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The Summer I Turned Pretty: Season 2 is almost ready to premiere on Prime Video, which means that it will be soon that we can go back to Cousins Beach. When it was released last summer, the romantic drama about teenagers in Massachusetts that was based on Jenny Han’s books and was produced by Amazon Prime Video became a smash for the streaming service because it caught all of the excitement and heartache of youthful love as well as beach volleyball tournaments for charitable causes.
In the first season of “The Summer I Turned Pretty,” the main character, Belly Conklin, played by Lola Tung, was a 16-year-old girl who went on her annual summer vacation with her family to their preferred vacation spot. While there, she found herself in a love triangle with her brothers and walking Abercrombie and Fitch models Conrad (Christopher Briney) and Jeremiah (Gavin Casalegno). In the meantime, Susannah, the mother of the boys, played by Rachel Blanchard, came clean about having breast cancer and consented to participate in a cancer trial, hoping it would lead to the discovery of a cure. This was a departure from the narrative of the book.
While the first novel served as the basis for the program’s first season, Amazon Studios took some creative licenses with the material. For example, Jeremiah is depicted on the show as bisexual, and Belly attends a debutante ball. Even though Han has hinted that there will be additional shifts in Season 2, we should still anticipate a significant amount of material from the second novel in the series, and It’s Not Summer Without You. If Amazon decides to order a third season of The Summer, I Turned Pretty. Then the trilogy will most likely be completed with the episode “We’ll Always Have Summer.” We have high hopes that the love triangle involving Belly, Conrad, and Jeremiah will be resolved to everyone’s satisfaction, regardless of whether you’re on Team Conrad, Team Jeremiah, or even Team Cam.
Keep reading if you’re interested in discovering everything we know about the upcoming second season of The Summer I Turned Pretty, especially if you’re interested in teenage love triangles, the aesthetics of seaside grandmas, and books that have been adapted into TV shows.
- Lola Tung as Belly Conklin
- Christopher Briney as Conrad
- Gavin Casalegno as Jeremiah
- Jackie Chung as Laurel
- Sean Kaufman as Steven
- Rain Spencer as Taylor
- David Iacono as Cam
What is the Release Date of The Summer I Turned Pretty: Season 2?
Amazon announced on May 5 that the second season of The Summer I Turned Pretty would be made available on July 14, with the first three episodes available all at once. Up to the season’s conclusion on August 18, a new episode will be released every Friday. When they made the announcement, the cast had a good time.
Who is the Director of The Summer I Turned Pretty: Season 2?
Jenny Han is an American author who writes novels for young adults and youngsters. The To All the Boys series and The Summer I Turned Pretty trilogy, made into films and television series, brought her the most fame as a writer.
What is the Plot of The Summer I Turned Pretty: Season 2?
It’s Not Summer Without You, the second installment in Han’s trilogy, will inspire the show’s upcoming second season. According to Prime Video, the following is a plot summary for the second season:
“Belly used to count down the days until she could return to Cousins Beach, but now that Conrad and Jeremiah are battling over her heart and Susannah’s cancer has returned, she is unsure whether or not summer will ever be the same again. When an unexpected guest threatens the survival of Susannah’s much-loved house, Belly must urge the group to come together to save it, and she must also make a final decision on the location of her heart.
When Susannah passes away from breast cancer in the second novel of Jenny Han’s trilogy, the death of their mother naturally has a profound effect on their lives. Conrad decides to flee the house during his family’s tragedy, prompting Belly and Jeremiah to embark on a journey across the country in search of him. Despite it all, Belly and Jeremiah become closer to one another, which further complicates the love triangle.
On the other hand, we have yet to determine to what extent the television version will stick to that storyline. The fact that Rachel Blanchard, who plays Susannah, was seen hanging out during the filming of Season 2 on Han’s TikToks strongly indicates that her character will most likely be in the subsequent edition. It still needs to be made clear if there are scenes from the present or flashbacks from the past. At the end of the first season, Susannah participates in clinical trials to treat her cancer. Han signals that there will be more departures from the source material in the upcoming second season. At the 20th Annual Asian American Awards on December 17, Han told E! News, “There’s always going to be changes here and there, so I guess you’ll just have to wait and see.” “Since I’m the one making the adjustments, I suppose you should be mad at me because I’m the one who’s changing it!”