The Argentine sci-fi series Aliados (Allies) draws on that plot. Six teenagers are chosen by the Feminine Energy Creator to save "the human project." They have only 105 days.
1. Noah (Peter Lanzani, left), a hedonistic millionaire's son: "Self Satisfaction at Any Cost."
2. Anorexic pop star Azul (Oriana Sabatini): "Brilliance and Pop Destruction"
3. Maia (Mariel Percossi), a violent bully: "The Pleasure of Hurting."
4. Manuel (Agustin Bernasconi): a shy, insecure bullying victim: "The Voice of Suffering"
6. Valentin (Joaquin Ochoa), an orphaned victim of child labor: "Prisoner of His Loneliness"
Seven "Beings of Light" have agreed to help them. They have catch phrases, too:
The others are connected to the teenagers:
1. Noah gets his "soul mate" Venecia (Jenny Marinez) from the Astral Plane: "Love in Action."
2. Azul is inhabited by Luz (Oriana Sabatini), from the Causal World: "The New Message'
3. Maia gets Ambar (Lola Moran), from the planet Sirius: "Peace Disguised in War"
4. Manuel gets Inti (Nicolas Francella), from the planet Upsilon Andromeda B: "Fire that Heals"
6. Valentin gets Gopal (Maximo Espindola), from the Land Beyond the Mirror: "Reflections of Friendship"
Complex stuff, full of New Age jargon, with some Hinduism thrown in, and the plotlines are even more complex, full of alliances, betrayals, hidden agendas, and people who aren't what they seem.
It's a major hit in Latin America. There are both broadcast episodes and online webisodes, plus a music soundtrack, two video games, a theatrical performance, and a Club Aliados that countless thousands of kids and teens have joined.
However, there aren't any specifically gay characters. Producer Cris Morena has been criticized for erasing gay people from the Cosmos.
You can see the episodes through the official website.