Sorry, guys, but one season of Ravenswood is all you get.
A source confirms to E! News that the Pretty Little Liars spinoff was canceled by ABC Family, and therefore will not be returning for a second season. A rep for the network confirms that they will not be ordering additional episodes of the spooky series fronted by Tyler Blackburn, who originally starred on PLL.
The supernatural teen drama television series centered on a town not far from Rosewood, Penn., which had been suffering after being hit with a deadly curse for generations. However, the fatal curse connects five strangers who need to dig into the town's mysterious and terrible history before it's too late for all of them.
Blackburn, Nicole Gale Anderson, Steven Cabral, Brett Dier, Britne Oldford and Merritt Patterson starred in the mystery-thriller, which recently ended its 10-episode run Feb. 4 with 1.4 million viewers and a cliffhanger!
Earlier this month, E! News spoke to executive producer Joseph Dougherty who seemed optimistic about the show's future and shared what he hoped to do with the series moving forward.
"We're thinking about the future in both short term and long term," the EP explained. "It has been a very interesting experience doing this particular show, launching it the way we did and realizing perhaps that we separated it from PLL a little too soon. We'd like to see them maybe a little bit more closely aligned in the future."
This reportedly marks the first cancellation decision for ABC Family under new president Tom Ascheim, who took over in December.