Your new show, Deadly Class, which premiered on Syfy in January, is about an academy for teenage assassins. You play Saya, one of the students there. What was going into that role like after playing Lara Jean?
Oh my gosh. Oh my gosh. Oh my gosh. It was whiplash. The day after the L.A. premiere of To All the Boys, I got on a plane to Vancouver to start shooting Deadly Class, which is different in every single possible way. My brain was so focused on Lara Jean, and all of a sudden, I had to play this badass, fierce, destructive, chaotic, lonely character. I was like, Lara Jean now has a sword and is stabbing people with it. What’s happening? I thought, Am I good enough to be able to make this switch? Then I had the greatest time of my life shooting Deadly Class. It was also the most challenging because the show is so demanding. Because we care so much about the fights, the story we’re telling, and the darkness of the show, we wanted to make it perfect. The transition period was confusing, but that’s what’s so awesome about acting—you can be whoever you want and do whatever you want.