The Summer I Turned Pretty’s second season will finally release on Prime Video on Thursday, July 13. Whether or not you’ve read the novel, the trailer already foreshadows another season full of turmoil.
After the events of season 1, Belly (Lola Tung) finds herself at odds with Jeremiah (Gavin Casalegno) and Conrad (Christopher Briney), so expect a season full of themes of mourning, maturing, and, of course, youthful love. Both of her brothers are still fighting for her affection, and although Belly tries to sift through her emotions, external forces like Susannah’s (Rachel Blanchard) recurrence of cancer and a threat on the Cousins Beach house will make her put those emotions aside and fight for what she wants.
Fans can also anticipate more Taylor Swift songs in the new episodes if the season 2 teasers are any indication. The previews include “August” from Swift’s 2020 album Folklore as well as the debut of “Back to December (Taylor’s Version)” from her recently released re-recording of 2010’s Speak Now.
Season 2 will also feature Rain Spencer as Belly’s best friend Taylor, Sean Kaufman as Steven, and Jackie Chung as Laurel, the mother of Belly and Steven. Others include Lilah Pate, Summer Madison, Jocelyn Shelfo, David Iacono, Minnie Mills, and Colin Ferguson.
How to Watch The Summer I Turned Pretty and When
The Summer I Turned Pretty will premiere its first two episodes on Thursday, July 13 at 8 p.m. ET. Thereafter, fresh episodes will air every Friday. You can watch the series for free if you have a Prime membership, or you can sign up for Prime Video to access the entire library of available content.
Already a Prime member? Click the link below to watch The Summer I Turned Pretty online, or go to the Amazon or Prime Video homepage from the app or website and select the show under the Prime Originals area.
Use the 30-day free trial of Prime Video if you are not a member to watch The Summer I Turned Pretty and other titles. Along with episodes of well-known network and cable shows, a sizable variety of original films, TV shows, and documentaries are available on Amazon’s streaming service. You can also buy or rent a number of these titles.