Is there a way, a pattern, or strategy on how the closeted guys in the LGBTQ community come out? In the contemporary world, being in the LGBTQ community is not something to shy away from. People are learning to embrace diversity, and shows are also doing a great job by teaching that it is normal and okay.
From Kids’ shows, crime dramas, and teen shows, Netflix is embracing diversity and adding to the list of its many LGBTQ-themed shows is the series Heartstopper. The series is based on Alice Osman’s creation of the same name, and it is a story about two boys who realize that despite being friends, there is a stronger feeling, something heart-stopping. It focuses on navigating love, mental illness, friendship, and being different; another beautiful and thoughtful story on Netflix’.
Heartstopper Season 2 Release Date: Is it Renewed For Season 2 & 3?
Heartstopper Season 1 is premiered on April 22, 2022. Filming started in April; 2021 to June 2021. The show will have eight episodes, each with a run time of 30 minutes, and just like any other high school teen show, humor, lots of drama, romance, and rebellion are to be expected.
Based on Alice Oseman’s web-comic, the gay-themed freshman series has been renewed for the next two seasons by Netflix.
But so far, Netflix is yet to announce the official release date for the show. It is only right to assume that production is underway or ready to start.
Seasons 2 and 3 of Heartstopper will premiere on Netflix in May 2022. As a writer and creator, Alice Oseman returns. No release date was announced, but we can expect episodes in 2023.
Heartstopper Season 2 Cast: Who’s in it?
Over ten thousand people auditioned to be in the show’s casting, and it will only be fair enough if the chosen cast can play the roles they were assigned exceptionally.
Heartstopper season 2 should see the return of the original cast if not all. All of the main actors are expected to return.
Kit Connor from The Rocket Man series will be playing Nick, Nelson Locke plays Charlie Spring, and from what the writer Alice Osman had to say about the two, one thing is evident; both are perfect, suited for each other. Yasmin Finney (the trans actor) from What if will play Elle Argent, William Gao as Tao, Corianna Brown as Tara, Hyde-Corrin is Harry, Tobie Donovan, Rhea Norwood as Imogen, and Sebastian Croft from the Game of Thrones will play stars as Ben.
Heartstopper Season 2 Plot: What will it be about?
We have a very solid idea of what season 2 of Heartstopper will be like. Based on the graphic novel series and following it rather closely, we can look forward to seeing where Nick and Charlie’s love goes next in the following volumes of the series.
The coming-of-age British LGBTQ series tells the story of two boys, Nick and Charlie, two teenagers who go to an all-boys school. The two are quite the opposite as Charlie is a high-spirited guy who is openly gay, and Nick is a soft, cheerful, and talented rugby player. When the two are made to sit together in class, a friendship soon blossoms into something more. At first, Charlie thinks that he has no chance whatsoever with Nick, but he is in for a surprise when he realizes that the feelings are mutual and Nick is just so head over heels for Charlie as he is for Nick.
We can certainly expect a romance to grow between Tao and Elle, as well as more research into Charlie’s earlier battles with anorexia and body dysmorphia after they shared a moment in the season 1 finale.
Although the first two volumes of novels were featured in season 1, the third volume, which a possible season 2 would most likely pick up where season 1 left off, includes narrative aspects such as a school trip to Paris and the debut of Nick’s brother, who tries to understand Nick’s sexuality.
Heartstopper Season 2 Trailer: When will it be out?
As we all know, Season 2 & 3 renewal was announced recently, so we don’t expect a trailer yet.
Other than two canvas shoes and the show’s creator name, the trailer, which was released earlier, does reveal what to expect in the upcoming series. Here you can watch Heartstopper Season 1 trailer:
As we wait for the series’ debut, Alice Osman has written three-volume books, and you can check out the fourth one, which is expected to be out by May. Netflix also has several LGBTQ series from Sex Education to Dear White People that you should add to your watchlist.