After seven seasons, Pretty Little Liars is finally ending its successful run. The original Freeform series has indulged in plenty of mysteries over the years, as its cast of young women found themselves in one horrible situation after another. With only 10 episodes left to go and about a dozen questions still left unanswered, fans are reasonably worried that Pretty Little Liars may end up not addressing all of its leftover mysteries. Well worry not, because creator and showrunner I. Marlene King has assured that everything will be answered by the time the credits of the finale roll.
Excited fans in attendance of the Pretty Little Liars panel at Paleyfest were given quite the treat (via Deadline). Cast members Ashley Benson, Tyler Blackburn, Shay Mitchell, Andrea Parker, Janel Parrish, Sasha Pieterse and Ian Harding, as well as King and executive producer Joseph Dougherty were on hand to tease what was in store for the final 10 episodes of Season 7. Being a suspenseful mystery spanning seven seasons, there's currently a LOT still lift hanging in the air. As a "thanks for watching," the show will answer as much as it possibly can while providing a concrete ending for each character.
Well, that must feel pretty good for fans! Not every TV show feels as obliged as Pretty Little Liars to put a neat little bow on all its mysteries by the time the show ends. Lost had a habit of answering questions with more questions, but that worked for that specific show. I doubt PLL fans would be thrilled to be left in the dark -- especially when the show still has so many unresolved plots. For instance, who's Uber A/A.D.?; Who killed Sara Harvey?; Who killed Charlotte DiLaurentis?; How is Mary Drake Spencer's real mother?; Who or what caused Toby and Yvonne's car accident?; and so on and so on.
To get ready for the final episodes, check out this promo Freeform released for Pretty Little Liars.
The first half of Season 7 concluded in August 2016, and now the show will wrap up the second half on April 18, 2017. To learn about more shows that are returning, check out our midseason and summer premiere guides!
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