It was enthralling when Netflix announced the reboot of the much-adored Australian 90s young adult series Heartbreak High, and the recently dropped first trailer of the much-anticipated series has knocked our socks off.
So without further ado, let’s explore the recently dropped trailer of Netflix Heartbreak High.
Netflix drops the first teaser of Heartbreak High.
With Netflix reviving the beloved Australian young adult series Heartbreak High, School is officially back in session at Hartley High.
Heartbreak High, an eight-episode television series that draws inspiration from the original ’90s series but has been completely reimagined for a modern audience, will premiere globally on Netflix on September 14.
The eight-episode drama is an update of the 1990s high school drama that made Callan Mulvey, who played bad boy Bogdan Drazic, and Home and Away star Ada Nicodemou household names. It is set in the fictional Hartley High.
Furthermore, fans can see the show’s modern makeover in a flashy new trailer with a cast of gay and non-binary characters.
Similarly, they will deal with sex, love, and violence as they mature.
Furthermore, In one scene teenagers beat the character’s face severely. Similarly, In another scene, a female character vandalizes a car. A funnier scene shows a girl and boy playing chess when they are ‘pranked’ by a huge pink paper mache sex toy.
Teenagers making same-sex love can be seen in fleeting moments.
One character says, “honey, we’re home,” as the trailer comes to a close while gazing out into the schoolyard.
And according to Hannah Carroll Chapman, the series’ creator, the reboot has taken on a “life of its own.”
The cast of the Netflix and Freemantle-produced show includes actor James Majoos as Darren, who uses they/them pronouns and is characterized as “snarky” and “brash.”
Meanwhile, Bryn Chapman-Parish portrays Spider, who is referred to as “a sprinkle of incel” and “class clown.“
Gemma Chua-Tran portrays Sasha, an “out lesbian at the school” who uses both the pronouns she/her and they/them. Josh Heuston will play Dusty, a bisexual character.
Ayesha Madon portrays Amerie, a working-class girl with an enormous heart and an even bigger mouth who is whip-smart and outwardly brash. Likewise, Chloe Hayden portrays Quinni. Asher Yasbincek plays Harper. Thomas Weatherall as Malakai. Will McDonald as Cash. Rachel House as Woodsy. Sherry-Lee Watson as Missy. And Brodie Townsend as Ant.
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