Bailee Madison Talks Fairly Little Liars: Authentic Sin

Bailee Madison is relieved she now not has to cover her being pregnant — properly, her character’s being pregnant, that’s. The 22-year-old stars as expectant highschool pupil Imogen in HBO Max’s “Fairly Little Liars: Authentic Sin,” which premieres with three episodes on July 28.

Talking with, Madison discusses what it was like sporting a prosthetic child bump and stepping into the mindset of being pregnant. “It was wild,” she says. “It is also actually thrilling that individuals know lastly. I joke on a regular basis that the present’s going to come back out and everybody’s going to have these solid photographs and I am simply not going to be in them, as a result of I used to be hiding my being pregnant bump once I was filming for 9 months. However that was a surreal expertise.”

As an actor and creator, Madison enjoys attending to “dive into one thing very unknown” and difficult herself. “That stomach and I turned very shut, plenty of shared sweat,” Madison jokes. “Psychologically, [it] simply performed a giant function in my psychological well being and thought course of at instances. So yeah, it felt deeply private and likewise very susceptible, despite the fact that it was a prosthetic.”

“Fairly Little Liars: Authentic Sin” additionally stars Malia Pyles (Minnie), Maia Reficco (Noa), Chandler Kinney (Tabby), and Zaria (Faran). The brand new chapter takes place far-off from Rosewood in one other Pennsylvania locale, years after a “collection of tragic occasions virtually ripped the blue-collar city of Millwood aside.” As of now, a second season has not been confirmed, however Madison would like to proceed telling Imogen’s story. “Our story’s simply starting, and I feel we’d be keen and excited to get to actually dive in,” Madison says. “First season’s all the time a primary season, it is actually thrilling and nerve-racking, however I feel it might be actually, actually enjoyable to get to stick with these characters and these people and simply proceed to push the boundaries of what we’re in a position to do with this present.”

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