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For other uses, see Rebelde (disambiguation).
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Genre Novela
Created by Cris Morena (Rebelde Way)
Directed by Luis Pardo
Juan Carlos Muñoz
Felipe Nájera
Starring Anahí Puente
Alfonso Herrera
Dulce María
Christopher Uckermann
Christian Chávez
Maite Perroni
Juan Ferrara
Ninel Conde
Opening theme "Rebelde" (RBD)
Country of origin Mexico
Original language(s) Español
No. of seasons 3
No. of episodes 440
Producer(s) Pedro Damián
Cinematography Pedro Damián
Original network Televisa
Canal de las Estrellas
Telefe Internacional
Original release October 4, 2004 – June 2, 2006
Preceded by Corazones al límite
Followed by Código Postal

Rebelde ("Rebel") is a Mexican telenovela (soap opera) produced by Televisa and created by Cris Morena. It is a remake of a famous Argentine series Rebelde Way adapted for the Mexican audience therefore leading to differences in characters' backgrounds. The series ran for three seasons, the final episode airing in Mexico on June 2, 2006. Rebelde was replaced in June 2006 with Televisa's new series Código Postal.

The series is set at the Elite Way School, a prestigious private boarding high school in Mexico City with a major plot line revolving around a group of students forming a pop band. Additional subplots involve the school's faculty and the students' parents. One trademark of the show is the random use of English words and phrases, often used by fresa characters.

A notable aspect of the series is that the actors playing the bandmembers are themselves in an actual band named RBD, and perform most of the music used on the show. They have been extremely successful in their own right, becoming one of the most popular acts in Latin America and touring internationally.

Rebelde began airing March 21, 2005 and ended on December 15, 2006 on Univision weekdays at 3pm/2c. The show was also transmitted in 65[citation needed] other countries, including Serbia, Peru, Romania on Acasa TV, Brazil, Spain on Antena 3, Slovenia, Bulgaria and from September 2009 in Slovakia on TV Doma, in Croatia on Nova TV and in Albania on Vizion Plus.

As of January 6, 2014 Unimas was broadcasting Rebelde weekday mornings at 8am/7c replacing Mujer, Casos de la Vida Real. From February 3, 2014 – April 25, 2014 Unimas broadcast 2 hour runs of Rebelde. As of April 28, 2014, Unimas was broadcasting one hour of Rebelde and broadcast the final episode on June 30, 2015, with Laura replacing it. As of July 6, Hermanos y Detectives replaced one hour of Laura, taking the former time slot of Rebelde and it broadcast weekday mornings at 8am/7c until its conclusion on Friday, July 24, 2015. The show is also transmitted on Telefe International channels. In addition, on July 15, 2015 Netflix added Rebelde- Season 1 (2004).


Main cast[edit]

Main cast of Rebelde
Actor Character Season
1 2 3
Enrique Rocha
León Bustamante Main
Juan Ferrara
Franco Colucci Main
Ninel Conde
Alma Rey Main
Patricio Borghetti
Enrique Madarriaga Main
Leticia Perdigón
Mayra Fernández Main
Mía Colucci Main
Dulce María
Roberta Pardo Rey Main
Alfonso Herrera
Miguel Arango Cervera Main
Christopher von Uckermann
Diego Bustamante Main
Estefania Villarreal
Celina Ferrer Main
Karla Cossío
Pilar Gandía Main
Zoraida Gómez
Jóse Luján Landeros Main
Jack Duarte
Tomás Goycolea Main
Maite Perroni
Guadalupe "Lupita" Fernández Main
Eddy Vilard
Teódoro "Téo" Ruiz Palacios Main
Angelique Boyer
Victoria "Vico" Paz Main
Rodrigo Nehme
Nicolás "Nico" Huber Main
Christian Chávez
Giovanni Méndez López Main
Michel Gurfi
Joaquín Mascaró Main
Grettell Valdez
Renata Lizaldi Main
Miguel Rodarte
Carlo Colucci Main
Tony Dalton
Gastón Diestro Main
Héctor Gómez
Hilario Ortiz Tirado Main
Rafael Inclán
Guillermo Arregui Main
Nailea Norvind
Marina Carceres Colucci Main
Eleazar Gómez
Leonardo Francisco Blanco Main
Diego Boneta
Rocco Bezauri Main
Derrick James
Santos Echagüe Robles Main
Ernesto Díaz
Mauricio Main
María Fernanda Malo
Sol De La Riva Main
Allisson Lozano
Bianca Delight Main
Viviana Ramos
Dolores "Lola" Arregui Main
Antonio Sáinz
Isaac "Iñaki" Urcola Main
Ronald Duarte
Jack Main
Patsy Pepping
Inés Main

Recurring cast[edit]

Actor Character Season
1 2 3
Eugenio Siller
Luciano Recurring
Lisardo Guarinos
Martín Reverte Recurring

Guest cast[edit]

Actor Character Season
1 2 3
José Ron
Enzo Guest
Hilary Duff
Herself Guest

Awards and nominations[edit]

Year Award Category Nominated Result
Premios TVyNovelas[1][2]
Best Telenovela Pedro Damián Nominated
Best Lead Actress Ninel Conde Nominated
Best Lead Actor Juan Ferrara Nominated
Best Male Antagonist Enrique Rocha Nominated
Best Co-star Actress Leticia Perdigón Nominated
Best Co-star Actor Rafael Inclán Nominated
Best Young Lead Actress Anahí Nominated
Dulce María Won
Best Young Lead Actor Alfonso Herrera Nominated
Christopher Uckermann Nominated
Best Musical Theme "Rebelde" by RBD Won
Best Direction Luis Pardo, Juan Carlos Muñoz and Felipe Nájera Nominated

Elite Way School Uniforms[edit]


Both girls and boys wear red sport jackets with matching ties, and long-sleeved white dress-shirts. Boys wear blue jeans and black dress-shoes with their jackets and shirts, while girls wear blue denim miniskirts and black knee-boots. Moreover, girls often untuck and tie up their white dress-shirts, exposing their midriff. (As demonstrated by Mia in the series pilot, girls also wear regulation underwear: full-cut black briefs with matching sport-bras.)

Alternate Casual[edit]

In later seasons, some girls wear a different ensemble with their white dress-shirts: ochre plaid miniskirts and brown sport jackets, with black Mary Janes and white knee-socks.


Both girls and boys wear black sport jackets with matching ties, and long-sleeved blue dress-shirts. Boys wear black dress-slacks with matching dress-shoes, while girls wear dressy black miniskirts with matching knee-boots. Girls rarely tie up their formal dress-shirts.

Promotional Content[edit]

The show is notable for its extensive use of product placement. During the three seasons of the show, more than 220 companies had a spot during the show.[citation needed] The show also featured guest appearances and performances from many popular musicians, including Hilary Duff, Luny Tunes, Gorillaz, and Lenny Kravitz. There were two excursions to luxury vacation resorts in Cozumel and the Banff Springs Hotel in Canada.


Rebelde: Primera Temporada (First Season)
Release date
  • August 2005 (Mexico)
  • December 2005 (Brazil)
  • November 21, 2006 (USA)
  • January 9, 2007 (USA)
Rebelde: Segunda Temporada (Second Season)
  • October 29, 2006 (Mexico)
  • April 10, 2007 (USA)
Rebelde: Tercera Temporada (Third Season)
Release date
  • July 10, 2008 (USA)
  • June 30, 2007 (MEXICO)
Rebelde: La Serie Completa (Whole Series)
Release date
  • November 13, 2007

International release[edit]

Country TV Channels Local Title
 Serbia Happy TV Buntovnici
 Romania Acasa TV Rebelde
 Albania Vizion Plus Rebele
 Colombia RCN/ Boomerang Rebelde
 Brazil SBT
TLN Network
 Mexico Canal de las Estrellas/ Boomerang/ Tiin Rebelde
 Chile Mega Tv/ Boomerang Rebelde
 Peru América Tv/ Boomerang Rebelde
 Ecuador Ecuavisa/Gama tv/ Boomerang Rebelde
 Argentina Canal 9 / Boomerang Rebelde
 Poland TV4 Zbuntowani
 Ecuador Ecuavisa/Gama tv/ Boomerang Rebelde
 United States Univision March 21, 2005- December 15, 2006

UniMas January 6, 2014 – June 30, 2015 ||

 Puerto Rico Univision Rebelde
 Israel Viva Tv Rebelde
 Spain Antena 3 / Neox / Nova / La Siete / Net TV / Punto TV / Sexta / Hogar 10 Rebelde
 Croatia Tv Doma Rebelde
 Macau Pink Tv бунтовник
 Angola Angola Tv Rebelde
 Slovakia Tv Doma Rebeli
 Slovenia Kanal A Rebelde


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