‘Heartstopper’, the great success of Netflix, renewed for a season 2 and 3

The series starring Kit Connor and Joe Locke got a 100% on Rotten Tomatoes with its first installment.

The wait could have been long for his fans, but it’s official. heart stopper It has been renewed for a second and third season. Netflix has decided to trust the series starring Joe Locke and Kit Connor with a multi-renewal, something almost unheard of for the streaming platform.

The news has been shared by Netlix on its social networks, in addition to its own creator, Alice Oseman, with a drawing of the young protagonists accompanied by the text “two more seasons”. You can see it below:

heart stopper has been a complete success for Netflix, ranking in theor more watched in 54 different countries. In addition, its debut in April caused the sales of the graphic novels on which it is based to skyrocket, specifically increasing 1700% in the United States alone. The first novel is now the #1 young adult book in America and is on the New York Times bestseller list.

The first season revolves around Charlie Spring and the popular Nick Nelson, two classmates whose unlikely friendship soon turns into an unexpected romance. Throughout the episodes, Charlie, Nick and their circle of friends begin a journey of self-discovery and acceptance, always supporting each other as they learn to find their most authentic selves.

What will season 2 of ‘Hearstopper’ be about?

There aren’t many details about the plot of the new season yet, but fans who have already read the graphic novels know where it’s going. However, Kit Connor has advanced in a recent interview with NME on what season 2 will hold:

For Nick, I think there’s a lot more exploration to be done in terms of his family. Fans of the novels know that he has a homophobic older brother. I think it would be a very interesting plot to deal with, but I think there is a lot of material to explore.

Alice Osseman returns as a writer for season 2 and 3 of heart stopperalongside young actors Corinna Brown, Kizzy Edgell, William Gao, Yasmin Finney, Tobie Donovan and Rhea Norwood, among others.