Rose Matafeo and Nikesh Patel star in Starstruck, a BBC comedy series developed by Rose Matafeo, co-written with Alice Snedden, directed by Karen Maine, and starring Matafeo and Minnie Driver. Before the first season aired, a second season was ordered. The first season premiered on April 25, 2021, while the second season premiered on February 2, 2022.
A screwball comedy about a 20-something New Zealand lady who works as a nanny and works in a cinema in Hackney, London. She realizes she slept with a popular Hollywood actor during a one-night affair on New Year’s Eve.
Season one of Starstruck premiered on BBC1 in the United Kingdom on April 26th, 2021. It was available to stream on BBC iPlayer before it aired on BBC1. This series was shown on TVNZ in New Zealand and ABC TV in Australia. Later, HBO Max will broadcast this show to the general public in the United States.
Sidi and Matafeo are real-life London flatmates. The plot was inspired in part by a group of Matafeo’s Kiwi friends who met a prominent Hollywood star and stayed with him all night at a London tavern. Filming was supposed to start in March 2020, but the COVID-19 pandemic forced a postponement until October 2020. Starstruck was confirmed for a second season by HBO Max on June 10, 2021, the day it premiered on the streaming network. Russell Tovey has been added to the second season’s cast.
On review aggregator Rotten Tomatoes, Series One has a perfect score of 100 percent.
Starstruck Season 3 Release Date
Season 2 of Starstruck was premiered on BBC in the United Kingdom on 7th February 2022 and released on HBO Max on March 24th, 2022, and now can be streamed anywhere HBO Max provided their services. As, the show was just released it is quite difficult to say whether they going to update the show for another season, but by seeing the critical response we can say that there are high chances for the show to get renewed for season 3.
However, there is no official announcement came out related to this but we are assuming that next year, in 2023, they might release the 3rd season.
In a recent interview with the creators, when this question is asked, they said that they haven’t planned it yet but the is discussion is on and will be updated soon.
That’s all the news we have got, for now if we get any further information related to the show’s 3rd season or the official announcement and release date of the show, we will make sure to update the page with the latest information.
|Starstruck Season 1 Release Date||25 April 2021|
|Starstruck Season 2 Release Date||7 February 2022|
|Starstruck Season 3 Release Date||Not Announced|
Starstruck Season 3 Story
After a one-night affair in Hackney, London, a New Zealand woman believes she slept with a popular movie star on New Year’s Eve. She loses her job as a nanny after the one-night stand. There is an odd streak in Starstruck. Not in the forced, cringe-fest kind of manner, but in the genuine way that two individuals don’t know how they feel about one another. The pauses and silly silence filters are also enjoyable.
In this romantic comedy, Jessie and Tom begin on shaky ground, choosing an “unglamorous bathroom sink” as their one-night stand location. When Jessie realizes that Tom is Tom Kapoor, she is taken aback when she discovers that he is a premium brand endorser. Instead of involving everyone in her network in a new obsession, Jessie saves Tom’s phone number as “Tom Famous” and goes about her business as usual.
We witness her dancing around a London neighborhood the morning after a night with a guy she thinks she will never see again. Jessie’s pals who have heard about her remarkable start to the year know that she has the boldness and impulsive temperament to do new things whenever she wants. At the start of “Starstruck,” Jessie’s inner circle is already strengthened by those who have seen her for years. That’s because Tom is the only new man she encounters.
Where to Watch Starstruck Season 3?
Starstruck is available to stream right now on HBO Max. It was released on March 24th, 2022 to stream. Later on BBC iPlayer for the UK.