Netflix announced the glorious news in a video uploaded to their official Instagram account. The film’s breakout stars, Noah Centineo, Lana Condor and Jordan Burchett can be seen holding cue cards that confirm the second film will be premiering on February 12 and a third film is currently in production. Anyone else losing their sh*t right now?
We might be eagerly awaiting the second instalment of To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before, but Netflix has gone ahead and answered our future prayers by confirming a third film is in the works.
“Hey, it’s me, Lana, Noah [and] Jordan. You guys have been so supportive and loving and patient. So let’s just say, our movie is coming soon! What, you want move? To All The Boys P.S. I Still Love You premieres February 12! We almost forgot something. The third film To All The Boys Always And Forever, Lara Jean is in production,” the message read.
Teen heart-throb Noah also confirmed the news on his Instagram in a video of him and Lana sitting in a trailer. “That’ll do. TATB 2 – Feb 12. TATB 3 – TBD. ON NETFLIX,” he wrote. That’ll do, indeed.
The films are based on Jenny Han’s teen romance books so we presume the film will be based on her third novel Always and Forever, Lara Jean, which focuses on the end of high school and Lana’s struggles in her relationship with Peter.
Since To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before first aired on Netflix in 2018, it has gained a global cult following – and not just amongst teens. The drama romance about a girl whose secret love letters was of Netflix’s most successful releases ever with over 80 million subscribers tuning in within the first few weeks of its release, so it’s hardly surprising to see the franchise is growing.
While we await a release date for the third movie, we can sleep in peace knowing our Valentine’s day plans are officially sorted. Who needs a date when you’ve got Lana and Peter back in your life, anyway?