After the roaring success of last year’s To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before, Netflix was quick to jump into production for the rest of Jenny Han’s To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before book series.
Following the events of To All The Boys, P.S. I Love You takes place after Lara Jean (Lana Condor) and Peter (Noah Centineo) have finally made their relationship official. That means first real kiss, first real date, first real Valentine’s Day as a couple! Of course, nothing in life is simple, and when John Ambrose (Jordan Fisher) turns up as another recipient of Lara Jean’s love letters, she’s got more to juggle than just her new relationship with Peter.
Of course, we’re staunchly Team Peter, here at Nerdophiles, but John Ambrose has his own cool charm and Jordan Fisher looks like he’s up to the task of portraying one of Lara Jean’s potential paramours. Also joining the cast is Holland Taylor as “an unexpected new confidant [named] Stormy”, alongside Anna Cathcart (“Kitty”), Janel Parris (“Margot”), and Madeleine Arthur (“Chris”).
Those who are familiar with Han’s second installment, P.S. I Love You, know that our favorite couple are going to be experiencing some ups and downs. Amidst the scenes of Lara Jean and Peter going on dates, holding hands, lighting paper lanterns, and generally enjoying those ephemeral years of high school echoes the promise that the two of them make to each other, promising not to break each other’s hearts. But… sometimes promises and young hearts are made to be broken.
Will Lara Jean and Peter make it through? We think so, and we know we’ll enjoy finding out!
To All The Boys: P.S. I Still Love You premieres February 12, 2020 on Netflix!