Netflix’s adaptation of Jenny Han’s novel To All the Boys I’ve loved Before was so booming that there was a resulting boom in sales of Yakult. After all, if Peter Kavinsky drinks the “Korean yoghourt smoothie” it should be delicious. Given the success of the film, and not only for yoghurt sales, it was no surprise that work on a sequel began as a part of the streaming giant’s production deal with studio paramount.
Filming began in March 2019, and also the title was disclosed to be to all the Boys: PS I Still Love You. Netflix has confirmed that To All The Boys: PS I Still Love you will be officially released on February 12, 2020. It was disclosed that Lana condor and Noah Centineo would in fact be back as Lara Jean Song Covey and Peter Kavinsky, respectively, on December 19.
The video Netflix announce also confirmed Jordan Fisher (Teen Wolf) would be taking up the role of John Ambrose from Jordan Burtchett. John Ambrose shortly cameoed within the mid-credits scene. Three months after the initial announcement, Netflix confirmed that Janel Parish who plays Margot, Lara Jean’s older sister, would play her role within the sequel. She’d even be flanked by Anna Cathcart reprising younger sister Kitty and John Corbett as the patriarch of the family Dr Covey.
The motion picture mostly stuck to the plot of the book, therefore it should not be too much hassle to adapt Han’s sequel, PS I Still Love You, because the basis for the motion picture sequel to all the Boys: PS I Still Love You. once Lara Jean gets a job at the advice of Margot, she lands up turning into pen pals with John, whereas Peter brings his ex-girlfriend to a celebration and this all results in relationship drama with the pair.