“Heartstopper” fans have plenty to celebrate today. Charlie and Nick of the Netflix’s queer teen hit series, is set to return for a second and third season. Netflix confirmed the news on Friday that that the series has beeen renewed for two more seasons.
Produced by See-Saw Films, the live-action adaptation of Alice Oseman’s Heartstopper graphic novel began airing only recently on April 22, 2022.
The writer and creator of both the show and the webcomic/graphic novel, Alice Oseman, revealed the renewal via the Netflix blog, drawing the stories’ lead characters along with a message that said
“Two more seasons,” the writer and creator of both the show and the webcomic/graphic novel, Alice Oseman reveals on the Netflix blog. “We were overjoyed with the global reaction to Heartstopper and can’t wait to continue the story with two more seasons,” Oseman added.
“Heartstopper” features the developing friendship between an openly gay teen Charlie Spring (Joe Locke) and popular school rugby player Nick Nelson (Kit Connor) which the former has affection for while attending an all-boys grammar school.
The series is an instant global hit for Netflix, reaching the top 10 in more than 50 countries, and currently holds 100% rating on review aggregator Rotten Tomatoes.
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