Young Royals: Get your first look at season three


Young Royals Season Three
Young Royals Season Three. Image: Netflix

Netflix has released the first images from gay Swedish drama Young Royals season three.

Set to premiere in March, the final season will focus on the aftermath of Prince Wilhelm (Edvin Rying), the future King of Sweden, telling the press that he had leaked the risque video with his lover Simon (Omar Rudberg).

This was moments after Simon finally confessed his love and told Wilhelm that he wants to be with him.

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The synopsis reads: “Wilhelm’s speech has consequences not only in the court but also throughout the school, as Hillerska confronts the worst crisis in the school’s history.

“The prince and Simon are determined to be together, but what are they willing to sacrifice when realising that their freedom and love might be at odds with the Royal ideals, traditions and responsibilities?”

In anticipation of season three, Netflix has released eight images to give fans a sneak peek at what’s to come.

The images have sent the Young Royals fandom into overdrive as fans emotionally prepare for the show’s final season.

Season three of Young Royals is set to premiere on Netflix in March, 2024. 

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1 Comment

  1. Michael
    11 January 2024
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    I was so keen to begin watching this after joining Netflix & catching up with 1st 2 seasons of Heartstoppers. I thought how marvellous a similar show set in Sweden, involving a young royal. I didn’t get past maybe 10 minutes when it was either all American or English cast & or dubbed and sounded horrible to me when it definitely looked too good to miss, and story & setting would be half the charm. Shame! I had some anticipation I was about to be introduced to some high quality Swedish acting. I am always happy to read subtitles if necessary. That should never be a barrier with a riveting or well told story whether drama or comedy or a combo of both.

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