Netflix’s To All The Boys sequel gets its release date


A sequel to the Netflix film To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before is coming early next year. 


The sequel to Netflix’s 2018 film To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before finally has a release date, the streaming service said in a tweet Thursday. PS I Still Love You, based on the second book in a young adult series of novels by Jenny Han, is slated for a Feb. 12 release. 

Netflix also revealed that a third film, To All The Boys: Always And Forever Lara Jean, is already in production. 

The first film in the series follows the story of Lara Jean Covey (played by Lana Condor), who writes letters to all the people she’s had feelings for. She has no intention of sending the letters, but after they get out without her consent, Covey is forced to confront the addressees and come to terms with her feelings.

News of the sequel was well received on Twitter. 

“All I want is for @netflix to never stop making #ToAllTheBoys movies for the rest of my life,” Alex Goldschmidt tweeted

For some Twitter users, the February release date still seemed too far away.

“But how am I going to wait until February??? I mean… I’ll need to watch #ToAllTheBoys again, and again, and again!” one person remarked. 

Others commented on how close the premier date is to Valentine’s Day.

“And just like that I know what my Valentine’s plans are with my husband!” one user tweeted.

Meanwhile, the Feb. 12 release date gives the rest of us two extra days to also find someone to watch it with. Then again, watching it alone with a tub of ice cream doesn’t sound so bad, either.