Warning: This article contains spoilers for XO, Kitty season 1.


Romcoms fans have likely already binged their way through new Netflix series XO, Kitty, which landed on the streaming service earlier in May.

The To All the Boys spin-off series revolves around Anna Cathcart's character Kitty Song-Covey as she makes a fresh start in South Korea.

However, her plan to be closer to her long-distance boyfriend, Dae (Minyeong Choi), doesn't quite work out when she ends up falling for someone else entirely: her former nemesis Yuri (Gia Kim).

In the end, Kitty is faced with three potential partners, turning an already complicated love triangle into a headache-inducing love square, and paving the way for an action-packed second season.

So, is the romantic teen drama returning for a second season to tie up all the loose ends? Read on for everything we know so far about a potential XO, Kitty season 2 on Netflix.

Will there be a season 2 of XO, Kitty?

There's currently no word from Netflix on the future of the show. The streamer usually takes around one month to make a call based on initial viewership numbers, although that's not a hard and fast rule.

At the time of writing, XO, Kitty sits at a respectable third place on Netflix UK's internal ranking chart, with potential for it to climb even higher over the next week.

Watch this space for more details as they come.

XO, Kitty season 2 release date speculation: when could it come out?

If the series does get the green light, we wouldn't expect it to arrive until 2024 at least.

XO, Kitty season 2 cast – who could star?

Yuri dressed in pink and denim walking down the street with a crowd following her and taking photos of her
XO, Kitty.

Alongside Anna Cathcart as Kitty Song-Covey, we'd expect to see all of the following return for season 2:

  • Gia Kim as Yuri
  • Minyeong Choi as Dae
  • Sang Heon Lee as Min Ho
  • Anthony Keyvan as Quincy 'Q' Shabazian
  • Théo Augier as Florian
  • Jocelyn Shelfo as Madison
  • Michael K Lee as Professor Lee
  • Peter Thurnwald as Alex
  • Yunjin Kim as Principal Jina Lim
  • Regan Aliyah as Juliana
  • Sunny Oh as Mihee
  • Han Bi Ryu as Eunice
  • John Corbett as Dr Covey
  • Sarayu Blue as Trina Rothschild

As for Lana Condor, who played Lara Jean in To All the Boys, and Noah Centineo who played Peter Kavinsky, it remains to be seen if they'll appear in guest roles.

There's also Janel Parish, who plays the eldest Covey sister Margot. And there's also the possibility of some new faces, too.

XO, Kitty season 2 plot – what could happen?

Min Ho and Dae sat side by side at a table at school in their school uniforms
XO, Kitty.

The show's first chapter wasn't short of drama.

Kitty had her heart set on Dae when she first arrived at KISS, but she unexpectedly developed romantic feelings for Yuri, despite the pair being at loggerheads for much of the season.

"It's a lot to understand," she said to Dae. "I'm barely understanding it myself."

At the airport, Kitty plucked up the courage to bare her soul to the social media influencer following an amicable breakup with her first love. But just as she was about to deliver her confession, Yuri's love interest Juliana arrived and the moment was lost, with Kitty rushing off to catch her flight home to the US – and there's a chance she won't be returning to study in Seoul.

After Principal Lim discovered that Kitty had been living in the boys' dormitory, she was expelled from the school for breaking the conditions of her scholarship – despite the fact she had passed the semester after a rocky start.

But in a previous scene, Yuri asked her mum to overturn Kitty's expulsion, which should see her reinstated.

Kitty smiling with her arms outstretched, standing in her living room in front of a screen that reads: "Korea here I come."
XO, Kitty. Netflix

If season 2 does get the thumbs up, we'd expect Kitty to head back to South Korea for another semester – but it remains to be see what shape her love life will take. She could potentially explore a relationship with Yuri, and there's also Dae's best friend Min Ho, who tells Kitty that he's fallen in love with her.

What's a girl to do?!

We'd also hope to learn more information about Simon in season 2. The principal gives Kitty a letter she was going to send to her mum, which mentions the aforementioned: "My world got so much bigger because of you. And because of Simon." Is he Eve's first love, as Kitty suspects? Or is he someone else entirely?

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Is there a trailer for XO, Kitty season 2?

Not yet.

Trailers usually arrive in the month leading up to the premiere. If a second season is green-lit, expect a teaser trailer first followed by a more in-depth look.

We'll update this page if there's any news, so watch this space!

XO, Kitty is available to stream now on Netflix. Sign up for Netflix from £4.99 a month. Netflix is also available on Sky Glass and Virgin Media Stream.

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