The Summer I Turned Pretty Season 2 Finally Has a Release Date

Mark your calendars because the release date for season two of The Summer I Turned Pretty— starring Lola Tung, Christopher Briney and Gavin Casalegno—has been revealed.

By Elyse Dupre May 05, 2023 5:11 PMTags
Watch: The Summer I Turned Pretty Season 2 Has a Release Date

This summer just got even better.

Why? Because after months of teasing us on social media, The Summer I Turned Pretty season two finally has a premiere date. Amazon Prime Video announced on May 5 that three episodes will drop on July 14 followed by new episodes weekly until the season finale on Aug. 18. So, mark your calendars.

The cast helped out with the big reveal, too. In a behind-the-scenes video, Lola Tung, Christopher Briney, Gavin Casalegno, Sean Kaufman, Rain Spencer, David Iacono and Elsie Fisher are all seen sitting together for a shoot when the topic of summer plans comes up. Cue a text from author and creator Jenny Han that features the episode titles and release dates.

Wanting to share the exciting news with their fans, the stars begin to post the update on social media—that is until Jenny replies, "OMG WRONG CHAT." And while the group tries to delete their posts, the word has already spread.

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Season two—which also features Jackie ChungRachel Blanchard and Kyra Sedgwick—is based on Jenny's second book in the trilogy, It's Not Summer Without You, though expect some differences from the page to the screen.

Last season, fans watched Belly (Lola) get caught in a love triangle with longtime friends Conrad (Christopher) and Jeremiah (Gavin) during their annual getaway to Cousins Beach. And as she continues to navigate where she stands with both, she's now faced with new challenges, including the health of Susannah (Rachel).

"With Conrad and Jeremiah fighting over her heart and the return of Susannah's cancer, she's not sure summer will ever be the same," described a press release from Prime Video. "When an unexpected visitor threatens the future of Susannah's beloved house, Belly has to rally the gang to come together—and to decide once and for all where her heart lies."

Can't wait until then? In the meantime, check out more shows' release dates below.

American Horror Story: Delicate (FX) - Sept. 20

AHS: Delicate features an all-star cast including Emma Roberts, Kim Kardashian and Cara Delevingne.

Sex Education (Netflix) - Sept. 21

Netflix's coming-of-age comedy returns for its fourth and final season Sept. 21.

Love Is Blind (Netflix) - Sept. 22

Singles who want to be loved for who they are have signed up for a less conventional approach to modern dating in Houston, and will choose someone to marry without ever meeting them. Over several weeks, the newly engaged couples will move in together, plan their wedding and find out if their physical connection matches their strong emotional bond developed in the Pods. When their wedding day arrives, will real-world realities and external factors push them apart, or will they marry the person they fell blindly in love with? 

The Continental: From the World of John Wick (Peacock) - Sept. 22

Peacock's three-part event kicks off Sept. 22.

Krapopolis (Fox) - Sept. 24

Set in mythical ancient Greece, the new animated comedy tells the story of a dysfunctional family of humans, gods and monsters trying to run one of the world's first cities.

The Voice (NBC) - Sept. 25

Reba McEntire joins season 24 of the singing competition alongside returning coaches Gwen Stefani, Niall Horan and John Legend.

Special Forces: World's Toughest Test (Fox) - Sept. 25

Season two of the intense Fox competition series will feature celebrity contestants Tom Sandoval, Tyler Cameron, Savannah Chrisley, Blac Chyna, JoJo Siwa, Nick Viall, Brian Austin Green, Dez Bryant, Robert Horry, Erin Jackson, Bode Miller, Jack Osbourne, Tara Reid and Kelly Rizzo.

The Irrational (NBC) - Sept. 25

The new drama follows world-renowned professor of behavioral science Alec Mercer (Jesse L. Martin) as he lends his unique expertise on an array of high-stakes cases involving governments, law enforcement and corporations. His insight and unconventional approach to understanding human behavior lead him and the team on a series of intense, unexpected journeys to solve illogical puzzles and perplexing mysteries.

The Masked Singer (Fox) - Sept. 27

The celebrity singing competition returns for season 10 Wednesday, Sept. 27.

Snake Oil (Fox) - Sept. 27

In the new David Spade-hosted game show, contestants are pitched unique products by convincing entrepreneurs—some of whom are showcasing real business ventures, while the others are "Snake Oil Salesmen."

Love in Fairhope (Hulu) - Sept. 27

If you were given the chance to bring your fantasy love story to life on TV, how would it look? This uniquely unscripted romantic series follows five women at different stages in their lives as they experience reimagined romance in the picturesque small town of Fairhope, Alabama, a tight-knit community where everyone knows everyone else’s business and matters of the heart matter most.

The Golden Bachelor & Bachelor in Paradise - Sept. 28

Thursdays this fall are looking particularly rosy. Fans will watch Gerry Turner hand out the roses as the first Golden Bachelor when the show premieres on Thursday, Sept. 28 and run from 8 - 9:01 p.m. EST on ABC. Fans will then watch the cast of Bachelor in Paradise search for love in Mexico when season nine debuts right after from 9:01 to 11 p.m. EST.

Hell's Kitchen (Fox) - Sept. 28

Gordon Ramsey returns for season 22 of the cooking competition.

Found (NBC) - Oct. 3

In any given year, more than 600,000 people are reported missing in the U.S. More than half that number are people of color that the country seems to forget about. A public relations specialist, who was once herself one of those forgotten ones, and her crisis management team now make sure there is always someone looking out for the forgotten missing people. But unbeknownst to anyone, this everyday hero is hiding a chilling secret of her own.

The cast includes Shanola Hampton, Mark-Paul Gosselaar, Kelli Williams, Brett Dalton, Gabrielle Walsh, Arlen Escarpeta and Karan Oberoi.

The Spencer Sisters (CW) - Oct. 4

Starring Lea Thompson and Stacey Farber

BECKHAM (Netflix) - Oct. 4

BECKHAM, a four-part documentary series, tells the inside story of a global football star and cultural icon. David Beckham is one of the most known names on the planet, yet few people know who he really is. From his humble working-class beginnings in east London, his drive and determination to win, and the battle to find balance between ambition, love and family, David’s story is one of immense ups and downs.

Magnum P.I. (NBC) - Oct. 4

The remake starring Jay Hernandez returns for its final season Oct. 4.

Quantum Leap (NBC) - Oct. 4

The reboot starring Raymond Lee returns Oct. 4 for season two.

House of Villains (E!) - Oct. 12

E! is assembling the most iconic cast of reality TV baddies for some cut-throat competition on the new series, premiering Thursday, Oct. 12.

Transplant (NBC) - Oct. 12

The series follows the life of Bashir "Bash" Hamed (Hamza Haq) as he begins a new life in Canada after fleeing his war-torn homeland with his young sister.

Frasier (Paramount+) - Oct. 12

Starring Kelsey Grammer, who reprises his Emmy-Award-winning role as Frasier Crane, the 10-episode revival premieres Oct. 12.

Goosebumps (Disney+ and Hulu) - Oct. 13

Goosebumps, the chilling new series inspired by R.L. Stine's worldwide bestselling Scholastic book series, is set to debut across both Disney+ and Hulu on Friday, Oct. 13.

FBOY Island (CW) - Oct. 16

Nikki Glaser-hosted dating reality competition.

Son of a Critch (CW) - Oct. 16

New Monday night comedy.

Run the Burbs (CW) - Oct. 16

New Monday night comedy.

Everyone Else Burns (CW) - Oct. 16

New Monday night comedy.

Wolf Like Me (Peacock) - Oct. 19

In season two, Isla Fisher and Josh Gad's characters are expecting—they just don't know if they are having a human baby or a wolf cub.

American Horror Stories (Hulu) - Oct. 26

The AHS anthology series, which features a different horror story each episode, returns Oct. 26.

The Wall (NBC) - Nov. 3

The trivia game with millions on the line, hosted by Chris Hardwick, returns Nov. 3.

NCIS: Sydney (CBS) - Nov. 13

CBS will take American viewers down under with NCIS: Sydney, the first-ever international edition of the top-rated television franchise. 

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