Confirmed: “To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before” Is Getting a Sequel

Netlfix has officially announced that there will be a sequel to the teen comedy film “To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before”. The first film was released in August 2018 and is based on Jenny Han’s Young Adult novel of the same name. It follows Lara Jean Song Covey who has written secret love letters to five boys but they have never been sent – until now… Those five letters mysteriously get sent out and now she has to face each one of their recipients -letdowns, laughs and love ensue.

The teaser below gives the announcement but also confirms the inclusion of John Ambrose – a name that gets mentioned in the post-credits scene of the first film. The book the film was based on is actually part of a trilogy and John Ambrose plays a major role in the second book which is titled “P.S. I Still Love You” – and with the teaser stating “P.S. It’s Official” there’s a good change the the second film will use the book’s title.


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