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Just because Pretty Little Liars is over doesn't mean we've reached the end of its mysteries. Even after consuming the show's epic two-hour finale, we still can't ignore a few dangling threads. Where the hell did Spencer's twin, Alex Drake, come from?! How did the wine moms escape that basement all those years ago? There are so many rabbit holes we could go down, and luckily Pll creator I. Marlene King has swooped in to answer a few lingering questions after the show's final chapter. Let's review the few new tidbits she gave us. 1. Spencer's Twin Wasn't Originally Supposed to Be "A.D." Before the whole twin reveal came to King, she had an entirely different idea. Wren was supposed to be the big "A.D." reveal! Wren was a long-held "A.D." suspect among the fans (we even had our own theory about him), so it's pretty cool to »
- Ryan Roschke
We're about to get to the last two episodes of Pretty Little Liars . . . ever. While it's almost over, we have a lot of questions for the end. Where will the series leave us? How will they tie everything up? Take a look at everything we've heard about the series finale so far. 1. It's Two Hours Long Back in August 2016, Freeform revealed that season seven would be the last. Shortly thereafter, creator I. Marlene King spilled that the series finale would be quite long. "We are treating that as a two-hour special event movie," she said. 2. Every Question Will Be Answered Before the Final Credits In addition to revealing the length of the episode, King also stated that the final 10 are "the most powerful 10 [episodes]" the show has ever had. "I'm excited for fans to finally have all of their questions answered, and I believe they will be satisfied with the wild »
- Ryan Roschke
When Pretty Little Liars wraps up forever on June 27, it will be with multiple weddings and probably multiple deaths. I mean, there's a psychopath out there (as usual), and it's called "Till Death Do Us Part," which can't just be about weddings, considering it's this show. RelatedAll the Dirt We Have on the Final Episode of Pretty Little Liars I had the chance to chat with series creator I. Marlene King and a group of reporters at Atx this week, and obviously, I asked her if there will be any deaths on the series finale. She gave it some thought, admitting, "My God, I have to think back because my Pll brain has died," which makes sense, since the series actually wrapped several months ago, and since then, she's been hard at work on her new series, Famous in Love. After reiterating that "It's the deadliest season ever," she paused, »
- Shannon Vestal Robson
After getting rejected by Nick last season, Rachel will be the one handing out the roses this time to 31 eligible men as the franchise’s first black Bachelor/ette. And she’s already revealed her season has a happy ending: Rachel says she’s engaged and “very much… in love” with one of this season’s contestants.
With Rachel’s season debuting on Monday (ABC, 9/8c), TVLine sat down with her to chat about the premiere’s craziest limo introductions, »
By the time Sunday’s episode of The Leftovers was finished, the apocalypse couldn’t come soon enough for Kevin, Nora and anyone not enamored of a-ha. He chased a ghost, she chased, in a way, a couple of her own, “Take On Me” lodged itself in our heads anew, and, in the end, there was a sudden departure of the lowercase S and D variety that I don’t think any of us saw coming. Who split? Read on.
‘Anything Else You Want To Tell Me About? »
The opening night of the Berlinale was all about politics, from the red carpet, where Green Party politician and Bundestag vice president Claudia Roth sported a black dress adorned with the word “Unpresidented” in large letters – an apparent dig at U.S. President Donald Trump’s spelling aptitude and/or his perceived behavior as commander-in-chief – to officials and speakers taking the stage to talk about free speech, free art and resistance to oppression.
At Thursday’s ceremony in the Berlinale Palast, the new U.S. administration even took some hits from the evening’s host, German comedian and actress Anke Engelke. She had a question for international guests: “Are you here for the festival? Or is someone keeping you from going back to your home country?” That got a big laugh.
Engelke drew loud laughs as she greeted the jury, noting that last year Meryl Streep served as jury president. »
- Ed Meza
I love the satisfaction that comes with a pesky adversary finally meeting their maker.
In fiction, of course. By all means, join me in jubilation as two of Shooter's most nefarious antagonists finally bit the bullet. May they burn for eternity in the fiery pits of hell where they belong.
Too much? Maybe a tad. I don't take it back though.
What more could you ask for in a penultimate season finale that Shooter Season 1 Episode 9 didn't give us? There was action, loads of action, not so surprise team-ups, all around badassery, and some resolution to most of the issues that have plagued Bob Lee and co. this season.
Isaac and Bob Lee teaming up was far from unexpected, but it was unexpected that I found them enjoyable to watch. The dynamic between Bob Lee, Nadine, and Isaac was quite an interesting one, and I give the first two a »
- Jasmine Blu
7 items from 2017
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