The boss of Paper Girls explains how this shocking conclusion sets the tone for Season 2

The boss of Paper Girls explains how this shocking conclusion sets the tone for Season 2 ...

More spoilers for Paper Girls will be revealed soon.

Following a tragic season conclusion, Paper Girls showrunner Chris C. Rogers has revealed his plans for the show's future.

The showrunner talked with Digital Spy and other outlets about his desires for a bigger and more spectacular season 2.

Paper Girls is a sci-fi drama about a group of young newspaper delivery girls who suddenly become time travelers and try to return to 1988 from 2019. By the end of the season, the time-travelling girls are separated, leaving each pair in a different decade.

After developing the relationships between the tweens for eight episodes, Rogers revealed that they split the girls up because it "was the worst thing that could happen."

"This story is composed of four girls who don't know each other. Over the course of these eight episodes, they meet and become friends or enemies, or foes," he explained.

"We wanted to make sure that the worst thing that might happen at that moment would be in many ways."

The showrunner also outlined his plans for a larger season 2, stating that he wants it to be bigger in scope and spectacle.

"We also wanted this to be able to go from the small to the big, in that by the end of this series, there's a f***king dinosaur, you know what I mean?

"We're going to the cathedral, we're leaving these terrestrial environments, and we're indicating that the show will expand and include more spectacle."

Sofia Rosinsky stars as Mac Coyle, Camryn Jones as Tiffany Quilkin, Riley Lai Nelet as Erin Tieng, Fina Strazza as KJ Brandman, along with Ali Wong, Adina Porter (American Horror Story) and Nate Corddry (For All Mankind).

On Prime Video, Paper Girls is now available.

Best Entertainment and Tech Deals