Last night’s ‘Pretty Little Liars’ finale packed four years of mystery into one hour, but the most shocking moment was the cliffhanger when Ezra got shot. Dare I say, shooting Mr. Fitz was smart? I think it was. But, please don’t kill him off — we need our Ezra!
The Pretty Little Liars Season 4 finale went out with a bang — literally! Alison (Sasha Pieterse) told all, and I’m while still processing the near half decade of revelations, I’m really stuck on the fact that Ezra (Ian Harding) was shot, presumably by a masked “A.” Keep reading to find out why I think this cliffhanger will keep fans hanging for more Ezra in Season 5, and watch our EXCLUSIVE interview with Ian below!
Creepy dolls, mind-blowing time jumps, and plenty of backfat made for one killer ‘Pretty Little Liars’ finale!
There were more than a few questions on our plate Aug. 30 at the start of the Pretty Little Liars summer finale: Where is Dr. Sullivan? Who really killed Alison? And, of course, who the F is “A?” Believe it or not, we actually got some of those questions answered — a rare phenomena in Rosewood — and in typical Pretty Little Liars fashion, we were also presented with a whole lot more.
Aria’s got a difficult choice ahead of her: Stick with Ezra or go with Jason? Let’s make her life a little easier by choosing for her!
Aria Montgomery (Lucy Hale) and Ezra Fitz (Ian Harding) have been a picture-perfect couple ever since they first went at it like animals in the bathroom of a dive bar on the very first episode of Pretty Little Liars. But their love will be put to the test Aug. 9 when Aria has her first kiss with bad-boy Jason (Drew Van Acker.) Which guy do YOU think Aria should choose?
OK, now who do you think killed Alison? Was it really Jason? Or someone else…
The July 26 episode of Pretty Little Liars was an hour of awkward encounters, shady behavior, and oh yes — just desserts! While Hanna (Ashley Benson) and Emily (Shay Mitchell) enjoyed a little never-ending slumber party at the Marin household, some seriously effed up business was going down elsewhere.
Looks like the girls weren’t snubbed after all! Lucy, Troian, Ian & Keegan all scored nominations!
“A” must have some dirt on the folks over at the Teen Choice Awards, because it was just revealed that Pretty Little Liars — and its cast — are nominated for five big awards! Aside from the show itself being nominated for Choice Summer TV Show, Lucy Hale and Troian Bellisario are both nominated for Choice Summer TV Actress, while Keegan Allen and Ian Harding will battle it out in the Choice Summer TV Actor category!
Watch a preview clip from tonight’s episode! (I’ve got a bad feeling about this.)
All this time, I pegged Melissa (Torrey DeVitto) as the character most likely to go cuckoo bananas on Pretty Little Liars — but maybe it’s Aria (Lucy Hale) I should be worried about. In this new clip from the June 28 episode, Aria informs her squirrel-friends she’s taking classes at Hollis, but swears it isn’t just to spy on Ezra’s (Ian Harding) ex-fiancée, Jackie. Personally, I think it’s worth looking into. He’s so not over her.
Do you think Aria belongs with someone her own age? Watch a preview clip of tonight’s episode & vote!
The staff at Rosewood High is about to become a lot less dreamy. Yes, Mr. Fitz (Ian Harding) bids his students farewell on the June 21 episode of Pretty Little Liars, with an emotionally charged speech secretly targeted at Aria (Lucy Hale) — you know, the student he’s been banging for the past year. Ezra’s words may be sweet, but I can’t help but wonder if his relationship with Aria is more trouble than it’s worth.
Brant spills about Noel’s return to Rosewood High & his involvement in the season’s big mystery. Is it June 14 yet?
When we last saw Noel Kahn (Brant Daugherty) on Pretty Little Liars, he was lurking in the crowd after Ian’s (Ryan Merriman) supposed death, which immediately sparked a debate among obsessive fans — and Brant says we definitely haven’t seen the last of him!
“Noel hasn’t been at school lately, but that doesn’t mean he’s gone,” Brant tells HollywoodLife.com, adding that Noel “will definitely” factor into the mystery of the show’s second season, which premieres June 14 on ABC Family.
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