Heartbreak High Season 2 has already been renewed by Netflix in October 2022.
An Australian teen drama Heartbreak High, presenting both some controversial and intelligible issues, particularly portraying the modern timeframe will continue its journey for Season 2. As the official network Netflix has recently confirmed the renewal in a press release. Heartbreak High, a teen comedy drama, first aired as a reboot to the 1994 series with the same name, on 14th of September 2022. Based on the popular genre of High School teen drama, Heartbreak is created by Hannah Carroll Chapman, and produced by Fremantle Australia and NewBe production companies.
Netflix’s Heartbreak High Season received an overall approval of 42.61 million global viewership, following the September to October timeframe, since its release, as per Kasey Moor (from What‘s on Netflix). Initially, Moor acknowledges that Heartbreak High did not achieve a quick place among Netflix’s top 10 in the first week of its release. And this acknowledgment, he says, ultimately marked a sense of low rate in viewership or a flop end for the series.
However, Moor further notes that the success for the series came at the hand gradually, following the second to third week of its run. Alongside this initial progress, the series Heartbreak High, notably, kept its place among the global TV (English) top ten for 3 weeks, while facing a continuous degradation in ranking. Moor presents this degradation in an analytical index that identifies Heartbreak High rank moving from 6 to 8 among the top 10, in the first 3 weeks of its airing.
Following the viewership approval status, somehow, it makes sense for Netflix to renew the Heartbreak High for Season 2. Accordingly, the article will present the critical stances related to the details about the new season.
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Is there going to be a Heartbreak High Season 2?
Yes, as previously informed that Netflix has confirmed the renewal of the series Heartbreak High for the second season, on October 19 as per TV Insider.
Considering the airing success of the show it ultimately raises the questions about the content and its significance that seemingly appealed to the audience. And obviously it will further have an influence on the thematic concerns of the new plot as well. So let’s have a look back into the previous plot to speculate for the future one.
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Heartbreak High Season 2: Trailer and the Plot Speculations:
The rebooted Australian teen drama Heartbreak High Season 1 unfolded a complex story of the Australian teens at Hartley High (a fictional school). While keeping the high school life as a central concern, the series focused upon the portrayal of the dramatic influences of both sociological and psychological controversial and intelligible issues, including: sexual abuse and sex education, drug and domestic abuses, LGBTQ+, autism, and racial profiling, as notes Christine Kinori (from The Review Geek).
According to Kinori, the series Heartbreak High provides the young audiences with a relatable portrayal of the issues (as mentioned above) that, she believes, “(they) are dealing with”. Quiet right there Kinori, but here comes an obstacle in this perception and that is a controversial nature of almost all of the issues that the show deals with.
Exclusively, among all of them stands the LGBTQ+ phenomenology and its increasing representation out of the rational box, and if being critically observed, seems to portray a falsified image of freedom. And this spectrum is certainly not new, since freedom has been in the sale, unchecked and uncontrollably under the umbrella of any idea in the West. And this time the Western media wildly presenting the LGBTQ+ under the name of humanity? Plausibly, the reason that the controversy this issue blazes up on the screen, is due to the natural disagreement that it involves at the core of its phenomenon.
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On the other hand, if the LGBTQ+, a socially disrupting phenomenon, is being acutely observed, the disagreements will come up on the general ground. For instance, writing this article right from the oriental coast can be seen as assertive in opposition of the LGBTQ+ conception. As the empathy that the media is consistently trying to portray through the LGBTQ+ in the name of humanity, in itself is quite contradictory with the universal spectrum of the word Humanity.
Contararily, the issue of racial profiling and sexual, domestic and drug abuses, along with the portrayal of autism (much needed and an elevated presentation of one of the psychological issues) is really appreciative. So to speak, it could be expected with the series Heartbreak High to come with a more critically refined and more general presentation of the societal issues, meanwhile, avoiding the sweeping generalizations.
To the date we have not been announced with any news about the Heartbreak High Season 2 trailer. Well, so for now we can expect much more new and elevated depictions of the teen social issues.
Cast Expectations for the Heartbreak High the Second
The Australian teen drama, Heartbreak High has previously presented a variety of cast to bring the teenage complexities on the screen. And probably they all can be expected to reprise their role for the second season as well. The previous cast include:
- Ayesha Madon
- James Majoos
- Chloe Hayden
- Asher Yasbineck
- Thomas Weatherall
- Will McDonald
- Josh Heuston
- Gemma Chua-Tran
- Bryn Chapman- Parish
- Sherry-Lee Watson
- Brodie Townsend
- Chika Ikogwe
- Scott Major
- Rachel House
Release Date Expectations for the New Season of Heartbreak High
Since the confirmation news for the renewal of the series Heartbreak High has recently been confirmed. Therefore to come up with any speculation for the release date would be a bit early. Thus, unless we are released with some official news about the Heartbreak High Season 2, we can only wait.
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