Freeform series “Pretty Little Liars” is back with a new project! Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa, who previously developed “Riverdale” for television, is developing potential reboot under his general agreement with WBTV. Leslie Morgenstein and Gina Girolamo of Alloy Entertainment will serve as executive producers on the project, as Alloy controls the rights to the show.
For now, all other details, including the subject, are kept confidential. It is unknown whether the creator of the series I. Marlene King will appear in any part of the series. Last year, King joined Warner Bros. to get a new deal with 20th Television. He left his general agreement on TV. The project has not yet been released. But a natural target seems to be the HBO Max, also owned by WBTV’s parent company WarnerMedia.
According to sources, content platform YA is trying to come up with a good offer to get the rights to the show. To this end, HBO Max is currently working on a sequel to the classic teen drama “Gossip Girl”. “Pretty Little Liars” ended its first broadcast in 2017 after seven seasons and more than 150 episodes. Youth thriller series based on Sara Shepard’s books of the same name, “A.” It revolves around the main characters who are tormented by a mysterious villain known as
The series inspired both byproducts. These projects were named “Pretty Little Liars: The Perfectionists” and “Ravenswood“. Both series aired for one season and were later canceled. In addition to Aguirre-Sacasa’s work on “Riverdale”, his other notable works include “Chilling Adventures of Sabrina”, “Katy Keene“, “Supergirl” and “Glee“. He is currently working on the supernatural drama “The Shelley Society” for HBO Max.