Here is a piece of good news for Pretty Little Liars’ fans. The popular franchise which ended in 2017 is coming back. As per the recent reports, Warner Bros. TV is looking to revive the franchise with all new characters and an all-new story. Want to know the details? Read on.
Pretty Little Liars launched two spinoffs, but each one was ended after one season. It aired on ABC Family/Freeform from 2010 to 2017. The original creator of Pretty Little Liars is I. Marlene King, but this time Riverdale show-runner Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa will be writing the script that will be completely different from the universe formed by the former.
According to the report published by the Hollywood Reporter, “The new PLL is said to feature a new story and new characters, with Aguirre-Sacasa set to pen the script. A network is not yet attached, and the project has not yet been taken out to possible buyers, though sources tell THR that WarnerMedia-backed streamer HBO Max is considered to be the target destination for the potential series.”
The report further revealed that Alloy Entertainment’s Leslie Morgenstein and Gina Girolamo would executive produce the drama alongside Aguirre-Sacasa. Any other details regarding the show is not revealed yet.
The report added, “PLL is considered a legacy title for Warners. The young adult-focused mystery thriller aired across the globe and spawned a couple of local adaptations. The flagship was a star-maker and social media monster and helped to launch the careers of cast members including Lucy Hale, Tyler Blackburn, Shay Mitchell and Tyler Blackburn, among others.”
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