Cliff Chiang, the co-writer of Paper Girls, has shared thoughts on the series' conclusion

Cliff Chiang, the co-writer of Paper Girls, has shared thoughts on the series' conclusion

On Twitter,Amazon''s live-action adaptation of Brian K. Vaughan and Cliff Chiang''s () best-selling graphic novel would not be returning to the streamer for the second season. The news surprised many, as the series boasted 90% with critics on Rotten Tomatoes, and 88% with viewers. Even when it was caught in the shadows of the streamer''s massive release, Legendary Television has posted some thoughts on the series.

"If you got ''em with enough time,'' I''m sure you''d have benefited from this stunning and heartfelt series," Chiang said. "It''s been a real pleasure to see behind the curtain and witness all of our four great actors," he added. "I''m grateful to everyone who helped with the creation of PAPER GIRLS, but I couldn''t wait for more," Chiang said of the first tweet in the Chiang message. "It''s been a

If you got ''em with enough time (ironically), I''m sure we''d have found an enormous audience to adopt this unique and heartfelt series, but I''m absolutely recognisable to you all for watching and supporting PAPER GIRLS. I know this series already means a lot to

Cliff Chiang (@cliffchiang) September 12, 2022

Here''s an overview of the official trailer for the series, which we desperately hope will take on a fresh home.

Four paper girlsErin, Mac, Tiffany, and KJare get stuck in the crossfire between warring time-travelers, changing the course of their lives forever. Despite proving that their futures are far different than their 12-year-old selves imagined, they are being hunted by a violent group of time-travelers. In order to survive, the girls must learn to trust each other, and continue to trust each other.

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