Teen-dramas are the best. They were entertaining back when I was a teenager, and they are entertaining now. That's why when we heard that Pretty Little Liars is coming back on television, we couldn't keep calm. Yes, we are talking about a reboot, only bigger and better.
According to a popular Hollywood daily, the maker of Riverdale, another popular Netflix teen-drama series, Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa is doing a new take on the former mega-hit series and is all set to pen the script. The new PLL is said to have a new story and new characters. A network is not yet attached and the project hasn't been taken to possible buyers, but sources suggest that Warner Brothers' back up streamer, HBO Max, is being considered to air it.
Currently, HBO Max is preparing for the Friends reunion.
Pretty Little Liars wrapped up in June of 2017 and launched a spin-off, Pretty Little Liars: The Perfectionists, which was cancelled after one season. Three years later, here we are talking about a reboot. The show is at early stages of development where even the cast hasn't been finalised yet. Furthermore, it is unknown whether the former showrunner, Marlene King, will be involved in PLL 2 in any way.
Pretty Little Liars aired from 2010 to 2017 and starred Troian Bellisario, Lucy Hale, Ashley Benson, Shay Mitchell, Sasha Pieterse, and Janel Parrish. A group of high school friends come in contact with a mysterious figure named “A” who exposes their secrets in increasingly fraught, violent ways. Needless to say, the show gathered a huge fan following. Let's hope the reboot is as interesting and gripping as the original. Can't wait to binge!
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