If you love watching cut-throat competitive teen shows, then you must have heard of Tiny Pretty Things. The show is available for streaming on Netflix. The first season’s ending left the fans in a shock and they have been eagerly waiting for Tiny Pretty Things season 2. Will it be revived for a second season? Let’s check it out!
“Tiny Pretty Things” is an American teen drama TV series developed by Michael MacLennan. It is an adaptation of a novel authorized by Sona Charaipotra and Dhonielle Clayton, that goes by the same name. The show premiered on December 14, 2020, on Netflix. It has 10 episodes in total with a duration of 55 minutes each.
The show has received mixed reviews. Since the drama is based on teenagers, it gathered most of its viewership from people belonging to the same age group and decent viewership came even from adults. The show recorded a low rating of 5.9/10 on IMDb and 53% approval ratings on Rotten Tomatoes. Let’s get in to know what’s in the box for Tiny Pretty Things Season 2!
Tiny Pretty Things Season 2 Synopsis: What Has Happened So Far?
The show narrates the course of events at Archer School Of Ballet, an elite ballet institution based in Chicago. It begins when Cassie Shore, a star ballet dancer, meets with a tragedy when she falls from the rooftop. She gets admitted to a coma and Nevvah Stroyer gets admission to the ballet school in her place.
As she enters the world of Archer School of Ballet, she experiences the competitive spirit of other dancers who are ready to do anything to succeed. As the show proceeds, many shocking truths are revealed about the ballet school. It turns out that the school was funded by rich and often notorious businessmen in exchange of the ballerinas who often ended up in dangerous situations.
At the end of the show, we find that Cassie has recovered and plans to go back to the ballet school. It also gets revealed that her fall was not just an accident. The mishap was intentional and Delia was behind that act as she was jealous of the intimacy between Ramon and Cassie. Delia frames her sister Bette for the incident and her mother keeps quiet even after knowing about her daughter’s crime. The season ends with Katrina being announced as the new director of the Archer School of Ballet
Tiny Pretty Things Season 2 Release Date: When Will The Series Be Renewed?
The drama has been adapted from the novel “Tiny Pretty Things” by Sona Charaipotra and Dhonielle Clayton. Even after receiving a low rating, the audience still found the show thrilling and mysterious with the tinch of teen drama, and this also happens to be the reason behind their impatience concerning the release of Tiny Pretty Things Season 2.
Michael MacLennan, the producer of the show, has not said a word about the revival of the second season of the drama. But analyzing the cliffhanging ending of the first season, there are high possibilities that Tiny Pretty Things Season 2 might happen. Since the show is based on a novel, that too with a sequel named “Shiny Broken Pieces,” it is pretty evident that the first season does not mark the ending of the story.
There has been no official announcement from the producers of the show, however, a cast member indicated the renewal of the show in a YouTube video, even though he/she was not leaking any details about the same. Taking every aspect into consideration, if the show does get renewed, we can expect Tiny Pretty Things Season 2 to strike at our screens sometime in 2022.
Tiny Pretty Things Season 2 Plot: How Will The Storyline Progress?
As we have already mentioned that the show is based on a novel, predicting the plot for the second season is not a big deal. The book has a sequel named “Shiny Broken Pieces” and it is quite possible that the creators of the show will follow the storyline from the sequel. However, we expect that there will be some changes in the course of events opposite to the book just like it happened in the first season.
The ending of Season 1 left the fans with many questions popping in their heads. At the end of the first season, we find that Cassie has recovered and plans to go back to the ballet school. It also gets revealed that her fall was not just an accident – it was intentional and Delia was behind that act as she was jealous of the proximity between Ramon and Cassie.
We also find that Ramon gets stabbed and is abandoned on the road for dying. Now, arises the question – Who stabbed Ramon and why? What will happen to Neveah after Cassie returns to ballet school? Tiny Pretty Things season 2 will surely answer all these questions along with some spicy plot twists.
Tiny Pretty Things Season 2 Cast: Who All Will A Part Of The Upcoming Season?
The upcoming season is most likely to witness the same cast from the first season. Though the main cast will remain the same as in the first season, new faces can be seen in Tiny Pretty Things season 2 for an exciting turn of events. The cast of Tiny Pretty Things season first includes:
- Lauren Holly played the role of Monique DuBois, the director of the Archer School of Ballet in Chicago.
- Anna Maiche as Cassie Shore, the star dancer who got admitted to a coma after falling from the rooftop.
- Kylie Jefferson played Neveah Stroyer, who got admission to ballet school in the place of Cassie Shore.
- Brennan Clost as Shane McRae, a dancer secretly sleeping with Oren, his roommate.
- Barton Cowperthwaite as Oren Lennox, Shane’s roommate.
It also starred Bayardo De Murguia as Ramon Costa, Damon J. Gillespie as Caleb Wick, Casimere Jollette as Bette Whitlaw, Daniela Norman as June Park, and Tory Trowbridge as Delia Whitlaw.
Others in recurring roles were Alexandra Bokyun Chun as Maricel Park, Shaun Benson as Topher Brooks, Michelle Nolden as Katrina Whitlaw, Paula Boudreau as Selena Covey, to name a few.
Tiny Pretty Things Season 2 Trailer: Is The Trailer Out?
Sadly as of now, there is no trailer for the show. There are no updates regarding Tiny Pretty Things Season 2 premiere date, plot, cast, or trailer. Till we get an update, you can enjoy the trailer from the first season that has been attached below for your convenience –