No good nick cast

With a lineup of celebrities including a supermodel (Christie Brinkley), a former White House press secretary (Sean Spicer), a Bachelorette (Hannah Brown), pro-athletes from the NFL (Ray Lewis) and NBA (Lamar Odom), a Supreme (Mary Wilson), a country music star (Lauren Alaina) and a TV icon (James Van Der Beek) to name a few, Dancing with the Stars is waltzing its way into its highly anticipated upcoming 2019 season. The new celebrity season 28 cast is adding some glitzy bling to their wardrobe, breaking in their dancing shoes and readying themselves for their first dance on the ballroom floor, as the show kicks off MONDAY SEPT 16 8|7c on ABC. For the first time ever, viewers will have to tune in to the season premiere to find out with whom their favorite professional dancers are paired. This season also features the return of beloved pro Peta Murgatroyd, and two new professional ballroom dancers join the Dancing with the Stars fall 2019 cast. Episodes can also be viewed the next day on, the ABC app and Hulu.

So who’s on Dancing with the Stars? As announced this morning on ABC’s Good Morning America, the celebrities and professional dancers heading to the ballroom this season (in alphabetical order) are the following:


  • Lauren Alaina – country music star
  • Christie Brinkley – supermodel
  • Ally Brooke – pop star
  • Hannah Brown – The Bachelorette
  • Karamo Brown – TV host
  • Kate Flannery – TV star
  • Ray Lewis – NFL Hall of Famer
  • Kel Mitchell – comedian/actor
  • Lamar Odom – two-time NBA champion
  • Sean Spicer – former White House press secretary
  • James Van Der Beek – TV icon
  • Mary Wilson – The Supremes

Professional dancers:

  • Brandon Armstrong
  • Lindsay Arnold
  • Alan Bersten
  • Cheryl Burke
  • Witney Carson
  • Val Chmerkovskiy
  • Sasha Farber
  • Jenna Johnson
  • Daniella Karagach
  • Keo Motsepe
  • Peta Murgatroyd
  • Pasha Pashkov
  • Gleb Savchenko
  • Emma Slater

The Dancing with the Stars 2019 cast is revealed live on GMA!

LAUREN ALAINA – Platinum-selling country star Lauren Alaina’s critically acclaimed sophomore album, Road Less Traveled, landed on multiple Best Of lists including Billboard, Rolling Stone and Amazon, and it became the top-streamed female country album release of 2017. Praised as “full of life lessons and uplift” (PEOPLE), the collection of 12 songs all written by the young star includes Alaina’s first No. 1 smash, “Road Less Traveled,” the Top 25 hit “Doin’ Fine,” and the deeply personal and inspiring “Three.” Called an “audio delight” and “a big ol’ dance party,” the Georgia native’s latest, “Ladies in the ’90s,” pays homage to some of Alaina’s biggest female role models from Shania Twain, Faith Hill and Dixie Chicks to Britney Spears, TLC, Spice Girls and more. Following the release of Road Less Traveled, Alaina has received multiple nominations for the ACM Awards, CMA Awards, CMT Music Awards, Teen Choice Awards, Radio Disney Awards and Billboard Music Awards, including taking home last year’s ACM New Female Vocalist of the Year Award and CMT Collaborative Video of the Year Award for “What Ifs,” the 4x platinum-selling No. 1 hit with childhood friend Kane Brown. Alaina is one of CMT’s Next Women of Country and she received her very first CMT Music Award for Breakthrough Video of the Year with her No. 1 hit “Road Less Traveled.”

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CHRISTIE BRINKLEY – Supermodel, author and entrepreneur Christie Brinkley has appeared on more than 500 magazine covers worldwide. Brinkley is also an actress and recently returned in the Tony® Award-winning revival of the mega-hit musical Chicago as Roxie Hart. Combining her modeling experience with her artistic talents and diverse interests, Brinkley’s legendary career has been extraordinary and well-respected. She has been photographed in six continents and more than 30 countries around the world. A model for more than 30 years, and 45 years in the beauty industry, Brinkley was discovered by a photographer while studying art in Paris, France. Since then, she has become the first model to ever appear on the cover of Sports Illustrated for three consecutive years, with a fourth special issue cover. As a successful businesswoman, Brinkley has an exclusive line of organic Prosecco called Bellissima, from Treviso, Italy, which is quickly becoming one of the fastest-rising brands of Prosecco across the country.

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ALLY BROOKE – For as long as she can remember, Ally Brooke has been on a path to self-discovery. And now, with the singer having endured her share of detours, obstacles and unexpected challenges along the way, she’s finally tapped into her most honest and sincere spirit. “It’s an answered prayer,” says the preternaturally talented pop star who, after breaking out as a member of the multiplatinum pop group Fifth Harmony, signed with Atlantic Records in 2018 and is now preparing to release her solo debut album. Following years ceding her individual creative spirit to a group’s collective mission, Ally says she’s nothing short of ecstatic to at last paint her own portrait: a rich tapestry decorated with history and culture, passion and commitment. Many first met her as a solo contestant on The X Factor, and then as a member of the assembled group Fifth Harmony, but now, central to Ally’s palpable excitement about planting her own artistic flag is wielding artistic control over her future and, more specifically, shaping her signature sound. To that end, the singer spent an intense last year in the studio with some of the music world’s top songwriters and producers, together working tirelessly until she landed on a specific sound and style that moved her.

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HANNAH BROWN – Hannah Brown recently wrapped her memorable run as The Bachelorette in the show’s milestone 15th season on ABC, which soared to new ratings highs thanks to her genuine personality and dramatic season finale. As a fun country girl who is unapologetically herself, Brown first won over America on Colton Underwood’s season of The Bachelor. Now, she is ready to hit the ballroom floor and find a new type of love: dancing. Brown was born and raised in Tuscaloosa, Alabama. She went on to become Miss Alabama USA in 2018 and used her platform to help others. She became an advocate for those suffering from depression and anxiety, something she battled with during her teenage years.

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KARAMO BROWN – Three-time Emmy® Award Winner and culture expert on the Netflix reboot of Queer Eye, Karamo Brown is a “sympathetic talk therapist warped inside a life coach and zipped into a fast-fashion bomber jacket…” according to The New Yorker. ​ Lauded for his ease and natural comfort in relating to different types of people, Brown is tasked with making over the hearts and minds of the individuals they help on the show: by helping them to confront and grow beyond the internal and external issues holding them back. ​ His memoir, Karamo: My Story of Embracing Purpose, Healing, and Hope, explores how the challenges in his own life have allowed him to forever transform the lives of those in need.​ Karamo’s podcast, Karamo, is an in-depth look at life’s thorniest issues where everyday people from around the world can call in and chat with Brown to receive direct advice or share their personal feelings on the everyday situations affecting their lives. The show also includes special interviews with Brown’s celebrity friends who share personal moments from their lives with him. ​ His upcoming children’s book, I Am Perfectly Designed, is an empowering ode to modern families, co-authored with his son Jason.

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KATE FLANNERY – Actor, comedienne and singer Kate Flannery is best known for her nine seasons as Meredith the drunk on NBC’s The Office. She has recently been seen on Young Sheldon on CBS and has been heard on Cartoon Network’s OK K.O.! and Steven Universe. She has guest starred on FOX’s Brooklyn Nine-Nine and New Girl, ABC’s American Housewife, Comedy Central’s Another Period, Hulu’s All Night and the FOX NFL pre-game show on Riggle’s Picks. Flannery was in the Tribeca Film Fest’s Tenured and Slow Learners, and in the critically acclaimed 4th Man Out on Netflix. She stars in the HBO short Emergency Contact, How to Get Girls, Dial a Prayer with William H. Macy and the Sundance hit Cooties with Elijah Wood. Flannery is currently singing with Jane Lynch in their anti-cabaret act Two Lost Souls, where they did a residency at The Carlyle Hotel in New York. Flannery is featured on Jane Lynch’s Christmas album A Swingin Little Christmas, which reached #6 on the Billboard Top 100 charts. She has toured with Lynch for the past four years, playing at the Kennedy Center, Joe’s Pub and in 40 cities over the past two years. Flannery’s original cult comedy lounge act, The Lampshades, plays comedy festivals and Hollywood regularly.

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RAY LEWIS – NFL Hall of Famer Ray Lewis’ life has been an amazing journey through extremes – from the impossible odds of a challenging childhood to playing 17 noteworthy years in the National Football League and his induction into the NFL Hall of Fame in 2018. Lewis is widely considered to be one of the most dominant defensive players in the history of the NFL. He led the Baltimore Ravens to victory in Super Bowl XXXV, where he was named Super Bowl MVP, and again in Super Bowl XLVII, in what would be the final game of his career. The Hall of Famer is only the second player in NFL history to win both the NFL Defensive Player of the Year and Super Bowl MVP awards in the same year (2000). His 13 Pro Bowl selections are tied for the fifth-most in the NFL by any player and the most by a linebacker. He was named AP All-Pro 10 times and NFL Defensive Player of the Year twice (2000 and 2003). Today, Lewis is a New York Times bestselling author for his breakout memoir, I Feel Like Going On. He returns this fall for another season as a member of Showtime’s popular Inside the NFL.

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KEL MITCHELL – Kel Mitchell is a two-time Emmy Award-nominated actor, producer and stand-up comic hailing from the Windy City of Chicago, Illinois. Currently, Mitchell is executive producing and appearing in the new iteration of the beloved Nickelodeon series All That, bringing him full circle since he got his big break and won several awards for the original show. All That was Nickelodeon’s longest-running live-action series with 171 episodes across 10 seasons from 1994 to 2005. The franchise paved the way for a number of successful spinoffs, including Kenan & Kel, The Amanda Show, The Nick Cannon Show and the feature-length film Good Burger, all of which cemented the show’s and Mitchell’s impact on pop culture. Additionally, Mitchell is the host of the heart-warming TV series Tails of Valor, which takes a look at true stories of service animals working to change people’s lives. The show airs on CBS Saturday mornings. He also recently starred as Double G, an impulsive and unpredictable billionaire rapper on Game Shakers. Other acting credits include TRU TV’s Friends of the People, Cartoon Network’s Loiter Squad, TV One’s Love That Girl, Disney Channel’s Liv & Maddie, as well as Nickelodeon series Sam & Cat and The Thundermans. Additionally, Mitchell wrote and directed the faith-based, anti-bullying film She Is Not My Sister, and also directed several music videos. When he is not acting, writing or directing, Mitchell speaks to youth across the country encouraging them to follow their dreams.

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LAMAR ODOM – Lamar Joseph Odom is an American professional basketball player. As a member of the Los Angeles Lakers in the National Basketball Association (NBA), he won NBA championships in 2009 and 2010, and was named the NBA Sixth Man of the Year in 2011. Odom played on the United States national team, winning a bronze medal in the 2004 Olympics and a gold medal in the 2010 FIBA World Championship (known later as the World Cup). While married to Khloé Kardashian, Odom made several appearances on the reality television show “Keeping Up with the Kardashians.” He and Kardashian also had their own reality series, Khloé & Lamar. In October 2015, Odom fell into a coma and was hospitalized with life-threatening medical problems. He has since recovered from his health scare and obtained drug treatment. Present-day, Odom feels God kept him on this earth for a reason. He feels it is time to use his story to impact others and is now a professional speaker, traveling the world to inspire others with his breathtaking life story.

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SEAN SPICER – Sean Spicer’s political career began long before the former White House press secretary made his mark as one of the most recognized staffers in the Trump administration. Spicer built a decades-long career in Republican politics, witnessing and shaping the inner workings of Washington, D.C., from every vantage point: House of Representatives communicator, heading up incumbent retention at the National Republican Senatorial Committee, assistant U.S. trade representative in George W. Bush’s White House, chief strategist and director of communications at the Republican National Committee, top advisor to presidential campaigns and, of course, White House press secretary. Spicer made his way up through the ranks and has experience at every level in Washington. Few are as well-equipped as Spicer to pull back the curtain and dissect what’s really happening in the nation’s capital. Since leaving the White House, Spicer has become the founder and president of RigWil LLC, a strategic consulting firm that provides insights to C-suite corporate and association executives.

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JAMES VAN DER BEEK – James Van Der Beek is a writer, actor and producer who launched his acting career on the New York stage at age 16 to rave reviews in an original work by Edward Albee. He made his big-screen debut the following year in the movie Angus, but is perhaps best known for starring in the hit films Varsity Blues, the cult classic The Rules of Attraction and as the title character in the series Dawson’s Creek, which ran for six seasons and continues to syndicate around the globe. Most recently, Van Der Beek co-created, wrote, show-ran and starred in Vice’s first scripted series, What Would Diplo Do?, which scored over 90% on Rotten Tomatoes. He portrayed Matt Bromley in the FX original series Pose from Ryan Murphy, which debuted to critical and commercial acclaim and was nominated for a Golden Globe®, Critics Choice and Gotham Awards, and won a GLAAD Award, AFI Award and a Peabody. Van Der Beek’s other television credits include HBO’s series Room 104, created by Jay and Mark Duplass; Don’t Trust the B**** in Apartment 23, Friends with Better Lives, Criminal Minds, How I Met Your Mother and Law & Order: Criminal Intent, among many others. He is also the voice of Boris on Disney Junior’s hit animated series Vampirina. Van Der Beek has done a variety of work on the big screen, including the cult classic Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back, Backwards, Formosa Betrayed, Jason Reitman’s Labor Day and Alexander Payne’s Downsizing.

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MARY WILSON – A singer, bestselling author, motivational speaker, businesswoman, former U.S. Cultural Ambassador, wife, mother and grandmother, the legendary Mary Wilson continues to make great strides in her inevitable journey to greatness. Performing with the same passion as she did singing with the original Supremes, as well as with her solo career, the world-renowned performer is an advocate for social and economic challenges in the United States and abroad. Wilson uses her fame and flair to promote a diversity of humanitarian efforts including ending hunger, raising HIV/AIDS awareness and encouraging world peace. With no sign of slowing down, Wilson is getting ready to release her fourth book, Supreme Glamour, on Sept. 17, 2019. This highly anticipated coffee table book will showcase the gowns The Supremes were known for over the decades and delve into more history of the most successful female recording group of all time.

Wilson was honored at the Paley Center for Media in Beverly Hills, celebrating her work in music and her influence on young African Americans and entertainment. In 2021, she will also be celebrating the 60th anniversary of The Supremes. Her website is

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Hosted by two-time Emmy-winning host Tom Bergeron and Erin Andrews, Dancing with the Stars is the hit series in which celebrities perform choreographed dance routines that are judged by a panel of renowned ballroom experts, including head judge, Len Goodman, and dancers/choreographers Bruno Tonioli and Carrie Ann Inaba.

Dancing with the Stars is produced by BBC Studios. Andrew Llinares is executive producer.

“Don’t be a fool, smoking isn’t cool!”

– Sonic on Smoking

This occurs at the end of every episode.


Sonic Sez (Or Sonic Says) was a small 30 second segment which played at the end of every episode of Adventures of Sonic the Hedgehog. It acted as a PSA for all children watching. It talked about various moral dilemmas such as calling 911, smoking, grafitti and even some more peculiar issues like climbing into a dryer.

The first Sonic Sez (Used in the unaired pilot episode) involved Tails crossing a road without looking and almost getting run over until he’s saved by Sonic, the message obviously being don’t cross the road without looking both ways first.

Several Sonic says Shorts were edited on YouTube.

Notable Sonic SezEdit

The most well known Sonic Sez came from the Episode “Lovesick Sonic” where Sonic discussed sexual Harassment.

“Kids, there’s nothing more cool than being hugged by someone you like, but if someone tries to touch you in a place or in a way that makes you feel uncomfortable, that’s no good! It’s your body! No one has the right to touch you if you don’t want them to! So what do you do? First, you say no, then you get outta there! Most important, you gotta tell someone you trust, like your parents, your teacher or a police officer.”

– Sonic on Sexual Harassment

Sonic Sez was referenced to in the Adventures of Sonic the Hedgehog review by the Nostalgia critic, but this specific one was used in his Pagemaster Review whilst talking about Christopher Lloyd as the weird librarian.

Fan of Netflix’s No Good Nick are wondering just who plays Nick’s love interest Will as the pair hit it off in Part 2

No Good Nick returned to Netflix on August 5th for a second batch of 10 episodes after audiences were left with a cliffhanger ending earlier in 2019 after the show’s first ‘season.’

Season 2 continues the story right from where the Thompson family discover that Nick might not be who she claims to be, something that could threaten to derail Nick’s sinister plan.

While Nick’s life at the Thompson family home looks to be in jeopardy, she finds solace in the company of Will, her character’s love interest from Part 1 who makes a return in the new batch of episodes.

But just who plays Nick’s notorious knight in shining armour?

  • SEE ALSO: No Good Nick season 3: Netflix renewal status and more!

What’s No Good Nick about?

Netflix’s No Good Nick tells the story of a young con-artist, the titular Nick, whose aim is to infiltrate an ordinary family, by claiming to be an orphaned child searching for her last living relatives, in the hopes of eventually robbing them blind from right under their very noses.

However, complications arise when Nick grows attached to her new family and her true identity comes to light.

The series stars several veterans of US kids’ TV including Siena Agudong (Nick), Lauren Lindsey Donzis (Molly) and Kalama Epstein (Jeremy) but also features Sean Astin (The Lord of the Rings and Stranger Things) as well as Melissa Joan Hart (Sabrina, the Teenage Witch) as the Thompson family’s parents.

Who’s Will and who plays him?

As mentioned, Will is Nick’s love interest throughout the series and appears in several episodes of the show.

The pair’s relationship has become a fan-favourite element of the show as the duo seem totally made for each other, something plenty of the show’s fans have opined on social media.

However, the actor who plays Will is uncredited in the show’s online cast lists leaving many to wonder just who plays Nick’s sweetheart.

Despite the mystery of the actor’s identity, we have the answer… Anthony Turpel.

  • SEE ASLO: Where is No Good Nick filmed? Another West Coast production!

What else has Anthony Turpel been in?

The 19-year-old actor is just beginning his fledgeling career in the industry but that hasn’t stopped him from appearing in roles in both short films and several TV series.

Turpel’s first acting role came in the comedy sketch show Comedy Bang Bang but he has since gone on to appear in the likes of The Bold and the Beautiful and 9-1-1.

Both Part 1 and 2 of No Good Nick are available to stream now on Netflix.

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Dying To Be Loved is a thrilling new movie that will be premiering on the Lifetime Television Network this Saturday, starring former Days Of Our Lives actress Lindsay Hartley, according to Soaps. All year, dedicated viewers have enjoyed the most riveting Lifetime movies, which are sometimes inspired by, or based on, true stories.

This weekend’s feature is directed by Paul Shapiro and written by Stephen Lyons. Formerly named A Mother’s Suspicion, Lifetime TV’s Dying To Be Loved stars the following cast members: Lindsay Hartley as Jill Yates, Paloma Kwiatkowski as Emily Yates, Dan Payne a Connor Hodges, Jedidiah Goodacre as Gary Smith, James Pizzinato as Ritchie Smith, Jay Brazeau as Al Jennings, Chilton Crane as Mrs. Smith, Martin Cummins as Gerald, and Marci T. House as Officer Morse.

Dying To Be Loved Lifetime Movie Synopsis

Dying To Be Loved centers around attorney Jill Yates, a loving mother who is enjoying a sweet spot in her life. Her 18-year-old daughter, Emily, has started her freshman year in college, and Jill has a handsome fiance named Connor, a tenacious businessman who is looking forward to exchanging “I do’s” with Jill.

Emily seems to be getting along in college just fine and has even met a man of her own. Jill is looking forward to meeting the young man who has stolen her daughter’s heart, especially since Emily has dealt with depression over the years. But, Jill’s hearts skips a beat when she finally meets 25-year-old Gary, a quick-tempered young man who seems to have a violent edge.

Like any good mother, Jill does her best to warn her daughter about Gary, but Emily refuses to listen and seems to draw even closer to Gary after her mother’s warnings. Jill and Emily’s lives are turned upside down after Emily is arrested for the murder of a man that Gary killed during a tragic road rage incident. Now instead of enjoying college life, Emily might be headed to prison after police find her fingerprints on the gun that was used in the road rage killing.

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Meanwhile, Gary is facing a slew of charges and can’t seem to part from Emily. He then convinces her to run away with him and entices her into a suicide pact.

Jill is grief stricken after she reads her daughter’s suicide note and learns about a video showing both Emily and Gary leaping to their deaths. Now, Jill questions if they really went through with the double suicide, or if one of them faked their death. In a race for time, Jill sets out to find the truth, while hoping to bring her daughter back home alive.

Bio Info On Former Days Of Our Lives Actress Lindsay Hartley, according to Hallmark Channel.

“Hartley appeared in ‘Grease’ on Broadway as Sandy in 1996. In 1999, she won the role of Theresa Lopez-Fitzgerald on ‘Passions,’ filming almost 1,300 episodes until 2008. Hartley also co-wrote the song ‘Kiss Me,’ which she performed on ‘Passions’ in 2000. Following her work on ‘Passions,’ she was cast as Arianna Hernandez in ‘Days of Our Lives’ until 2010, when she was chosen to play the role of Cara Martin on ‘All My Children.’

In researching this movie, Inquisitr uncovered a true story of a couple who entered suicide pacts.

In the U.K., 18-year-old Mert Karaoglan and 15-year-old Charleigh Disbrey left a video for their friends and family, which showed the teen couple holding hands as they stood on top of a bridge. According to the Mirror, Mert and Charleigh, who came from different cultural backgrounds, were being kept apart — something which caused excruciating emotional pain for them. Since, no one wanted them to be together, they decided death was the only way to make sure they would be together forever.

Dying To Be Loved was filmed in Canada and is produced by Pender Street Pictures 4 with distribution by Reel One Entertainment. Tom Berry, David DeCrane, and Gilles LaPlante act as executive producers on the movie.

Take some time this weekend and watch Dying To Be Loved this Saturday at 8/7c on Lifetime. Last weekend, Lifetime rolled out another thrilling moving called Stranger In The House.

‘I’m Dying Up Here’ Canceled After Two Seasons at Showtime

Showtime has canceled “I’m Dying Up Here” after two seasons.

The drama series, which boasted Jim Carrey among its executive producers, followed a fictionalized group of stand up comedians in LA in the ‘70s. The cast was led by Oscar winner Melissa Leo, who played tough as nails comedy club owner Goldie. The cast also included Ari Graynor, Clark Duke, Michael Angarano, RJ Cyler, Andrew Santino, Erik Griffin, Al Madrigal and Jake Lacy. Jon Daly, Nicole Ari Parker, Xosha Roquemore, Stefania LaVie Owen and Brad Garrett joined the show in recurring roles in Season 2.

It was based on the non-fiction book of the same name by William Knoedelseder. Dave Flebotte, Carrey, Michael Aguilar, Christina Wayne, Cindy Chupack, Adam Davidson, and Endemol Shine Studios served as executive producers on Season 2. produced “I’m Dying Up Here.” Showtime confirmed the cancellation Friday evening.

The series never picked up any steam in the ratings, with the first season averaging just 143,000 viewers per episode in Live+Same Day, making it one of Showtime’s least watched originals. Going into the second season, Showtime paired the show with the much higher-rated “Billions” on Sunday nights. The move did boost “I’m Dying Up Here’s” numbers, but the show still only averaged about 180,000 viewers.

Despite the cancellation, Carrey is remains in business with Showtime. The comedian is starring and exec producing the new series “Kidding,” which bowed Sept. 9. Carrey has earned strong reviews for his role as an iconic children’s television show host dealing with serious family issues. Aguilar also executive produces “Kidding,” with “Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind” helmer Michel Gondry on board as director.

When To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before hit Netflix in August 2018, it broke records. The movie, which the streaming service revealed to be one of their most re-watched original films of 2018, resonated with viewers and breathed new life into the teen romantic comedy genre. With the movie’s release, Lana Condor and Noah Centineo became breakout stars after viewers fell in love with their relatable characters, Lara Jean Covey and Peter Kavinsky.

Now that the film has been confirmed for a sequel, fans want to know what’s in store for all its characters. Ahead of the February release, here’s everything we know about what’s coming after TATBILB.

Netflix confirmed that a sequel is coming.

In August 2018, Centineo spoke with Variety, stating that he and the rest of the cast would be very interested in continuing the story. “All I know is that every single person involved in the making of that film wants a sequel,” he said. “We’ve all talked about it in depth. I’ll do as many as they want me!”

Luckily, in December 2018, Netflix released a holiday-themed teaser to confirm that a To All the Boys sequel is on the way.

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“Almost done with my Christmas list,” Condor says in the teaser, lying on Lara Jean’s bed. “For Jenny , I’ll just make her favorite chocolate chip cookies. For Noah? Noah kinda already has everything.” Then, she receives a FaceTime request from Noah. What good timing! “Noah! I was literally just thinking about what to get you for Christmas,” she says. “By the way, if we’re going to do this thing, we’re going to need a new contract….One more thing. I get to tell the fans about our new little secret. I am so excited! It’s officially official! We are making the To All The Boys sequel!”

The sequel has a title—and first trailer!

To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before is based on the first book in a trilogy by Jenny Han. The second book in the series is titled P.S. I Still Love You, so, naturally, the movie sequel’s full title is, To All the Boys: P.S. I Still Love You.

A new trailer for the movie shows Peter and Lara Jean adorably on her “first date.” Although Peter reminds her, “We’ve gone on a bunch of dates,” she insists that this is the first that counts, because their relationship was fake before. There are a ton of adorable moments and although the pair promise not to break each other’s hearts, that pact is complicated by the arrival of Mr. Steal Yo Girl himself, John Ambrose.

To All the Boys: P.S. I Still Love You will be released on February 12, 2020.

In August, Condor shared videos of herself and Centineo on set, confirming that the sequel would hit Netflix on February 12, 2020—just in time for Valentine’s Day. She also revealed that not only was a third film happening, but that it was already in production.

The sequel will explore Lara Jean and Peter’s relationship.

An official description of the sequel’s plot suggests Lara Jean and Peter are giving their romance a fighting chance…until a love triangle strikes:

It’s a new year and Lara Jean (Lana Condor) and Peter (Noah Centineo) are no longer pretending to be a couple. They ARE a couple. And, as Lara Jean navigates a trove of official firsts with Peter—her first real kiss, her first real date, her first Valentine’s Day—she finds herself leaning more on Kitty and Margot (Anna Cathcart and Janel Parrish), Chris (Madeleine Arthur), and an unexpected new confidant, Stormy (Holland Taylor), to help her manage the complex emotions that come with this new chapter of balancing a relationship and figuring out her authentic self. But when John Ambrose (Jordan Fisher), another recipient of one of Lara Jean’s old love letters, enters her life again she must rely on herself more than ever as she’s confronted with her first real dilemma: Can a girl be in love with two boys at once?” Bettina StraussNetflix

Your favorite characters will be returning.

In addition to Condor and Centineo being confirmed for the sequel, the rest of the Covey family will be returning as well. According to The Hollywood Reporter, Janel Parrish, Anna Cathcart, and John Corbett will return in the sequel to play Lara’s two sisters and dad.

In April, Madeleine Arthur was confirmed to return as Lara Jean’s BFF Chris. If the sequel follows the plot of Han’s book, Josh Sanderson (Israel Broussard) will likely make a return, and Chris’s cousin Genevieve (Emilija Baranac) will make an appearance.

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Lara Jean may have a new love interest.

In the middle of the credits at the end of the movie, Lara Jean gets an unexpected visit from her former crush and letter recipient, John Ambrose McClaren from the Model UN. Now a few years older and ready to win Lara Jean’s heart, could he cause trouble in paradise for Lara and Peter?

Han confessed that John Ambrose is the main reason she continued Lara Jean’s story. She told IndieWire: “The whole reason why I wrote a second book was for the character of John Ambrose McClaren, who is a fan favorite, and he’s a favorite of mine, too.” Uh oh—Peter seems to have some major competition ahead.

Could he possibly unseat Peter? While discussing the potential sequel, Centineo wondered to The Metro whether his character might “fall from his pedestal.” “Maybe he can change into not-so-good of a guy? Maybe we can show the dimensions to different people. How we can be heroes in one moment and villains in another?” he suggested, musing on Peter’s fate in the second film.

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Though Jordan Burtchett played John Ambrose in the film, Entertainment Weekly revealed in March that Jordan Fisher, who recently appeared in Rent: Live, has been cast in the role. Producer Matt Kaplan said, “Jordan’s charisma practically leaps off the screen with anything he does, whether it’s acting, singing, or dancing. There isn’t a more perfect guy who could believably shake things up in Lara Jean and Peter’s world.” Sounds dangerous!

In a recent interview with Teen Vogue, Condor said that when searching for John Ambrose, the casting call was color-blind, although the character was implied to be white in the book series. Condor told the outlet that during chemistry reads for the role, some actors tried to emulate the masculinity of Peter Kavinsky. However, she said Fisher brought the right sensitivity and intelligence to the role. When asked about Fisher’s casting, Condor told Teen Vogue, “Would I prefer it to be someone that’s a person of color? Yes, for my own…call it selfish reasons that I would like our diverse film to be even more diverse. I actually don’t think that’s selfish; I just think that’s right.” She continued, “But I also wasn’t, ‘I’m only going to read with people of color or no one at all.’ I just really wanted the world to see a world of To All the Boys that looks like the one that you see every day.”

There are three new characters in the film.

According to Han, there is a new character named Stormy, who will be played by Holland Taylor. IndieWire describes Stormy as a “nursing home resident who has led a rich and exciting life, and teaches Lara Jean a thing or two about seizing the day, especially when it comes to romance.”

Trevor Pike, Peter Kavinsky’s best friend, is another new addition to the sequel. 13 Reasons Why star Ross Butler will take on the role—very fitting, considering that Butler and Centineo are pals in real life.

#13ReasonsWhy star @RossButler has joined the cast of our To All The Boys sequel and will play Trevor Pike, Peter Kavinsky’s best friend!
Here’s the photo Ross and @noahcent sent us to accompany this news.

— See What’s Next (@seewhatsnext) April 1, 2019

The movie’s producer, Matt Kaplan, discussed the casting with EW, stating, “His real-life friendship with Noah brings a natural chemistry and great rapport to the set and we can’t wait for fans to see this friendship play out onscreen.”

Finally, the role of Trina has been cast—look forward to Blockers’ Sarayu Blue playing the Coveys’ neighbor.

A third movie is also on the way.

A third movie in the trilogy is also coming. Condor announced the news in an Instagram video with Centineo in August, ensuring that a film based on Always and Forever, Lara Jean was definite.

By the end of September, Condor shared to IG that filming on the entire trilogy had wrapped, which means the two films were likely shot at the same time. “I’ve been really struggling how to put into words my feelings towards this ending…words will never be able to describe my love for Lara Jean,” Condor captioned a photo of herself on the set of Lara Jean’s bedroom. “Her family, her friends, Peter. Words will never be able to describe the long nights on set, where it would suddenly hit me, like a ton of bricks, that I was getting the honor of portraying a girl so fiercely determined in love, who represents strength in softness. Words will never be able to describe my gratitude to YOU, for loving her as much as I do.”

There’s only one way to get a good idea of what happens next.

Too antsy to wait? Good news: P.S. I Still Love You is out and available to read if you’re dying to know what happens with Lara Jean and Peter. Plus, Lana Condor revealed a special movie tie-in edition of the book on Instagram. That’s available December 17.

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@jennyhan you need to send me a copy RIGHT NOW!!! The P.S I Still Love You movie tie-in edition will be available everywhere December 17th! Perfect holiday gift might I add 😍 📖#psistillloveyou #toalltheboysivelovedbefore

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