What a night! New relationships collided with old, secrets (that I, for one, didn’t see coming) emerged, and Hanna showed her toughest side yet — but will she ultimately succeed in her plan?
The doctor is in! Julian Morris is set return to Pretty Little Liars as Wren Kingston in the second half of season 7, EW has confirmed.
There’s no word yet how long Morris’ arc will be this time around, but at least we won’t have to hold our breath looking for him between now and the summer finale, since showrunner Marlene King said back in June he’d turn up sometime in season 7.
Pretty Little Liars fans might not know the identity of A.D., but Hanna does. In fact, she’s so sure that Noel Kahn is the man responsible for her torture that last week’s episode ended with her going rogue.
Taking matters into her own hands, Hanna decided it was time to take down A.D., even if it meant leaving her friends behind. “She would love to have her friends join her but the PLLs want to make sure that they have all the proof they need to go to the cops,” showrunner Marlene King tells EW. “And Hanna thinks she has all the proof she needs.”
One of the biggest shockers coming out of Pretty Little Liars’ seventh season has been the reveal that Charlotte was not Mary Drake’s only child. Rather, Mary gave birth to another child – son or daughter, we’re not sure – during her time in Radley, and naturally, said child would now be about the same age as the Liars. And with only two episodes left in the PLL summer season, almost anyone could be the secret child.
We open with the Liars and Caleb walking together through Rosewood after dark, as Hanna tries to convince everyone Noel Kahn is the source of their problems. No one seems to believe her, even after Ali confesses the secret dirt she had on Noel years ago: He’d pushed a sorority girl down the stairs at a party and his parents paid her family off. Hanna’s also hung up on A.D.’s “I SEE YOU” message on the back of the windshield, because it’s apparently one Noel himself had sent before. Finally, Hanna’s point is proven in a major — and tragic — way when a car speeds toward them and hits Caleb.
Rosewood is no stranger to dead bodies, and it looks like the death toll will rise with Pretty Little Liars’ season 7 summer finale.
Freeform has announced an all-day Pretty Little Liars marathon, beginning at 11 a.m. ET on Tuesday, August 30, with the summer finale airing at 8 p.m. ET that night. Furthermore, the release teased that the finale, titled “The DArkest Knight” will leave at least one person dead.
Simone Biles seems so nice, but could she be the next member of Team A?
Shortly after winning the gold medal in the women’s individual all-around final at the Olympics in Rio, Biles was invited to come to the set of one of her favorite TV shows, Pretty Little Liars.
Paige isn’t the only former swimmer returning to Rosewood in Pretty Little Liars’ seventh season.
EW can exclusively reveal that Chloe Bridges will reprise her role as Sydney Driscoll this year. Fans might remember Sydney as the seemingly nice girl who admired Emily on the swimming team in season 5 before eventually revealing herself to be a part of Mona’s army. And when Mona was later murdered (“murdered”), Sydney and Jenna believed Ali was behind it.
A funny thing about recapping TV shows is you end up noticing episode titles you probably wouldn’t have had any reason to look up otherwise. And unless you’re a show like Friends, which had the best episode titles of all time (“The One Where Rachel Finds Out,” “The One With All the Poker”), titles aren’t necessarily worth seeking out. But in classic PLL fashion, this show’s titles are either fantastic (“The Talented Mr.
If you think Spencer’s been crying a lot in season 7 of Pretty Little Liars, prepare yourself for at least one more “tearful goodbye.”
EW caught up with Spencer herself, Troian Bellisario, and show creator Marlene King to talk about what’s coming up as the show’s summer season comes to an end. After Spencer and Caleb ended things in last week’s episode, Bellisario says she hopes that Spencer takes some time to “figure out who single Spencer is,” but odds are, her makeout with Marco will come back to bite her. After all, Rosewood is a very small town.
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