Netflix’s “To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before” trilogy is coming to an end and in a countdown to the conclusion, the trailer for “To All The Boys: Always and Forever” was released on Wednesday. 

This film will follow Lara Jean Song Covey (Lana Condor) as she finishes up her senior year of high school with her boyfriend Peter Kavinsky (Noah Centineo). After she comes back from her spring break in Korea, the couple will figure out what they’re going to do for college. 

The trailer shows Peter getting into Stanford University while Lara Jean waits for her acceptance letter. After visiting New York City on a senior trip and experiencing the nightlife it has to offer, she starts to slowly see a future there for herself, even if that means a long-distance relationship with Peter.

The preview ends with Lara Jean not getting into Stanford, so it appears viewers have to wait until the film's release date on Feb. 12 to learn the couple’s fate.  

The movie was filmed pre-COVID in 2019, according to Seventeen, so production had no pauses or halting. 

Other returning stars include Janel Parrish, Anna Cathcart, Ross Butler, Madeleine Arthur, Sarayu Blue, and John Corbett. 

“To All The Boys: Always and Forever” and “To All The Boys: P.S. I Still Love You,” the second movie of the Netflix series, are directed by Michael Fimognari and produced by Matt Kaplan. “To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before,” the first movie, was directed by Susan Johnson.

Fans of the movies shared their excitement on social media when the trailer was released. 

Condor is also emotional about the final film in the trilogy.

“It's really kind of a surreal moment. I get emotional,” Condor explained to USA Today of her final time playing the movie character. “I'm really worried because I am not fully [prepared]. My heart hurts to know that it's ending, but also I'm really excited.”

The film is part of Netflix's plan to release one new movie each week in 2021. “To All The Boys: Always and Forever” debuts on Friday, Feb. 12, on Netflix.

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