Fans of Pretty Little Liars will be pleased to hear that an all new reboot may be on the way to us sooner than you think.
The young-adult mystery thriller series which captivated us for seven full seasons and finally came to an end in 2016, is reportedly getting a reboot, with Riverdale creator, Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa, spearheading the project. According to The Hollywood Reporter, this new series will feature an entirely new cast and centre around a completely different storyline to the original.
The new show currently isn't attached to a particular network just yet, though the likely suspect is apparently HBO MAX.
The original Pretty Little Liars show was loosely based on a series of novels of the same name, written by Sara Shepard. It followed the lives of four teen girls, who were constantly tormented by a mystery figure who curiously knew all of their darkest secrets.
This may come as quite a surprise to many of us, as Pretty Little Liars has already had two spin-off shows, Pretty Little Liars: Ravenswood and Pretty Little Liars: The Perfectionists, both of which were short-lived, only lasting one season. So why now, after only three years have they decided to give it yet another go?
Riverdale creator, Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa is no stranger to a teen murder-mystery show, having also worked on The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina, which ran for four seasons. He's certainly familiar with translating absurd and shocking storylines into addictive binge-watches.
Perhaps giving this new Pretty Little Liars series a Riverdale-revamp might not be so bad… we hope anyway!