Grab the lipstick, tissues, and sunscreen, because we’re diving back into the romance series that once made you cry over your mascara.
The summer when I became pretty Season 2 is underway, a sequel to the Amazon show based on Jenny Han’s best-selling young adult book series. In fact, it was renewed for a second season even before the first aired. Han will continue to serve as the series’ co-showrunner; his co-star from the first season, Gabrielle Stanton, will be replaced by Sarah Kucserka for the second season. Exciting!
And… maybe it’s more than summer. “I can’t wait to see more seasons. Literal seasons. All you see is summer now. There’s still a long way to go and we’ll see the world (of Belly) come together. expand a bit,” Han said of the future. .
Here’s everything else we know The summer when I became pretty season 2:
Which cast members are returning?
The main cast are all locked up for more seasons. Lola Tung, who plays the protagonist Belly, said Today that she is “excited to see how the relationships evolve and how the characters continue to grow” in future seasons.
Christopher Briney, who plays the irresistible Conrad Fisher, said of the future, “I want to know what’s going on! I’ve read the book, but I haven’t seen the script yet.” Gavin Casalegno, who plays Conrad’s kind brother Jeremiah, added, “You never know.”
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What is it about?
We assume that since the first season has (usually) followed the first book, the second will follow the sequel, It’s not summer without you… with some modifications, of course.
In the book series (spoiler!), Jeremiah and Conrad’s mother, Susannah, dies between books one and two, so much of book two is about the main characters dealing with her death. However, in the book series, Susannah decides not to treat her recurrence of cancer…a decision she reverses on the streaming show. Does this mean Susannah will live to see another summer on Amazon? Very possible.
The second book is a continuation on the themes of the first, with the central love triangle of Belly, Conrad and Jeremiah, and the themes of growing up and learning to be independent. Conrad is now in college and recklessly using his newfound freedom. So it’s up to Jeremiah and Belly to get it right… easier said than done.
When will it premiere?
To be determined !