Ordered “Pretty Little Liar” on HBO Max to restart the series

“Riverdale” boss Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa (Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa) leads “Pretty Little Liar: Original Sin”, which is based on a former Freeform hit.

This is official:

HBO Max is about to launch a new feature of “Pretty Little Liars”. As the Hollywood Reporter exclusively reported earlier this month, on HBO Max, the new film style of this former Freeform hit appeared directly in the TV series. Riverdale host Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa led the series, titled “Pretty Little Liar. Original Sin.” Aguirre-Sacasa (Aguirre-Sacasa) will co-author the series with his collaborator Lindsay Calhoon Bring of Sabrina’s Adventures. The original series creator I. Marlene King is not involved.

Here’s how HBO Max describes PLL’s new perspective:

“Twenty years ago, a series of tragedies almost broke the blue-collar town of Millwood. A collection of small crooks-found themselves tortured by an unidentified attacker. And repaid the secret sins committed by our parents twenty years ago… and their own secrets. Primitive sin, we found ourselves miles away from Rosewood. But in the existing Pretty Little Liars world-a A brand new town with a new generation of Little Liars.”

Just three years after “Pretty Little Liar” packed seven seasons, and a year after Freeform canceled its second derivative product, “Original Sin” was born.

 PLL is considered the traditional title of Warner Bros. TV, a franchised studio. Mysterious mystery films centered on young people have been broadcast globally and have spawned several local adaptations. The flagship store is a star-maker and social media giant and helped found actors such as Lucy Hale, Taylor Blackburn, and Shay Mitchell.

Aguirre-Sacasa and Bring said in a joint statement on Thursday:

 “We love me very much. Marlene King and her iconic actors, we know that You must treat the original series as #Canon and do something different.”

 “So, when we restart the game, we will be suspense and terror, hoping to weave new and unexpected elements while fulfilling the fans’ opinions. Popular series favorite.”

The original series runs from 2010 to 2016 for seven consecutive seasons, helping to define the former ABC series. And laying the foundation for the Disney-owned cable television network to be renamed Freeform under the leadership of former president Tom Ascheim (Tom Ascheim) keynote.

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