Valentine's Day came early this year! It looks like the celebrations will be continuing well into March, too, and it's all thanks to Netflix. On Tuesday (February 11), the streaming service revealed they're making To All The Boys I've Loved Before available to everyone. Yes, even those without Netflix accounts. Non-Netflix subscribers can finally find out what happens when Lara Jean Covey finds herself in a love triangle with her middle school crush and her older sister's ex-boyfriend.
"Love is in the air! To celebrate, To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before is available for everybody in The U.S. (and additional selected markets) to watch through March 9!" Netflix tweeted. They also shared a link that will take non-subscribers to the movie. "Just click this link and non-members can enjoy," they wrote above the link.
This announcement arrives alongside the premiere of the highly anticipated sequel To All The Boys: P.S. I Still Love You. Netflix's official description of the sequel reads: "Lara Jean is officially Peter's girlfriend, so everything should be perfect, right? But feelings grow complicated when an old crush reenters her life."
As fans of the books the movies are based on will know, that old crush is the one and only John Ambrose McClaren. When Lara Jean's letters got sent out in the first installment, John Ambrose was the only recipient she didn't hear back from. Well, that's about to change in P.S. I Still Love You. John Ambrose is back and Lara Jean's new relationship with Peter is about to face its biggest challenge yet.
To All The Boys I've Loved Before and To All The Boys: P.S. I Still Love You are now streaming on Netflix.