The return of Pretty Little Liars last night with the search for Ashley Benson's kidnapped Hanna in full swing as a 24-hour deadline, killing, some texts and an escape propelled the Freeform show. With all the action on-screen for the Season 7 debut of Ppl, the I. Marlene King created series hit new premiere lows. No longer topping cable as in past years, thanks to the Oprah-starring Greenleaf, Pretty Little Liars snared 1.42 million viewers and 847,000 among adults 18-49… »
Could Pretty Little Liars just go on forever? That doesn't seem out of the question, according to what the cast (and creator Marlene King) said when E! News' Carissa Loethen visited the set of the Freeform drama. While they're all absolutely on board for ending the show with a movie, some of the cast members also have some particularly enticing ideas for how they could be the star of their own spin-off. Troian Bellisario sounded particularly excited. "My god, it would be a blast!" she tells E! News in the video above of the idea. "We would shoot in Italy and London...She'd be traveling constantly. She'd be time traveling to the past, and it's »
When Freeform released the key art for Season 7 of “Pretty Little Liars,” fans were shocked to see one face missing: Ashley Benson’s. The promotional material for Season 7 prominently features the other four main cast members — Lucy Hale, Shay Mitchell, Troian Bellisario and Sasha Pieterse — so Benson’s absence seemed to suggest that her character’s current situation in the teen mystery/thriller might be more dire than fans had previously assumed. “People weren’t taking the idea of Hanna possibly meeting her demise as seriously as they should until they saw that image,” executive producer I. Marlene King said in an. »
- Reid Nakamura
One of the Liars is going to the chapel and they're gonna get married...but only if they make it out of season seven alive! Pretty Little Liars returns for its seventh (and possibly final?) season tonight on Freeform, and it's safe to say fans can expect the sexiest and most romantic season ever. Don't believe us? How about we let executive producer Marlene King convince you? "They have sex," King told E! News at a special Pretty Little Liars and Dead of Summer event held at Hollywood Forever Cemetery on June 15. "A lot." Hey-o! Of course, the sexier tone is thanks to two things: First, ABC Family's transition into Freeform, and the five-year time-jump the show »
“Pretty Little Liars” kicks off its seventh — and possibly final — season on Tuesday night, and one big question is on the Liars’ minds: is Hanna alive?
“The premiere episode starts with an extremely fast-ticking clock. The clock is ticking and we find out by the end of Act 1 if Hanna is dead or alive, and what her condition is — and it is very disturbing,” “Pretty Little Liars” creator Marlene King tells Variety of Ashley Benson’s character, who was kidnapped and seen unconscious in the final moments of Season 6 this spring.
Whether on not Hanna makes it out alive, King promises that the body count is higher than ever before this season.
“The stakes are the highest they’ve ever been in Rosewood, regarding the Liars and A.D./Uber A,” she says. “Because of that, there are a lot of consequences and fatalities.”
Though Freeform has not commented on the end of the series, rumors »
- Elizabeth Wagmeister
Pretty Little Liars‘ seventh — and potentially final — season is going by many names: “The season of homecomings,” “the most romantic season yet” and even “the season with the highest body count.” And they’re all accurate.
“It’s such a full-circle season,” executive producer Marlene King tells TVLine of the Freeform drama’s upcoming batch of episodes, which kick off Tuesday at 8/7c. “We’re planting all these little Easter eggs that pay homage to Season 1, even to the pilot. In the summer finale, there’s »
Rosewood’s resident grave digger — who, I assume, is just as handsome as every other town employee — will be be putting in overtime in Season 7.
“This is still the most romantic, but also the deadliest, season of Pretty Little Liars,” executive producer Marlene King tells TVLine. “We don’t take deaths lightly here, so everyone who dies does so for a very impactful and important reason.”
And even though death has always been a major part of Pll‘s storytelling, King says the actors’ attitudes towards »
Pretty Little Liars might finally be coming to an end.
The show is renewed through Pretty Little Liars Season 7, but will it go on after that?
Troian Bellisario (Spencer Hastings) is getting married to Suits star, Patrick J. Adams, but the actor recently sent alarm bells ringing when he accidentally announced to Hollywood Life at the Atx Television festival last weekend that the show is coming to a close.
“Our anniversary is the day she got back from shooting the pilot of Pretty Little Liars. She got home and we had our first date together."
"So the fact that the show is coming to an end this year, and after that we’ll be hopefully be walking to getting married and starting the next chapter of our lives together, it’s pretty cool."
"The fact that we’ve made that work over the amount of distance and time, it’s »
- Paul Dailly
Just one week away from the highly anticipated premiere of Season 7, the “Pretty Little Liars” cast and creator hit the Hollywood Forever Cemetery for a spooky Freeform-a-palooza, featuring a screening of the network’s new summer series “Dead of Summer.”
Before the “Dead of Summer” screening, “Pretty Little Liars” creator I. Marlene King sat on a panel with cast members Lucy Hale, Troian Bellisario, Sasha Pieterse, Tyler Blackburn, Andrea Parker, Keegan Allen, plus producer Charlie Craig to tease what’s to come in the new season this summer.
“There will be a proposal in the summer and a wedding when we come back in the winter,” said King, confirming that the wedding will involve one of the Liars. (Season 7 will be split up into two parts, per usual, with the first half in summer and the back-half in winter.)
King also teased that a lot of people are going to die in the upcoming season: “It will be the biggest body count we’ve ever had on a season of ‘Pretty Little Liars.'”
The elephant in the room at the “Pll” event was the fact that Season 7 could be the last. Rumors have been long been swirling that the series will end after the upcoming season with cast members saying so in various interviews, but Freeform has not confirmed the ending, only releasing a mysterious statement that reads, “This is the end of ‘Pll’ as we know it.”
Wednesday night, when asked if Season 7 is the final season, King teased, “The show is coming to a closure of sorts, and that’s all we can say for now. Everyone loves their characters and the world so we hope it continues in some way shape or form.”
Season 7 of “Pretty Little Liars” premieres on June 21 at 9 p.m. on Freeform.
- Maria Cavassuto
Ready for some Pretty Little secrets? The cast and producers of Pretty Little Liars gathered at the Hollywood Forever cemetery Wednesday night in front of a few select fans (and the entire world on E! News' Facebook page) for a panel hosted by E! News' very own Catt Sadler and Tierney Bricker. Thanks to Troian Bellisario, Lucy Hale, Sasha Pieterse, Andrea Parker, Keegan Allen, Tyler Blackburn, and executive producers Marlene King and Charlie Craig, we got a ton of new info about what's to come in season seven of the Freeform drama. Here are a few of the tidbits we learned: 1. The gang will have 24 hours to save Hanna when the new season starts, and everyone will go to »
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- Megan Vick
That leaves just one more season for the show to wrap up a lot of loose ends that were unraveled in the second half of Season 6 with the emergence of "Uber-a" and Mary Drake (
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- Megan Vick
We're just days away from the seventh season of Pretty Little Liars. With a new supervillain on the loose and plenty of unanswered questions, we're potentially looking at the show's craziest season yet. But that's not all! The new installment of the series will see some familiar faces that have been gone for quite some time. In what creator I. Marlene King calls a season of homecomings, it seems like sh*t is really about to hit the fan. »
- Ryan Roschke
Eagle-eyed fans on Twitter have broken the story that Brant Daugherty's Noel Kahn will appear in the upcoming seventh season of Freeform's Pretty Little Liars TV show. It all started when showrunner, I. Marlene King, tweeted a photo from her seat at the table read.
Enterprising fans blew up the photo (and possibly Twitter) and saw that the leftmost visible name card reads "Noel Kahn." Noel was last seen in season five, episode nine, "March of Crimes." Pretty Little Liars, season seven, premieres Tuesday, June 21, 2016 at 8:00pm Et/Pt.
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"I'm back b--ches!" No, that isn't Uber-a talking, it's Brant Daugherty, aka Noel Kahn, who is set to return to Pretty Little Liars when the Freeform hit's seventh season kicks off on Tuesday, June 21. Daugherty took to Twitter to celebrate the good news with fans after a photo posted by showrunner Marlene King revealed the actor at a table-read. "There's a storm coming," Daugherty warned on Twitter of his character's return to Rosewood. "Prepare yourselves. #Pll." Gulp. But will he return as friend or foe to the Liars? Variety, who first reported the details of Daugherty's return, quoted a source as saying, "We still »
A familiar face is returning to Rosewood for Season 7 of “Pretty Little Liars.” Executive Producer Marlene King revealed on Thursday that Brant Daugherty will reprise his role as Noel Kahn in Freeform’s hit series, which is set to return on June 21. In a picture she tweeted on Thursday afternoon of a table read for an upcoming episode, a nametag for Noel Kahn’s can be seen — even though the character has not been seen on the series since season 5. Also Read: 'Pretty Little Liars' Actor Charged for Pulling Gun on Neighbor Although specifics regarding the character’s storyline have not been. »
- J. Clara Chan
Another former Rosewood resident is coming home for what could be Pretty Little Liars‘ final season.
PhotosPretty Little Liars Season 7: Everything We Know (So Far) About Hanna’s Fate, the Wedding and More
Table read, bitches. ❤️ pic.twitter.com/rbkarAlodT
— I. Marlene King (@imarleneking) June 2, 2016
Noel, whose alliance with the Liars remains tenuous, was last seen in the Season 5 episode “March of Crimes” (2014), during which the Liars debated whether or not he could be trusted after seeing him in New York. »
It seems Pretty Little Liars is saving its biggest secrets for last.
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With less than a month until the Freeform drama returns for its seventh — and potentially final — season on June 21 (8/7c), much of what the future has in store remains a mystery. But because it’s my job (no, seriously!) to collect such information, I scoured the web for clues, and here’s what I found:
* Hanna’s not dead. Ashley Benson’s character may have ended Season 6 unconscious and about to be thrown off a bell tower, »
Pretty Little Liars season 7 is just around the corner, and we have so many burning questions after that cliffhanger of a finale in season 6. Now, creator and executive producer I. Marlene King has dangled a carrot in front of us yet again and given us something else to speculate on -- who is getting married this season? Based off of her very vague tweet, plus all of the love triangle drama the Liars endured last season, let's play detective and try to figure out who could be tying the knot in season 7 of Pretty Little Liars.
Just when you thought that churches in Rosewood were reserved exclusively for funerals, slap matches and murders, along comes this bit of surprising news: There will be an actual wedding in Pretty Little Liars‘ upcoming seventh season!
VideosPretty Little Liars Season 7 Trailer: Hanna’s Cliffhanger Fate Revealed
Though I might be getting a little ahead of myself — there’s no confirmation that the ceremony will actually take place in a church — executive producer Marlene King took to Twitter on Monday to confirm that wedding bells will be chiming in Rosewood this season:
There will be a #PLLWedding in season »
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