Content warning: The following story contains spoilers for “Heartstopper” season two.
“Heartstopper” season two has come and gone, and now fans have their eyes turned toward the next installment. The series, created and written by Alice Oseman from her series of graphic novels, follows Nick (Kit Connor) and Charlie (Joe Locke), two British teens who fall in love after meeting at school. The show grapples with their struggles to explore their relationship (and themselves) in an environment that can be less than accepting toward LGBTQ+ people. The ensemble cast includes Charlie’s besties Elle (Yasmin Finney), Tao (William Gao), and Isaac (Tobie Donovan), as well as other classmates and friends, including Tara (Corinna Brown), Darcy (Kizzy Edgell), Imogen (Rhea Norwood), and Sahar (Leila Khan).
Back in May 2022, Netflix renewed “Heartstopper” for seasons two and three. Oseman said in an interview this May with Hello! magazine that they do know how the series will ultimately bring everyone’s stories to a close. “I definitely have an end point in mind, just because I know what’s going to happen in the whole story, [and] because I’ve got the comics planned out,” they said. “And I imagine four seasons would see out the whole story of ‘Heartstopper.'” For now, whether the show will get renewed for that fourth season remains a mystery.
Here’s what we know about season three so far.