Heartstopper has ironically caught our hearts in the teaser, and the Netflix LGBTQ+ teen love drama has already cemented its place in the hearts of fans all around the world.
Nick and Charlie’s narrative has become legendary, with critics hailing it as a triumph in coming to terms with one’s sexuality before the show’s broadcast.
What lies ahead for Nick, Charlie, and their gang of mates as they try to sort out their future and find themselves on the road?
Here’s all you need to know about Season 2…
Heartstopper Season 2 Release Date
Unfortunately, no official information about Heartstopper‘s future has been released.
Let’s face it: the magnitude of fan expectation for the show before it ever premiered was enough to nearly guarantee a second season.
Netflix normally gives shows a 28-day window to build traffic and a return on their investment before making a decision. Simply put, if people watch, they will continue to make it.
So start inviting your friends to binge-watch the program right now, and we’ll keep you updated on what the future holds for the show!
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Heartstopper Season 2 Plot
When Heartstopper returns (and we say when because we feel this story isn’t ended), it will most likely pick up right where it left off.
Nick has finally revealed his sexual orientation to his mother and is ready to refer to Charlie as his partner.
Ben is unlikely to be delighted with this development, as he has acquired a sense of ownership over Charlie despite his refusal to come out. Now that Charlie has moved on, it appears to be more intense than ever.
Furthermore, due to the wealthy and entitled Harry, latent homophobia is blazing through the halls of the school.
As they try to find out if they want to be friends or more, Tao and Elle will have to deal with their growing feelings for one another.
In other words, the drama has only just begun.
Heartstopper Season 2 Cast
It will not be the same show if season two is not ordered, as Kit Connor will not return to reprise his part as Nick and Joe Locke will not return to reprise his role as Charlie.
The two’s best friends Elle (played by Yasmin Finney) and Tao will be there to support them as they begin their public relations with the help of their parents (William Gao).
Olivia Colman is anticipated to reprise her role as Nick’s caring mother, who found out in the penultimate episode that her son was bisexual and in love with Charlie, in the second season of Nick.
During the course of the series, Fisayo Akinade will reprise his role as Mr. Ajayi, the recess teacher who allowed Charlie and Nick to spend time in his classroom away from prying eyes while Nick tried to come to terms with his nature.
Ben Hope, played by Sebastian Croft, will still be there to make trouble, as Charlie’s secret ex who is both closeted and bullied will be around to cause trouble.
Rhea Norwood will most likely portray Imogen, Nick’s ex-girlfriend who had a crush on him but was unaware that he was in love with Charlie.