Just when you thought you saw the end of the To All The Boys universe on Netflix, the streaming giant is apparently circling a spinoff series about one Kitty Song Covey, Lara Jean’s younger sister.
Sources told industry publication Variety that the show is being eyed by Netflix. Considering how well To All The Boys went for the streaming giant, I wouldn’t be surprised if this ends up happening one way or another.
The series would follow Kitty, played by Anna Cathcart in the films, as she goes on her own journey to find love.
SPOILER ALERT: in To All The Boys: Always And Forever (the third one), Kitty has a lil’ romance with a boy she met in South Korea during their family holiday. They text constantly when she flies back to the States, from memory, but I don’t remember if anything else ended up happening.
I guess we’ll find out… if Netflix is keen, that is.
To All The Boys focused on Lara Jean Song Covey (Lana Condor), who writes love letters to her crushes that she never ends up sending. One day though, all of her crushes mysteriously receive their letters, including Mr Peter Kavinsky AKA Noah Centineo.
Cathcart’s character, Kitty, was Lana’s extremely sassy and meddling younger sister, who [REDACTED], [REDACTED], [REDACTED].
To celebrate the premiere of movie #3, Cathcart wrote her own little love letter to the franchise on Instagram.
“No amount of love letters could explain how much these movies have meant to me,” she wrote.
“To the fans, thank you. Thank you for loving this story as much as we do, we appreciate you more than you know! To my sisters and the TATB ladies, I love you. You deserve all the love letters in the world.
“And to Kitty, you are one of the coolest girls I know. Thanks for growing up with me these last few years.”
Cathcart posted two photos, both of which were taken on the first day of filming on movie #3 and #1, respectively.
“Feeling so grateful, always and forever,” she concluded.
Whether or not Netflix decides to green-light the spinoff series, we can always count on the To All The Boys franchise being on the streaming service, always and forever.
Although, if Netflix does do a spinoff… does that mean a potential Lana Condor and Noah Centineo cameo? HMM.