Heartstopper tells the story of a blossoming romance between two teenagers, based on the graphic novel of the same name by Alice Osman and is scheduled to air on Netflix later this month.
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Netflix fans were moved by the trailer for the upcoming LGBTQ+ teen drama Heartstopper.
The eight-episode series, based on the graphic novel of the same name by Alice Osman, follows the blossoming romance between Charlie, played by Joe Locke, and Nick, played by Rocketman star Kit Connor, at a high school studied in England for the role.
Netflix’s TV series hits the streaming platform later this month, and fans of the book will be delighted to see Osman-style illustrations and animations between live action scenes. .
With the slogan ‘Boy meets boy. Boys become friends. The Boys Fall in Love”, Netflix’s official synopsis says of the show: “When gentle Charlie and football-loving Nick met in middle school, they quickly discovered that the unlikely friendship was. can blossom into an unexpected romance.
“Charlie, Nick and their group of friends must navigate a relentless journey of self-discovery and acceptance, supporting each other as they learn to find their true selves.”
The touching trailer shows the beginning of an openly gay friendship between Charlie and Nick, as Nick is said to be outspoken, disappointing Charlie with his futile affection.
When Nick asks Charlie, who isn’t the biggest sports fan, to join the rugby team, he accepts and the pair grow closer.
Set to premiere on Netflix on April 22, the release of the Heartstopper trailer has fans sitting on the sidelines with excitement.
On Twitter after seeing the trailer, one person wrote: “TRAILER TRAILER IGNORE THEIR EYES.”
One fellow fan said, “I can’t wait, it looks great”, another posted: “I’m REALLY SCAMING I’m SO HOT APRIL 22 COMES FASTER.”
Another Netflix fan wrote: “My heart is literally on the moon with the Heartstopper trailer!!!”
Another wrote: “The looks, the handshake, the little things, everyone deserves to find that kind of love, especially LGBTQ young people. Something hopeful for them to see. ”
“This is exactly how I imagined it in my head when I read the book. The cast, the setting, the personalities of the characters, to me, was crazy because I had to think and care a lot about adapting Heartstopper. I feel like crying, can’t believe they’re finally here,” another fan posted.
Heartstopper’s cast includes Yasmin Finney, Game of Thrones star Sebastian Croft and My Murder’s Corinna Brown, as well as new on-screen newbies William Gao and Kizzy Edgell.
Heartstopper is available to stream on Netflix from Friday, April 22, 2022.
https://www.mirror.co.uk/tv/tv-news/netflix-fans-sob-first-look-26706590 Netflix fans 'sobbed' as they watched first clip of new LGBTQ+ teen romance drama Heartstopper