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Rebelde Way is a Martín Fierro Award—nominated Argentine telenovela created and produced by Cris Morena. It was originally broadcast from 27 May 2002 to 10 November 2003.[1] The soap opera was broadcast in many countries, including Peru, Germany, Israel, Spain, Uruguay,Greece achieving widespread success.[2] Numerous remakes of Rebelde Way have been made, most notably Rebelde by Televisa in Mexico.[3]

Rebelde Way
Genre Soap opera
Created by Cris Morena
Written by Patricia Maldonado
Directed by
Starring
Music by
Opening theme
Country of origin Argentina
Original language(s) Spanish
No. of seasons 2
No. of episodes 318
Production
Producer(s) Cris Morena
Cinematography Various
Release
Original network
Original release 27 May 2002 – 10 November 2003
External links
Website

Rebelde Way is set in the Elite Way School, a prestigious private boarding high school near Buenos Aires. The students are the members of Argentina's wealthiest families, as well as gifted students with scholarships. The series follows the lives of the students, their parents and their professors, and it also features the regular use of English language and phrases by the upper class. Its central characters are Marizza Pía Spirito, Mía Colucci, Pablo Bustamante and Manuel Aguirre, portrayed by, respectively, Camila Bordonaba, Luisana Lopilato, Benjamín Rojas and Felipe Colombo.[4] The four form a band named Erreway, in order to pursue their dreams. The band enjoyed great success in Argentina, Spain, Greece and Israel, selling close 2 million records[5] and achieving several platinum records.[6][7] As well as a series of merchandising, Cris Morena Group also released a spin–off movie, Erreway: 4 Caminos (Erreway: 4 Roads), in 2004.[8]

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Cast and charactersEdit

Plot summaryEdit

The series' main plot line revolves around a group of students forming a band. The actors who play the members of this band are also a real-life band, called Erreway. Erreway performs most of the music used on the show, and has been extremely successful in its own right, becoming one of the highest-grossing acts in Argentina and touring internationally.

ErrewayEdit

Erreway was an Argentine band formed during the television series Rebelde Way, consisting of Camila Bordonaba, Felipe Colombo and Benjamín Rojas. Originally, it consisted of Bordonaba, Colombo, Rojas and Luisana Lopilato, who left the group in 2005. They released three studio albums — Señales, Tiempo and Memoria — Erreway.

Film sequelEdit

Worldwide syndicationEdit

International remakesEdit

The format was sold for various countries across the globe. In 2003, the Spanish public broadcaster TVE bought the rights to adapt the show. It did not go into production because of disagreements between the executives and Cris Morena Group. Also in 2003, Destiny, an independent company in Brazil, bought the rights and produced a pilot but it was not picked up by any network.

One of the first remakes to be made was Remix in India. Produced by Rose Audio Visuals, it was broadcast on the Star One channel. A hit among teenagers, it has returned on the same channel. In 2008, a Portuguese version of the same name was made by the SIC channel. Its first season started in September, but the second season was cancelled due to poor ratings. Corazón Rebelde is the Chilean remake of the show that was broadcast from August 2009 on Canal 13 with the name of S.O.S. and "Corazón Rebelde" as the slogan. Two weeks after the start of the show the name was changed to its previous title. It has had a good reception since it was released.

Original characters   Argentina   Mexico   India   Portugal   Chile   Brazil   Venezuela
Luna Fernandéz/Laura Arregui Georgina Mollo/Mariana Seligmann Maite Perroni Ana Rita Tristão Magdalena Müller Melanie Fronckowiak
Mía Colucci Luisana Lopilato Anahí Shweta Gulati Joana Anes Luciana Echeverría Sophia Abrahão Claudia Morales
Marizza Pía Spirito Camila Bordonaba Dulce María Priya Wal Joana Alvarenga Denise Rosenthal Lua Blanco Luz Edith Rojas
Guido Lassen/Tomas Ezcurra Diego Mesaglio/Jorge Maggio Christian Chávez/Jack Duarte Hélder Agapito/Tomás Alves Felipe Álvarez/José Manuel Palacios Michel Gomez/Chay Suede
Manuel Aguirre Felipe Colombo Alfonso Herrera Karan Wahi Nelson Antunes Ignacio Garmendia Micael Borges Alexander Rudametkin
Pablo Bustamante Benjamín Rojas Christopher Uckermann Raj Singh Arora Tiago Barroso Augusto Schuster Arthur Aguiar Daniel Ramírez Sayalero

RebeldeEdit

Rebelde was the Mexican remake of the show, initially broadcast in Mexico on Televisa. Although the school had the same name, the band around whom the show's storyline revolved was renamed RBD. Rebelde was also internationally successful, and has been shown in Philippines, Mexico, the United States, Brazil, Poland and other Latin American countries. It was one of the most successful and most popular novelas in Televisa history. It lasted three seasons (440 episodes) from 2004 to 2006. The band RBD was also extremely successful, releasing more than five albums, and touring Mexico, the United States, Brazil, Chile, Europe and Asia. The band announced its split in 2009.[9]

Γ4Edit

Γ4 is the Greek remake of the series. Its broadcast began in September 2008, by Alpha TV, and ended on June 17, 2009. It refers to the problems and the concerns of modern-day youth, though it is not exactly the same as Rebelde Way. The protagonists of Γ4 also formed a music group, called "Τα παιδιά του Γ4" ("Ta peadia tou G4", "The children of the class of C4"), which released only one single, "Wasn't me or wasn't you". The group is no longer active.

Awards and nominationsEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "¿Qué fue del reparto juvenil de 'Rebelde Way'?". FormulaTV (in Spanish). Retrieved 2018-07-11. 
  2. ^ Gaceta, La. "Los 'Rebelde Way' causan furor e idolatría en Israel". www.lagaceta.com.ar. Retrieved 2018-07-11. 
  3. ^ Rebelde, Anahí, Dulce María, Alfonso Herrera, retrieved 2018-07-11 
  4. ^ "Así lucen los protagonistas de 'Rebelde Way' después de 13 años de estreno". América Noticias (in Spanish). Retrieved 2018-07-11. 
  5. ^ Erreway: "Jamás nos consideramos sex symbol", Gente, 29 June 2004
  6. ^ "Erreway: Álbum debut", Gente
  7. ^ "Erreway: Nuevo disco", Gente
  8. ^ Erreway: 4 caminos, retrieved 2018-07-11 
  9. ^ "Mexican pop group RBD announces impending breakup", USA Today, August 15, 2008