To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before 2 And 3 Have Been Confirmed! Here’s Everything We Know

They're already working on the third one!

If you fell in love with Peter Kavinsky and Lara Jean in the very sweet Netflix movie To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before, we’ve got some great news.

A second and third film have been confirmed by the cast!

Actors Lana Condor, Noah Centineo, and Jordan Fisher (who will be in the sequel) took to Instagram to reveal all.

Using placards (perfect for a rom com announcement) the cast revealed that the second one will be called To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before: PS I Still Love You.

They also shared the release date, February 12th, which is just in time for V-Day!

At the very end, the cast also announce that the third and final film has also been confirmed.

Already in production, number 3 will be called Always And Forever, Lara Jean. Cute!

So what can we expect from the new movies?

If you’ve read the books by Jenny Han you’ll know what to expect from the sequels, but if not, allow us to give you some hints…

If you’re a die-hard fan, you’ll remember that John Ambrose, the last of the boys to receive a letter from Lara Jean and turns up at her door in a post-credit scene.

While they’ve swapped the actor, John has a pretty big role in the second film.

Jordan Fisher will play John, who will be Peter’s love rival.

There are other new cast members including Holland Taylor, who will play John’s nana.

All of our faves will return for the second movie at least, including Lara Jean’s sisters and her dad who happens to be Aidan from Sex and The City.

The plot will see some trouble in paradise as John steps in and Peter seemingly messes up quite a bit. Oh no!

Hopefully though it all works out and there are loads of sweet moments that will remind us why we loved the first one so much.

Only five months to go…