Here's what's next for the students of Archer School of Ballet.
This article was recently reviewed and is up to date as of February 15, 2021.
Netflix's 'Tiny Pretty Things' introduced us to the graceful but dangerous world of elite ballet.
The series is set in Chicago’s fictional elite dance school, the Archer School of Ballet, and is created by Michael MacLennan based on the novel of the same name by Sona Charaipotra and Dhonielle Clayton.
'Tiny Pretty Things' season 1 received mixed reviews, but fans who already devoured the 10 episodes are already wondering if they will get more.
Here is everything we know.
Renewal status as of this writing: pending
Netflix is yet to renew the series for season 2. The series 'Tiny Pretty Things' premiered on Netflix on December 14, 2020, and until now, the streaming giant has not announced a season 2 renewal.
Fans shouldn't take this as bad news because it's normal for some shows to take a while before getting renewed.
All we can do for now is hope that the streaming giant will give the series the go signal very soon.
We are still waiting for Netflix to renew the series for season 2. However, if the series manages to get the renewal soon, it will be possible for us to see season 2 by the end of this year or by 2022. If not, then we are likely to wait longer.
Season one production began on August 6, 2019, and ended on December 3, 2019, in Toronto, Canada.
Production for 'Tiny Pretty Things' requires more time because of the need to choreograph and rehearse the show's breathtaking dance scenes.
The show is not renewed for season 2 yet, so we still don't have official casting details. However, based on how season 1 ended, we are likely to see the main cast again to pick things up for season 2.
The main cast members are Brennan Clost as Shane McRae, Barton Cowperthwaite as Oren Lennox, Bayardo De Murguia as Ramon Costa, Damon J. Gillespie as Caleb Wick, Kylie Jefferson as Neveah Stroyer, Casimere Jollette as Bette Whitlaw, Anna Maiche as Cassie Shore, Daniela Norman as June Park, Michael Hsu Rosen as Nabil Limyadi, Tory Trowbridge as Delia Whitlaw, Jess Salgueiro as Isabel Cruz, and Lauren Holly as Monique DuBois among others.
The show is yet to secure a season 2 renewal, but if it gets the green light, then it's likely to take inspiration from the second book where the show is based on.
The second book in the Charaipotra and Clayton's novel series titled 'Shiny Broken Pieces' sees Bette, June, and Gigi competing one final time for a spot at the prestigious American Ballet Company.
The three are now seniors at ASB, and have shifted their focus from winning the lead role in the annual school showcase to earning a spot in a major ballet company after graduation.
Expect the competition to even go hotter and tougher for the upcoming season.
'Tiny Pretty Things' may have earned a horde of avid fans, but it also didn't pass the scrutinizing eyes of some critics. The series only received a 53% critic rating and a 52% audience score on Rotten Tomatoes. 'Tiny Pretty Things' received backlash from viewers for “obscenely unnecessary sex scenes,” which distracted them from concentrating on the mystery. Others think that the sex scenes are inappropriate for the teenage characters.
We are still waiting for the season 2 renewal for 'Tiny Pretty Things.' In the meantime, here is the season 1 trailer for you.
We will update this page once we get more information about the series.