Lara Jean Covey and Peter Kavinsky will return to romance us just in time for Valentine’s Day. Netflix just revealed the third To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before film will debut February 12.

We even have a trailer for the upcoming movie. Check it out below!

According to the film synopsis provided by Netflix, To All The Boys: Always and Forever sees Lara Jean take a couple of influential trips during her final year of high school. Those trips will ultimately influence how she imagines her life with her family, friends, and Peter post-graduation.

The trailer itself actually gives us a lot more detail about what we can expect for Lara Jean and Peter. (In fact, it feels suspiciously like one of those trailers that gives away most of the movie…) So we know the influential trips include a family vacation to Korea and a class trip to New York. 

Noah Centineo as Peter Kavinsky, Ross Butler as Trevor, in TO ALL THE BOYS IVE LOVED BEFORE 3.

At some point, Covinsky plans to let their relationship play out through college. (The trailer notes they’re banking on attending Stanford together.) But then Lara Jean starts thinking about going to school in New York, and things get complicated. Peter hints ominously that their relationship won’t survive long-distance. And Lara Jean gets a rejection notice – but from which school?


If you want to see if Covinsky stays strong through college or the teenage sweethearts are forced to go their separate ways, mark your calendars. To All The Boys: Always and Forever premieres on Netflix February 12.

Source: Netflix