Season Seven will be the last for Pretty Little Liars.
Tuesday June 21 8:00 PM:
Spoilers to come...
Writer Bryan Holdman shared a behind-the-scenes photo of Jenna Marshall's return:
When one stops for a drink at The Radley, one meets the most interesting people. pic.twitter.com/vfcn2o5bQ8
— Bryan Holdman (@BryanHoldman) May 18, 2016
Lucy Hale, who plays Aria, confirmed during a Thursday February 25 appearance on the "Late Late Show With James Corden" that the upcoming season seven of "Pretty Little Liars" will be its last and stated, "It is ending. We’ve been doing it for six years… and I think that all good things must come to an end." Watch her full confirmation, including how she'd like to see the show end:
Season Seven Variety spoilers from show creator Marlene King:
There will be answers to burning questions in almost every episode.
Ali will find herself in danger in the mental hospital.
The mystery and truth surrounding Elliot will be revealed.
There will be flashbacks of Elliot and Charlotte that will explain a lot of things.
The Liars will uncover something about Elliot before Ali does.
The identity of A.D. will be revealed - and A.D. is way worse than A ever was.
Hanna's fate will be revealed.
A few couples will continue to be drawn to each other.
— I. Marlene King (@imarleneking) May 23, 2016
Season Seven casting:
Nicholas Gonzalez ("The Flash") has been cast to play a Rosewood detective.
Tammin Sursok ("Y&R's" Colleen Carlton) will return as Jenna Marshall.
— Tammin Sursok (@tamminsursok1) May 4, 2016
Andrea Parker will appear as a series regular during season seven, considering the late Jessica DiLaurentis was revealed to be Mary Drake's (Charlotte’s mom) twin in the season six finale.
Photo Credit: Freeform/Eric McCandless
- Amy Mistretta