“To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before” is Netflix’s latest romantic comedy, but fans of the novel it was based on know that Lara Jean and Peter’s story doesn’t end there. Jenny Han wrote a trilogy, and director Susan Johnson hopes to adapt the sequels soon.

The movie was only released on Aug. 17, so it’ll be some time before Netflix makes any announcements about the potential franchise. However, Johnson told The Mary Sue that she and the cast have signed options to be in the “To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before” sequels if Netflix orders them.

“Oh, I hope so. I hope so,” Johnson said when asked about sequels. “We’re all attached, so hopefully it’ll just be a matter of how well it does. Like, Netflix watches all those numbers and you know, it’s all really about viewership. Fortunately we have really strong responses to the movie critically, so we just have to rely on the fans and hopefully we’ll be able to make another couple movies.”

That means fans should keep recommending the movie to friends to keep the viewership up. With any luck, Netflix won’t wait too long to order the movies. Stars Lana Condor (Lara Jean) and Noah Centineo (Peter) told Johnson that they’re already worried about aging out of their parts. Condor is 21 while Centineo is 22.

To All The Boys I've Loved Before sequels "To All The Boys I've Loved Before" is the first in a trilogy of Netflix movies. Photo: Netflix

“I had dinner with Lana and Noah last week and they were like, ‘We gotta hurry up before we’re too old! I don’t want to be 28 playing high school!’” the director revealed. “I was like, ‘OK, we’ll try and get on it,’ but I certainly think there’s plenty of material in books 2 and 3 and we would all love to do it.”

Condor also told Teen Vogue that she’d be happy to play Lara Jean again. “I would love to. I haven’t heard of anything official, but I’ve heard some very positive things,” she told the outlet.

She also emphasized that the “To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before” movie has to be popular to warrant a sequel. “I think it all comes down to if people watch the movie and if they’re vocal about it in a positive way,” she added. “So, we’ll see. I would love to do a second and a third one. And I know when we were shooting it — Noah, Israel [Broussard], Janel [Parrish], everyone — we all talked about wanting to start the second one immediately after. So, we’re definitely on board. We’ll see what happens. I sure hope we get it.”

“To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before” actually incorporates parts of the 2015 sequel, “P.S. I Still Love You.” (Spoilers for the movie and books ahead!) The first novel ends after Lara Jean breaks up with Peter after the ski trip and the confrontation with Josh. Kitty gives Lara Jean all the notes from Peter, and Lara Jean sits down to write a love letter to him.

That’s it for book 1. It took another year for fans to learn about the hot tub video and Lara Jean telling Peter about her very real feelings for him.

The movie adaptation ends with a mid-credits scene showing John Ambrose McClaren showing up on Lara Jean’s doorstep with a bouquet. That’s a hint about what’s to come in the potential Netflix sequel. John and Lara reconnect in “P.S. I Still Love You” after John receives his letter, and that causes some serious tension with Peter.

Will we get to see the drama play out in another movie? Fans will have to wait and see.