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Everything We Know So Far About ‘XO, Kitty’ Season 2 (& A Recap Of Season 1)

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Your favorite teen matchmaker is officially back for more. On April 25, Netflix announced that Season 2 of XO, Kitty is now in production! The streamer’s official TikTok account posted a super cute video of Anna Cathcart, who plays Kitty, and Sang Heon Lee, who plays Min Ho, doing the jumping over the camera trend — going from a script reading to the show’s set with the rest of the cast.

Cathcart also posted a video of herself and the cast lip syncing along to Reneé Rapp’s song “Not My Fault” with a caption that read “Oh hey season 2.”

Netflix first announced that XO, Kitty had been renewed for a second season on June 14, 2023! The show’s official Instagram account posted a cute video of its main cast members passing each other a note (I feel like I’m back in KISS already). Anna Cathcart, who plays Kitty, opens the slip of paper to reveal the words “XO, Kitty Season 2 is coming!” Now that production for Season 2 has officially begun, I can’t tell who’s more excited: the cast or the thousands of fans who have been begging to know what happens next after Season 1’s wild ending. Spoiler warning: Spoilers for XO, Kitty Season 1 follow.


roll call! we’re headed back to KISS! #xokitty season 2 is NOW IN PRODUCTION!

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Season 1 ends on a major cliffhanger: Kitty gets expelled from KISS and is about to fly back to the United States, she ends things (on a good note!) with Dae, and Min Ho confesses his feelings for Kitty right after she almost confessed her feelings for Yuri, who was just reunited with her girlfriend Juliana. The relationship drama on this show has hit an all-time high, and I’m eating up every second of it. Fans are eager to find out who’ll end up with who; at this point, every ship is on the table.

Unlike To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before, the film series about Kitty’s older sister Lara Jean, XO, Kitty isn’t adapted from a preexisting book series. Fans will just have to hold tight until the second season starts streaming on Netflix to answer their burning questions. Here’s everything we know so far about XO, Kitty Season 2.

The plot of Season 2 will probably still take place in Korea.

Kitty’s Seoul searching journey can’t be over yet — she’s got too many loose ends to wrap up! Although, yes, she technically got expelled from KISS, Yuri asked her mother (Professor Lim) to reconsider Kitty’s expulsion as Kitty began boarding the plane home. We don’t actually see the plane take off before the credits roll; I’m betting that Kitty won’t be on it when it does.

It looks like our favorite KISS students are here to stay in the cast.

The Jun 14 announcement video featured the series’s five main cast members: Anna Cathcart, Gia Kim, Choi Min-yeong, Sang Heon Lee, Regan Aliyah, and Anthony Keyvan. Fans can probably assume that they’ll all reprise their roles in Season 2, which Netflix’s new TikTok video has officially confirmed yet.

In addition to the original cast, Season 2 will also feature a few new faces. The show has brought on Audrey Huynh (ANZBBGRL, Wyrm), who will portray Stella, as a series regular, as well as Sasha Bhasin (Brave the Dark) and Joshua Lee (Gangnam Project) will appear as recurring characters Praveena and Jin, respectively. 

When can we see Kitty on our screens again?

The second season’s release date is still TBD. But I’m crossing my fingers that we’ll get Season 2 sometime next year.

I’ll update you when Netflix releases more information on what to expect (and when!) from XO, Kitty Season 2. Until then, XO!

Fabiana Beuses is a senior at Florida State University double majoring in Media/Communication Studies and English (Editing, Writing, and Media). She is the Editor-in-Chief of Her Campus at FSU. She previously served as Her Campus' Summer 2023 Entertainment & Culture Intern and is currently a National Culture Writer, where she profiles celebrities and professionally fangirls over pop culture phenomena. When she's not polishing her latest article, you can find her browsing bookstore aisles, taste testing vanilla lattes around town, or rewatching the Harry Potter series for the millionth time.