May 10, 2024

Netflix has announced that Heartbreak High has been picked up for a third and final season. The news comes a month after the teen dramedy released its sophomore run, which premiered in April as one of the most popular shows both in Australia and around the world, plus ranking in the Global Top 10 English TV Series list for three consecutive weeks.

"She never got the letter - but now we get to see what happens next!," said Netflix Director of Content ANZ, Que Minh Luuk. "Renewing Heartbreak High for its final season is a major point of pride for us at Netflix. It has been a joy to work with the utterly cooked creative minds behind our favourite Aussie YA show and to bring our stories, our culture and our in-jokes to all the fans here at home and throughout the world. See you at muck up day."

In the series, which is a reboot of the 1994 Australian show of the same name, an incendiary mural is found graffitied on the school wall of Hartley High, which exposes everyone's secret hook-ups. Caught as the culprit, its author, Amerie, has to deal with the fallouts as a complete outcast.