The cool teen wedding behind Lara Jean Covey (Lana Condor) and Peter Kavinsky (Noah Centineo) in To all the boys I’ve loved beforeis back for his own spin-off show.
XO, Kitty follows Kitty Song Covey (Anna Cathcart), Lara Jean’s younger sister, as she moves to South Korea to finally reunite with her long-distance boyfriend, Dae (Minyeong Choi). The catch? Dae has a secret girlfriend on the side. While her matchmaking skills may have previously been successful, Kitty must go back to the drawing board and reassess everything she thinks she knows about love.
With some adventures in Seoul, new friends and forbidden love, Kitty’s journey to find herself begins in this adorable spin-off.
XO, Kitty premieres on Netflix on May 18. (opens in a new tab)
Netflix’s much-anticipated teen rom-com spinoff of “To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before” is finally here and the trailer was recently released. Entitled “XO, Kitty”, the spinoff is a cheerful look at the life of Kitty, the spirited and excitable younger sister of Lara Jean Covey, the protagonist of the original movie.
Kitty, played by narrator Anna Cathcart, is passionate about music and convinced that she needs to spend the summer before college doing something daring and exciting. It won’t be long until her dream of a music competition turns into an unexpected journey to explore love and friendship.
The trailer, which highlights Kitty’s optimistic outlook on life, provides viewers with a peek into the bright and colorful characters and settings in which the story will unfold. We can expect comedy as romance mixed with plenty of zany hijinks, as well as a soundtrack full of old and new pop songs.
Although the trailer provides a glimpse into the world of “XO, Kitty” and introduces the characters, it’s clear that the story is about more than just a summer romance. The movie is sure to be a light-hearted exploration of growing up, learning to make your own decisions, and tackling life’s challenges with passion instead of fear.
At Ikaroa, we are excited to see this spinoff of Netflix’s fan favorite “To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before” come to life. We look forward to this heartwarming story of growth and resilience! Be sure to catch “XO, Kitty” when it releases on the streaming service.