This Fan-Favorite Character From “To All the Boys” Is Getting a New Spin-Off Series!

Now that Lara Jean Song Covey’s story has come to an end, it’s time for someone else to take center stage. And who else would fit the role than her very own sister who started her whole love story in the first place?

Yup, Kitty Song Covey is getting her own spin-off series on Netflix wherein she will learn all there is to know about love and its complexity as she struggles to navigate her newfound long-distance relationship with her boyfriend.

“Teen matchmaker Kitty Song Covey thinks she knows everything there is to know about love. But when she moves halfway across the world to reunite with her long-distance boyfriend, she’ll soon realize that relationships are a lot more complicated when it’s your own heart on the line,” the official synopsis read.

Kitty’s actress, 18-year-old Anna Cathcart, also took to her social media to confirm the news of her series titled “XO, Kitty” to be written by co-showrunners Jenny Han and Sascha Rothchild.

“cat’s out of the bag, or should i say kitty @netflix,” Anna wrote. “grab your helmets kids this is gonna be a wild ride.”

She also posted an “email” signed by Kitty on her Instagram stories, which read: “bet you thought the story was over… That there wouldn’t be anymore letters… But there’s one Covey sister—some might call her the favorite—whose love story is just beginning. Stay tuned!”

“XO, Kitty” will run for 10 episodes. No premiere date has been set.

(ALSO READ: Author of ‘To All The Boys…’ is Turning Another Book Into a TV Show!)

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