A spinoff of Pretty Little Liars? Yes please! While 7 seasons of the main characters trying to get away from "A" was draining and confusing all at the same time, it looks like we'll have to figure out another mystery that is just as complicated. Quite soon after the series finale of PLL, the creator of the show Marlene King announced she would be doing a spinoff of it, which is called The Perfectionists. Well, the trailer for The Perfectionists is here, and it looks exactly like Riverdale. 

If you weren't a part of the whole Pretty Little Liars world, then you may have no idea what it's about. Pretty Little Liars was about 5 best friends who were tormented by texts from "A", and they had to continuously figure out who this "A" person was until they found "Uber A". Of course, more than that happened in the show from relationships, deaths, friendship problems, etc. Well, we're moving into another world where one of those friends and another main character move on with their lives, only to be brought right back to where they were. 

The Perfectionists will revolve around Alison, who was one of PLL's most confusing and dramatic characters, and it will also involve Mona, who is/was a very interesting character. Ther Perfectionists is actually a book series from the same author as Pretty Little Liars, Sara Shepard. 

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If the show is anything like the book, then you'll be hooked. The girls leave Rosewood and enter a new world at Beacon Heights. Now it has not been said whether the show will have the exact same plot as the book, but we can dream. The book follows five girls (again), who all hate the same guy. Nolan Hotchkiss has never been nice to them, so they come up with a fake plan on how they would murder him if they could. Well, he ends up dead. And the way he died was the way they planned it, yet none of the five girls did it. Okay, I need to go get this book ASAP. 

READ MORE: Chad Michael Murray Has Been Cast On 'Riverdale' And You Won't Believe His Role

Pretty Little Liars: The Perfectionists airs on March 20th, 2019 on Freeform. I am personally the biggest PLL fan, so I cannot wait. Let's just hope some people from PLL make an appearance! You can watch the trailer below. 

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