The Boarding School: Las Cumbres is a very loved Spanish series that launched Ana de Armas’s career. Ana de Armas, Boarding school: Las Cumbres or Boarding school: Summits, tells the tale of a strict boarding school for troubled children that is situated at the top of a cliff and surrounded by a forest of mystery and mountains.
A typical day might include scolding their cold manager (Natalia Dicenta) or taking them to freezers for playing or shaving their head to prevent being snatched by a cell phone. While some teachers appear to treat their students in this manner, however, other teachers – including the priest Elias (Alberto Amarilla) is fighting the abuse he’s witnessing. The question of whether the new music teacher can be considered a friend or adversary remains to be determined and the fear she appears to be instilling from her student Ines (Claudia Riera) doesn’t look very hopeful.
Inspired by the iconic “El Internado” franchise, young adult mystery-crime thriller series The Boarding School: Las Cumbres: Season 3 (El Internado: Las Cumbres) returns with its final season, which features new cast members Lydia Pavón (The Age of Wrath), Nagore Aramburu (Patria), Mia Lardner (I’m Going to Have a Good Time), and Zigor Bilbao (Victim Number 8), amongst others.
Opening three months after the terrible events in the Season 2 finale, Season 3 sees Amaia (Asia Ortega, Sky High: The Series) convinced that the mysteries of the boarding school are not solved. Determined to get to the bottom of things once and for all, she enlists the help of Zoe, a new student from a foster home where they no longer know what to do with her.
From the off, Zoe connects with the group, who soon find themselves embroiled in disappearances and horrific crimes within the walls of the monastery — caught in a life-or-death struggle that will become a real acid test for their friendship. Meanwhile, Alicia/Inés (Claudia Riera, Vis a Vis: The Oasis) and León (Joel Bosqued, The Innocence) are in a race against time to escape death and their memory loss.