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‘To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before’ Is Officially Getting a Sequel!

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So, by now you’ve hopefully watched To All the Boys I’ve Loved on Netflix and have become totally enamored with Lara Jean and Peter Freaking Kavinsky. If you haven’t…I don’t want to encourage you to not read this article, but I also feel it is my duty to demand you do so for your own sake. I mean, this is what you’re missing:

Peter, with the beautiful eyes. Siiiiigh.

After months of hoping and praying, Netflix has finally confirmed that the film has been greenlit for its highly anticipated sequel – something we knew we needed at right about this moment in the film:

The film will mark the first project under Netflix’s new multi-picture deal with Paramount that was announced last month. Viacom, which owns Paramount, confirmed the sequel via CEO Bob Bakish who also revealed that AwesomenessTV will produce the follow-up film once more.

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To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before was the first film adaption of Jenny Han’s trilogy series. So, after its unprecedented success, which Bakish claimed was “one of the most-viewed films of all time on the platform” a sequel seemed inevitable. Plus, people need to know that there’s more to the arrival of John Ambrose McClaren than meets the eye.

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John Ambrose wasn’t introduced as some sort of fan service for movie-watchers who simply wanted to see Lara Jeans’s fifth letter get some closure. Peter and Lara may have gotten their happy ending, but they’ve got a long road ahead of them now that their relationship isn’t “fake” anymore and one of those challenges (at least in the books) is John Ambrose.

“The struggle of what that means and not having a contract and trust — all those issues that they talk about on the field at the very last scene. Relationships are hard to navigate and they’ll find themselves in one. And they’ll discover what the next person might bring in John Ambrose McClaren,” director Susan Johnson explained to  Entertainment Tonight earlier this year.

I’m sorry, what?

All we know right now is that Johnson and the rest of the cast, including Noah Centineo and Lana Condor, will be back for the sequel, which is currently called P.S. I Still Love You, although Bakish did say that it “might have a sexier title over time.”

Are you excited for the sequel? Want to catch up on the books before the movie? You can purchase the whole trilogy here. Let us know! 

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