Riverdale creator Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa reboot the show “Pretty Little Liars.”
The show will come to an end after three years. According to The Hollywood Reporter, Roberto will cast new characters and a new story for the show.
“Pretty Little Liars” is based on five school teenagers, friends-Spencer, Alison, Aria, Hanna, and Emily. The show was running from seven seasons 2010-2017—the show based upon Sara Shepard’s novels.
Freeform tried to follow it up with two spin-off shows, Pretty Little Liars: The Perfectionists (2019) and Ravenswood (2014), but both ended after a single season.
The executive producer and showrunner of the Freeform teen drama Pretty Little Liars, Ina Marlene King, posted on Instagram after the cancellation of Pretty Little Liars: The Perfectionists. She said, “PLL will always be a giant part of me, my family and a lot of you.”
“We’ll carry our journey with us as we move onto new adventures, big and small, always with pride, love of our craft, and this amazing family we have built. My deepest gratitude to our cast and crew for their tremendous efforts. And to our passionate fans who gave us all of these years to play together. You will forever be appreciated and loved. “And, last but never least, thank you @sashapieterse and @janelparrish for taking this last leap with me. Onward and upward we shall rise. Love you!”