Pretty Little Liars: Original Sin spoilers follow.
Mallory Bechtel has said she has “the highest hopes” for Pretty Little Liars: Original Sin get a second season.
Bechtel’s dual roles (at least, initially) in the HBO Max series as the Beasley twins mean it has a lot to look forward to if the show is renewed, but there’s been no official word yet.
Although the future of all HBO Max properties is up in the air as the merger between Warner Bros and Discovery finalizes, Bechtel was positive about the future of the show in a conversation with digital spy.
“[I have the] the highest hopes. What I hope happens with Kelly, I don’t know if it will happen, but I hope she stays with this group of friends and I hope she stays on the right track and I hope she leans on them to deal with this. new trauma which is the death of her father,” she said.
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“She has a very complicated relationship with him. I hope she finds some kind of passion, maybe translates her love of dance into musical theater. I feel like Kelly will be involved in whatever the spring musical is, she might sign up for it’s”.
“I just think he gets attached to girls and I think it would be really fun to be able to do things with Noa and Mouse, the Liars that I haven’t been able to interact with as much. I’d like to see how those friendships work out.” would be like.”
The sky is the limit for the streaming show, especially since its first season hinted at future crossovers with the original. pretty Little Liars and the Riverdale universe.
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Pretty Little Things: Original Sin premiered on HBO Max on July 28. No UK station or date has been announced.