XO, Kitty Season 2 is not coming to Netflix in July 2023

XO, Kitty Season 2 is not coming to Netflix in July 2023
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Love is officially in the air! As Kitty will be back for another season. Continue reading to find out more about XO, Kitty Season 2.

Ever since the first season premiered on Netflix, the show has proven why it is one of the most popular series on the streaming catalog, which has captured the interest of millions of viewers around the world with its romantic entanglements! On Rotten Tomatoes, the approval rating of the series has an average rating of 5.8/10, based on 18 critic reviews. 

The website’s critical consensus reads, “A modest and sweet extension of all the films that fans have loved before, XO, Kitty aims straight for the heart and finds its mark.” Whereas, on Metacritic, the series has a score of 67 out of 100 based on seven critics, indicating “generally favorable reviews.” It also has a high viewership on Netflix in more than 50 countries, which makes it a must-watch series that will leave you wanting more! 

It has already started to spread its magic, with many fans eagerly looking for more information on the upcoming season. So, if you are one of those who want to know it all, then we can assure you that you’ve come to the right place! As we at Web News Observer have compiled all of the relevant details due to the high level of interest shown by the readers.

Here is everything we know about XO, Kitty Season 2. 

XO, Kitty Season 2 is not coming to Netflix in July 2023

XO, Kitty Season 2: Is it coming to Netflix in July 2023?

For curious readers, we can assure you that the anticipated premiere date for XO: Kitty Season 2 has yet to be disclosed by the network. As we know, that series was renewed for a second season last month, so it is way too early for the network to release information about the official release date, as we are certain that the filming hasn’t even begun for the new episodes due to the ongoing 2023 Writers Guild of America strike, which has put a halt on the majority of writers room until a resolution is made in favor of the writer’s compensation.

The release of the show can be delayed further if the actor’s strike, which has also gained momentum, doesn’t reach a resolution when the deadline arrives. But if we have observed the gap between seasons for many original Netflix series, then we’ll know that it usually tends to be roughly a year, which is typical for a show of this caliber to wrap up its meticulous production on schedule. As per our guess, if the production does begin sometime later this year, then we can assume that the new episodes might come back around mid-2024 or even 2025! 

So, these factors make one thing pretty much clear there is no way the second season will be premiering on Netflix anytime later this year, let alone in July 2023. In the meantime, check out the renewal announcement post as shared on Netflix’s official Twitter handle, quote, “pssst… XO, Kitty has been renewed for Season 2!!! Pass it on.”

XO, Kitty Season 2: What can the fans expect to see in the new season?

In the series, Kitty Song Covey thinks she knows everything there is to know about love. She’ll soon realize that relationships are a lot more complicated when it’s your own heart on the line. The official synopsis states, “Kitty Covey, who believes she is extremely knowledgeable on love, moves halfway across the world, aiming to reconnect with her long-distance boyfriend. She finds, however, that a relationship is much more complex when it is your own feelings of love at risk.”

Even though not much has been revealed about the second season, it is pretty evident that season one was just the beginning. As Anna Cathcart also told Netflix Tudum ahead of XO, Kitty Season 1, her character still has a lot of life to explore. Despite Kitty’s conviction that her long-distance lover Dae (Minyeong Choi), is her everlasting companion, her experiences at KISS cause her to reevaluate her entire perspective. Over the course of Season 1, Kitty learns that love may blossom in a variety of unexpected ways and that “things are not always so simple,” as Cathcart put it. 

“By the end, she’s like, ‘I literally have no idea about anything. I am figuring it out. There are so many new people now that is a possibility,'” Cathcart said. “To see her world expand is a huge, huge difference and will be a really fun thing to follow.” Moreover, Co-showrunner Jenny Han also stated, “What was exciting about Kitty’s story [is] that it shows you can really explore different people for different times of your life.” Han continued. “It means that at that moment in your life, they were that love. And then maybe it enables you to keep going.”

XO, Kitty Season 2 is not coming to Netflix in July 2023

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Moreover, we are certain that the season will pick up the plot from the final episode, “OTP,” of the first season, which the viewers got to see; Kitty tells Dae the other person she has feelings for is Yuri, making him feel hurt and leave. Jina tells Lee that Alex is his son and that she didn’t tell him so he wouldn’t change his goals and retain him. The final results are shared, and Kitty passes all her classes but is expelled when it is found she has been living in the boy’s dorm. 

Kitty gives Jina music she downloaded, believing it was for her mom, and Jina hands her a letter that Eve wrote to her but never answered back. Florian gets the best results, meaning he stays at school but jeopardizes Dae’s scholarship as he needs to be the best in order to keep it, placing Q in a hard position. Kitty breaks up with Dae telling him he would be the first boy she has ever loved, and he tells her he has loved her too. 

Later, Yuri is at the airport waiting for Juliana, and Kitty is about to tell her how she feels when Juliana appears, and she leaves. Yuri calls her mother and tells her it’s a mistake to expel Kitty. Kitty reads the letter on the plane and finds out her mother’s first love was someone called Simon. Min Ho is seated next to her, traveling to see his mom in LA, and confesses his feelings to her, leaving her dumbfounded.

XO, Kitty Cast Explain the Ending | Netflix

XO, Kitty Season 2 Frequently Asked Questions

Is the series a spin-off? 

Yes! This romantic comedy-drama series created by Jenny Han is a spin-off of the To All the Boys film series (itself an adaptation of Han’s book trilogy To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before) and marks the first Netflix television series to be spun-off from a Netflix original film. Moreover, Han serves as a writer and executive producer in addition to being a showrunner. It features Kitty Song Covey going on her own journey to find true love.

Who will return to the cast for XO, Kitty Season 2?

The main cast members of the series who will be expected to reprise their roles include Anna Cathcart as Katherine “Kitty” Song Covey, Choi Min-young as Dae-heon Kim, Anthony Keyvan as Quincy “Q” Shabazian, Gia Kim as Yuri Han, Sang Heon Lee as Min Ho, Peter Thurnwald as Alex, Théo Augier as Florian and Regan Aliya as Juliana. The recurring cast members include Yunjin Kim as Principal Jina Lim, Michael K. Lee as Professor Lee, Jocelyn Shelfo as Madison Miller, Sunny Oh as Mihe, and Ryu Han-bi as Eunice. 

There can be some new cast members introduced in the second season, which will be announced later if it ever happens!

XO, Kitty Season 2 is not coming to Netflix in July 2023

How many episodes will be there in XO, Kitty Season 2?

The upcoming season is expected to have a total of 10 episodes with an average runtime of 25 to 34 minutes, just like the prior season. On the other hand, the episode titles and synopsis of the series are not released yet. The network will publish those details when the episodes are due to air on the streaming service. So, we would advise fans to be patient and binge-watch all the first season’s episodes to recall the overall storyline. 

Where to watch XO, Kitty?

When XO, Kitty Season 2 draws close to its release date along with the first season, it will be available exclusively on Netflix, with other series of the same genre also accessible on the streaming platform with a range of membership options depending on the package you choose. The basic membership starts at $9.99/month, and the standard membership starts at $15.49/month at no additional cost with any of their services.

Is there any trailer for the second season?

Unfortunately, the network has not yet released any new teasers for the new season of XO, Kitty, as the filming is currently at a temporary halt due to the 2023 Writers Guild of America strike, which hasn’t come to a resolution yet. In the meantime, check out the official trailer for the first season to recall what transpired in the season that followed, “Kitty Song Covey going to Korea to be with Minyoung Choi for her junior year of high school at KISS, her mom’s alma mater!” 

While you wait for more XO, Kitty Season 2 updates, share your thoughts on the series in the comments.