Over the last seven seasons fans have endured multiple murders, thousands of lies, fabulous outfits, and fierce friendship. Now, hundreds of episodes later we FINALLY learn who A.D. is and get the answers to every question we have asked from the safety of our couches.
Earlier this month, during the first day of the sixth season of the ATX Television Festival in Austin, Texas, in a dual panel for Pretty Little Liars and Famous in Love, creator of both shows I. Marlene King spilled some secrets surrounding the final episodes
With just the series finale left, there are still many questions surrounding the fate of the Liars. While all theories are promised to be confirmed (or debunked) by the end, at least two things were revealed in this episode: Charlotte’s killer and who’s going to
With three episodes left we finally have two Liars engaged! However, we are still no closer to figuring out who A.D. is. On the positive side, Aria was rewarded with the police report she never filed, Spencer got some closure with Mary Drake and Mona,
Even though all signs pointed to him, we learned that Lucas is sadly not A.D. Well, he still could be, but if so he’s very good at lying about it. Speaking of someone else who is good at lying: Aria. We know she’s not that
All the Liars are hanging by a thread now that Marco is hot on their trail. But Spencer? Well, Spencer’s past has been catching up with her all season but it came to a head after Marco followed her to the woods. For seven seasons
To take down a terrorist you have to become one and that’s what the gang has done. It’s been 100 days since Roarke took office and it’s time for the Constitutional Convention. Will they finally take down the Collaborators once and for all or will
Last time we played “Liars’ Lament” the board announced it was once again Hannah’s turn after she failed to complete her first turn. That wasn’t the biggest thing we learned. No, it was the fact that Aria turned to the dark side after A.D. threatened