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"Kissing Booth 3," "To All the Boys 3" Share Netflix First Look

Netflix just shared new snippets of both fan-favorite YA franchises.

Prepare for an influx of butterflies and romantic feel-good vibes, because first looks of both The Kissing Booth 3 and To All The Boys: Always and Forever have arrived. Netflix announced its list of 2021 titles on Tuesday, January 12, and the brief teaser trailer might contain just enough Peter Kavinsky and Noah Flynn to tide you over.

For those that are here for the love, and the love only, you'll want to skip to the :43 mark of the trailer, Just Jared Jr. helpfully noted. It's there that Joey King of The Kissing Booth enters the screen, saying, “I love seeing an incredible story come to an end.” As her voiceover fades, the trailer cycles to a peek of the third Kissing Booth, and for one brief moment, viewers can watch as Noah enjoys a day at the waterpark with Elle Evans.

Lana Condor then enters the picture, responding to Joey, “Hey, that's what I was gonna say.” The trailer quickly flashes to Peter and Lara Jean Covey seated together at their iconic neighborhood diner. Before the trailer progresses any further, Noah Centineo pops up, asking, “We're not gonna give away the ending now, are we?” Lana and Joey then confirm that unfortunately viewers will “definitely not” learn what happens, at least for now.

But wait! Netflix then dropped the trailer for To All the Boys: Always and Forever, and it's got plenty of new information to unpack. The final installment will premiere on February 12, and the trailer begins in Korea, where Lara Jean video chats Peter to tell him about her spring break trip. Scenes flash of LJ, Kitty, and Margot eating very tall ice cream, riding bikes, and singing in a noraebang, and then we're back home just in time for Peter to ask LJ that most important question: Prom? 

But other unknowns lurk on the horizon — will LJ join Peter at Stanford, or will they try to make long distance work? Will she fall in love with NYC on a school trip? “Will I look back in 20 years and wonder if I made the wrong choice?” Lara Jean asks. Check out the trailer below:

Meanwhile, The Kissing Booth 3 is slated to premiere in the summer of 2021, and will feature a return of the entire cast. The movie is a "culmination" of the coming-of-age story for the main characters, and will serve as the final chapter for the films.

If all this talk of romance, reunions, and final chapters doesn't quite interest you, there is some good news. As part of Netflix's announcement, the platform confirmed that every week in 2021, a new Netflix film will be released. Unfortunately, every week won't feature another chapter of TATB or Kissing Booth, but this year will bring the arrival of Don't Look Up, an Adam McKay comedy starring Jennifer Lawrence, Ariana Grande, and Timothée Chalamet.

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