Pretty Little Liars might finally be coming to an end.
The show is renewed through Pretty Little Liars Season 7, but will it go on after that?
Troian Bellisario (Spencer Hastings) is getting married to Suits star, Patrick J. Adams, but the actor recently sent alarm bells ringing when he accidentally announced to Hollywood Life at the ATX Television festival last weekend that the show is coming to a close.
“Our anniversary is the day she got back from shooting the pilot of Pretty Little Liars. She got home and we had our first date together."
"So the fact that the show is coming to an end this year, and after that we’ll be hopefully be walking to getting married and starting the next chapter of our lives together, it’s pretty cool."
"The fact that we’ve made that work over the amount of distance and time, it’s a testament to what we can do together.”
Though Adams is a good source to get the news from, Freeform is still playing very coy about the show coming to a close.
We don't blame them. Even with ratings down double digits in the back half of Pretty Little Liars Season 6, it was still the most watched show on the network.
The network is obviously hoping that they get a new hit to take over Pretty Little Liars as their signature series before the show signs off.
Considering Guilt kicked off with under 500,000 viewers, there's no way that one will be around for much longer.
Their only other hope for a hit this summer is Dead of Summer, which actually has a lot going for it.
Marlene King opened up about the future of Pretty Little Liars at a screening for Dead of Summer.
“It will be the biggest body count we’ve ever had on a season of ‘Pretty Little Liars."
That's got to be at least a little worrying to some fans. There are a lot of characters returning to the show for Season 7, so could they be preparing to take out some of them?
When asked if Season 7 is the final season, King teased, “The show is coming to a closure of sorts, and that’s all we can say for now. Everyone loves their characters and the world so we hope it continues in some way shape or form.”
This does sound pretty ominous. What if the show is wrapping up the current storyline and characters for good, before rebooting for a potential Season 8?
It certainly seems plausible.
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Note: Pretty Little Liars Season 7 Episode 1 airs Tuesday June 21 at 8/7C on Free
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