• Netflix has announced the new cast members of "XO, Kitty"
  • The series centers on Kitty Song Covey of "To All the Boys I've Loved Before"
  • Production of the series is already underway in Seoul, South Korea

Netflix has announced the newest additions to the cast of the “To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before” spinoff series, “XO, Kitty.”

The announcement comes after the streaming giant confirmed that Anna Cathcart, who played Kitty Song Covey in “To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before,” will reprise her titular role in the upcoming spinoff.

Joining Cathart as series regulars are “Dream Palace” star Choi Min-Yeong, “Love, Victor” star Anthony Keyvan, “Players” stars Gia Kim, Sang Heon Lee and Leter Thurnwald, and “Club Mickey Mouse” star Regan Aliyah.

“XO, Kitty” will follow teen matchmaker Kitty as she moves halfway across the world to reunite with her long-distance boyfriend. Thinking she knows everything about love, she will soon realize that romantic relationships are a lot more complicated than she has ever thought.

In the series, Choi will play Dae, Kitty’s love interest who was first introduced in the “To All the Boys” sequel “Always and Forever.” In the movie, Dae was the Korean boy who bumped into Kitty during their family trip overseas. At one point, Kitty asked him to take a snap of her with her family.

Keyvan will play Q, Lee will portray Min Ho, Kim will portray Yuri, Aliyah will take on the role of Juliana and Thurnwald will join the cast as Alex. Also appearing in the series are recurring stars Yunjin Kim, Michael K Lee and Jocelyn Selfo who will take on the roles of Jina, Professor Lee, and Madison, respectively.

“XO, Kitty” comes from co-showrunners and executive producers Jenny Han and Sascha Rothchild, as well as ACE Entertainment’s Matt Kaplan. The 10-episode, half-hour series has kicked off production in Seoul, South Korea, with directors Jennifer Arnold, Pamela Romanowsky, Jeff Chan and Katina Medina Mora at the helm.

Meanwhile, “To All the Boys” lead star Lana Condor told ET at the MTV Movie & TV Awards in May 2021 that she’s excited about the franchise continuing on with a spinoff focusing on her younger on-screen sister.

“I would absolutely support anything that Anna Cathcart does because I think she’s amazing and I think she did such a great job with Kitty,” she said.

Noah Centineo and Lana Condor star in “To All The Boys: Always And Forever.” Katie Yu/Netflix