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Heartstopper Season 2 is officially underway, and the cast seems cuter and happier to be back!

The Netflix hit series, which is officially on the floors, has cast a new cast member related to Nick.

Heartstopper Season 2 is officially underway, and the cast seems cuter and happier to be back!
Nick and Charlie: the love story at the center of Heartstopper
  • Team OTTplay

Last Updated: 03.05 PM, Sep 25, 2022


Our hearts are about to stop for a second time as Netflix has just announced through an exclusive clip where the original cast from Season 1 can be seen saying ‘Hi!’ to the camera while taking turns.

Based on the graphic novel by Alice Oseman of the same name, this U.K-based series will have four new cast members joining in the upcoming season.

The story focusses on the blossoming romance between kind and sensitive Charlie Spring (Joe Locke) and a very charming Nick Nelson (Kit Connor).

According to Variety, Jack Barton will be seen as Nick’s older brother David who is not really a fan of Nick and Charlie’s relationship.

Additionally, actor Nima Taleghani will play Mr. Farouk as one of the many teachers at Truham Grammar School, which will be attended by Nick and Charlie along with their friends Tao (William Gao) and Isaac (Tobie Donovan).

Debutante Leila Khan will play the role of Sahar Zahid, a student at the Higgs Girls school, where Nick and Charlie’s friends Elle (Yasmin Finney), Tara (Corinna Brown) and Darcy (Kizzy Edgell) go to from Season 1.

Bradley Riches, who had a small and insignificant role in Season 1, will now be playing a major character in the show called James McEwan.

For the unversed, the British coming-of-age romance streaming television series is directed by Euros Lyn for Netflix. Based on the webcomic and graphic novel of the same name by Alice Oseman, the teen drama series navigates through the life of Charlie Spring, and how his unlikely friendship with the rugby-jock Nick Nelson blossoms into something more. Starring Joe Locke and Kit Conner in the lead as Charlie Sping and Nick Nelson, the cast also includes Willaim Gao, Yasmin Finney, Corinna Brown, Kizzy Edgell, Sebastian Croft, Cormac Hyde–Corrin, Rhea Norwood, Tobie Donovan, Jenny Walser, Fisayo Akinade, Chetna Pandya and Alan Turkington, among others.