Mía and Miguel vacation together in Monterrey. A new student, Sol, makes her debut. Miguel wins a cruise trip; him and Mía decide whether or not to go on it. Lupita and Nico have a emotional parting ...
After performing for them with her band, a young, humble girl accidentally gets inside the life of a rich family of six siblings, and is welcomed by them, as she falls for their elder, authoritarian brother.
Fabio Di Tomaso,
Diana and Christian are two great kids who meet and become good friends.... without knowing that their families are enemies! Soon they will discover that Salvador (father of Christian) and ... See full summary »
It's a look at the life of teenagers who go to the Elite Way School. The lead actors are Dulce Maria, Anahi, Maite Perroni, Christian Chavez, Christopher Uckerman and Alfonso Herrera. They are a part of a band called RBD and Rebelde follows them through their teenage life. They also fall in love, laugh and live together in Elite Way School.
I love this show, really. I remember I decided to watch the 1st episode just because "Crazones al Limite" ended but after that 1st episode I was hooked. I mean its mainly about 4 people; Diego Bustamante, son of a political leader Leon Bustamante, Roberta Pardo, daughter of Famous Singer Alma Rey, Mia Colucci, daughter of famous fashion designer Franco Colucci and Miguel Arango, his father was killed and he thinks that Franco had something to do with it so he entered the school to get revenge. Little did Miguel know that he was gonna fall in love with, Franco's daughter, Mia, and go through problems dealing with her, meanwhile Roberta and Diego fall in love and have their own problems. 6 kids from the school have a band called RBD (Diego, Mia, Roberta, Miguel, Lupita and Giovanni) who perform in their friend Nico Huber's club. without Mia, Miguel, Roberta, Diego, Vico, Celina, Teo, Nico, Lupita, Lujan, Giovanni, Tomas, Pilar, Raquel, Madariaga, Sol, Santos and whoever else I am missing this show wouldn't be...REBELDE
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