'To All The Boys I've Loved Before' Sequel Is Officially Happening

By Emily Lee

December 20, 2018

It looks like Christmas came early this year! Netflix announced on Wednesday (Dec. 19) that To All The Boys I've Loved Before is officially getting a sequel! That's right: Lara Jean Covey and Peter Kovinsky will be back for more swoon-worthy romance and everybody remain calm.  

Netflix made the exciting announcement on Twitter with a cute video starring Lana Condor and Noah Centineo after months of speculation about a sequel. "I am so excited it's officially official. We are making the To All The Boys sequel," Condor says. "Bring on the sequel!" Centineo adds. 

The announcement video also teases a new love interest for Lara Jean in the sequel. John Ambrose McClaren is a major character in P.S. I Still Love You, the second book in Young Adult author Jenny Han's beloved trilogy that the movies are based on. He even showed up in a mid-credits scene in the first movie, played by Jordan Burtchett, teasing the sequel and a future love triangle. 

For fans of the To All The Boys books, the possibility of seeing John Ambrose McClaren on screen has been one of the biggest reasons they've campaigned so hard for the sequel.  "Oh my god. What?" Condor says during a mysterious phone call at the end of the video. "You'll make the perfect John Ambrose!" This little bit implies that the role is being recast for the sequel and that it's an actor we'd recognize. 

There are no details about when the sequel will hit Netflix yet, but, needless to say, we're so ready for it.

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