“Heartstopper“ has inspired many people on Netflix – so many that the streaming service has commissioned two more seasons and thus probably the complete history of the comics so far.
The heartbreaking love story between Charlie (Joe Locke) and Nick (Kit Connor) continues on Netflix. The streaming service has now revealed that a second and third season of the series “Heartstopper’ will be produced by Alice Oseman based on her own comic book series. This shows Netflix’s great confidence in the material. After all, despite its great popularity and enthusiastic response, even a second season could not necessarily be taken for granted.
That “HeartstopperDespite all the enthusiasm, it never got higher than fifth place in Netflix’s own Top 10 lists for English-language series, was a cause for concern. In addition, the streaming service is currently making cuts due to the drop in user numbers.
But now the future of the series is secured – and the stories for a sequel already exist. The first season covers only the plot of the first two comic books by Alice Oseman. However, your comic series already has two more volumes, which could then serve as a template for the second season. In addition, Volume 5 and Volume 6 have already been announced and are scheduled to be released in 2022. They should then form the template for Season 3.
» “Heartstopper Volume 1 (German edition): Boy meets Boy” at Amazon*
» “Heartstopper Volume 2 (German edition)” at Amazon*
» “Heartstopper Volume 3 (German edition)” at Amazon*
» “Heartstopper Volume 4 (German edition)” at Amazon*
As I said, you can currently “HeartstopperStream on Netflix.
The streaming service itself is currently struggling with some problems. After bad figures, numerous employees were laid off and projects were scrapped. If you are interested in the background, we can offer you the podcast stream flurry recommended by our colleagues from Moviepilot. The current episode is about the Netflix crisis and how the quality of the streaming service has developed in recent years:
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