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​First Look At 'To All The Boys I've Loved Before' Sequel

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​First Look At 'To All The Boys I've Loved Before' Sequel

Rom-com To All The Boys I've Loved Before was a smash hit on Netflix when it launched last year and now we've caught a first glimpse of its sequel.

Part two, To All The Boys: P.S. I Still Love You is set to land on the streaming platform on 12th February next year and now we've seen a few snaps from the next instalment, it's getting us all excited.

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The first film, based on the Jenny Han novel, saw reserved Lara Jean (Lana Condor) write love letters to all her past boyfriends - but they were meant to be for her eyes only.

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Naturally, that doesn't exactly go to plan and her sister sends them.

One of her current crushes, Peter (Noah Centineo) receives her letter and they go on to have a fake relationship...but yes, you guessed it, they end up actually falling for each other.

The new series drops on 12th February (Credit: Netflix)
The new series drops on 12th February (Credit: Netflix)

In the new film, we'll see Lara and Peter pursue their relationship, but will Lara stay true to him when another of her crushes, John Ambrose (Jordan Fisher) finds one of her letters and comes knocking? Can she love two boys at the same time?

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The pictures certainly confuse things further with Lara cosying up to both Peter and John, but we guess we'll have to wait and see what happens.

The film will land on the streaming platform just in time for Valentine's Day and you can't beat watching a good rom-com on the festive occasion can you? Beats being shoved into a crowded restaurant anyway.

When the first film landed, it received rave reviews - but then who doesn't love an easy-watch high school movie, especially when it's this lighthearted with a refreshingly honest look at love?

Lara appears to also fall for John in the second film (Credit: Netflix)
Lara appears to also fall for John in the second film (Credit: Netflix)
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And the good news is, not only can we expect the sequel to land in 2020, but yet another instalment to come thereafter.

The story comes from a trilogy of books and the third in the series is called Always and Forever, Lara Jean, so we're expecting that to come to fruition too.

You've got to love how many cheesy original films Netflix keep delivering. This one will definitely be top of our watch list in 2020, but for now it's all about A Christmas Prince: The Royal Baby.

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Topics: TV and Film, TV News, TV Entertainment, Netflix

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