Netflix’s trailer for HeartStopper is finally here
Heartstopper streams on Netflix April 22
Netflix’s adaption for Alice Oseman’s critically acclaimed web-comic turned graphic-novel series Heartstopper is almost here.
In this queer coming-of-age story, two teenage boys fall in love with each other while trying to figure out their place in the world.
But before you can binge-watch all eight episodes, this week, Netflix finally dropped the full-length trailer.
In the trailer, Charlie Spring (Joe Locke) is openly gay and has a close-knit group of friends. However, once he meets Nick Nelson (Kit Connor), the star rugby player, things quickly change for both of them. Charlie develops a crush on Nick despite believing him to be straight. While Charlie’s crush might be a total waste of time, he just can’t help himself. It gets even more complicated once Nick asks Charlie to join the rugby team.
They become fast friends and despite Nick’s friends being homophobic, Nick takes refuge through Charlie’s friends. One of Charlie’s close friends though Tao (William Gao) is hesitant to trust Nick. But, as you might have guessed, Nick is able to prove his true feelings for Charlie once and for all.
It’s a charming and heartwarming trailer that hopefully leaves fans wanting more and opens the door for even more queer coming-of-age stories.
All eight episodes will hit Netflix on April 22.