Max Original “Pretty Little Liars: Summer School” May 9 Premoere

Following the harrowing events of the first season, Pretty Little Liars: Original Sin, the five main characters—Imogen, Tabby, Noa, Faran, and Minnie—face a new threat in the form of a mysterious villain. Affectionately dubbed “A”, this new antagonist may have connections to the previous villain, Archie Waters, and is set to put the group of friends to the test. The Max Original Series premieres on May 9, 2024, with the first two episodes available immediately. The remaining episodes will air weekly, with the season finale scheduled for June 20.

In addition to the thrilling mystery, the season will explore summer jobs, flings, and steamy love interests for the Liars. Imogen finds romance with Johnny, a co-worker at an ice cream shop, while Tabby meets Christian, a charming New York transplant who shares her love of cinema. Noa reconnects with Jen, a former cellmate, and sparks fly as they realise their mutual attraction.

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Showrunner Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa and co-creator Lindsay Calhoon Bring have teased that the new villain, Bloody Rose, is a “female figure of horror”, designed to explore the show’s female-centric narrative. They also revealed that the season will draw inspiration from classic slasher films like *The Texas Chain Saw Massacre* and *Midsommar*, promising bigger and bolder scares.

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The core cast of Bailee Madison, Chandler Kinney, Zaria, Malia Pyles, and Maia Reficco will reprise their roles, along with Mallory Bechtel, who plays Kelly Beasley. Elias Kacavas and Jordan Gonzalez, who portray Greg and Ash, have been promoted to series regulars. New cast members include Antonio Cipriano as Johnny, Ava Capri as Jen, Noah Alexander Gerry as Christian, and Loretta Ables Sayre as Lola, Mouse’s grandmother.

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