Summertime Season 2 release date? Is Summertime TV series cancelled or renewed for Season 2? When will it start on Netflix? Stop looking and start watching! We have the latest Summertime Season 2 cancellation and renewal status — and premiere date news.
Is "Summertime" returning for Season 2? When is next season of Summertime coming out on Netflix? 🤔 Find out below!:
Summertime Season 2 Release Date
More Netflix Series
- When Does Snabba Cash Season 2 Start on Netflix? Release Date, Status & News
- The Way of the Househusband Season 2 Release Date on Netflix; When Does It Start?
- When Does The Big Day Season 3 Start on Netflix? Release Date, Status & News
- ‘My Love: Six Stories of True Love’ Season 2 on Netflix; Release Date & Updates
A modern love story, set during a summer on the Adriatic coast. An undeniable attraction unites Ale and Summer, two people from very different worlds. Inspired by Federico Moccia’s books, this series follows Summer, who longs to leave her small town and see the world, as she meets Ale, a motorcyclist.
There are certain Summers that made us who we are. And the protagonists of Summertime 2 are about to live one of them. Summer, Edo, Sofia, Ale and Dario will discover what growing up really means: being able to make choices, experiencing love like they’ve never done before and accepting that sometimes, Summer is the most difficult season of all. But it’s also the one we’ll remember forever.
Summertime, season 2, coming June 3 only on Netflix.
For even more Summertime cancellation and renewal news, check out here. You can see all upcoming shows on our Upcoming TV Shows (2020-21) page. We also have a very handy "What's Fresh" page where you can see all brand new tv and streaming series.
TV & Streaming News
- Power Couple Teyana Taylor and Iman Shumpert Serve Relationship Goals on E!’s New Series “We Got Love Teyana & Iman” Premiering Thursday, September 2nd
- Disney+’s “This Is Me: Pride Celebration Spectacular” to Premiere on YouTube and Facebook in June
- Nickelodeon Introduces “The Patrick Star Show” and “Middlemost Post,” Debuting Back to Back Friday, July 9