We don’t know if Netflix is trying to get on Santa’s nice list or something but all of a sudden they’re dropping some of the best titles left right and centre.

Following the news that every single Harry Potter film would be hitting their streaming service in 2019, Netflix have come out with even more incredible news.

Ever since it has been released people have been going absolutely nutso for romantic comedy film ‘To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before’ for it’s adorably heart warming story and seriously drop dead gorgeous star Noah Centineo (AKA our boyfriend), people have been craving a sequel.

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It’s even been rumoured in the past that one was headed our way, but it was never officially confirmed. That is, UNTIL NOW!

That’s right, get excited TATBILB fans because it’s officially been confirmed that that sequel we’ve all be hoping and praying for is coming to Netflix!!

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The news was announced in the most epic way possible with a video of the two co-stars Lana Condor and the aforementioned Noah Centineo.

In the clip, the pair are seen face timing each other before Lana, who plays Lara Jean in the film, says, “I get to tell our fans about our little secret.”

“Ok, go for it,” replies Noah.

“I am so excited, it is officially official!” says Lana to the camera. “We are making the ‘To All The Boys’ Sequel.”

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“Bring on the sequel!” adds Noah.

So um, yeah we think we’re having heart palpitations at how freaking excited we are!!! No biggie.

The film is expected to be based on the trilogy of novels of the same name by Jenny Han.

No word yet on a release date BUT the film is literally already in development according to Netflix, so hopefully we won’t have to wait too long until it’s out!

Until then, you can find us either scrolling through Noah’s insta account or rewatching the first film for the hundredth time.

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