To All the Boys spinoff series in development at Netflix
It has been over a month since Netflix had debuted the final installment of their popular To All the Boys film trilogy, and now Deadline brings word that the streaming service is planning to further expand its story beyond Lana Condor’s Lara Jean and Noah Centineo’s Peter with a half-hour long series.
Still in its early stages of development, Netflix and Awesomeness, one of the studios behind the film series, are partnering for the rom-com series with novel author Jenny Han set to write and executive produce the potential series.
The untitled project will center around Kitty’s quest to find true love. The breakout character played a pivotal part in the first film as she was the one who secretly sent out all of Lara Jean’s love letters to her former crushes and current crush. During the first two installments, she was shown to have no interest in having a love life due to her young age at the time. However, in the final movie, Kitty was able to meet her first boyfriend named Dae while on a trip in South Korea. Anna Cathcart, who portrayed the role in the films, is set to return for the project.
The series will be created and executive produced by Han, who is also co-writing the pilot with Siobhan Vivian. It will also be produced by ACE Entertainment.
The film trilogy starred Lana Condor (Deadly Class), Noah Centineo (Black Adam), John Corbett (Sex & Drugs & Rock & Roll), Janel Parrish (Pretty Little Liars) and 13 Reasons Why‘s Ross Butler and was a breakout hit for Netflix, garnering solid viewership across all three films and receiving highly-positive reviews from critics across the board.