Do you still have To All the Boys I've Loved Before on loop for those giddy teenage feels? Well, the Netflix romcom's lead stars Lana Condor and Noah Centineo have just announced that its sequel will finally be premiering on February 12, 2020! It's an early Valentine's Day gift we're totally excited about!
The upcoming flick—titled To All the Boys: P.S. I Still Love You—picks up where the first film left off, but with the addition of John Ambrose McLaren (played by Jordan Fisher), an old flame from Lara Jean Covey's past. Interesting. We can't wait to see how Peter Kavinsky's going to deal.
That said, it ain't over just yet! The potential love triangle plot is enough to have you on your toes, so you'll adore even more that the series' third installation is already in the works! "Hey guys, we are on the set of To All The Boys 3," Noah reveals in the Instagram clip below. "We are shooting To All the Boys 3," Lana giddily echoes, and honestly, that's all the proof you need.
Based on the third and final book in the trilogy written by Jenny Han, To All the Boys: Always and Forever, Lara Jean doesn't have a release date just yet. Still, isn't their sheer excitement infectious? We can't wait!