It feels like just yesterday when we first laid eyes on Peter Kavinsky in those Adler High halls - and practically fell in love at first sight. (Just us?). Unfortunately, it appears the To All the Boys I've Loved Before hunk and his high-school sweetheart are finally spreading their wings as they say goodbye to their time on our screen.
In case you already forgot - we know, it's been a long year - To All the Boys I've Loved Before first debuted on our screens back in August of 2018. Of course, a whole lot has changed since then. In fact, two years and three movies later, the Netflix gem is officially coming to an end, after all. But don't take our word for it.
"My loves... 3 days till Lara Jean sees the world!" TATB actress Lana Condor first announced on Instagram of To All the Boys: Always & Forever's February 12th release date. "...And [until] Lana cries under her blanket for days bc Lana has to say goodbye to LJ 😭💔😭 ," she continued. That's right, we'll give you a minute to let that one sink in.
Are you as devastated as we are? Seriously, are we ever going to be ready to say goodbye to our favorite Netflix binge? But while most of us might be reaching for the Kleenex at the news of the film's final departure, not everybody feels that way. In fact,
Peter Kavinsky Noah Centineo is actually kind of... excited.
"I'd like to venture out into the woods a little bit... maybe do some quirkier, weirder, maybe less known work," the TATB actor explained to Cosmopolitan of his future endeavors. Nonetheless, he's certainly going to "miss the experiences" that his time as Peter Kavinsky blessed him with. Same, Noah, same.
From Stanford University to Seoul, South Korea - to everywhere in between - we've followed the To All The Boys sweethearts on just about every pitstop. And while their latest adventure might be coming to an end? We've got a feeling this is only the beginning.