Summer, beaches, and surfing. We all love to be by the beach sipping our favorite drink, watching the sunrise and sunset, and getting tanned. We often, as tourists, forget to see the locals who stay there, the vendors, the people who indulge in adventure sports, and the ones who make a living from that beach. All see it in totally different ways. It is interesting to see how the same element of nature is utilized by everyone in multiple ways, not one way being the right one.
Today is the era of unique adventure sports, surfing being one of them. What happens when a teen from New York, a complete rebel, wants to show off her surfing skills? Will she succeed? With the second season of Surviving Summer just out on Netflix recently, fans are wondering if the show would be returning for a season three. Here is all we know about Surviving Summer Season 3 so far.
Surviving Summer Season 3 renewal status:
As the second season has just dropped, it is utopian to expect a renewal status that early. As of now, the show stands at no status for season three, and based on viewership and cost-view ratio, Netflix will decide on renewing the show. Despite the show being based in Australia, a part of the show originates from the United States of America, and thus, the WGA and SAG-AFTRA strikes have their impact on the show.
Surviving Summer Season 3 expected release date:
If a renewal status is given by the end of 2023, we can expect the show by the fall lineup of 2024 as Netflix comes up with teen dramas around the fall time due to vacations in schools and colleges around the world.
Surviving Summer Season 3 expected cast:
The same characters would return for season three. They would be,
- Sky Katz as Summer Torres
- Kai Lewins as Ari Gibson
- Savannah La Rain as Bodhi Mercer
- Lilliana Bowrey as Poppy Tetanui
- Joao Gabriel Marinho as Marlon Sousa
- Josh Macqueen
- Mitchell Hardaker as Griff temple
Surviving Summer official synopsis:
The official IMDb synopsis of the show reads, “Rebellious Brooklyn teen Summer Torres is sent to live with family friends in the tiny town of Shorehaven on the Great Ocean Road, Victoria, AUS. Despite her best efforts, Summer falls in love with the town, the people and the surf.”
On the other hand, the official synopsis of Netflix reads, “Expelled from school and exiled to Australia, a rebel New York teen makes waves among a young surfer’s inner circle — and leaves a mess in her wake.”
The show follows the journey of Summer Torres, who learns surfing to show off her skills in front of her Australian friends but, in the process, encounters teenage friendships, her first romance, and a rival surfer. Will this be a rival-to-lover story? Watch the show and find out. The first season has 10 episodes, and the second season is estimated around the same numbers. It began premiering in 2022, and has 6.5/10 IMDb rating.
If you are a fan of coming-of-age teenage dramas, then do watch Never Have I Ever, To All The Boys I Have Loved Before, and The Kissing Booth, all on Netflix.
Where to watch Surviving Summer?
The show is officially available on Netflix to watch with a subscription.