The Season 1 finale of the thriller series “Tell Me a Story” dropped on CBS All Access on Thursday, which means it’s time to think about what the show’s recently-announced Season 2 will look like.

During the 10-episode first season, the New York City-set series gives a modern-day, thrilling retelling of the “Little Red Riding Hood,” “Three Little Pigs” and “Hansel and Gretel” fairy tales. While at New York Comic Con in October, creator Kevin Williamson opened up to International Business Times about what he envisions for “Tell Me a Story” next season and beyond.

Specifically, he answered IBT’s questions about whether the show will be an anthology with new fairy tales and new cast each season or not.

“Yes, at the end, all these three storylines have a beginning, middle and end,” he said. “And that’s the other beauty of writing for [this]…you actually get an ending, and then we set up the next set of fairy tales in the last episode.”

tell me a story s2 original Season 1 of “Tell Me a Story” features Billy Magnussen and Danielle Campbell, but they might not be in Season 2. Photo: Patrick Harbron/CBS

When IBT doubled down with asking if there would be a new cast for Season 2, Williamson simply replied, “And new fairy tales…I figure we can get to four seasons before we have to start doing fairy tales no one’s ever heard of.”

The first season of “Tell Me a Story,” which is now available on CBS All Access in its entirety, stars James Wolk, Billy Magnussen, Dania Ramirez, Danielle Campbell, Sam Jaeger, Davi Santos, Paul Wesley and Kim Cattrall. It remains unclear if any of these stars will return to the show for Season 2 in new roles, a la the “American Horror Story” anthology series.