It’s official, Netflix is bringing back “To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before.” The company confirmed the series today on social-media, and the new project will reunite fan-favorite stars Lana Condor and Noah Centineo. Rumors that Netflix would be bringing back the cast for a new installment have been going on for weeks, but today we have the official announcement from Netflix.
The original film was a massive hit for Netflix and was well received by viewers and critics. The YA romantic drama is based on the “To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before” trilogy by New York Times Bestselling Author Jenny Han. You can find the whole set at Amazon.
Awesomeness Films, Ace Entertainment, and Overbrook Entertainment will be producing the sequel, with Matt Kaplan, and Dougie Cash serving as Producers. Awesomeness Films previously partnered with Netflix on the original film, and 2017’s “You Get Me.” Overbrook previously partnered with Netflix on 2017’s “Bright” and the upcoming “Bright 2.”
The screenplay is from Sofia Alvarez.
Netflix released the following video across the company’s social channels, surprising fans with the new announcement.
The sequel is currently in development and will be released by Netflix, but the company stopped short of confirming a release date at this time. We know that Lana Condor and Noah Centineo will be coming back for the sequel but Netflix hasn’t made any other casting announcements at this time. Production will most likely begin in 2019, and Netflix will drop a few more teaser-trailers for fans as we get closer to the premiere date.
Fans of Lana Condor should see “Alita: Battle Angel,” she took the role of Koyomi for that project. The film comes from director Robert Rodriguez and stars Jennifer Connelly, Eiza González, Rosa Salazar, Mahershala Ali, Michelle Rodriguez, and Christoph Waltz. “Alita: Battle Angel” will hit theaters on Valentine’s Day on February 14, 2019.