“Heartstopper” Renewed For A Season 3

Heartstopper season 3

Netflix’s “Heartstopper” Season 2 is currently here and the fans are loving every episode of the series!

The season has earned an almost perfect score from critics and fans on Rotten Tomatoes.

See what critics are saying:

“Bridging the gap from friendship to dating unfolds with the sort of sweet, halting awkwardness that largely defines and distinguishes the series.” – CNN

“Heartstopper is, quite winningly, not a show about panic or rashness or other dramatic swings. Its pacing is deliberate, its emotions awfully measured for a show about young people experiencing fits of passion.” – Vanity Fair

“Teen dramas can often be tiresomely self-indulgent, melodramatic and conflict-based, but Heartstopper has a depth and tenderness that a great many adult dramas fail to achieve.” – Times UK

“While Nick and Charlie’s relationship is the heartbeat of the show, the cast becomes even more of an ensemble this season. The show remains earnest, joyful, and wholesome, but also throws more realism into the mix.” – Pop Culture

“What makes this season so undeniably great is the constant attention to real young adult issues to which the audiences can relate. While we love the bubblegum sweetness of Season One, there is a realism to Season Two that can’t be denied.” – Tell-Tale TV

The show will return for a 3rd season!


“Nick and Charlie navigate their new relationship; Tara and Darcy face unforeseen challenges and Tao and Elle work out if they can ever be more than just friends,” reads the season logline. “With exams on the horizon, a school trip to Paris and a prom to plan, the gang has a lot to juggle as they journey through the next stages of life, love and friendship.”


Yasmin Finney, William Gao, Corinna Brown, Kizzy Edgel and Olivia Colman as Nick’s mother Sarah. 

Newbies include Jack Barton (Netflix’s “The Letter for the King”) as Nick’s older brother David, Nima Taleghani (“Cyrano de Bergerac”) as a teacher at Nick and Charlie’s school, newcomer Leila Khan as Sahar Zahid from a local girls’ school and Bradley Riches as new character James McEwan.

“Heartstopper” is produced by See-Saw Films. Osman returns as writer and creator while Euros Lyn returns to direct. Osman and Lyn exec produce alongside See-Saw’s Patrick Walters, Iain Canning and Emile Sherman.

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