'Pretty Little Liars' Spinoff 'The Perfectionists' Picked Up to Series at Freeform


Pretty Little Liars: The Perfectionists when it premieres sometime in 2019.

No surprise here: Freeform has formally ordered its Pretty Little Liars spinoff to series.

Based on Sara Shepard's book The Perfectionists, the drama was first put into development at Freeform in November 2014 as an unrelated series. Marlene King wrote the pilot and served as executive producer with Lisa Cochran-Neilan, Leslie Morgenstein, Charlie Craig, and Gina Girolamo.

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"Everything about the town of Beacon Heights seems ideal, from their top-tier college to their overachieving residents".

So we already knew that Sasha Pieterse and Janel Parrish would be reprising their PLL characters, Alison and Mona, for the show, and fans will be thrilled to hear that the trailer shows a lot of them.

"The stress of needing to be ideal leads to the town's first murder".

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Freeform handed out a pilot order for Pretty Little Liars: The Perfectionists - based on the Sara Shepard book of the same name - late previous year.

As it turns out, Alison isn't the only returning character from Pretty Little Liars. They will star in the series alongside Eli Brown, Sofia Carson, Sydney Park, Kelly Rutherford, Graeme Thomas King, and Hayley Erin. This is the second spinoff to come out of Pretty Little Liars.

It was less than a year ago that Pretty Little Liars came to an end after seven seasons.

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Alloy Entertainment and Long Lake Media in association with Warner Horizon Scripted Television are producing the series. One called "Ravenswood" didn't make the same impact as the series which birthed it, and was actually cancelled after just a single season.