The Summer I Turned Pretty is coming to the little screen in June! The series, which depends on the books by Jenny Han (Yes, the writer behind the To All the Boys set of three!), is a story about growing upset to take hearts this late spring.
The story centers around Isabel also called Belly. As the title clarifies, we’ll be dropped into the season where most youngsters are having a good time in the sun. Midsection’s been making heads turn, something once unfamiliar to her.
This consideration, be that as it may, likewise places her in a circle of drama between two siblings who additionally end up being her companions. Sentiments are troublesome in typical conditions, however when you’re trapped in the center between two individuals you care about, well… things are inclined to take an emotional turn.
Han fills in as showrunner for the series alongside Gabrielle Stanton. The creator additionally composed the pilot and is a chief maker on the show too. For aficionados of her work, that is certain to be a gigantic alleviation in light of the fact that its transformation is solidly in her grasp.
Here’s inclining further toward the impending show!
The Summer I Turned Pretty Release Date
The series will debut Friday, June 17 on Prime Video. Season 1 comprises seven episodes. As this is a show in light of a book series, resulting seasons could follow in the event that there’s sufficient interest.
Cast Members of Season 1
- Lola Tung as Isabel
- Jackie Chung as Laurel
- Rachel Blanchard as Susannah
- Christopher Briney as Conrad
- Gavin Casalegno as Jeremiah
- Sean Kaufman as Steven
- Alfredo Narciso as Cleveland
- Minnie Mills as Shayla
- Colin Ferguson as John Conklin
- Tom Everett Scott as Adam Fisher
The Summer I Turned Pretty Abstract
The authority abstract from Amazon Studios: The Summer I Turned Pretty is a multigenerational dramatization that depends on a circle of drama between one young lady and two siblings, the consistently developing connection among moms and their youngsters, and the getting through force areas of strength for of kinship.
It is a story about growing up about first love, first tragedy, and the wizardry of that one wonderful summer.