P.S. It's officially official: The "To All the Boys I've Loved Before" sequel is coming.
Earlier in December, Viacom CEO Bob Bakish confirmed the film to Deadline, but Netflix's big reveal didn't come until Wednesday, Dec. 19. The wait was worth it, though. The streamer dropped a video announcement featuring stars Lana Condor and Noah Centineo sharing their "little secret" and teasing a new character.
In the announcement, Condor and Centineo appear as themselves, and they video chat to establish a new contract -- one that not-so-subtly plugs another Netflix film -- before getting into the reveal. Then, there's an interesting hint: Condor takes a call from an unnamed caller and tells him he'll make "the perfect John Ambrose."
Now, fans may remember that name from a post-credits scene. In it, John Ambrose McClaren (Jordan Burtchett) showed up at the Covey family's door with a letter from Lara Jean (Condor). Between that scene and the latest hint, it seems the sequel will indeed at least loosely follow the trajectory of Jenny Han's book series. In the second book, "P.S. I Still Love You," John's arrival causes problems for Lara Jean and Peter (Centineo).
Watch the announcement below.
The title and release date for the "To All the Boy I've Loved Before" sequel have not yet been announced.