We are counting down the days until the highly anticipated sequel To all the boys I loved before debuts on Netflix, but we're also looking forward to the possibility of a third film in the rom-com series. The Jenny Han novels that inspired the films are a trilogy, and there's good news: the third and final film is definitely a try on Netflix.
In August 2019, during the Instagram announcement of the premiere date of the second film, To all guys: P.S. I still love youStars Lana Condor, Noah Centineo and Jordan Fisher had some news: "The third film, To all boys: Always and forever, Lara Jeanis in production! "As it turned out, this announcement was somewhat understated: the third film was not only in production, but was almost completed.
Just a few days later Centineo said goodbye to Peter Kavinsky: "Tonight was my last night as Peter Kavinsky. I hope you all love these last installments as much as we do. Thank you for the opportunity to be yours forever. Thank you Lana, thank you Michael, thanks Matt, thanks Netflix, thanks everyone who shared this story with us. "A few days later, Condor was the one who tweeted her farewell to Wrap Day:" Many of you today To all the boys Cast wraps. , , and we're shooting the final scene of the entire franchise. , , Needless to say I avoided eye contact because I know I will burst into tears. "
The last episode of the series has no release date yet, but the release year is listed as 2020 on the IMDb page. Could we possibly get a double dose of? To all the boys this year? Only time will tell, but in the meantime we have the new characters and the new love triangle P.S. I still love you to get through debuts on Netflix on February 12.