In 2018, we met Lara Jean Covey, a shy high schooler whose world was turned upside down when secretly-written love letters ended up in the hands of her crushes, including popular jock Peter Kavinsky. To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before was an instant hit for Netflix, so it makes sense that they’ve wasted no time in filming and releasing its second and final installments. Originally adapted from three novels by Jenny Han, Netflix is poised to wrap up the film series on February 12, 2021 with To All the Boys: Always and Forever, a fittingly romantic date for the cute rom-com films.
With less than a month out, Netflix has released a new trailer for the film, where we return to Lara Jean and Peter in high school sweetheart bliss, enjoying their senior year while internally stressing out about college and what their futures hold, both separately and together.
It looks to be much the same high school romance and drama we saw in the first two films, a welcome relief when things are plenty intense in the real world. Check out the trailer below and see To All the Boys: Always and Forever on Netflix February 12.