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If you haven't already binged Netflix show, Summertime, we insist you do immediately - especially if you're a Normal People fan.
The eight-part series is set - you guessed it - during summer in the town of Cesenatico, Italy. It focuses on the love story of Ale and Summer - two people from different worlds.
Ale is a former motorbike champion, rebellious and determined to be in control of his own life and future. Summer meanwhile is more introverted - she hates the summer season and is working at a hotel to financially support her mum.
Ale is originally from Rome but has taken a break from his racing after a serious accident that nearly killed him. He's under a lot of pressure from his dad to return to the sport as soon as possible - but he has lost interest.
Meanwhile, Ale's mum is the manager of the hotel where Summer is working and quickly, the pair form an undeniable bond with Ale doing everything he can to win Summer's affections.
Despite being keen to travel the world, Summer soon starts to enjoy her summer with Ale - but will their romance stand the test of time?
The sun soaked series is a classic holiday romance and is inspired by the novel, Three Meters Above The Sky by Federico Moccia.
The series stars Rebecca Coco Edogamhe as Summer and Ludovico Tersigni as Ale. Amanda Campana plays Sofia while Andrea Lattanzi stars as Daria and Giovanni Maini as Edo. It's directed by Lorenzo Sportiello and Francesco Lagi.
Fans have been going wild for the series so far, with one viewer tweeting: "Summertime on Netflix is the best show i've seen in a while."
While another wrote: "Summertime on Netflix was so good! Can't wait for season two."
Which brings us onto our next point... Netflix has already confirmed there will be a season two of the show!
The streaming platform made the announcement at the end of last month, confirming the main cast will all be returning for the next instalment - even more of a reason to binge the first series, if you ask us.
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