Pretty Little Liars reboot casts first two stars

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Photo credit: Freeform
Photo credit: Freeform

Pretty Little Liars: Original Sin has cast its first two stars.

Announced last September, the HBO Max reboot was ordered straight to series and will be produced by Riverdale and Chilling Adventures of Sabrina creator Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa.

Per Variety, it has also now added Chandler Kinney and Maia Reficco to its cast.

Photo credit: Jon Kopaloff - Getty Images
Photo credit: Jon Kopaloff - Getty Images

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Kinney will star as new Liar Tabby, a horror film fanatic who aspires to become a film director.

Reficco will play promising track athlete Noa, who spent the summer in juvenile detention and is working hard to get her life back in order.

Set in the fictional town of Millwood, as opposed to Rosewood, Pretty Little Liars: Original Sin follows a group of teenage girls who become tormented by an unknown assailant seeking revenge for a tragic event in the town's past.

While also being punished for the sins of their parents 20 years prior, the new Liars will pay for their own misdeeds.

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Photo credit: Walter McBride - Getty Images

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Kinney has starred in American Horror Story and Lethal Weapon, while Reficco will appear in Netflix's new movie Strangers.

Pretty Little Liars ended in 2017, with its earlier spin-offs Ravenswood and The Perfectionists both cancelled by Freeform after their first seasons.

Pretty Little Liars: Original Sin will air on HBO Max in the US. A UK broadcaster has yet to be announced.

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