Yesterday, one and a half years later, the sequel P.S. I Still Love You premiered on the streaming service and already the world is eager to know if a third movie will be released.
And the answer is, yes!
To All The Boys I Loved Before is based on a book by Jenny Han and there are three books in the series. So it’s not a question of if there will be a third film, but when.
Last August, Netflix confirmed via Twitter that the third flick, officially titled To All The Boys: Always And Forever Lara Jean, went into production two months after the second film finished shooting.
And, filming has already wrapped up on number three. "We finished shooting it," Lana revealed on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon. "It's done. We shot two and three [back to back]."
Currently in post-production, there’s a good chance we may see the third and final installment of the series as soon as mid-2020.
Until then, here’s a spoiler about what we can expect to happen in To All The Boys I've Loved Before 3:
By this point, Lara Jean and Peter Kavinsky are in their final year of high school and dealing with college applications and the possibility of not getting into the same university...which they don’t. Peter gets into the University of Virginia, where Lara was hoping to also go, but she gets accepted at William and Mary (which is at least in Virginia) and the University of North Carolina instead.
Loved-up Peter contemplates giving up his athletic scholarship to follow Lara, so Peter’s mother goes behind his back and asks Lara to break up with him. She gets drunk and dumps him. Regretting her decision, Lara tells Peter she loves him and they end up getting back together.
At least, that’s how the story goes in the book.