“To All The Boys I’ve Lived Before 2” has a new cast member in the person of “Rent: Live” star Jordan Fisher.

On Thursday, producer Matt Kaplan revealed via Entertainment Weekly that they have welcomed Fisher to the cast and he is set to play John Ambrose McClaren, the childhood friend and former crush of Lana Condor’s Lara Jean.

“We couldn’t be more excited to have Jordan Fisher join the ‘To All The Boys’ family as John Ambrose McClaren,” Kaplan said.

Aside from “Rent: Live,” Fisher’s other TV credits include “Liv and Maddie” and “Grease: Live.” He also voiced one of the characters on Netflix’s animated series “She-Ra,” according to TV Line.

Fisher is actually taking over the role that was played by Jordan Burtchett in the first movie. Burtchett only appeared at the end of “To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before” since he is one of the boys that received Lara Jean’s love letters.

It appears Fisher’s character will play a big part in the sequel because he is expected to “shake things up” between Lara Jean and Noah Centineo’s Peter Kavinsky.

“Jordan”s charisma practically leaps off the screen with anything he does, whether it’s acting, singing, or dancing. There isn’t a more perfect guy who could believably shake things up in Lara Jean and Peter’s world,” Kaplan noted.

Condor and Centineo are reprising their roles as lead stars of the movie series, which is based on the 2014 book by Jenny Han.

The streaming service announced in December that “TATBILB” is getting a sequel. However, the second installment still does not have a release date yet.

Interestingly, Elle reports that the second movie could be titled “P.S. I Love You” since that is also the title of the second book in Han’s trilogy.

Aside from Condor and Centineo, returning cast of the movie series include Janel Parrish (Margot), Anna Cathcart (Kitty) and John Corbett (Dr. Covey).

Susan Johnson, who directed the first movie, will serve as executive producer of the sequel. Michael Fimognari is taking the helm of the upcoming installment.

“Due to the timing of my other projects I won’t be directing the sequel, but as an executive producer, I am looking forward to continuing to share Lara Jean’s story and being part of the franchise,” Johnson said in a statement to the Hollywood Reporter.