Welcome to the newest Young Royals Season 3 on Netflix: actually, not yet, of course. Although the 3rd season of the program hasn’t officially been announced, it’s hard to argue with a show that combines Heartstopper, Skam, and The Crown into one compelling show to be canceled, so we are sure to see Young Royals Season 3 soon. And that’s more true now that Season 2 ended on a cliffhanger, and fans are demanding to see a Young Royals Season 3.
Keep yourself secure and follow us here as we fill you in on all the details of Sweden’s Young Royals Season 3 on Netflix, which is full of intrigue and drama as the other seasons had been.
Young Royals Season 3 Release Date
Young Royals’ first 2 seasons were separated by over a year and a half, but Young Royals Season 3 may come out sooner than Season 2 did now that COVID limitations appear to be lifted: if true, the delivery date might be in the winter of 2023. That, however, is contingent upon how soon a Young Royals Season 3 renewal is revealed. Netflix normally decides whether to renew a show a month or so after the start of a new season, but if it takes longer than that, the release date may be pushed out to 2024.
However, we would be quite shocked if Young Royals were to be abruptly canceled, with that cliffhanger, there is a ton more to explore for the show’s dedicated followers. You can anticipate seeing the majority of the following characters return for a 3rd season since Young Royals wouldn’t be the program it is without those Young Royals and Simon. We expect to see Edvin Ryding as Sweden’s Prince Wilhelm, Omar Rudberg as Simon Eriksson, Malte Grainger in the role of August of Rnäs, Sara Eriksson by Frida Argento, and Felice Ehrencrona by Nikita Uggla.
Inti Zamora Sobrado as Ayub, Simon’s buddy from Bjärstad; Beri Gerwise as Rosh, Simon’s friend from Bjärstad; Pernilla August as Queen Kristina of Sweden; and Carmen Gloria Pérez as Linda, Simon and Sara’s mother are all expected to join them in the supporting cast for Young Royals Season 3. Leonard Terfelt plays Micke, the father of Simon and Sara, while Ingela Olsson plays Miss Anette Lilja, the principal of Hillerska, and we will probably see them too in the next season.
Ivar Forsling, who plays Prince Erik, is one important cast member who most likely won’t be coming back: Wilhelm’s elder brother only sometimes appeared in flashbacks after his passing at the conclusion of Season 1 due to time. The hidden romance between Simon and Prince Wilhelm of Sweden has dominated the first 2 seasons of Young Royals, however, following the betrayal at the conclusion of Season 1, this relationship got much more problematic. At one point, Simon even started seeing someone else to forget Wil.
Young Royals Season 2 Ending Explained
We know you want to remember the 2nd season ending before you start Young Royals Season 3. Jubilee Day approaches, and Royal Proceedings begin as Season 2, Episode 6 nears its conclusion: Sara leaves the university with a bag in August and he attempts to have a casual conversation with her, but Sara leaves. She calls the police to “report a crime” while she is moving, and we’ll have to wait until later seasons to learn what crime is being kept a secret.
Simon informs Wilhelm before the speech that he despises August and doesn’t want him to sabotage their relationship, and Wilhelm is told by Simon that he is ready to keep their connection a secret, but he doesn’t want them to keep any other secrets. And that is how Season 2 ends with Simon and Wilhelm getting together, which will be developed more in Young Royals Season 3. Wilhelm then makes his speech in front of everyone, and in front of the audience, his anxieties are obvious, yet he still continues the speech.
Wilhelm changes his mind throughout the speech and admits there is a problem as he talks about old-fashioned customs and secrets and how he wishes to abandon them in favor of contemporary values. He acknowledges that he was in the sex tape, and Simon is facing Wilhelm when he smiles. It means their relationship will not be secret anymore, so Simon looks released from all the drama in that scene.
Young Royals Season 2 Review
Everybody adores this television series: it depicts the difficulties adolescents have in embracing their sexuality as well as the difficulties most adolescents face in having their parents accept them. Even though it was fantastic, this season had more discord, disputes, and negativity than the 1st, which had more affection and small problems. We are hoping the 3rd season of this show is taken up so we may revisit Simon and Wilhem’s youthful romance.
When we felt like Season 2 couldn’t top the 1st season, we were totally wrong as the characters have greater depth and exhibit genuine feelings. Many just intended to watch the 1st episode, but ended up watching the entire season in one sitting. There are many people who adore this program, making it definitely essential to see.