It looks like To All the Boys I've Loved Before: P.S. I Still Love You is going to be here just in time for Valentine's Day 2020. Thanks to an announcement from Lana Condor and Noah Centino on Instagram, we now know that the sequel to the Netflix teen rom-com is coming out on February 12. And that's not the only thing that the TATB stars revealed.
On Thursday afternoon (August 15), Lana and Noah teamed up to share the exciting news on her Instagram stories. Appearing to be behind the scenes in outfits that are very Lara Jean Covey and Peter Kavinsky, the video shows Noah approaching Lana and saying, "Lana, why are you so sad?" She responds, "I'm not, I'm happy... because we have a release date for To All the Boys 2: P.S. I Still Love You!" to which Noah says "What is it?!" Then in unison, the duo says, "February 12!"
Along with knowing when we'll be getting another helping of LJ's signature scrunchies and Kavinsky's "whoa-whoa-whoas," it turns out that eagle-eyed fans were also correct about the fact that To All the Boys 3 had already been filming. In a second video, Noah goes, "Lana, why have we been filming the second To All the Boys for too long?" She responds, "I don't know but it doesn't feel right." Noah then replies, "It feels like it might not be the second," and then together they go, "But maybe the third?"
Netflix confirmed all of this in a tweet, noting that "To All The Boys: Always And Forever Lara Jean — is already in production!!!"
To All the Boys I've Loved Before was majorly popular after premiering on Netflix during the summer of 2018. Adapted from the YA series by author Jenny Han, the movie has been heralded as a major moment for Asian representation.
We've heard bits and pieces about the upcoming sequel over the past couple of months. From what has been announced, it seems like it will loosely follow the happenings in the book series. 13 Reasons Why star Ross Butler and Rent: Live! performer Jordan Fisher will also be joining the cast. If you need us, we'll be counting down the days until February 12.
Originally Appeared on Teen Vogue