets into a fight with Guzman who then shoots him with a flare gun.
He tells Samuel and Rebe what happened who swear to keep it a secret and helped him dispose of the body.
The story is far from over though as Elite will be back for a season five.
No release date has been announced by Netflix as of yet but as the fourth series has only just come out, it could be a while.
However, seasons four and five were filmed back-to-back so Elite may return slightly earlier than expected.
Elite is available to watch on Netflix.
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