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Freeform hasn't announced it yet, but the unofficial consensus seems to be that there won't be an eighth season of Pretty Little Liars -- even though the show still has the best ratings on the cable channel. Could the show be renewed, possibly with a new cast? Stay tuned.
Pretty Little Liars continues to revolve around a group of young ladies from the little town of Rosewood, Pa who have plenty of secrets. The show's cast includes Troian Bellisario, Ashley Benson, Lucy Hale, Shay Mitchell, Sasha Pieterse, Ian Harding, Janel Parrish, Tyler Blackburn, Laura Leighton, Keegan Allen, Huw Collins, Drew Van Acker, Roberto Aguire, David Coussins, Nicholas Gonzalez, and Nia Peeples.
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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… »
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
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
“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 »
Hanna Marin is in grave danger on Pretty Little Liars. As a refresher, the end of the season six finale left us all in shock as "A.D." drags an unconscious Hanna across the floor in some undisclosed location. With a whole slew of new pictures from the season seven premiere and no Hanna in sight, we're really starting to worry that Hanna might die. Luckily, a recent visit to the Pretty Little Liars set gave us a chance to interview Ashley Benson, who plays Hanna on the show. Keep reading to see the questions she fielded from us - and one other journalist - about the upcoming season. Can you give us an idea on how the season is going to start off? Ashley Benson: The beginning of the season starts off right where we left it in the season finale of season six. So basically, everyone is trying to find Hanna. »
- Ryan Roschke
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 »
"A lie for a lie. An eye for an eye. The bell tolls for Hanna." Welcome bAck, b--ches! Pretty Little Liars returns for its seventh season on Tuesday, June 21, and the premiere is all about the gang's mission to #SaveHanna, as Hanna (Ashley Benson) was kidnapped by A.D. (Smell ya later, regular ol' A) at the end of the season six finale. And in E! News' exclusive sneak peek from the Freeform's hit premiere, which first debuted at the Pll and Dead of Summer event at Hollywood Forever Cemetery on June 15, the mission to rescue Hanna is briefly put on pause when Emily (Shay Mitchell), Spencer (Troian Bellisario) and Aria (Lucy Hale), as well as the guys and Mona (Janel Parrish), spot a ghost »
During this time he also reconnects with his parents Christopher (Chris Noth), a successful novelist who’s as recognized for his Page Six worthy antics as he is for his writing, and Diane (Mary-Louise Parker), a sophisticated woman, who has a new appreciation of controlled substances and is at a crossroads in her marriage and her life.
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- Liz Calvario
Exclusive: Here’s a first look at Chronically Metropolitan, having its world premiere next week at the Nantucket Film Festival. Directed by Xavier Manrique (Hope Springs) and written by Nick Schutt (Blood & Oil), the New York City-set film stars Mary-Louise Parker (Weeds), Chris Noth (The Good Wife), Shiloh Fernandez (Evil Dead), Ashley Benson (Pretty Little Liars) and Josh Peck (Ice Age: The Meltdown) and will have its world premiere at the island fest. It’s about… »
While we await the return of Pretty Little Liars, Troian Bellisario, Lucy Hale, Ashley Benson, Sasha Pieterse, and Shay Mitchell are still in our lives in a big way. So far this year, the cast has attended the People's Choice Awards, where they nearly set the red carpet on fire and Troian caused quite a stir during her acceptance speech. Of course, we've been rolling the events from the show around in our heads, but there's only so much theorizing you can do! To take a break from all the mystery, we dove deep into the Instagram accounts of the Pll squad to see how much fun they have off screen. We've already gone over why Shay is an Instagram goddess, but keep reading to see the lives of all five costars. »
- Ryan Roschke
Is there romance in the air for one of the Pretty Little Liars? According to The Hollywood Reporter, Lindsey Shaw, who played Emily's girlfriend Paige for four years on the Freeform hit, is headed back to Rosewood for a new arc in the upcoming seventh season of the show. She'll first appear in episode eight. This is the first time we've seen Paige since she and Emily (Shay Mitchell) broke up and Paige moved to California to escape the evil antics of A. And there's hope for the two women to rekindle their spark, considering Emily is currently single. First, however, Emily and the other Liars will have to race against the clock to save Hanna (Ashley Benson), who was kidnapped by Uber A in the »
Ok, Teen Choice Awards, now we’re talking.
Fox on Thursday released the second wave of 2016 TCA nominations, and it’s full of our favorites — including Klaus and Cami’s final kiss on The Originals (Choice Liplock), and Sam and Castiel’s certain je ne sais quoi on Supernatural (Choice Chemistry).
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Hanna, you in danger, girl! The dark and mysterious new poster for Pretty Little Liars season seven was revealed piece by piece on the show's Instagram account today, and there is one very important person missing from the line-up: Ashley Benson. As we know, Benson's Hanna was kidnapped in the season six finale—and she's nowhere to be found in the ultra glam, ultra gorgeous, ultra leggy new key art. Instead, Sasha Pieterse, Lucy Hale, Shay Mitchell and Troian Bellisario are looking fierce as hell decked out in all black errythang, sky-high stilettos included, with a little mesh and lace and tulle thrown in for good measure. But Hanna, Where You At?! (Also, sort of unrelated but where is Sasha's »
You’d think we’d be used to seeing the Pretty Little Liars standing in a police lineup by now, but it still feels like the first time every time.
PhotosPretty Little Liars Season 7: Everything We Know (So Far) About Hanna’s Fate, the Wedding and More
Freeform on Tuesday unveiled the official poster/key art for the drama’s upcoming seventh season (June 21, 8/7c), which finds Aria, Alison, Emily and Spencer flashing their pretty little mugs for the Rosewood Police Dept. (“Say corruption cheese, girls!”) Following Hanna’s kidnapping at the end of Season 6, Ashley Benson does »
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, »
The first wave of nominees for the 2016 Teen Choice Awards (aka that thing the Internet says I’m too old to vote for, even when I clear out my browser’s entire cache) were announced Tuesday, and the list couldn’t be any less surprising.
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Pretty Little Liars is leading the pack with six nominations, one for the series itself (Choice TV Show, Drama!) and additional noms for Ian Harding, Keegan Allen, Tyler Blackburn, Ashley Benson and Troian Bellisario.
The CW is also doing quite nicely with a »
Ahhh. The glory days of teen movies ... The '90s. You know, the ones where all you had to do was take off the she-geek's glasses and she was gorgeous (like in "She's All That" starring Rachel Leigh Cook and Freddie Prinze Jr). What about such classics as "Never Been Kissed" with Drew Barrymore essentially getting to redo high school with much better results? Even "The Craft" is a pretty huge classic '90s teen movie that people still watch to this day.
The magic of those classic '90s movies hasn't been lost on the youth of today. No way. In fact, one might say that the classic '90s teen movies have evolved and turned into the plethora of incredible television shows currently on TV today. There are so many amazing television shows from "Game of Thrones" to "Broad City" to, well, just about everything. However, when that »
- Chelsea Perrotty
Whether or not you live among the celebs in Los Angeles, you want to at least look like you've been basking in the sunshine this summer. However, when comes to lightening your locks the right way for summer, less is actually more. Sure, we've broken down the different coloring techniques before (yes, there is a difference between balayage and flamboyage), and while that's all fine and good, summer-specific hair is less strategic (but still purposeful). To achieve a sunny SoCal-girl vibe, like Behati Prinsloo and Ashley Benson, you want to lift your color ever-so-slightly for a lived-in look that's stunning, but easy on the upkeep. To start, "go a shade lighter to match the spirit of the »
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