9:51 am EDT, September 28, 2019

‘PLL: The Perfectionists’ has been canceled by Freeform

The Pretty Little Liars spinoff, PLL: The Perfectionists, has been cancelled by Freeform after only one season.

The PLL spinoff premiered in March 2019, about two years after its popular predecessor aired its finale. The Perfectionists followed the series’s part time villains and part time protagonists, Alison DiLaurentis and Mona Vanderwaal, as a new generation of drama was unfolding in their new home of Beacon Heights, Oregon.

Unfortunately, TVLine is reporting that after only one season, PLL: The Perfectionists has been canceled. This is particularly disappointing for fans of the show, since the season 1 finale ended on a huge cliffhanger!

Related: The Perfectionists season 1, episode 10 review: The experiment commences

Sasha Pieterse Sheaffer, who played Alison DiLaurentis on both Pretty Little Liars and The Perfectionists tweeted out some touching tributes to her characters, the fans, and of course, Emison, who she believes are “united and stronger than ever.”

Janel Parrish Long, who portrayed Mona Vanderwaal, also got involved in the love fest/goodbye.

The two actresses then shared an adorable Twitter exchange about being “copilots!”

PLL: The Perfectionists also starred Sofia Carson, Sydney Park, Hayley Erin, Eli Brown and Kelly Rutherford.

There’s always the possibility that PLL: The Perfectionists could be picked up by Netflix or another network, so we’ll keep our fingers crossed for that. Until then, we’ll be mourning the end of the PLL era.

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