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Netflix is ​​officially renewed XO, Kitty for a second season. The first season of the series is inspired by the popular To all the boys I’ve loved before movie series, which debuted on Netflix last month. It premiered at #2 on the English TV chart with over 72 million hours watched. It would also debut in the top 10 in 90 countries during its first week. That made renewing the season a no-brainer for the powerhouse at Netflix.

The renewal announcement was posted on the show’s official Instagram page. Includes a video of different staff members learning this XO, Kitty Renovated. Perhaps most excited of all is Anna Cathcart, who seems to be overwhelmed with excitement upon finding out the news.

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The second season of XO, Kitty It’s official,” Cathcart says in the video. Oh my God, I’m so excited. A big THANK YOU to everyone who watched Season 1! We can’t wait to do it again.”

In the series, “Teenage matchmaker Kitty Song Covey thinks she knows all there is to know about love. But when she moves halfway across the world to meet her long-distance boyfriend, she soon realizes that relationships are much more complicated. When your heart is set on touchstone.”

The first season of XO, Kitty It was executive produced by Matt Kaplan of ACE Entertainment alongside models Jenny Han and Sascha Rothchild. Han also created the series. Directors for the first season included Jennifer Arnold, Jeff Chan, Pamela Romanowski, and Katina Medina Mora.

The cast includes Anna Cathcart (Kitty Song Coffey), Minyoung Choi (Dae), Jia Kim (Yuri), Sang Hyun Lee (Min Ho), Anthony Kevan (Q), Peter Thornewald (Alex) along with Eunjin Kim (Jenna), Sarayu Blue (Trina), John Corbett (Dan Covey), Michael K. Lee (Professor Lee), Jocelyn Chilveau (Madison), Theo Ogier (Florian) and Regan Alia (Juliana).

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“Things aren’t always so simple,” Cathcart says of Kitty’s next move in season two. In the end, you’re like, ‘I literally have no idea anything. I think about it. There are a lot of new people who are becoming potential now. Seeing her world expand is a huge, massive difference and it will be a really fun thing to watch.”

Han also previously talked about writing the show in an interview with TUDUM, reflecting on how writing for such young characters allowed her to have more creative freedom with romantic storylines.

Han said, “I write a lot of romance stories about young people. Everyone wants a ‘happily ever after’ and the feeling of two people together forever – but they’re really young. What was exciting about Kitty’s story [is] It shows that you can really explore different people at different times in your life.”

You can stream the first season of XO, Kitty In the Netflix app and on The premiere date for the second season has not been set yet.


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