The Second Season of Netflix’s ‘XO, Kitty’ Has Been Approved

Netflix has officially picked up the second season of Jenny Han’s hit show XO, Kitty. The show is a spin-off of Han’s popular To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before movie trilogy. It follows Katherine “Kitty” Song Covey, who is played by the talented Anna Cathcart, on an exciting trip.

In this new season, Kitty goes on a trip that will change her life. She goes to South Korea to spend her junior year of high school at the well-known Korean Independent School of Seoul.

Kitty is inspired by her late mother, Eve Song Covey, who went to KISS during her junior year. She takes the chance to learn about her roots and make experiences she will never forget. Also, her loving long-distance boyfriend Dae, who the talented Minyeong Choi played, was a big part of what made her decide to do what she did.

As co-showrunner and executive director, Jenny Han works with Sascha Rothchild to make her creative ideas come to life. Matt Kaplan from ACE Entertainment will be working with them as an executive director, and Awesomeness Studios will make the show. Along with Anna Cathcart and Minyeong Choi, the cast includes Gia Kim as Yuri, Sang Heon Lee as Min Ho, Anthony Keyvan as Q, Peter Thurnwald as Alex, and the amazing Yunjin Kim as Jina, Sarayu Blue as Trina, John Corbett as Dan Covey, Michael K. Lee as Professor Lee, Jocelyn Shelfo as Madison, and Regan Aliyah as Juliana.

At the end of the exciting first season, Kitty was torn between her new feelings for Yuri, a former enemy who had become a friend, and her growing friendship with Dae. Dae and Yuri made up a fake relationship to fool Yuri’s mother, Principal Jina, and hide the fact that Yuri was seeing Julianna in a same-sex relationship. Adding to the excitement, Kitty could have been kicked out of KISS after it was found out she lived in the boys’ dorm. This came to light during a happy party of her passing her finals. Kitty was surprised when Dae’s friend Minho, played by Sang Heon Lee, told her he liked her on the trip back to Portland.

The launch of XO, Kitty on Netflix on May 18 was a big hit with people all over the world. The Writers Guild of America had been on strike for almost three weeks before the show’s launch. Jenny Han and Sascha Rothchild were sad that they couldn’t go to the May 11 opening or do anything to promote the show because of the strike.