Ale and Summer's lovestory gets a second chance at season 2.
Summertime is one of Netflix's latest addition to its growing list of international titles.
The Italian series just dropped in the platform on April 29, 2020, but has already gained a good following from the global audience.
Summertime tells the story of two young people who met and fell in love one summer.
But as the two waved each other goodbye by the end of season 1, fans have been silently hoping they'll see them together again soon.
Let's find out what's in store for Summertime in the future.
Netflix has officially confirmed Summertime for season 2. The announcement came on May 26, 2020.
The renewal was a highly celebrated piece of news from fans of the series. However, fans will have to wait longer before seeing fresh new episodes of Summertime.
Although bans on film productions have been slowly lifted worldwide, the overall situation remains volatile due to the threat of Coronavirus.
There's no way of telling yet how much the pandemic has affected Summertime in terms of the filming schedule.
There is no official release date yet. Netflix often takes 12-18 months before releasing new seasons, so we're likely to wait until the last quarter of 2021 or early 2022.
That is if no more delays will happen again.
Summertime follows the story of a girl named Summer, who ironically hates summer. That's too much summer in one sentence, huh?
One beautiful summer, Summer found a job at The Grand Hotel Cesenatico and meets Ale, the hotel manager's son.
Ale is a famous motorcyclist who has taken a break from racing after a dangerous accident. Ale fell in love with Summer and tries to woo her.
But just like seasons, love too can be unconstant. By the end of summer, Summer waved goodbye to Ale as he heads to Spain to join a new moto racing team.
We're expecting a continuation of Ale and Summer's love story in season 2.
Nothing has been confirmed yet, but we're likely to see major cast members again for the new season.
They are: Coco Rebecca Edogamhe as Summer Bennati, Ludovico Tersigni as Alessandro "Ale" Alba, Amanda Campana as Sofia, Andrea Lattanzi as Dario, Giovanni Maini as Edo, Thony as Isabella, Alice Ann Edogamhe as Blue Bennati and Stefano Fregni as Piero.
Other cast members to look out for are Giuseppe Giacobazzi as Loris, Eugenio Krauss as Bruno De Cara, Maria Sole Mansutti as Laura Alba, Mario Sgueglia as Maurizio Alba, Caterina Biasiol as Maddalena.
We'll likely wait for at least a year to see the official trailer for Summertime season 2.
In the meantime, let's take a look at the beginning of Ale and Summer's love story in season 1's trailer.