Cue in the "Woah woah woah", Covinsky shippers! To All The Boys I've Loved Before is getting sequel on Netflix, and we're getting it soon!
The sequel was announced by Lana Condor herself in an Instagram video, with a little appearance by Noah Centineo. Check it out here:
Following Condor's Instagram post, Netflix also announced the sequel in the most meta way possible: through a letter!
Netflix still hasn't announced what the sequel might be called or what it's going to be about, but Lana Condor already gave us a bit of a teaser on a new character that will probably an important role in the upcoming film - John Ambrose. As to who will be playing the character's grown-up version is also still yet to be announced.
For now, fans who are dying to know what happens to our favorite couple could start reading and rereading the books to get themselves ready for another wave of kilig!
To All the Boys I've Loved Before premiered on Netflix back in August, and follows Lara Jean Covey whose love life goes out of control when all the love letter she wrote for every boy she's ever loved gets mysteriously mailed out. It's based on a 2014 novel by Jenny Han, and stars Lana Condor, Noah Centineo, John Corbett, and more.
You can stream the film on Netflix.