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'To All The Boys I've Loved Before' Sequel Looks Better Than The Original In New Trailer

'To All The Boys I've Loved Before' Sequel Looks Better Than The Original In New Trailer

We're SO ready for this love triangle.

Joanna Freedman

Joanna Freedman

The final trailer for Netflix's To All The Boys I've Loved Before sequel is here, and it looks even better than the first film.

We've only got 21 days until To All The Boys: PS: I Still Love You to hit screens, and the streaming platform just continues to tease us, with its latest trailer showing us further glimpses into the life of Lara Jean (Lana Condor) and her messy new love triangle with Peter Kavinsky (Noah Centineo) and John Ambrose (Jordan Fisher).

In this new trailer, everything seems to be going great for Lara Jean and Peter to start with. They have their first official date, spend Valentine's Day together and even share their first kiss.

It's basically everything we longed for throughout the first film...

Lara Jean and Peter are experiencing a lot of firsts (

But then, along comes John - the fifth boy who Lara Jean wrote to back in To All The Boys I've Loved Before - and guess what? He seems to really like her, too.

While we saw John's arrival in the first trailer, the second hints at tensions between him and Peter as they both vie for Lara Jean's attention.

"I thought having a boyfriend meant the idea of other boys left your mind completely," Lara Jean narrates. But oh, how wrong she was.

It's obvious that Lara Jean and John also have a spark, but - of course - the trailer keeps us in the dark about who she will end up picking.

John Ambrose arrives to cause trouble (

It's not just Lara Jean's love life which is explored in the new trailer, as it also offers a look at her relationship with sisters Kitty (Anna Cathcart) and Margo (Janel Parrish).

Plus, her best friends Chris (Madeleine Arthur) and Lucas (Trezzo Mahoro) are naturally on hand to listen to all her love dilemmas.

When the first instalment 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 romance?

We're given a look into Lara Jean's family life (

And the good news is, not only can we expect the sequel to land later this year, but yet another to come thereafter.

Yep, To All The Boys Always And Forever, Lara Jean has also officially been confirmed by Netflix.

It likely means that Lara Jean's love life is not about to get any simpler - but we're not complaining!

To All The Boys: PS: I Still Love You lands on Netflix on February 12th.

Featured Image Credit: Netflix

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