Elite Short Stories Omar Ander Alexis Review: No More Secrets

Elite Short Stories Omar Ander Alexis is out on Netflix. It is the third short story from the Elite universe before season 4 hits this week on the digital platform. The short stories have three episodes and stars Omar Ayuso, Arón Piper, Jorge Clemente and Claudia Salas.

In Elite Short Stories Omar Ander Alexis, Omar and Ander (actors Omar Ayuso and Arón Piper) go to the hospital to visit Alexis (Jorge Clemente). If you’ve forgotten, Alexis and Ander became friends when the latter was also in the hospital for his chemo. To push away Omar from his life, Ander lies to him that he’s with Alexis as he wanted to keep his cancer a secret.

When the two arrive at the hospital, Alexis is showering praises on Ander. He first asks him if he and Omar aren’t awkward to be around him. Later, he calls Ander a star for being okay despite knowing that Omar slept with Malick. Omar is shocked to know that Ander is aware of this and walks out of the hospital.

Omar tells Ander that he feels disgusted with his actions and hurting him when he was fighting cancer. Ander assures Omar that he has no hard feelings towards him, and it was he who decided to push his boyfriend away. As the two clear their difference, it is clear that Omar and Ander will have a happy relationship coming forward.

Elite Short Stories Omar Ander Alexis Review: Trailer Still
Elite Short Stories Omar Ander Alexis: Trailer Still

In the second episode of Elite Short Stories Omar Ander Alexis, Omar and Ander are at Rebe’s (Claudia Salas) house. It’s the same day when she keeps a housewarming party and a few hours before Guzmán and Caye arrive (as seen in Elite Short Stories Guzmán Caye Rebe). Ander tries to set up Rebe with Alexis. However, Alexis jumps into the pool and tries to kill himself. Ander jumps in to save him. That’s when Alexis tells him that he doesn’t want to live and wants to stop his chemo.

Also Read: Elite Short Stories Guzmán Caye Rebe Review: Drugs and Party

Elite Short Stories Omar Ander Alexis cleared one doubt about the swimming pool boy Rebe mentions to Guzmán in the first short story. So far, it has nothing to do with any death we might see in Elite Season 4. Anyway, in the third episode, Ander and Alexis are at the hospital. Alexis tries to convince his friend about his decision to stop chemo as he wants Ander to file the papers to stop chemotherapy.

Elite Short Stories Omar Ander Alexis
Elite Short Stories Omar Ander Alexis Review

Will Ander sign those papers and let his friend die? Elite Short Stories Omar Ander Alexis Review won’t give away the answer. Watch the short story to find what happens in the end. This is the only short story where I wanted to see more. Seeing Omar and Ander having a heartfelt conversation was the best part of the series.

Elite Short Stories Omar Ander Alexis: Is it worth watching?

Today’s short story gives us a clear picture of Omar and Ander’s relationship. There’s nothing left to hide between them. So it’s a celebration time for their fans to see their favourite couple sorting out the differences and making a new start. But in Elite Season 4 trailer, we saw the two indulging in sexual activity with another guy. So how did the couple decide to be a throuple? It’s something to look forward to.

Elite Short Stories Omar Ander Alexis is currently streaming on Netflix.

Also Read: Elite Short Stories Nadia Guzmán Review: Trouble in Paradise?

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Elite Short Stories Omar Ander Alexis Review: After all the cheating and lying drama, there's a heartwarming conclusion to the trio's story.
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