Will there be a Season 2 of Flowers in the Attic: The Origin on Lifetime?

Flowers in the attic: the origin ended its run on Lifetime. The four-part limited series, which followed the life of Olivia Winfield Foxworth, was a roller coaster of a ride filled to the brim with trauma for all of its characters.

Although we are not disclosing the end of the series, we can say that it will leave viewers interested in this twisted story crying out for more. It’s not exactly a cliffhanger, but it’s clear Foxworth’s story isn’t over. You only have to look to Corrine and the Dollanganger children to know that this is true.

But, you’re in luck if you’re looking for more of this tale, you don’t have to wait long for the next part of the story. The downside, however, is that you won’t be watching another series or episode that includes the cast we’ve come to know over those four episodes.

For those who don’t know, Flowers in the attic: the origin is a prequel in a franchise that follows the Dollangangers. This series was meant to give context to Olivia’s actions which will see her locking her own grandchildren in the attic, hence the title of the show.

There are two film adaptations of Flowers in the atticthis is where you can post them.

Where to scatter flowers in the attic

The 1987 adaptation can be streamed on Prime Video with a subscription. The streaming service costs $14.99/month.

The 2014 Lifetime adaptation starring Kiernan Shipka can be streamed on mylifetime.com with a TV provider ID or on lifemovieclub.com where a subscription is $4.99/month. Through the Lifetime Movie Club, you’ll also find the complete VC Andrews movie collection which includes Flowers in the attic suites.

There has been no word on whether the Flowers in the attic: the origin prequel will spawn a new adaptation of the franchise featuring the cast of that series. However, star Hannah Dodd told TVLine the following:

I do not know. Obviously the next step is Flowers in the Attic and that’s been done, so I wonder if there’s a demand for that. Obviously, with a limited series, you delve a little more into the characters. I’d be intrigued to see what it would look like whether or not we get to it from a different perspective, maybe you’ve seen what’s going on outside the attic during this time. There would have to be a reason to tell this story because Lifetime already did. [and] they did a great job.

So we’ll have to wait and see if Lifetime decides to adapt Dollangangers’ story again, but this time in a limited series.

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