Plus: Freeform is getting into late-night
Mary Drake won’t have to wait long to wreak havoc on Rosewood. Pretty Little Liars will return for what Freeform is calling its “most romantic season yet” on Tuesday, June 21 at 8 p.m. ET. And as for showrunner Marlene King, she’s also developing another show at the network. King is behind Famous in Love, which stars Bella Thorne, and has been picked up to series.
Other new series joining the network: The previously announced Cloak and Dagger, a half-hour weekly variety-style platform called Alice, and Issues, a pilot from Cosmopolitan editor-in-chief Joanna Coles.
Looking forward, the network reiterated that 2017 will bring the end of Switched at Birth, and announced two brand-new series: Beyond, which follows a young man who wakes up from a coma with new abilities, and The Letter, a reality show that involves friends writing honest letters to each other about how to improve their lives.
Additionally, Freeform is developing its first late-night talk show, Later Bitches, from Daily Show producers Jennifer Flanz and Elise Terrell. And for Greek fans, there’s a reunion movie in the works!
As for new scripted series in development, the network has a full slate:
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