Pretty Little Liars has done a lot to put
It is ending… I know you’re devastated. We’ve been doing it for six years and I literally spent my twenties on the show. I think that all good things must come to an end.
Lucy Hale is the first person to come out and officially confirm the end of Pretty Little Liars is near, but she isn’t the first person to note the show might be ending sooner rather than later. A couple of months ago, Pretty Little Liars creator Marlene King said she thought the show would be back for Season 7, but she also thought Season 7 would be the end. Freeform has yet to make a firm announcement regarding Pretty Little Liars, but it seems pretty clear that the series is heading toward an end.
Hale has spent nearly all of her twenties dealing with the shenanigans of A on Pretty Little Liars, which means she’s spent a lot of time thinking about her character and the direction the show is going. She says she used to want one thing for the show’s ending, but now she’s hoping the series will end on a dark note.
I used to say I wanted the show to end, you know walking away in the sunset. They’re all happy, living an A-free life, no drama, right? But I don’t. I want it to end really tragically.
Obviously, Lucy Hale isn’t actually writing any of the Pretty Little Liars episodes, but she has inhabited the character of Aria Montgomery for the show’s entire run, so she has a pretty good vision of what the show is and where it may be heading.
If you’d like to watch the full clip, which includes an over-the-top James Corden freaking out over the admissions, you can check it out, below.
For more TV reveals and even some carpool karaoke, you can check out CBS’ The Late Late Show with James Corden on weeknights at 11:35 p.m. ET. In addition, new Season 6 episodes of Pretty Little Liars air on Tuesdays at 8 p.m. ET, only on Freeform.