Sad news for fans of The Lying Game. Series star Alexandra Chando has just confirmed the long speculation that the drama series will not be returning for a third season. Alexandra’s announcement comes as new series The Fosters and Twisted continue to do well in the ratings. But for how long? Will ABC Family toss them out too without resolution? Kyle XY flashbacks.
Read her statement here:
The long wait is almost over for fans of ABC Family’s The Lying Game. The show returns with the Winter premiere Tuesday, January 8th and the drama has no intention of easing up. Following the explosive season finale, the group has to deal with the fact that Alec may be more dangerous than ever now that his cover has been threatened and they’re scrambling for answers. Get them a Cardo G9, some spy glasses, and walkie talkies because if Alec has any minions, they’re going to have to watch their every move. Meanwhile, Rebecca and Sutton are still scheming together. What will they do next?
Check out the sneak peeks of the season 2 premiere of The Lying Game here:
Good news if you’re a fan of ABC Family’s hit dramas Pretty Little Liars, Switched at Birth, The Lying Game, or Bunheads. All four dramas now have a definitive return date. The shows will be kicking off 2013 with a bang. Switched at Birth will return with their second season Monday, January 7th at 8pm with Bunheads following at 9pm. Pretty Little Liars will return with their much anticipated second half of season 3 Tuesday, January 8th at 8pm with The Lying Game following at 9pm.
Here are the brief season descriptions for each series that will let you know what you can expect when your favorites return.
Switched at Birth:
“This season sees dramatic changes in the lives of the Kennish and Vasquez families as a result of the verdict in the baby switch trial. Gilles Marini joins the cast in season two as a series regular.”
“The new episodes pick-up a couple of months after Michelle has left Paradise to try and return to her former life in Las Vegas.”
Pretty Little Liars:
“Radley Sanitarium has given Mona a clean bill of health and she is headed back to the halls of Rosewood High, much to the Liars’ dismay. With their former tormentor now back in their everyday life, Aria, Emily, Hanna and Spencer take very different views of the “new” Mona. Sure she made their lives a living hell, but is she really cured? And what other secrets could she be holding onto? It is up to Mona to prove to the Liars if she has changed or not.”
The Lying Game:
“As the twins’ saga continues in Season 2, there are more surprises, secrets and lies. The girls’ recently revealed birth mother Rebecca (Charisma Carpenter) lures Sutton (Alexandra Chando) into her plans for the Mercer family. Emma (Chando) grows closer to Thayer, while still being drawn to Ethan, who has started to reconnect with Sutton. Kristin feels betrayed after Ted came clean about his long ago affair with Rebecca, but Ted might be hiding even more shocking revelations. And Mads connects with a mysterious new guy in town who brings a whole new level of secrets with him.”
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The Lying Game still doesn’t have a concrete return date but we do have a first glimpse at the upcoming second season. The first six episode titles of the season have been released. They don’t reveal much but start theorizing anyways!
Cheat, Play, Love
A Kiss Before Lying
Much Ado About Everything
Catch Her in the Lie
Great news for fans of ABC Family’s hit dramas Pretty Little Liars and The Lying Game. Both shows are on their way to Netflix! I can’t wait to start streaming the first seasons. The two dramas join other ABC Family hits already on the streaming service including Make It Or Break It and The Secret Life.
Will you be watching?