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We're still reeling from the harrowing premiere of Pretty Little Liars. As we desperately await what lies ahead, the best we can do is rack our brains for any information that might help us unravel the show's mysteries. For now, we find ourselves intensely focused on the quite peculiar Mary Drake, and her potential involvement with the anonymous "A.D.," the latest villain to mess with the liars. Back in May, we were fortunate enough to visit the set of Pretty Little Liars - we got the chance to join a group of other journalists in a group interview with Andrea Parker, the actress who plays Mary. Read on for a few perplexing quotes that will really give you something to mull over. On Mary Drake's past: "Well, I don't think that she was loved as a child. And we all know how f*cked up that can be. I »
- Ryan Roschke
If Season 6B of Pretty Little Liars kicked off with an unspoken ode to The Godfather: Part III, season 7, which premiered on Freeform last night, is all How To Get Away With Murder. After flashing forward a few days into the future, we’re greeted by shrieks of panic from Spencer (Troian Bellisario), Emily (Shay Mitchell) and Aria (Lucy Hale), as they frantically plow their shovels into the ground of a dimly lit woods. Sound familiar?
The girls are digging a grave, but it’s unclear for whom. We’re supposed to assume it’s for Hanna (Ashley Benson), but anyone who’s spent some time with Pretty Little Liars, or has an inkling about how television works, knows it’s unlikely that the beloved character would face such a callous demise. And that’s exactly the show’s problem. In its seventh — and presumably final — season, Pretty Little Liars »
- Samantha White
“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
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 »
The Pretty Little Liars‘ final chApter is about to unfold.
Freeform on Tuesday released the first trailer for the drama’s upcoming seventh — and possibly last — season, premiering June 21 at 8/7c:
When last we left our girls, they were reeling from the discovery that Alison’s mom’s twin, who also happens to be Charlotte’s real mom, is the one from whom they’d all been receiving death threats. (Ok, the girls haven’t technically figured all of that out yet. They got as far as, “Is that Mrs. D? How is that possible?” But they’ll catch up. »
When the Freeform drama’s seventh season kicks off on June 21, the Resurrection Blvd. alum will recur as the no-bs cop looking into the Rosewood Pd’s open homicide cases, our sister site, Deadline, reports.
RelatedPretty Little Liars Season 7 Set Photos: Who’s Teaming Up to Stop Mary Drake?
One of the most uncomfortable moments from Pretty Little Liars‘ freshly wrapped sixth season… wasn’t part of the season at all.
TVLine got its collective mits on a deleted scene included in the Freeform drama’s upcoming DVD/Digital HD release of Season 6 — on sale Tuesday, April 19 — in which Hanna (almost!) overhears Alison talking some serious smack.
“If what you heard is from Hanna, it’s not true,” Ali tells Jordan when he says he “heard a lot” about Charlotte. “She didn’t know her, »
It may be hard to believe, but Pretty Little Liars‘ latest twist — namely that Alison’s new husband is working for her dead mother’s secret evil twin — could actually be a good thing, at least for a portion of the Freeform drama’s fandom.
RelatedPretty Little Liars‘ Season 7 Premiere Date and More Freeform Summer News
I’m talking about those long-suffering “Emison” ‘shippers, the ones who have repeatedly gotten their hopes up for an emotional reunion between Emily and Alison, only to have them dashed by the likes of Lorenzo, Elliott, etc. But now that we know Ali »
Pretty Little Liars‘ “most romantic season” yet is almost upon us.
Freeform on Thursday announced that the “A”-ddictive series’ seventh — and possibly final — outing will premiere Tuesday, June 21 at 8/7c. Following last month’s huge reveal (Mrs. Dilaurentis has a twin!), the girls will “unearth answers to the last remaining secrets and take down ‘Uber A’ for good.”
Read on for a full schedule of summer premiere dates, including the debuts of Guilt, a thriller about a »
TV, TV, on the wall… who’s the baddest of them all?
That’s the question at the heart of TVLine’s March BADness Bracket Tournament, a brutal scrum among the most violent, scheming, bitchy, low-down dirty characters ever to grace the small screen.
RelatedDynasty, Glee, Scandal and Smash Hellcats Join March BADness!
Love to hate ’em or just plain love ’em, there’s no denying these 64 filthy mcnasties have left an indelible mark on the TV landscape. But treacherous as they are, they’re not about to share their glory.
That’s where you come in. From now through the end of the month, »
RelatedFreeform’s Young & Hungry Renewed for Season 4
Series creator Lizzy Weiss shared on Twitter late Friday night that Bay and Daphne’s farewell tour won’t visit your screen until 2017 — meaning the show, which wrapped Season 4 on Oct. 26, 2015, will have been off the air for well over a year.
I'll tweet this on a Friday night when no one is listening. We won't be back til 2017, I'm not sure exactly when. But Wait For Us. »
Tuesday’s Pretty Little Liars finale took the concept of “unmasking” its latest villain to a whole other level, and the villain in question couldn’t be more pleased with the final results.
“It was a very specific process, one I was conscious not to mess up,” Huw Collins tells TVLine about his transformation from “Wilden” back to Elliott. “I really wanted to do the moment justice and bring some depth to my performance, even as I was »
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Question: Can we get some juicy spoilers on the Flash/Supergirl crossover? —Cordell
Ausiello: Look (or listen?) for shout-outs to Cisco, Caitlin, S.T.A.R. Labs and Green Arrow in the March 28 event.
VideosThe Flash Races Over to Supergirl in First Crossover Teaser
Question: I am so happy Bones finally has a return date! Do you have any more scoop you can share with us about the second half of the season? —Cassidy
Ausiello: A paralyzed Hodgins »
The Fosters will sing a classic tale of woe next Monday (at 8/7c) when the Freeform drama raises the curtain on composer/pianist Brandon’s Romeo and Juliet-inspired rock musical R&J.
RelatedThe Fosters Renewed for Season 4
But Verona’s tragically fated lovers aren’t the only ones experiencing the highs and lows of young romance during the episode. Below, co-creator Bradley Bredeweg and star Cierra Ramirez reveal how R&J impacts Mariana (who plays Juliet) and Brandon’s respective relationship crossroads. (As you can see in the above sneak peek, the lines between what’s real and what »
Tuesday’s season finale re-introduced Parker as Mary — mother of the late Charlotte and twin sister of the even-later Jessica Dilaurentis — and Parker promises that the twisted reveals have only just begun.
“When I was hired [back in Season 2], I thought this was going to be an episode or two, maybe,” she says. “I had no idea that the character was going to recur. And, thankfully, it’s become so much more. »
There’s a new villain in Rosewood, and she looks awfully familiar.
Mary Drake (Andrea Parker) was revealed to be the identical twin of Mrs. Dilaurentis on “Pretty Little Liars” Season 6B finale — and there’s a major twist. Not only is Mrs. D’s twin Charles/Charlotte’s (Vanessa Ray) birth mother, but she’s also been teaming up with the husband of Alison (Sasha Pieterse), Dr. Elliot Rollins (Huw Colliins), who is clearly not who he seems to be.
“We know that Elliot loved Charlotte deeply and obviously would do anything for her, including marrying her cousin Alison under the guise of actually loving her,” Parker tells Variety. “It’s obvious that he is up to something and that he is working with Mary — and perhaps A.D. who is now Uber A, but I’m not sure how much I can tell you about what their motives are. »
- Elizabeth Wagmeister
The honeymoon period is definitely over for Alison Dilaurentis (Sasha Pieterse) on Pretty Little Liars. Spoiler Alert: Stop reading now if you haven't seen this week's episode. Creator I. Marlene King made good on her tease about a twin twist: The late "Big A" Charlotte (Vanessa Ray) was actually Mrs. Dilaurentis' (Andrea Parker) adopted daughter, and the biological daughter of her secret sister Mary Drake, who was also institutionalized at Radley Sanitarium. So that makes Charlotte the cousin of Ali and Jason (Drew Van Acker), which in turn makes their college fling while Charlotte was masquerading as CeCe slightly less incestuous. »
- Michele Corriston, @mcorriston
A twin reveal. A masked villain. Two hot hookups. The possible death of a major character. While that may sound like a lot, that's what Pretty Little Liars fans call a Tuesday. "That's what we do, right?!" showrunner Marlene King said with a laugh when E! News ran down the list of Omg moments from the season six finale, which included (spoiler alert!) the reveal that Alison's (Sasha Pieterse) mom had a twin, Mary Drake (Andrea Parker), who has teamed up with Alison's doctor husband to seek revenge for her daughter Charlotte's murder. That's right, Charlotte is actually Alison's cousin. Oh, and the new Uber-a, who goes by "A.D.," has kidnapped and maybe killed Hanna (Ashley »
Spoiler Alert: Do need read ahead if you have not watched the “Pretty Little Liars” Season 6B finale, which aired on Tuesday, March 15.
“Pretty Little Liars” creator Marlene King has been teasing a twin for quite some time, and on Tuesday night’s Season 6B finale, that twin was finally revealed. Turns out, Mrs. D (Andrea Parker) has a twin sister named Mary Drake — and she’s come back to haunt Alison (Sasha Pieterse) with some pretty twisted mind games.
In the shocking finale, a fresh-out-of-the-grave Mrs. D lookalike scared the living daylights out of Ali, popping up unexpectedly, causing a fresh-out-of-the-hospital Ali to believe that she’s hallucinating thanks to the painkillers she’s been taking. An added bonus? She also hallucinated Wilden being back from the dead and in her bed. Poor Ali ended up checking herself into a mental institution with Emily’s (Shay Mitchell) help because »
- Elizabeth Wagmeister
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