Followed a report published by Variety, the tv show won’t be returning to a new season. It’s really sad for us to hear, and it means that our fansite won’t be updated anymore.

We could follow the fansite and update the gallery and post news for the actors but we believe that there are plenty websites to inform you of updates for Sofia Carson, Sasha Pieterse and other members of the cast.

We thank you for the support given so far, and we hope to see you soon sometime.

Author: gustavo

Some fans are not happy with the way things are going on The Perfectionists. The show, which was imagined as a spinoff of Pretty Little Liars and centers on one of its main characters, Alison DiLaurentis, takes place in a town called Beacon Heights that seems just as dramatic as good ol’ Rosewood. However, Alison’s storyline has some fans up in arms, and Sasha Pieterse,who plays Alison, wants them to stop with their hateful criticism.

Sasha took to Twitter with a thread about the intense trolling she’s been receiving from PLLand The Perfectionists fans about Alison’s storyline on social media. “I know a lot of you are unhappy with Alison’s storyline on #PLLthePerfectionists but these sorts of comments are hurtful and uncalled for,” she wrote. “At the end of the day we are trying our best to make something you’ll love. However, our writers can’t make everyone happy. Attacking someone personally because of a fictional character is unfair and very disrespectful.”

Sasha included some screenshots of tweets, usernames blurred out, attacking her and even replying to one of her tweets with “Die.” Obviously, this is totally inappropriate behavior from anyone, especially fans — you have to remember that The Perfectionists is just a TV show, and that Sasha herself is a real person with real feelings. You can love a TV series and its characters, but at the end of the day, they’re fictional.

“I don’t often address these kinds of comments because I believe it gives their words power,” she continued. “But I think in this case it’s important. This is the ugly part about social media. I love being able to connect with all of you all over the world…but just because we’re not in the same country or state doesn’t mean hate speaks a different language.”


Jeremy Beckett may not have the best interests of the residents of Beacon Heights at heart.

Following Wednesday’s shocking episode of Pretty Little Liars: The Perfectionists — where fans saw Jeremy violently destroy a suspicious laptop and then quasi-kidnap his spying girlfriend, Caitlin (Sydney Park) — ET’s getting the scoop on all the twists and turns from Jeremy himself, Graeme Thomas King.

King told ET that, while he always “had an inkling” that Jeremy wasn’t fully good, he’s totally kept in the dark about the specific upcoming plot developments.

“… [Jeremy] just had so much to defend, you know? His relationship with Caitlin and his job. And then it became evident during episodes seven and eight that he had a lot to sort of defend. I always had an idea,” he explained of his inkling. “All the characters are like that. It’s not just him. You can’t really trust anyone.”

Despite his virtual abduction of Caitlin after throwing his laptop in the lake, King likes “to think that [Jeremy] would do anything to protect her,” largely because “he needs her.”

“But then again… is she a means to an end? Hm. She could be,” he teased. “… You have to wait until nine to find out what he does with Caitlin because she’s a valuable commodity. So I like to think that he’s very much defending her. He needs her.”

While King mostly played coy about Jeremy’s true intentions, he did hint that Jeremy may not be the mastermind he appears to be, but rather that he may be scared of something or someone.

“I’ll give you that,” he said of Jeremy likely not being the ringleader of the drama. “That’s a really good theory and you could be on to something there. That’s what I’ll say.”

Many of Jeremy’s secrets, fans are likely to assume, are related to Beacon Guard, the mysterious security system that appears to be tied to all of the town’s drama. Viewers already know that Jeremy works for Hotchkiss Technologies and have seen Jeremy interact with Claire Hotchkiss (Kelly Rutherford), two things that seem to point to that theory, which King called “sort of an interesting.”

“There’s still a lot to be discovered about Claire,” he said. “… It’s a good theory. I hope it’s true. I think that may be one for season two. I don’t think it’s quite one that we can… it’s a good theory. I’ll give you that one.”

As for the show’s final two episodes this season, King promised that viewers are “definitely going to find out a lot more about what’s happening” and teased that Jeremy knows “so much.”

“Eight was a pretty big development for him, nine’s gonna be even bigger. It’s pretty huge, actually,” he admitted. “… Throughout the early part of the season he’s been pretty isolated, so nine going forward, you see him with the Perfectionists as well as with other people.”

“The surprises don’t stop in eight,” he continued. “You just have to keep watching. It’s pretty huge. It’s pretty massive, actually, in retrospect. It’s pretty big. And it does involve Jeremy.”

Author: gustavo

Warning, there are spoilers ahead!

When Alison DiLaurentis made the journey from Rosewood, home of Pretty Little Liars, to a new town called Beacon Heights, where spinoff The Perfectionists, is set, she was married to Emily Fields and one-half of the couple PLL fans and shippers call “Emison.” However, as The Perfectionists just revealed in a new episode, that relationship is (SPOILER ALERT!) officially over.

This comes as a bit of a shock, but also feels like it was a long time coming. Emily isn’t part of The Perfectionists, and neither are the twin babies she and Alison were parenting at the end of PLL. We haven’t heard much about Alison’s family back in Rosewood, which was a bit suspicious, but in the April 10 episode, we found out why: Emily served her with divorce papers. Apparently, Alison had been pushing off signing the papers for awhile, as seen in the episode, but finally did so and ended Emison for good.

So what’s next? In early March, showrunner I. Marlene King alluded to TVGuide that changes were afoot for Alison and Emily. She revealed that Emily and her daughters, Lily and Grace, are “safe in Rosewood,” but that things weren’t picture-perfect. “Alison comes to Beacon Heights because an opportunity arises that she can’t pass up. It’s very hard for her to leave Emily and the babies, but we will understand as the first 10 episodes play out what’s happened in that relationship, why it’s happening and why Alison is so far away from Emily,” she said at the time. RIP, Emison, we hardly knew you.


Author: gustavo