New Pretty Little Liars series from today finally in Germany – but dont be too early

New “Pretty Little Liars” series from today finally in Germany – but don’t be too early!

Good news and bad news for “PLL” fans. Sixx will finally show the new spin-off “Pretty Little Liars: The Perfectionists” on German television from August 13th, 2020. The joy about it does not last long, however …

The series hit “Pretty Little Liars” came to a great conclusion in 2017 after seven seasons. But that was not the end of the story. With “Pretty Little Liars: The Perfectionists” a new offshoot was added in the USA in spring 2019, in which there is a reunion with Alison (Sasha Pieterse).

After the traumatic experiences in her home town of Rosewood, she wants to make a fresh start as a university tutor in the idyllic town of Beacon Heights, but stumbles straight into a new murderous mystery when the pressure to perform here drives one of the residents to an act of desperation. At least Alison gets support from another “PLL” returnee: Mona Vanderwaal (Janel Parrish).

“PLL: The Perfectionists” new at Sixx

Local “Pretty Little Liars” fans had to wait a long time until the follow-up series made it to Germany, but now it’s finally here:

“Pretty Little Liars: The Perfectionists” will run from August 13th, 2020 every Thursday at 9:10 pm on Sixx – right after the second season of the “Charmed” reboot. However, there is one big catch …

“Pretty Little Liars: The Perfectionists” runs from August 13th, 2020 every Thursday at 9.10pm at Sixx

Open ending after season 1

Although two original stars returned and the “Pretty Little Liars” maker I. Marlene King was personally responsible for “The Perfectionists” (and again relied on a book by Sara Shepard for this), it was of no use in the end:

Like the first “PLL” spin-off “Ravenswood” in 2014, “The Perfectionists” was also canceled after only one season with just ten episodes due to insufficient ratings. And the worst part: The first season ends very openly. Only in the finale does the central mystery get a new twist and a larger dimension, but it can no longer be resolved.

Like the first “PLL” spin-off “Ravenswood” in 2014, “The Perfectionists” was also canceled after only one season with just ten episodes due to insufficient ratings. And the worst part: The first season ends very openly.

Even “Pretty Little Liars” fans should think twice about whether they should really risk a look at “The Perfectionists”.

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