A new teen drama joins the list of Prime Video series to watch this summer.
After the Netflix movies To all the boys I’ve lovedPrime video in turn adapts Jenny Han’s “Young Adult” novels, in this case another literary saga, namely the Trilogy The Summer I Became Pretty (published by Albin Michel between 2011 and 2012) or The Summer I Turned Pretty.
Available on the platform from June 17, it will delight fans and those in need of teenage romance. We find Isabel “Belly” Conklin, who spends her summers at Cousin’s Beach with her mother and older brother, as well as her mother’s best friend and her sons. During a very specific summer, she will know her first love but also her first heartache.
The trailer right here:
In the casting, we find Jackie Chung (Grey’s Anatomy), Sean Kaufman (Most Wanted Criminal), Alfredo Narciso (Demolition), Minnie Mills in his first role Colin Ferguson (Eureka) and Tom Everett Scott (The Bewitched Mountain). The author Jenny Han is co-writer of the series with Gabrielle Stanton. The two women are also producers, alongside Karen Rosenfelt, Hope Hartman, Mads Hansen and Nne Ebong.
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