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‘Heartstopper’ Season 2 to Begin Filming in September 2022 at Netflix

The series was renewed for two seasons after its debut season became a hit on the streamer making it to the top 10 shows in more than 50 countries

Bradley - Mon, 15 Aug 2022 22:01:11 +0100 23681 Views
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The second season of the Netflix hit series ‘Heartstopper’ is all set to begin filming next month in London, UK. Netflix officially renewed the series for the second and third season in May this year after the overwhelming performance in its first 28 days at the streamer.

The eight-episode second season of Heartstopper will begin filming on September 13 in London and it is currently expected to wrap up production before the holidays in December.

The first season of Heartstopper follows Charlie, who meets rugby-loving Nick in secondary school, and they soon realize that their unlikely friendship is growing into an unexpected romance. Charlie, Nick, and their friends must negotiate the universally familiar journey of self-discovery and acceptance, supporting one another as they learn to be their most true selves.

In the first season finale, Nick tells Charlie that he does not want to break up and on a date at the seaside, Charlie is pleased when Nick informs him about his intention to come out and tell their friends. On the same day, he comes out to his mother, who happily accepts him.

The first season was adapted from the first two volumes of the graphic novel by Alice Oseman. The second season is likely to be based on the third and fourth volumes, in which Nick and Charlie encounter their first real relationship problems, and they experience and try to overcome personal challenges, respectively. There are a total of six volumes in the graphic novel series.

Based on the current filming schedule, we can expect Heartstopper Season 2 to release in Spring 2023, which is a year later at the same time around when the first season arrived.

Season One was released on April 22 on Netflix, and Netflix renewed it for two more seasons exactly 28 days after the release. Netflix gave a bunch of reasons behind the two-season renewal - After the series was released, Heartstopper's weekly book sales increased 1700% in the US. Heartstopper has a 100% Critic rating on Rotten Tomatoes. It reached the Netflix Top Ten list in 54 countries. The Instagram followings of the cast exploded with Kit Connor at 3.4M and Joe Locke at 2.5M, both had just over 100K followers a month before the release of the show. On TikTok, #heartstopper amassed over 4.3B views.

The series stars Kit Connor as Nick Nelson, Joe Locke as Charlie Spring, Sebastian Croft as Ben Hope, Joseph Balderrama as Julio Spring, William Gao as Tao Xu, Cormac Hyde-Corrin as Harry Greene, Yasmin Finney as Elle Argent, and Rhea Norwood as Imogen. The cast also includes Alan Turkington, Jenny Walser, Kizzy Edgell, Chetna Pandya, Fisayo Akinade, Tobie Donovan, Karol Steele, and Jessal Kullar-Bell.

Alice Oseman is the creator of the series and has also written all the episodes based on her best-selling Graphic Novel of 2016. Heartstopper is directed by the acclaimed Euros Lyn and the incredible team at See-Saw Films - the best possible team to bring this world to life.

Read our Heartstopper Season 1 Review.



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