The Summer I Turned Pretty 2 trailer out: The Summer I Turned Pretty” is an eagerly anticipated television series based on the beloved novel series of the same name by Jenny Han. Set to premiere on July 14, 2023, exclusively on Amazon Prime Video, the show invites viewers to dive into a heartwarming coming-of-age story that captures the essence of a transformative summer. Adapted from Jenny Han’s captivating books, the series promises to deliver a nostalgic and emotionally resonant experience, exploring themes of love, friendship, self-discovery, and the complexities of growing up.
The Summer I Turned Pretty 2 trailer out:
The highly anticipated romantic drama series, “The Summer I Turned Pretty,” has just unveiled its trailer, teasing an enticing continuation of its teenage coming-of-age story and love triangle. Based on Jenny Han’s popular novel series, the new season is scheduled for release next month, exclusively on Amazon Prime Video. Let’s delve into the details of the trailer and what fans can expect from this beloved series.
Watch The Summer I Turned Pretty 2 Trailer Here:
The trailer for season two of “The Summer I Turned Pretty” was released on June 29, 2023. The series revolves around a compelling love triangle and stars Lola Tung, Christopher Briney, and Gavin Casalegno as Isabel “Belly” Conklin, Conrad Fisher, and Jeremiah Fisher, respectively. In a delightful twist, the trailer features the enchanting songs of popstar Taylor Swift, including “Back to December” and “August,” perfectly complementing the characters’ emotional journey as they navigate the intricacies of love, life, friendship, and family.
The trailer showcases the characters grappling with the loss of Susannah and the potential sale of their beloved beach house, which holds countless cherished summer memories. Amidst the backdrop of this turmoil, the love triangle intensifies, creating more drama and complications for Belly, who finds herself torn between Conrad and Jeremiah. As the prospect of losing the beach house looms, the childhood friends unite, determined to preserve their shared history.
While Belly has always harbored feelings for Conrad, his inconsistent behavior and commitment issues lead her to consider Jeremiah, her best friend who secretly yearns for her. In one poignant moment, Belly asserts that there is no longer anything between her and Conrad, to which Jeremiah cryptically responds, “There will always be something between you and Conrad,” alluding to the enduring connection they’ve shared since childhood.
In season two of “The Summer I Turned Pretty,” Belly faces the challenges of Conrad and Jeremiah vying for her heart while dealing with the return of Susannah’s illness. The official series synopsis states, “Belly used to count down the days until she could return to Cousins Beach, but with Conrad and Jeremiah fighting over her heart and the return of Susannah’s cancer, she’s not sure summer will ever be the same.” The synopsis concludes with a tantalizing tease, hinting at an unexpected visitor threatening the future of Susannah’s beloved house and urging Belly to rally her friends together and determine where her heart truly lies.
Star Cast of The Summer I Turned Pretty 2:
Alongside Tung, Briney, and Casalegno reprising their starring roles, the returning cast includes Jackie Chung as Laurel Park, Sean Kaufman as Steven Conklin, Rain Spencer as Taylor, and David Iacono as Cameron. The new additions to the cast are Elsie Fisher and Kyra Sedgwick. Discussing the upcoming season, Lola Tung shared in an interview with Today, “The characters go through a lot of growth and have experienced new things, as you do when you grow up and are sort of learning how to deal with these new feelings and changes.”
Fans can mark their calendars for the official premiere of “The Summer I Turned Pretty” season two on July 14, 2023, exclusively on Amazon Prime Video. The season will kick off with its first three episodes, titled “Love Lost,” “Love Scene,” and “Love Sick,” followed by weekly releases every Friday until the finale on August 18, 2023, when the eighth and final episode of the season will be unveiled. With its captivating storyline and relatable characters, this series promises to be a must-watch for fans of the novel and newcomers alike.