Netflix’s “Heartstopper” is enjoying jaw dropping success!!
The show has won tons of awards this year and was race ou nominated for the first annual children Emmy’s. Heartstopper was given an early two season renewal with Season 2 already done filming.
The show was just named one of the Top 10 most popular shows of 2022!
Top 10 Shows on Google’s Year in Search 2022 Global List
- Euphoria (HBO)
- House of the Dragon (HBO)
- Moon Knight (Disney+)
- The Watcher (Netflix)
- Inventing Anna (Netflix)
- Dahmer (Netflix)
- The Boys (Prime Video)
- All of Us Are Dead (Netflix)
- The Sandman (Netflix)
- Heartstopper (Netflix)
Huge congratulations to the cast and crew! Season 2 is set to debut in 2023!
Starring Joe Locke and Kit Connor, the eight-episode first season follows Charlie Spring (Locke) and Nick Nelson (Connor) who become friends when they share the same class. But that friendship soon turns into something more as they spend time together. And while Charlie is openly gay (and has been bullied for it), Nick is just discovering that he may not be straight.
Heartstopper has also signed up Leila Khan as student Sahar Zahid, Jack Barton as main character Nick’s older brother David, Bradley Riches as another student, James McEwan, and Nima Taleghani as teacher Mr Farouk.
Khan was hired following a nationwide casting call and it is her first acting role, with credits for the others including War of the Worlds and Hatton Garden.
The show entered production in the UK and recently ended filming. All lead cast are returning, including Yasmin Finney as Elle, William Gao as Tao, Corinna Brown as Tara, Kizzy Edgell as Darcy, Sebastian Croft as Ben, Tobie Donovan as Isaac, Rhea Norwood as Imogen, Jenny Walser as Tori and Cormac Hyde-Corrin as Harry.