TV Review: HEARTSTOPPER Season 2

TV Review: HEARTSTOPPER Season 2


Creator: Alice Oseman
Starring: Joe Locke, Kit Connor, Yasmin Finney, William Gao, Rhea Norwood, Corinna Brown, Kizzy Edgell, Tobie Donovan

The first season of Heartstopper was a smash hit for Netflix as it gave voice to budding queer romances for today’s youth. As season two kicks off, we see that Charlie (Joe Locke) and Nick (Kit Connor) are navigating their new relationship. They’re giddy in love with all the texting, flirting, and secret kissing sessions during school. Nick’s not out to his friends or brother yet, which provides a strong internal conflict for himself this season. Charlie is really supportive knowing how hard it is to be your authentic self and doesn’t want Nick to be bullied. Meanwhile, Yasmin Finney’s Elle and William Gao’s Tao are struggling as to whether they want to risk their friendship and be in a romantic relationship. Tao’s self-doubt and insecurities feel all too real in the name of teen romance. Their friend group is there for all the ups and downs as they prep for Year 11 exams, prom, and a big class trip to Paris. Streaming on Netflix August 3

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