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New Netflix series with a 100% Rotten Tomatoes score is being compared to Skins and It’s A Sin

Netflix’s new romance drama ‘Heartstopper’ received rave reviews from fans and critics.

This drama is an adaptation of Alice Osman’s graphic novel, which tells the story of childhood friendship and love. The uplifting LGBTQ+ drama centers on two teenage boys, Nick Nelson (Kit Connor) and Charlie Spring (Joe Locke), who attend a British high school.

After being forced to sit next to each other in a classroom one day, a friendship develops when Charlie, an openly gay classmate, takes a liking to his classmates. With the help of a friend, Nick and Charlie manage their burgeoning emotions as they reevaluate their identities in the romantic series.

The show has already earned perfect Rotten Tomatoes scores from critics and audiences alike. Many people compared the film to dramas like Skins and Sins Sins because it was praised for having a “perfect” cast.

David Opie of Digital Spy called the show the most important British drama since It’s A Sin. He said, “Because it focuses on queer love and reaffirms the emotions of young viewers who may be afraid or anxious to tell their truth.” The critic admits that he wished he had seen the show when he was younger, because he said he hopes it will help young queers learn that they don’t have to “fit in a mold”.

The Guardian’s Rebecca Nicholson gave it four stars, calling it “probably the most beautiful show on TV.” Although she revealed that she wasn’t the show’s target audience, she lauded the adaptation’s “healthy” tone, comparing it to a “TV-style hug”.

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The Hollywood Reporter’s Lovia Gyarkye points to his sincerity and sweetness as his strengths. Critics called the approach “addictive” and said the viewing experience “will linger long after a credit rollback.”

The show’s casting has been hailed as “perfect”, with Decider’s Alex Zalben saying Locke and Connor’s “chemistry is off the charts”. The reviewer also noted that the visual “without the harsh realism of the former or the bravado and nihilism of the latter” is somewhere between skin and euphoria.

Viewers were likewise fascinated by the new series and shared their excitement about the release on Twitter. Many admitted to playing the show at once. said one: “No other show has made me happier than this one.”

another public Regarding how much he loved the drama, he said, “I went out of my mind,” and “My body was made so that it couldn’t handle my emotions.” all third consentSomeone admitted that “it’s a way of stopping episodes every few minutes and letting out an uncontrollable smile to avoid crying while watching Heartstopper.”

Others were now thinking about the importance of shows for teens. all Viewer Comments: “I am delighted that this generation will grow with more representation. If anyone asks questions about your sexuality, etc., know that you are not alone and there are others like you. You are amazing, you have this champion!”

Heartstopper is now available in full on Netflix. If you’ve already bingeed on shows, check out our guide to the best Netflix movies and the best Netflix shows.


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New Netflix series with a 100% Rotten Tomatoes score is being compared to Skins and It’s A Sin

Netflix’s new romantic coming-of-age drama Heartstopper has been getting rave reviews from fans and critics alike. 
The drama is an adaptation of the graphic novel by Alice Oseman which tells the story of teen friendship and love young. The uplifting LGBTQ+ drama focuses on teens Nick Nelson (Kit Connor) and Charlie Spring (Joe Locke) at a British grammar school.
After being made to sit next to each other one day in class, their friendship builds as openly gay Charlie develops a crush on his schoolmate. With the help of their friends, Nick and Charlie navigate their burgeoning feelings as they reassess their own identities in the romantic series.
The show has already landed itself a perfect Rotten Tomatoes score from both critics and audiences. Many have been comparing it to dramas like Skins and It’s A Sin as the adaptation is praised for its “perfect” casting.
Digital Spy’s David Opie called the show the most important British drama since It’s A Sin as it “centers queer love, affirming the feelings of young people watching who might be unsure or afraid to speak their truth”. The reviewer admits he wishes he’d had this show growing up as he opened up about hopes it can help young queer people learn they don’t have to “fit the mold”. 
The Guardian’s Rebecca Nicholson gives it four stars, hailing it as “possibly the loveliest show on TV”. While revealing she’s not the show’s target audience, she praised the adaptation’s “wholesome” tone, likening it to a “hug in TV form”.

(Image credit: NETFLIX)
Lovia Gyarkye at The Hollywood Reporter commented on its sincerity and sweetness, pointing out this is its strength. The critic calls this approach “addictive” as she says the viewing experience will “stay with you long after the credits roll”.
The show’s casting is also hailed as “perfect” as Decider’s Alex Zalben says Locke and Connor’s “chemistry is off the charts”. The reviewer also mentioned how the visuals sit somewhere between Skins and Euphoria, “without the gritty realness of the former, or the pretension and nihilism of the latter”.
Viewers have been similarly enchanted by the new series, taking to Twitter to share their joy at its release. Many admitted bingeing the show in one go as one said: “A show has never made me as happy as this one.”
Another revealed they were “losing their mind” at how much they loved the drama, commenting “my body was not made to handle so many emotions”. A third agreed, admitting: “The way I need to stop the episode every few mins so I won’t squeal and trying to pipe down my uncontrollable smile watching heartstopper.”
Others reflected on the show’s importance for teenagers now. A viewer commented: “I’m so happy this generation is growing up with more representation. To anyone out there who is questioning their sexuality and stuff, know you’re not alone and there are people out there just like you. You are amazing, you got this champ!”
Heartstopper is available to watch in full on Netflix now. If you’ve already binge-watched the show, check out our guides to the best Netflix movies and the best Netflix shows.

#Netflix #series #Rotten #Tomatoes #score #compared #Skins #Sin

New Netflix series with a 100% Rotten Tomatoes score is being compared to Skins and It’s A Sin

Netflix’s new romantic coming-of-age drama Heartstopper has been getting rave reviews from fans and critics alike. 
The drama is an adaptation of the graphic novel by Alice Oseman which tells the story of teen friendship and love young. The uplifting LGBTQ+ drama focuses on teens Nick Nelson (Kit Connor) and Charlie Spring (Joe Locke) at a British grammar school.
After being made to sit next to each other one day in class, their friendship builds as openly gay Charlie develops a crush on his schoolmate. With the help of their friends, Nick and Charlie navigate their burgeoning feelings as they reassess their own identities in the romantic series.
The show has already landed itself a perfect Rotten Tomatoes score from both critics and audiences. Many have been comparing it to dramas like Skins and It’s A Sin as the adaptation is praised for its “perfect” casting.
Digital Spy’s David Opie called the show the most important British drama since It’s A Sin as it “centers queer love, affirming the feelings of young people watching who might be unsure or afraid to speak their truth”. The reviewer admits he wishes he’d had this show growing up as he opened up about hopes it can help young queer people learn they don’t have to “fit the mold”. 
The Guardian’s Rebecca Nicholson gives it four stars, hailing it as “possibly the loveliest show on TV”. While revealing she’s not the show’s target audience, she praised the adaptation’s “wholesome” tone, likening it to a “hug in TV form”.

(Image credit: NETFLIX)
Lovia Gyarkye at The Hollywood Reporter commented on its sincerity and sweetness, pointing out this is its strength. The critic calls this approach “addictive” as she says the viewing experience will “stay with you long after the credits roll”.
The show’s casting is also hailed as “perfect” as Decider’s Alex Zalben says Locke and Connor’s “chemistry is off the charts”. The reviewer also mentioned how the visuals sit somewhere between Skins and Euphoria, “without the gritty realness of the former, or the pretension and nihilism of the latter”.
Viewers have been similarly enchanted by the new series, taking to Twitter to share their joy at its release. Many admitted bingeing the show in one go as one said: “A show has never made me as happy as this one.”
Another revealed they were “losing their mind” at how much they loved the drama, commenting “my body was not made to handle so many emotions”. A third agreed, admitting: “The way I need to stop the episode every few mins so I won’t squeal and trying to pipe down my uncontrollable smile watching heartstopper.”
Others reflected on the show’s importance for teenagers now. A viewer commented: “I’m so happy this generation is growing up with more representation. To anyone out there who is questioning their sexuality and stuff, know you’re not alone and there are people out there just like you. You are amazing, you got this champ!”
Heartstopper is available to watch in full on Netflix now. If you’ve already binge-watched the show, check out our guides to the best Netflix movies and the best Netflix shows.

#Netflix #series #Rotten #Tomatoes #score #compared #Skins #Sin


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