“Pretty Little Liars” just wrapped up their sixth season with an episode full of shocking truths and uncertain futures. Fans are already wondering what the Marlene King-created series will be bringing to the table next season.
Fortunately, season 7 has already been picked up by Freeform, and while the exact date is yet to be disclosed, it can be assumed that “Pretty Little Liars” will be back sometime this summer. Unfortunately, rumor has it that it will also be the last for show. Given that, series lead, Lucy Hale, who plays Aria, was recently asked about the idea of the show ending after seven seasons.
“We flash-forwarded a little bit, and they’re in a good spot to finally get that peace and find out who ‘A’ is,” Hale told Vulture. “I’ve said that I even want it to end really darkly. But backtracking to what you said before, this may not be the end. With the complete cast, this will be the last year. So in a way, it is ending because not everyone will be there,” she added.
Hale’s answer can be related to King’s previous statement referring to the next season as “the beginning of the end of ‘Pretty Little Liars’ as you know it,” which may not necessarily pertains to the show but to the girls instead. Numerous reports speculate that while all the girls have put a united front throughout this whole ordeal, it may no longer be the case when season 7 comes.
Fueling the buzz is King’s additional revelation that the Liars will be making the biggest mistakes of their lives. What is yet to be discussed is whether this plan is already in motion or if the girls will be back on the drawing board to devise it. However, what is now clear is that whatever it is that the girls will decide to do, Uber A will be able to use it against them.
Speaking of Uber A, the villain’s identity will finally be revealed in the final season of “Pretty Little Liars.” Design and Trend posed the possibility that Uber A may actually be Alison (Sasha Pieterse) especially after Andrea Parker slammed rumors that Mary Drake is Uber A.
“AD is Uber A. My initials are not AD. Mary is not Uber A, but Mary is working with Uber A,” she told The Hollywood Reporter.