Celina Ferrer and Pilar Gandía return in the remake of Rebelde

Among the cast of the new version of Rebelde for Netflix, we find Celina Ferrer and Pilar Gandía, and the previews of the series revealed the role that the two former students of the Elite Way School will develop.

Estefanía Villareal, who played Celina Ferrer, and Karla Cossío as Pilar Gandía in the Rebelde telenovela, reappear in the Netflix remake.

These two characters were key to the Rebelde trade, but now they come up with another plan, and now, one of them is the director of the institute.

On AmericanPost.News, we have previously told you all the details about when and what time to see the premiere of the Rebelde remake.

Netflix Rebelde

New version of Rebelde for Netflix

Rebelde was undoubtedly one of the most successful telenovelas in Mexico and the rest of the world. Now, the Netflix platform will be in charge of broadcasting a new version, a diverse set of characters and performances.

The actors who star in this new version are young people who seek to succeed in the world of acting, some of them the children of celebrities such as Omar Chaparro and actress Bárbara Mori.

The new version of Rebelde premiered this January 5 at 2:00 am on Netflix, and we could see that Celina Ferrer and Pilar Gandía are part of the cast.

Let’s remind ourselves that in the first version, Celina Ferrer was Mía Colucci’s best friend and she always fought with her weight.

While Pilar Gandía was the daughter of the director of the Elite Way School, Pascual Gandía, being the informer among the students.

Celina Ferrer and Pilar Gandía in the new version

Part of the cast of Rebelde returns to the new version

The new version of Rebelde is now available on Netflix and has the participation of Celina Ferrer and Pilar Gandía.

Celina Ferrer will be the new director of the Elite Way School, although her her past at the Institute was pretty stormy.

On the other hand, it is believed that the role that Pilar Gandia will play is related to the destruction of logic, which, by the first looks of the new version of Rebelde, we know that it will continue.