Everything We Know About the To All the Boys I've Loved Before Sequel

We want more Lara Jean Covey and Peter Kavinsky, and lucky for us, we're getting it.

After the success of last summer's rom-com To All the Boys I've Loved Before, Netflix is bringing us a sequel. We'll get to see what happens now that LJ and Peter have gone from fake S.O.s to a real (and adorable!) couple. And P.S. We're so excited.

Keep scrolling to read our guide to the TATBILB sequel. As a warning, there are some spoilers from the first movie as well as the first two books ahead, so read at your own risk!

What is the movie called?

Netflix hasn't confirmed the film's title as of this writing, but we strongly suspect it will be P.S. I Still Love You. The original movie is based on the first book in Jenny Han's To All the Boys series, and so the sequel will likely have the same title as the second book does.

To All the Boys I've Loved Before: Lara Jean and Peter cuddling on the bus home from the ski trip

(To All the Boys I've Loved Before via Netflix)


What will the sequel be about?

There were some differences between the first movie and book, so we don't know yet how closely the second movie will follow P.S. I Still Love You. There are definitely signs, though, that there will be a lot of plot overlaps. One major one will be the arrival of a new character, John Ambrose McClaren, who might spell trouble for Lara Jean and Peter.

John Ambrose McClaren in To All the Boys I've Loved Before

(To All the Boys I've Loved Before via Netflix)

If you watched till the very end of TATBILB, you already got a glimpse of John Ambrose—sort of. He showed up at Lara Jean's house with one of her letters, but he was played by Jordan Burtchett (above) in the brief scene. While John Ambrose does have an important role in the sequel, he'll now be portrayed by Rent: Live star, Jordan Fisher. His casting was announced in late March, and producer Matt Kaplan teased that "there isn't a more perfect guy who could believably shake things up in Lara Jean and Peter's world."

Lana introduced Jordan to fans in a video:

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There are other new characters popping up, too. Emmy winner Holland Taylor and Sarayu Blue's casting was reported by Deadline in early April, and author Jenny Han then shared via Twitter that they'll play two characters from P.S. I Still Love You. Holland will play Stormy, a feisty elderly woman who Lara Jean befriends, while Sarayu will be Trina, a neighbor who Lara's sister Kitty wants to date their dad. In addition to both of those women, 13 Reasons Why actor Ross Butler has joined as Trevor, Peter's best friend.


What else can we expect?

The three Covey sisters—Lara Jean, Kitty and Margot—are back together. The actresses have been showing proof on social media, including this sweet group hug photo from Lana. Cute, no?

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When does the sequel premiere?

The film is in production now, but unfortunately, Netflix hasn't revealed its release date yet. We're stuck in suspense for the time being. In the meantime, though, we can keep rewatching To All the Boys I've Loved Before and reliving the magic.


We've already made a list of the things we want to see in the sequel. HERE are our five TATBILB 2 requests.