Heartstopper Season 2 Trailer Sends Charlie And Nick To The City Of Love

Heartstopper – Season 2

by Jordan King |
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To half-pinch a line from original soul diva Diana Ross, “They’re coming out! They want the world to know! Come on and let it show!” Or, at least, that’s the plan for Nick and Charlie (Kit Connor and Joe Locke) as the young lovers return to our screens – and head for Paris – in Season 2 of Heartstopper, Netflix’s wildly popular teen LGBTQ+ series based on the bestselling Alice Oseman graphic novels. Check out the trailer here:

With Nick having come out as bisexual to mum Sarah (Olivia Colman) during Heartstopper’s Season 1 finale, after making things official with Charlie, this second series will see the loved-up lads getting to grips with what comes next as they prepare to share their love with the world. While Charlie is seen out shouting, “I have a boyfriend!” at the top of his lungs, Nick’s clearly still wrestling with how to tell his wider friend and family circles. “I want to tell people,” he confides to Charlie in a tender clip, “It’s just hard to find the right time.”

It’s not just the boys who are making big life choices this season though, as we’re also set to see besties Elle (Yasmin Finney) and Tao (William Gao) get a little closer, while Darcy (Kizzy Edgell) and Tara (Corinna Brown) throw the L-Bomb into their own blossoming romance. As the teens head off for a school trip to Paris, aka the City of Love, with newbies Naomi (Bel Priestley) and Felix (Ash Self) in tow, it looks like we can expect fireworks in the next run of episodes.

Joining the returning cast from Season 1, new faces come in the form of Jack Barton, who plays Nick's older brother David; Nima Taleghani’s Mr. Farouk, a Truham teacher; Bradley Riches, whose background appearance in the first series has earned him a supporting role as pupil James McEwan; and Thibault de Montalembert joins the cast as Stephane, Nick’s estranged dad. Arriving on Netflix on 3 August, with a Season 3 already greenlit, there’s simply no stopping Heartstopper – and that suits us just fine. As Darcy deadpans in the trailer for this series, “You’re being gay. Good job! Carry on.”

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