The show still wants viewers to root for its most disturbing relationship.
"It’s not just some complete random."
Ian Harding, a 7-time Teen Choice Award Winner from "Pretty Little Liars," who is also an avid birdwatcher, comes to promote his new book, "Odd Birds." The book is a memoir in which Ian explores the unexpected world of a young celebrity through the lens of his favorite pastime ― birding. At its heart, it's a coming-of-age story in which Ian wrestles with an ever-evolving question― how can he still be himself, while also being a celebrity. A funny and heartwarming window into Ian’s life, "Odd Birds" is a must-read for fans of nature writing and memoir alike.
Making decisions about LGBT characters is one thing, but actually providing the representation and treating it respectfully is even more key.
Paging Doctor McHottie Did we mention that he's British? Sorry, Ian, but there's simply no going against that accent! Ari
The death of [Alison's] mother will change her attitude and character tremendously. In order to cope Alison is going to rely on the Liars now more than ever.
Vanessa: Aria steps up in a way I wasn't expecting from her. Each of the Liars has an opportunity this week to show us how
Liars will unite, tables will be turned, and foundations will be rocked. Pretty Little Liars is a program that can turn people
I made some comment about budget cuts, told the people standing in view of the audience to get back to work (I was playing
According to ABC Family by way of SocialGuide, the "Pretty Little Liars" summer finale was the No. 1 "most tweeted" series