The world has not yet calmed down from Netflix's breathtaking youth drama, whose great success has come out of nowhere.
In case you missed it, the series, which is based on a series of graphic novels by Alice Ozman, follows the story of Charlie, who falls in love with Nick - and the developing relationship between the two.
Ozman herself, who created and wrote the series, will return to it in the coming seasons as well.
In a post Ozman posted on her Instagram page, she documented herself drawing the characters of Charlie and Nick - along with the caption "Two more seasons! I'd better go to work."
In the month since the series went live, it has not only captured the hearts of critics - but also surfers, who have used the hashtag "heartstopper" more than 4.3 billion times on Tiktok alone. Viewers were also impressed: The series reached the table of the 10 most viewed content of the streaming service in no less than in 54 countries.
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When Ozman was recently asked about the possibility of producing a second season for the show, she declined to expand on the topic, but said she would like to include discussions on mental illness: "The challenge in writing is to explore all of these gloomy topics, while maintaining an optimistic and hopeful tone. "I believe it is possible. I feel I was able to touch it, and that is absolutely my goal and ambition for the series."
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