Published Jan 12, 2021Netflix's major content teaser released earlier today announced the arrival of a bunch of new content in 2021 — so much that the streamer has scheduled new movie releases every week for the rest of the year. Among the releases is a new instalment in the To All the Boys I've Loved Before film series, but unfortunately for all the Noah Centineo fans out there, it'll also be the last.
Offering mere seconds of footage from the forthcoming new chapter, Netflix brought stars Lana Condor and Centineo on board for their 2021 programming announcement, just to share the news that To All the Boys: Always and Forever will serve as the franchise's end.
Without giving much away, the pair are shown in what seems to be a marriage proposal scene, before Centineo interjects. "Woah, woah, woah! We're not going to give away the ending right now, are we?" He says in the clip.
"Definitely not," responds Condor.
The To All the Boys I've Loved Before series is based on the novel by Jenny Han. The third film instalment sees the return of Michael Fimognari as director.
Watch Netflix's teaser below.