How XO, Kitty’s Anna Cathcart Felt About That “Special” Coming Out Scene

Anna Cathcart, the actress who totally rocks as Kitty in the “To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before” movies, was seriously hyped when she heard that Kitty is gonna get to discover her own sexuality in the spinoff “XO, Kitty”.

You can’t miss out on XO, Kitty—a total blast of a Netflix spinoff series based on the insanely popular “To All Boy Boys films”. We’re talking about following the adorable matchmaker sister on her wild ride through Korea.

Kitty enrolls in boarding school, all giddy to finally see her long-distance sweetheart Dae (Minyeong Choi). But hold on, things take a twist right out of a K-drama when Kitty starts catching feelings for her classmate Yuri (Gia Kim), who’s been keeping her true self under wraps from her ‘rents.

In a vulnerable moment, Kitty tearfully calls her dad (John Corbett) to share that she may identify as bi, pan, or fluid. His response is warm and supportive.

Kitty finds herself caught in the middle of multiple love interests. And guess what? One of them is Yuri! Starting off as rivals, they eventually become BFFs with some major romantic vibes going on.


According to Cathcart, seeing a storyline featuring two Asian girls on screen is incredibly special. They pointed out that this specific representation is not very common and holds immense importance. The most touching moments are when they can see the genuine impact it has on real people in the real world, and being part of that experience is truly heartwarming.

Cathcart starred in the “To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before” films alongside Lana Condor, Noah Centineo and Janel Parrish.

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