While no official release date has been set, Pretty Little Liars: The Perfectionist is set to debut sometime in 2019. This week, the broadcaster have revealed they've picked up spinoff series "The Perfectionists", and dropped an official description for the show.
Based on Sara Shepard's book The Perfectionists, the drama was first put into development at Freeform in November 2014 as an unrelated series.
Freeform handed out a pilot order for Pretty Little Liars: The Perfectionists - based on the Sara Shepard book of the same name - late past year.
Kangaroo in Clarks Hill gets people hopping
Local news reported the kangaroo was later captured and returned to its owner, a licensed exotic animal farm. Officials say it is legal to have a pet kangaroo in SC and the owner had all the proper documents.
After the town's first murder, each Perfectionist hides behind a secret, a lie and an alibi.
Alloy Entertainment and Long Lake Media in association with Warner Horizon Scripted Television are producing the series. Elizabeth Allen Rosenbaum directed the pilot. Others are happy to have something PLL related back on the air, tweeting: "MY LIFE WILL MAKE SENSE AGAIN, I REPEAT, MY LIFE WILL MAKE SENSE AGAIN" and "I'm crying, im so happy they are back".
As it turns out, Alison isn't the only returning character from Pretty Little Liars.
Are you looking forward to Pretty Little Liars: The Perfectionists or was seven seasons enough with these characters? This will be the second PLL spinoff after "Ravenswood", which only lasted one season.