Belly, Conrad, and Jeremiah are headed back to the small screen, but fans of The Summer I Turned Pretty will have to wait until next year to find out what’s going on at Cousins Beach.

The Amazon Prime Video series, based on Jenny Han’s trilogy of young adult romance novels, will air its third season in the summer of 2025, Deadline reports.

Han’s trilogy kicked off in 2009 with The Summer I Turned Pretty, which was followed by It’s Not Summer Without Youand We’ll Always Have Summer. The books and series follow Isabel "Belly" Conklin, a teenage girl who spends her summers at a beach house, and who is involved in a love triangle with two brothers, Conrad and Jeremiah Fisher.

The series, created by Han, stars Lola Tung as Belly, Christopher Briney as Conrad, and Gavin Casalegno as Jeremiah. Other cast members include Sean Kaufman, Jackie Chung, and Rachel Blanchard. It premiered in 2022, and the second season aired the following year. The show has been a hit for Amazon, particularly among young women.

Han announced that the third season, which will have 11 episodes, would air next year at Amazon’s upfront presentation. Actor Briney said, “We’ve all been so close. It’s our third year, which is kind of crazy. I miss them a lot. We were away for a while…so it’s good to be back, reunited, where it all started.”

Han also posted a video on Instagram featuring the cast members playing beach volleyball. “See you summer 2025!” a smiling Tung says to the camera at the end.

Michael Schaub is a contributing writer.