Netflix’s 2022 Australian drama series Heartbreak High was created by Hannah Carroll Chapman. It is a remake of the 1994 Network Ten original programme. Many fans of this drama series are starting to wonder if they will be seeing this for the last time or if Netflix will purchase more seasons of the show. The programme has received generally positive feedback and acclaim from viewers all around the world.
Given that Netflix is growing its library of original movies and television shows and has recently renewed several of its titles, including Heartbreak High due to high demand, it wouldn’t be shocking. As a result, we’ve included a brief summary of everything you should know regarding the season’s status as a renewal and its release date.
Heartbreak High Season 2 Release Date
The projected debut date hasn’t been disclosed, the network hasn’t formally confirmed the series, and the circumstance is immaterial. Heartbreak High Season 2 is expected to premiere somewhere in the middle or towards the end of 2023.
Heartbreak High Season 2 Cast
The following actors are anticipated to return to their roles in the upcoming season:
- Ayesha Madon as Amerie Wadia
- James Majoos as Darren Rivers
- Chloe Hayden as Quinni Gallagher-Jones
- Asher Yasbincek as Harper McLean
- Thomas Weatherall as Malakai Mitchell
- Will McDonald as Douglas “Ca$h” Piggott
- Joshua Heuston as Dustin “Dusty” Reid
- Gemma Chua-Tran as Sasha So
- Bryn Chapman-Parish as Spencer “Spider” White
- Sherry-Lee Watson as Missy Beckett
- Brodie Townsend as Anthony “Ant” Vaughn
- Chika Ikogwe as Josephine “Jojo” Obah
- Scott Major as Peter Rivers, Darren’s father
Heartbreak High Season 2 Plot
Heartbreak High Season 2’s story has not yet been made public, although a number of key plotlines have offered scenarios and possible directions the show may go in the event that it gets renewed. The forthcoming season is expected to continue the story where the first season’s finale left off.
Heartbreak High Season 2 Episodes
Heartbreak High Season 2 should have at least eight episodes, each lasting between 45 and 52 minutes.
Where to stream Heartbreak High?
Only Netflix users will be able to see the series.