That (probably) isn’t happening, but guys, something might be!
Showrunner I. Marlene King is working on a new series for Freeform called The Perfectionists.
Who wrote The Perfectionists?
The one and only Sara Shepard, author of Pretty Little Liars!
We’re not saying that The Perfectionists will have crossover with Pretty Little Liars, but we’re not not saying it, either.
But here’s a sign there might be something special planned: One especially astute Reddit user noticed that two character names in The Perfectionists, Claire and Ava, are also names of characters in the Pretty Little Liars series finale.
And this tweet from I. Marlene King certainly seems interesting.
@sashayfields I am finally adapting @sarabooks fantastic thriller "The Perfectionist". But I am adding a twist on a twist. ????????????????
The actress, who plays both twins on the show, opened up about what Liv will be going through in the final three episodes, which start on March 3rd.
“It is the most emotional episode of Liv that she’s ever had,” Dove shares, about the storyline which could possibly see Liv potentially losing her singing voice.
She added, “It’s something that every singer is terrified of and it’s when your voice is under so much use and so much stress that you develop these kind of, like, blisters. It’s very intense. It’s basically like a do-or-die kind of moment for Liv and it’s definitely one of my favorite moments in the whole series.”
Don’t forget that there’s another episode this Friday, February 24th, so stay tuned for a sneak peek — and pray for Liv!
Remember Clarke’s list? The list of 100 people she made in the chance that if repaired drop ship was their only option, those 100 people would be on it? Well, it gets in the WRONG HANDS in tonight’s episode.
And the only one backing her up on it? Monty (Christopher Larkin)…but only for a quick minute.
Meanwhile in the episode, Abby (Paige Turco) leads a team to a distant location hoping to find answers.
The 15-year-old dancer, who left the show in season four, felt like it was the right time to make an appearance.
“My mom and I had been talking one night and she said that the girls were coming back to Pittsburgh and it might be the last competition,” Chloe told Bustle.com. “I teared up because that was my childhood. Growing up, it was all I knew. I got a little sad about it and then I thought, ‘What if I came back for the finale? How funny would that be?’”
“My mom respected my decision because when we did the show, it was always something that we agreed on, including when it was time to leave,” Chloe said. “I miss the relationship that we used to have just because for the two years I’ve been off doing my own thing and they’ve been still on the show, so we’ve just kind of grown apart…It was really nice to see them again and reconnect.”
She added, “I feel like I’ve grown up a lot since leaving the show and I’ve gained my own voice.”