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The reboot of Heartbreak High got everybody talking, and fans are hoping for more.
Viewers have praised the representation and diversity of the cast. Will fans get their wish for a second season?
If enough people love the series then it will be renewed.
If the series follows the success of the original then there would be seven seasons to look forward to, so fingers crossed it can achieve the same.
It also means there are plenty of existing storylines to rework and pick and choose from, but as yet fans will just have to be patient.
Speaking before the remake was released, one of the stars, Will McDonald said: "I think audiences can expect a lot of really new Australian stories that have never been told before and a lot of characters that we've never seen on Australian TV before."
"I'm really excited to see how people respond to that, these characters and these storylines that have probably never been touched on in Australian TV."
One of the main attractions for the first series was the varied and diverse cast, with fans loving the representation on display with non-binary, lesbian and queer characters.
One fan wrote: “Heartbreak High having a non-binary character blow an air horn every time their stepdad misgenders them, exactly how it should be” and another praised: “In addition to amazing lesbian rep, #HeartbreakHigh also has a black non binary main character and they literally carry the show? Tune in for them!”
Fans are hoping they would make a return too. Check out the cast of the first series below:
Unfortunately as a second season hasn't even been commissioned yet, you've got a wait on your hands before a second trailer or even a sniff of a plot.
The first series has received alright reviews so far, averaging 3/5, so there's still hope yet for fans.