The Series has it all. Elements of secrets, crime, and cutthroat competition, “Tiny Pretty Things” is a gripping drama series that’s fit for anyone to binge-watch. The drama was created by Michael MacLennan and is based on the novel of the same name by Sona Charaipotra and Dhonielle Clayton.
The storyline drew fans to watch the Series with great enthusiasm and discover this new universe, which may have given the fans something new to look forward to as the Series advanced towards its finale.
The series follows Neveah Stroyer played by Kylie Jefferson, who receives a full scholarship to a respected ballet school in Chicago, namely the Archer School after a spot opens up.
As Neveah enters this competitive world, she soon finds out that she got into this school because the dancer who formerly held her place is now in a coma after an apparently unprovoked attack that resulted in her falling off of a four-story building.
The first season of this Netflix original series has 10 episodes and was released in mid-December of 2020. This drama series at first seems all pretty by the title but has many viewers stunned globally by the end of the Series.
The series ended with a shocking cliffhanger, leaving fans wondering if the next season will be coming out anytime soon as the anticipation is high. So here’s everything we know so far about season two of “Tiny Pretty Things.”
When will Season 2 of Pretty Little Things be Released?
The wait has been painfully long, and the fans are excited yet skeptical to learn the status of Netflix’s Tiny Pretty Things Season 2. As of 2022, “Tiny Pretty Things” has not been confirmed for a second season yet.
Though the second installment of the gripping drama series hasn’t been renewed yet, there’s still a lot of time to get the confirmation of Season 2. Two and a half years after Season 1 release may seem too long not to have any confirmation news.
Still, we have to keep in mind that COVID-19 has had a profound impact on about every film and series production, so the renewal news may just be a little bit behind. Moreover, a renewal confirmation seems likely, considering that “Tiny Pretty Things” rapidly made its way to the top of Netflix’s trending shows soon after its release (Source: PureWow).
Unfortunately, however, it may be quite some time before a second season is released if it does get that desired renewal.
Looking at the first season, it took about a year between its series announcement and the actual season release, so if that is anything to go off of, then anticipating viewers will most likely have to wait the same amount of time before they get the new season (Source: MarieClaire).
Depending on when Netflix announces a confirmation, the second season could most likely be released sometime in late 2022 or early 2023.
A longer production time may be due to the tiniest intricate detail used to make the setting of the dance school as accurate as possible. Between the attention to intricate details on the set l and the time it takes to choreograph and practice the routines, a “Tiny Pretty Things” production clearly requires ample time.
However, the news to be a little concerned about is here. According to sources close to Netflix, Tiny Pretty Things has been quietly canceled, and any possibility of its renewal in the future after only one season by Netflix due to unknown reasons.
Though they have not officially announced anything yet, maybe because Netflix does not want to jeopardize their watching of the first season, the news seems to hold weight given the lengthy time interval since season 1 and no information about either production or casting. However, we hope this is just speculation, and we are really hopeful that we will see the gripping intensity of Tiny Pretty Things as it returns for a second installment.
If this news is accurate, fans will be very shocked and dissatisfied with Netflix’s decision as the show ended on a cliffhanger, and fans were very excited to follow the storyline. The curiosity to know what happens next is innate to human nature. Sadly, this may never come true.
The only way Season 2 of Tiny Pretty can happen is if Netflix witnesses the demand for the show that fans clearly want and have been very vocal about on social media, then maybe the Streaming giant may give in, and we can finally be able to see the second installment of Tiny Pretty Things.
The Cast of Season 2 of Tiny Pretty Things
Season 2 of “Tiny Pretty Things” will most likely see all of the main characters returning. These include Kylie Jefferson as Neveah Stroyer, Casimere Jollette playing Bette Whitlaw, Daniela Norman as June Park, Brennan Clost playing Shane McRae, Michael Hsu Rosen as Nabil Limyadi, Damon J. Gillespie playing Caleb Wick, Bayardo De Murguia as Ramon Costa, Barton Cowperthwaite as Oren Lennox, Jess Salgueiro as Isabel Cruz, Anna Maiche as Cassie Shore and Tory Trowbridge as Delia.
The recurring cast members include Ashley Coulson as Gwen Resnik, Clare Butler as Esmé Halterlein, Shaun Benson playing Topher Brooks, Alex Eling as Matteo Marchetti, Michelle Nolden playing Katrina Whitlaw, Josh Pyman as Dev Ranaweera, Nicole Huff playing Paige Aquino, Morgan Kelly as Alan Renfrew, Alexandra Bokyun Chun as Maricel Park, Jessica Greco playing Torri Fuller, Araya Mengesha as Tyler Stroyer and Paula Boudreau playing Selena Cove.
What will the Second Season be about?
Season 1 was based on a novel of the same name by Sona Chariapotra. Fans can expect the second season to pick up right where the first left off at the cliffhanger, with the mystery of the unknown person who stabbed Ramon likely at the forefront.
Furthermore, the book that the show is based on has a sequel titled “Shiny Broken Pieces,” which focuses on the characters competing for a spot in the American Ballet Company. The summary of the plot of season 2 may be like this:
June, Gigi, and Bette are competing for the final time to earn a spot at the prestigious American Ballet Company (ABC). With the stakes that were never higher before, these girls have everything to lose.
The stiff competition is coursing through their blood, tensions are high, feelings are flared up, and no one is playing nice. Each girl is trying to score that big win that will secure their life forever, and in that process, the others’ have to be eliminated.
June, who has had issues previously, is finally starting to see herself as a prima ballerina. But being the best comes at a cost, and for her, it could mean that she must sacrifice the love of her life.
Legacy dancer Bette, who has been accused of hurting her rival, Gigi, is determined to clear her name after being suspended for it. And Gigi will not let Bette nor the other dancers who constantly bullied her go unpunished. Ultimately, it all comes down to this final dance, the shaper of their destinies. Who will be the lucky girl making the cut? And which girls will lose their dream forever?
If you can’t wait till Netflix announces either the confirmation or cancellation of Season 2 and want to get a head-on and know what happens next, you can buy the book series online in various forms.
And as much fun as the TV adaptation is, sadly; however, we recommend that viewers and fans read the novels to get a better concept and information about the Series and also, the season 1 cliffhanger that keeps you up at night can finally be resolved and you can sleep better, knowing that you now are free of that curiosity that was constantly itching your brain.
Tiny pretty Things Overall Reception
Season 1 of Tiny Pretty Things has received a rating of 5.9 out of 10 on IMDb, with 9000 votes.
On review aggregator Rotten Tomatoes, Tiny Pretty Things received an approval rating of 53% based on 19 critic reviews, with a decent average of 5.38/10. The website’s critics have said, “Tiny Pretty Things has some pretty solid moves, but also over-reliance on an empty scandal over an emotional substance that makes for a highly unsatisfying viewing.”
The Series scored an average of 47 out of 100 on Metacritic, indicating “mixed or average reviews” based on six critic reviews.
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