Heartstopper, a Netflix teen drama, has won the hearts of people all around the world and has announced that it has been renewed for 2 more seasons of Charlie and Nick. The series premiered in April and has since become a streaming phenomenon. It is based on Alice Oseman’s LGBTQ+ web comic, which follows two British teenagers, Charlie and Nick, as they go from friends to lovers.
Oseman herself broke the news, posting an Instagram video of herself drawing Nick and Charlie in comic style before presenting viewers the end product with the tag ‘2 more seasons’. Fans aren’t surprised, since the LGBTQ+ drama topped the Netflix Top Ten list in 54 countries all around the world and was streamed for almost 40 million hours in its first fortnight alone.
“We put so much love into the making of Heartstopper so to reassemble the team for two more seasons is a dream come true,” Executive producer Patrick Walters told TUDUM.
“I’m forever grateful to Alice Oseman for entrusting us with this beautiful, unique story that at its core seeks to uplift the next generation of young LGBTQ+ people. Stay tuned!”
Oseman, the writer and creator, had stated that a complete live-action adaptation of her coming-of-age comic books would require four seasons. “It would properly be four seasons to cover the full story,” she said.
“I haven’t done anything in detail planning or anything but it’s quite easy to divide up the books into seasons, so four I think would do it”
Many fans are excited to see more on-screen adorable content from Nick and Charlie in the upcoming announced seasons to see where their blooming story leads.
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