With sex, love triangles and a lot of ‘juicy drama’, the official trailer for the Heartbreak High was more than worth the wait.

Premiering 11 April on Netflix, the official synopsis for the long-awaited second season reads: “All our heroes are back for Term Two at the ‘lowest ranking school in the district’.

“But fresh hotties, a new sports teacher and a mystery assailant, throw any hopes for a peaceful term into disarray, while the race for school captain is seeing dirty tactics run rife through Hartley High.

“Yep… It’s Term Two bitches, and it’s more chaotic than ever.”

The entire cast of season one will return: Ayesha Madon as Amerie Wadia, James Majoos as Darren Rivers, Chloé Hayden as Quinni Gallagher-Jones, Asher Yasbincek as Harper McLean, Thomas Weatherall as Malakai Mitchell and Will McDonald as Ca$h Piggott.

More Australasian star power incoming: Joshua Heuston as Dusty Reid, Gemma Chua-Tran as Sasha So, Bryn Chapman-Parish as Spider White, Sherry-Lee Watson as Missy Beckett, Brodie Townsend as Ant Vaughn, Chika Ikogwe as Jojo Obah, Scott Major as Peter Rivers and Rachel House as Stacy Woods.

Season two will introduce “fresh hotties” Rowan Callaghan (Sam Rechner) and Zoe Clarke (Kartanya Maynard), the former of which is described as “an unassuming country boy with a dry wit and a passion for classic cinema who finds himself thrown headfirst into the chaos of Hartley High and a truly epic love triangle.”

The trailer reveals that Rowan will be vying for the attention of both Amerie and Malaki, with the latter telling him: “You should know, Amerie and me, we’re not together, but we’re also not not together.”

Zoe will also cause a bit of drama, too, with Netflix describing her character as “an opinionated celibacy advocate who, along with her gang of Puriteens, threatens to bring down the SLT class from within.”

As we mentioned in our headline, the trailer is horny as hell, with shirtless scenes from both Dusty and Malakai, as well as passionate make-out and sex sequences with, well, everyone.

The first season of Heartbreak High received universal critical acclaim, with praise aimed at the writing, the cast’s performances and the diverse representation of the LGBTQIA+ community.

It was a monster hit for Netflix, reaching the top 10 in over 43 countries. The #HeartbreakHigh hashtag also amassed over 300 million views on TikTok.

You can watch the first official trailer for Heartbreak High season two here or below.