'Pretty Little Liars: The Perfectionists' potential season 2 teased after showrunner promises to have more 'psychological warfare' in the show

I. Marlene King revealed what went down in the season 1 finale, in turn teasing fans with the possibility of a second season and even the likelihood of the OG Liars returning. 


                            'Pretty Little Liars: The Perfectionists' potential season 2 teased after showrunner promises to have more 'psychological warfare' in the show

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The first season of 'Pretty Little Liars: The Perfectionists' might have come to an end, but that has left everyone with more questions than before. 

Wednesday night's season finale of the spin-off series was one for the ages as Ava's (Sofia Carson) dad returned, the reveal of a new A-like character called 'The Professor' and obviously the growing suspicion of nearly every person in Beacon Heights as Nolan's potential murderer.

In an interview with ET, the showrunner of the series,  I. Marlene King revealed what went down in the finale and she also spoke about the possibility of a second season and the likelihood of the OG Liars returning.  

Sara Shepard and I. Marlene King arrive at the 'Pretty Little Liars: The Perfectionists' premiere at Hollywood Athletic Club on March 15, 2019 in Hollywood, California. (Photo by Emma McIntyre/Getty Images)

Though King never revealed too much information on the shows, she did promise that there will be "psychological warfare" and more "twists, turns, friendships and scary stuff" if the series returns for a season 2. 

During the finale, we reckon that Jeremy (Graeme Thomas King) is alive and did not kill Nolan’s (Chris Mason). But, Jeremy is not seen alive. Talking about that King said, " It’s part of the mystery moving forward. So it’s a good question, but one I’m going to have to take a pass on." 

In the previous episode, we saw Jeremy confessing to Caitlin (Sydney Park). But King said she cannot reveal what he was confessing but she did say that he was forced to do some things by the professor in order to keep Caitlin safe. 

Janel Parrish, I. Marlene King, and Sasha Pieterse arrive at the 'Pretty Little Liars: The Perfectionists' premiere at Hollywood Athletic Club on March 15, 2019 in Hollywood, California. (Photo by Emma McIntyre/Getty Images)

Alison (Sasha Pieterse) switched her majors at the end of the episode, and we witnessed her new boss talk to someone on the phone saying "She’s in." Revealing if it is related to everything else in Beacon Heights or a separate incident, King said, "That will definitely unfold as we move on in season two. I mean, the takeaway is that Alison just set herself up for something that she doesn’t know is about to happen. She’s about to become a part of something she’s unaware of." 

King also revealed that even though the series hasn't been renewed for another season, she is projecting as if it is since it's on her vision board. Talking about what one can expect if the series does get renewed King said, "The psychological warfare that’s about to happen with The Professor and our leading cast members. I hope Alison starts working on herself and maybe opens herself up to a new relationship. We’re going to have some new characters. Keep doing more of what we’ve been doing. Twists, turns, friendships and scary stuff." 

One question that everyone has on their minds is if the OG Liars will make an appearance in the spinoff series, to which King said, "I think so. I’ve talked to quite a few of them, including some of the guys, who are really open to coming on the show and excited about it, so hopefully. We really wanted season one to cement the show so it could stand on its own two feet before we brought people in to sort of crossover universes. But we’re definitely open to doing some of that in season two." 

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