HBO Max Pretty little liars spin off, Pretty Little Liars: Original Sinhas attracted new and veterans PLL fans alike. The riveting and dark teen drama follows a new group of young liars who are being molested by a serial killer named A. HBO Max got through the first season quickly, releasing two to three episodes a week. And while there hasn’t been an official announcement, some fans fear the streaming service has already been cancelled Pretty Little Liars: Original Sin without a second installment. Here’s why.
Season 1 of Pretty Little Liars: Original Sin is ending soon
Pretty Little Liars: Original Sin tells a story that takes place in two periods. In 1999, a teenage girl named Angela Waters (Gabriella Pizzolo) committed suicide after being bullied by a close-knit group of five girls. Twenty years later, these girls are grown and have their own teenage daughters. After years of keeping secrets about Angela’s death, a masked killer begins to molest the five daughters and their mothers. It’s up to the teenagers – Imogen (Bailee Madison), Mouse (Malia Pyles), Faran (Zaria), Noa (Maia Reficco) and Tabby (Chandler Kinney) – to uncover A’s true identity and figure out what they want and how everything goes connects with Angela Waters.
The last three episodes of the season will be released on Thursday, August 18th. The girls will finally find out who A really is and they will find answers. However, her life will also be at stake. As Madison told Elite Daily, every moment in the finale is “huge.”
“There’s not a second in the finale that your jaw doesn’t drop and you’re like, ‘Holy shit! Wait what?’ There’s so much going on in our show that we’re so excited to move forward,” she said. “There’s so much more that these characters have to go through, and I don’t think you have to be in the same story to be able to go through those stories. Things can lead to things if that makes sense. We still have secrets but I think by the end of the season you as a viewer will be very satisfied.”
A promo for the upcoming episodes indicated that Pretty Little Liars: Original Sin was cancelled
With a finale this exciting, fans will no doubt be left wanting more. But is that still a possibility? As seen above, a trailer for episodes 8, 9 and 10 describes the episodes as the “series” finale. Eagle-eyed fans, noticing the wording, immediately expressed concern about it Pretty Little Liars: Original Sin was silently cancelled.
“What do you mean by series finale?! No, I don’t want it to end. It’s the first sequel that’s really good, I want to keep watching it,” one fan commented on YouTube.
“Season finale? The show is so good it deserves a second season! Hope we get it,” added another person.
On the plus side, as reported by TVLine, it was allegedly just a copy error in the trailer. HBO Max didn’t cancel the show. However, Pretty Little Liars: Original Sin is not entirely clear as the streaming service is yet to make a formal decision about Season 2.
The creators of the show have plans for the future
At least in the minds of the creators, there is room for the story to continue. Executive producers Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa and Lindsay Calhoon Bring recently spoke to Collider about it original sin Future. According to Calhoon Bring, they have some “ideas to move forward.”
“There are some things in Season 1 that we’ve oddly held onto from the start, like some of our mysteries,” the co-creator explained. “And then there are some things that have certainly evolved and changed over the course of the season. We have ideas for how to move forward, and we have some pretty fun and exciting story ideas and places for the characters to go after that.”
Pretty Little Liars: Original Sin Season 1 is now streaming on HBO Max. Episodes 8, 9 and 10 will premiere on August 18th.
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