Pretty Little Liars

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Pretty Little Liars
Pretty Little Liars (TV series) logo.svg
Genre
Based on Pretty Little Liars
by Sara Shepard
Developed by I. Marlene King
Starring
Opening theme "Secret" by The Pierces
Composer(s) Michael Suby
Country of origin United States
Original language(s) English
No. of seasons 7
No. of episodes 160 (list of episodes)
Production
Executive producer(s)
Producer(s)
  • Lisa Cochran-Neilan
  • Maya Goldsmith
  • Carol Dunn Trussell
  • Bryan M. Holdman
  • Hynndie Wali
Production location(s) Los Angeles, California
Vancouver, British Columbia (pilot)
Cinematography Dana Gonzales
Larry Reibman
Buzz Feitshans IV
Geoffrey Haley
Camera setup Red Two; single-camera
Running time 41–45 minutes
Production company(s)
Distributor Warner Bros. Television Distribution
Release
Original network Freeform
Original release June 8, 2010 (2010-06-08) – June 27, 2017 (2017-06-27)
Chronology
Related shows Pretty Dirty Secrets
Ravenswood
Pretty Little Liars: The Perfectionists
External links
Website

Pretty Little Liars is an American teen drama mystery thriller television series developed by I. Marlene King and is loosely based on the novel series of the same name written by Sara Shepard. The series follows the lives of four girls whose clique falls apart after the disappearance of their leader. One year later, the estranged friends are reunited as they begin receiving messages from a mysterious figure named "A" who threatens to expose their deepest secrets. The series features an ensemble cast, headed by Troian Bellisario as Spencer Hastings, Lucy Hale as Aria Montgomery, Ashley Benson as Hanna Marin, Shay Mitchell as Emily Fields, Sasha Pieterse as Alison DiLaurentis and Janel Parrish as Mona Vanderwaal.

The series premiered on June 8, 2010 on Freeform, formerly known as ABC Family, and ended on June 27, 2017. After an initial order of 10 episodes, ABC Family ordered an additional 12 episodes on June 28, 2010. The ratings success of the first 10 episodes prompted the book series to be extended beyond the initial eight novels.[1] Since its debut, the series has received mixed reviews from television critics, but remained a relative success for Freeform, garnering a large fandom, primarily on social media.

On March 26, 2013, a spin-off series was announced, titled Ravenswood. The series was canceled after one season. On June 10, 2014, Pretty Little Liars was renewed for its sixth and seventh seasons. On August 29, 2016, Freeform confirmed that the series would be ending after its seventh season in 2017.[2] Filming of the series officially wrapped on October 26, 2016.[3] The series finale was viewed by an estimated 1.41 million viewers. The episode was followed by "A-List Wrap Party", a live special featuring the cast and executive producer King discussing the series ending.

On September 25, 2017, Freeform announced that a second spin-off series, titled Pretty Little Liars: The Perfectionists, had been ordered, with Pieterse and Parrish reprising their roles as Alison DiLaurentis and Mona Vanderwaal respectively.[4] On May 14, 2018, Freeform picked up the series for a 10-episode first season, set to air in 2019.[5][6] In a 2018 panel, Parrish said that some plot points created in Pretty Little Liars will be resolved during the spin-off.[7]

Premise

Set in the small suburban town of Rosewood, Pennsylvania, the series follows the lives of five girls: Spencer Hastings, Alison DiLaurentis, Aria Montgomery, Hanna Marin and Emily Fields, whose clique falls apart after the leader of the group, Alison, goes missing. One year later, the remaining estranged friends are reunited as they begin receiving messages from a mysterious villain named "A" and later from "A.D.", who threatens and tortures them for the mistakes they have made before and after Alison's death. At first, they think it is Alison herself, but after her body is found, the girls come to a realization that it is someone else who is sending threatening messages to them.

Season Episodes Originally aired Nielsen ratings
First aired Last aired Viewers
(in millions)
Adults
(18-49)
1 22 June 8, 2010 (2010-06-08) March 21, 2011 (2011-03-21) 2.87 1.0
2 25 June 14, 2011 (2011-06-14) March 19, 2012 (2012-03-19) 2.68 1.0
3 24 June 5, 2012 (2012-06-05) March 19, 2013 (2013-03-19) 2.59[8] 1.1[8]
4 24 June 11, 2013 (2013-06-11) March 18, 2014 (2014-03-18) 2.53[9] 1.1[9]
5 25 June 10, 2014 (2014-06-10) March 24, 2015 (2015-03-24) 2.01[10] 0.9[10]
6 20 June 2, 2015 (2015-06-02) March 15, 2016 (2016-03-15) 1.72[11] 0.8[11]
7 20 June 21, 2016 (2016-06-21) June 27, 2017 (2017-06-27) 1.11[12] 0.6[12]

Production

Originally developed as a television series by book packaging company Alloy Entertainment, the idea was described as "Desperate Housewives for teens."[13] Alloy met with author Shepard and gave her the property to develop into a book series.[13] With Alloy and Warner Horizon Television interested in producing Pretty Little Liars as a television series for years, it was first planned for The WB in 2005 with a different writer until the network shut down in early 2006 and reestablished as The CW later that year.[14] The first novel was published by HarperTeen in October 2006.[15] In June 2008, Alloy noted that it was developing a Pretty Little Liars television pilot for ABC Family,[13] with the novels adapted for television.[14] After the pilot was shot in Vancouver in December 2009, filming for the rest of the series moved to Los Angeles.[16][17] The series was primarily filmed at the Warner Bros. studio and backlot in the city of Burbank, near Los Angeles.[18] In June 2012, the series was selected by lottery for a California film and TV tax credit.[19]

Casting

ABC Family began casting for a Pretty Little Liars television pilot in October 2009.[14] Lucy Hale was cast as Aria Montgomery in the project, followed by Troian Bellisario as Spencer Hastings and Ian Harding as Ezra Fitz in November 2009.[20] In December 2009, The Futon Critic confirmed the casting of Ashley Benson as Hanna Marin and Shay Mitchell as Emily Fields, as well as the addition of Laura Leighton as Ashley Marin, Nia Peeples as Pam Fields, Roark Critchlow as Tom Marin, and Bianca Lawson as Maya.[21][22] Mitchell had initially auditioned for the role of Spencer and then tried for Emily.[23] The Hollywood Reporter also noted that Torrey DeVitto and Sasha Pieterse landed recurring roles in the pilot.[22] The Alloy website later confirmed that Pieterse would be playing Alison DiLaurentis and DeVitto would be Melissa Hastings, also mentioning the casting of Janel Parrish as Mona Vanderwaal.[24] On January 27, 2010, ABC Family picked up the series for 10 episodes, set to premiere in June 2010.[25] In April 2010, the role of Aria's father Byron was recast with Chad Lowe,[26] and Holly Marie Combs was cast as Aria's mother Ella. Jenna Marshall is played by Tammin Sursok.[27]

On January 7, 2011, Tilky Jones was cast as Logan Reed.[28] On April 8, 2011, Annabeth Gish was cast for the role of Anne Sullivan, a therapist who tries to find out the main characters' secrets.[29] On May 23, 2011, Andrea Parker signed up to appear as Jessica DiLaurentis, Alison's mother.[30] On June 29, 2011, it was announced that Natalie Hall would be replacing Natalie Floyd as Hanna's soon-to-be stepsister, Kate.[31] On January 30, 2012, The Hollywood Reporter reported that Tyler Blackburn had been promoted to series regular for the third season.[32] In March 2012, Janel Parrish was also promoted from recurring to series regular for the third season.[33] On March 16, 2016, TVLine reported that Andrea Parker was added as a series regular for the seventh season.[34]

Promotion

Pretty Little Liars was called one of the most spectacular new shows of summer 2010 thanks to heavy promotion by ABC Family, including "spicy promos and hot posters".[35] ABC Family encouraged fans to host a "Pretty Little Premiere Party" for the show by sending the first respondents a fan kit,[36] and selected applicants to become part of an interactive "Secret Keeper Game" played with iPhones provided by the network.[37] The show's official Facebook and Twitter accounts also promoted special fan features, including a "Pretty Little Lie Detector".[38] Los Angeles department store Kitson showcased the show in their shop window.[39]

A tie-in edition featuring the Season 1 poster and logo of the 2006 first novel in the Pretty Little Liars series was released on the date of the show's premiere,[40] as was the final book of the original book series, "Wanted".[41] "Wanted" later decidedly became the eighth book of the series, as Shepard later confirmed she would extend the series. A TV tie-in of the second book "Flawless" featuring an altered Season 3 poster was released on December 28, 2012.

Music

The theme song for Pretty Little Liars is "Secret" by The Pierces, which was suggested by one of the show's stars, Ashley Benson.[42] The series featured music from artists such as Sara Bareilles, Passion Pit, Phases, Lady Gaga, Jessie J, Florence and the Machine, Lady Antebellum, Gemma Hayes and Denmark and Winter. ZZ Ward performed with two songs "Til the Casket Drops" and "Last Love Song" from her debut album Til the Casket Drops to promote the series' third[43] and fifth[44] seasons, and the series' soundtrack was released by WaterTower Music on February 15, 2011.[45]

Cast and characters

The core cast of "Pretty Little Liars" (excluding Janel Parrish who portrays Mona Vanderwaal) at The Paley Center For Media's PaleyFest 2014 Honoring "Pretty Little Liars". From left: Troian Bellisario, Ashley Benson, Lucy Hale, Shay Mitchell, and Sasha Pieterse.
  • Troian Bellisario portrays Spencer Hastings. Spencer is an extreme perfectionist who likes to please her wealthy family and her friends. She is very competitive and an overachiever. Spencer is strong willed, smart, and kind towards everyone around her, but isn't afraid to take down someone who is a threat to something she cares about. Bellisario also portrays Alex Drake in the final season, Spencer's identical twin sister, whom is not truly revealed until the series finale.
  • Ashley Benson portrays Hanna Marin. Hanna used to have an eating disorder. She was overweight, with the nickname 'Hefty Hanna'. After Alison DiLaurentis disappeared, Hanna lost weight and changed her style, which seemed similar to Ali's, with the help of her new best friend Mona Vanderwaal. Over the course of the series, Hanna cares more about the people around her and tries to protect herself and her friends. She is loyal and strong. She has had few love affairs through the series.
  • Holly Marie Combs portrays Ella Montgomery, the mother of Aria and Mike, as well as the wife of Byron.
  • Lucy Hale portrays Aria Montgomery, an artsy chameleon who is very intelligent, caring, and has a good sense of style. She's the one who keeps her family together. Aria spent some time as a "goth". She wore black, punk-like clothing and had pink highlights in her hair. After Alison disappeared, Aria and her family moved to Iceland for a year (because of Alison's disappearance and because of Byron's (Aria's father) cheating on Ella (Aria's mother) with one of his college students), before returning to Rosewood. When Aria and her family moved back to Rosewood, she was no longer a "goth" as she used to be, she was a girly-girl.
  • Ian Harding portrays Ezra Fitz, a former English teacher at Rosewood High who begins a relationship with Aria which causes a lot of tension due to her being his student.
  • Bianca Lawson portrays Maya St. Germain, a new girl who moves into Rosewood and develops a relationship with Emily, becoming her first girlfriend. She moves into Alison's old house which causes tension with the girls at first but they quickly begin to like her. She is killed in the season 2 finale by Lyndon James who was her stalker from a rehabilitation camp which she was sent to when Pam discovers weed in her bag.
  • Laura Leighton portrays Ashley Marin, the mother of Hanna. She is working as a member of the bank until she is arrested as the suspected murderer of Darren Wilden. She is released when Mona takes the blame for murder and Pastor Ted posts her bail. She then begins working for Mrs DiLaurentis until her death when she chooses to leave as Jason takes over which causes tension due to their past relationship. After the 5 year time jump, she has now turned Radley into a fancy hotel and is working as the manager.
  • Chad Lowe portrays Byron Montgomery, the father of Aria and Mike, as well as the husband of Ella. He is the center of one of the first story lines due to him having an affair with one of his students at Hollis causing all sorts of issues with his family. Due to this, him and Ella get a divorced but later remarry in season 6 with Aria as their officiator. Chad Lowe was the first cast member to direct an episode of the series, followed by Troian Bellisario.
  • Shay Mitchell portrays Emily Fields. Emily is the sporty one in the group. She is the best swimmer on the high school swim team, and eventually becomes a coach of the team. Emily's demeanor is kindhearted and very loyal to those she loves. Emily is a shy closeted lesbian in the beginning of the series, in love with Alison DiLaurentis.
  • Nia Peeples portrays Pam Fields, the mother of Emily as well as being the wife of Wayne.
  • Sasha Pieterse portrays Alison DiLaurentis, the former "Queen Bee" of her clique, and the most popular girl in school before her disappearance. She enjoys using people's deepest secrets against them to keep them in line. Charming and manipulative, Alison managed to manipulate all four of her friends in one way or another and is skilled at finding ways to blackmail others. It was later revealed that Alison is alive and was on the run from "A".
  • Janel Parrish portrays Mona Vanderwaal, the original and first "A". She is the person who stalked Alison before her disappearance, and did this as revenge for Alison crowning her "Rosewood's biggest loser". After Alison disappeared she became best friends with Hanna Marin and they transformed themselves into the most popular girls at school, taking Alison's place.
  • Andrea Parker portrays Jessica DiLaurentis and Mary Drake, twin sisters. Jessica is the mother to Alison and Jason, while Mary is revealed to be the mother of Charlotte, and Spencer and Alex. Mary was admitted to Radley Sanitarium for most of her life, but has now returned to Rosewood.

Setting

Rosewood

Rosewood is a fictional town in the state of Pennsylvania. It is the principal setting of the series and the books. The Liars live in this town along with most of the other characters. It contains many principal locations: the police station, the Rosewood High School, the church, the Rosewood Shopping Center, Hollis College, the Rosewood Community Hospital, the Rosewood movie theater, the mausoleum, the dental office, the Ophthalmology Cabinet, and the Rosewood Court.

Virtually all these locations are actually exteriors on the backlot of the Warner Bros. studio lot in Burbank. Interior scenes are filmed separately on nearby soundstages. For example, different sides of the same building on the backlot are used for the entrances of the Rosewood police station and high school.

Secondary locations

Broadcast

The intertitle in the opening credits used since the show's inception.

Pretty Little Liars premiered on June 8, 2010 in the United States, becoming ABC Family's highest-rated series debut on record across the network's target demographics.[46] It ranked number one in key 12–34 demos and teens, becoming the number-one scripted show in Women 18–34, and Women 18–49. The premiere was number two in the hour for total viewers, which generated 2.47 million unique viewers, and was ABC Family's best delivery in the time slot since the premiere of The Secret Life of the American Teenager.

The second episode retained 100% of its premiere audience with 2.48 million viewers, despite the usual downward trend following a premiere of a show, and built on its premiere audience. It was the dominant number one of its time slot in Adults 18–49, and the number one show in female teens.[47] Subsequent episodes fluctuated between 2.09 and 2.74 million viewers.[48][49] The August 10, 2010 "Summer Finale" episode drew an impressive 3.07 million viewers.

On June 28, 2010, ABC Family ordered 12 more episodes of the show, bringing its total first-season order to 22.[50] On January 10, 2011, ABC Family picked the show up for a second season that premiered on June 14, 2011. During the summer of 2011, Pretty Little Liars was basic cable's top scripted series in women aged 18–34 and viewers 12–34.[51][52] The second half of season 2 aired on Mondays at 8/7c, beginning on January 2, 2012.[53]

On November 29, 2011, ABC Family renewed the show for a third season, which consisted of 24 episodes.[54][55] On October 4, 2012, ABC Family announced that the show was renewed for a fourth season, again comprising 24 episodes. The second half of the third season began airing on January 8, 2013 and finished March 19, 2013. Pretty Little Liars returned for Season 4 on June 11, 2013. On March 25, 2013, it was again announced that Pretty Little Liars had been renewed for a fifth season scheduled for a 2014 air date and a new spin off show entitled Ravenswood would begin airing after the season four annual Halloween special in October 2013.[56] The second half of season four premiered on January 7, 2014.[57] It was announced on June 10, 2014 that Pretty Little Liars was renewed for two seasons, making the show ABC Family's longest running original hit series.[58] On August 29, 2016, I.Marlene King announced that Pretty Little Liars would be ending after the seventh season had aired. The second half of the seventh season will begin airing later than previous season, in April instead of January.[59]

Critical reception

Pretty Little Liars opened with mixed reviews. Metacritic gave the pilot episode 52 out of 100, based upon 14 critical reviews.[60] The New York Daily News gave the show a positive review, commenting that it "makes most popular vampire romances look anemic", while concluding, "Pretty Little Liars could go in several directions, including mundane teen clichés. It's got an equally good shot at making us care about these imperfect pretty girls."[61] A writer on Terror Hook has stated that " 'Pretty Little Liars' gets off to a very promising start. Great production all around, the writing keeps the viewer on their toes, and the acting just reinforces it. The overall mystery of the show in the end is dark and unpredictable, even stepping into the slasher film realm."[62] The New York Post gave the show three out of five stars, stating, "OK, so we've established that there is no socially redeeming value in this series and that your kids shouldn't watch it if they are too young and impressionable. But if you can distract them enough to miss the first 15 minutes, the show isn't half-bad. Actually, it is half-good, if that makes sense."[63] The Los Angeles Times wrote that the series is "one of those shows that manages to mildly, and perhaps unintentionally, spoof its genre while fully participating in it, and that's not a bad thing at all."[64]

Entertainment Weekly had a less favorable review, giving the show a letter grade of "D−", saying, "Imagine the pitch for Liars: It's I Know What You Did Last Summer meets Gossip Girl, but like not so subtle." It went on to say that the plot "hits every racy teen entertainment mark so hard (everyone's hair is so full—of secrets!) that it feels like the only thing missing is a visit from the ghosts of Jennifer Love Hewitt and Freddie Prinze, Jr."[65] The Hollywood Reporter compared the show to those on The CW and noted, "Sure, there's a lot here that sustains more eye-rolling than interested stares, but a little patience might be warranted."[66]

Ratings

Since the series premiere, Pretty Little Liars has remained popular. In 2016, a New York Times study of the 50 TV shows with the most Facebook Likes found that the show's "popularity is tilted toward women more than any other show in the data — over 94 percent of 'likes' come from women".[67]

The series earned its highest rated episode with 4.20 million total viewers, ranking among ABC Family's top 5 telecasts in adult viewers 18–34, total viewers and women viewers.[68] The highest rated episodes include season one's finale, with 3.64 million, and season two's premiere and finale episodes, each yielding nearly 3.7 million viewers.[69][70][71] The show stands as the most watched series on ABC Family, maintaining a steady viewership of over 2.5 million and currently standing as the only show to yield an average of over 2 million viewers.

Season Network Episodes Timeslot Season premiere Season finale TV season Viewers
(in millions)
Premiere date Viewers
(million)
Finale date Viewers
(million)
1 ABC Family 22 Tuesdays 8:00 pm (first set)
Mondays 8:00 pm (second set)
June 8, 2010 2.47[72] March 21, 2011 3.64[69] 2010–11 2.87
2 25 June 14, 2011 3.68[70] March 19, 2012 3.69[71] 2011–12 2.68
3 24 Tuesdays 8:00 p.m. June 5, 2012 2.93[73] March 19, 2013 2.87[74] 2012–13 2.59[75]
4 24 June 11, 2013 2.97[76] March 18, 2014 3.12[77] 2013–14 2.53[78]
5 25 June 10, 2014 2.72[79] March 24, 2015 2.65[80] 2014–15 2.01[81]
6 ABC Family (2015)
Freeform (2016)
20 June 2, 2015 2.38[82] March 15, 2016 1.19[83] 2015–16 1.72[84]
7 Freeform 20 June 21, 2016 1.43[85] June 27, 2017 1.41[86] 2016–17 1.11[12]
Pretty Little Liars : U.S. viewers per episode (millions)
Audience measurement performed by Nielsen Media Research.[87][citation needed]


Awards and nominations

Year Award Category Recipient(s) Result
2010
Teen Choice Awards[88] Choice Summer TV Show Pretty Little Liars Won
Choice Summer TV Star: Male Ian Harding Won
Choice Summer TV Star: Female Lucy Hale Won
2011
NewNowNext Awards[89] TV You Betta Watch Pretty Little Liars Won
People's Choice Awards[90] Favorite TV Obsession Nominated
GLAAD Media Awards[91] Outstanding Drama Series Nominated
Young Hollywood Awards[92] Cast To Watch Troian Bellisario, Ashley Benson, Lucy Hale and Shay Mitchell Won
Teen Choice Awards[93] Choice Summer TV Show Pretty Little Liars Won
Choice Summer TV Star: Female Lucy Hale Won
Troian Bellisario Nominated
Choice Summer TV Star: Male Ian Harding Won
Keegan Allen Nominated
Banff Television Festival Best Continuing Series I. Marlene King, Lesli Linka Glatter and Lisa Cochran-Neilan Won
Capricho Awards (pt)[94] Best TV Series Pretty Little Liars Nominated
Best International Actress Lucy Hale Nominated
Best International Actor Ian Harding Nominated
2012 People's Choice Awards[95] Favorite Cable TV Drama Pretty Little Liars Won
GLAAD Media Awards[96] Outstanding Drama Series Nominated
TV Guide Awards[97] Favorite Guilty Pleasure Nominated
Capricho Awards (pt)[98] Best TV Series Nominated
Teen Choice Awards[99] Choice TV Show: Drama Won
Choice TV Actor Ian Harding Won
Choice TV Actress Lucy Hale Won
Choice TV Villain Janel Parrish Won
Choice Summer TV Star: Female Troian Bellisario Won
2013 People's Choice Awards[100] Favorite Cable TV Drama Pretty Little Liars Nominated
Favorite TV Fan Following Little Liars Nominated
Gracie Awards[101] Outstanding Performance by a Female Rising Star Lucy Hale Won
TV Guide Awards[102] Favorite Ensemble Pretty Little Liars Nominated
Favorite Villain Janel Parrish and Keegan Allen Nominated
Teen Choice Awards[103] Choice TV Show: Drama Pretty Little Liars Won
Choice Summer TV Show Pretty Little Liars Won
Choice TV Actor: Drama Ian Harding Won
Choice TV Actress: Drama Troian Bellisario Won
Choice TV Villain Janel Parrish Won
Choice Summer TV Star: Female Lucy Hale Won
Choice Summer TV Star: Male Keegan Allen Won
Capricho Awards (pt)[104] Best TV Series Pretty Little Liars Nominated
Best International Actress Ashley Benson Nominated
2014 People's Choice Awards[105][106] Favorite Cable TV Drama Pretty Little Liars Nominated
Favorite Cable TV Actress Lucy Hale Won
GLAAD Media Awards[107] Outstanding Drama Series Pretty Little Liars Nominated
40th Saturn Awards[108] Best Youth-Oriented Television Series Nominated
Young Hollywood Awards Bingeworthy TV series Nominated
Best Cast Chemistry — TV Nominated
Teen Choice Awards[109] Choice TV Show: Drama Won
Choice TV Actor: Drama Ian Harding Won
Choice TV Actor: Drama Keegan Allen Nominated
Choice TV Actress: Drama Lucy Hale Won
Choice TV Actress: Drama Troian Bellisario Nominated
Choice TV Villain Janel Parrish Nominated
Choice Summer TV Star: Female Ashley Benson Won
Choice Summer TV Star: Female Shay Mitchell Nominated
Choice Summer TV Star: Male Tyler Blackburn Won
Choice TV Breakout Star: Female Sasha Pieterse Won
2015 People's Choice Awards[110] Favorite Cable TV Actress Ashley Benson Nominated
Lucy Hale Nominated
Favorite Cable TV Drama Pretty Little Liars Won
GLAAD Media Awards Outstanding Drama Series Nominated
41st Saturn Awards[111] Best Youth-Oriented Television Series Nominated
MTV Fandom Awards Feels Freak Out Of The Year Won
Ship Of The Year Shay Mitchell and Sasha Pieterse Nominated
Teen Choice Awards Choice TV Show: Drama Pretty Little Liars Won
Choice TV Actor: Drama Keegan Allen Nominated
Ian Harding Won
Choice TV Actress: Drama Lucy Hale Won
Shay Mitchell Nominated
Choice Summer TV Star: Male Tyler Blackburn Won
Choice Summer TV Star: Female Troian Bellisario Nominated
Ashley Benson Won
Choice TV Scene Stealer Sasha Pieterse Nominated
Choice TV Villain "A" (Vanessa Ray) Won
2016
People's Choice Awards[112]
Favorite Cable TV Drama Pretty Little Liars Won
Favorite Cable TV Actress Ashley Benson Nominated
Lucy Hale Nominated
Shay Mitchell Nominated
Teen Choice Awards
Choice TV Show: Drama Pretty Little Liars Won
Choice TV Actor: Drama Keegan Allen Nominated
Tyler Blackburn Nominated
Ian Harding Won
Choice TV Actress: Drama Troian Bellisario Nominated
Ashley Benson Won
Choice TV Villain Janel Parrish Won
Choice TV Scene Stealer Sasha Pieterse Won
Choice TV Chemistry Ashley Benson and Tyler Blackburn Won
Choice Summer TV Actress Lucy Hale Nominated
Shay Mitchell Nominated
2017 People's Choice Awards[113] Favorite Cable TV Actress Ashley Benson Nominated
Lucy Hale Nominated
Favorite Cable TV Drama Pretty Little Liars Nominated
MTV Movie & TV Awards
Show Of The Year Nominated
Teen Choice Awards
Choice TV Show: Drama Nominated
Choice TV Actress: Drama Troian Bellisario Nominated
Ashley Benson Nominated
Lucy Hale Won
Shay Mitchell Nominated
Sasha Pieterse Nominated
Choice TV Actor: Drama Ian Harding Nominated
Choice TV Villain Janel Parrish Won
Choice TV Ship Shay Mitchell and Sasha Pieterse Nominated

DVD releases

DVD release dates for Pretty Little Liars
Name Release dates Ep # Additional information
Region 1 Region 2 Region 4
The Complete First Season June 7, 2011 September 24, 2012[114] November 2, 2011[115] 22
  • Pretty Little Liars: Two Truths and a Lie – Discover some fun facts and fictional fallacies about the cast of Pretty Little Liars.
  • It All Started with a Little Lie: Making Pretty Little Liars—Discover how the pages and characters of Sara Shepard's novel became this can't miss TV series
  • Little Secrets from the Set—Catch up with the cast and crew of summer's hottest show as they bring us several juicy behind-the-scenes secrets from the Pretty Little Liars set
  • Deleted Scenes and extras
The Complete Second Season June 5, 2012[116] November 11, 2013[117] September 5, 2012[118] 25
  • Fashion's Guilty Pleasure: Check out Aria's edgy bohemian looks, Hanna's rock 'n' roll glamour, Emily's laid back sporty style and Spencer's prepster perfection
  • Men of Mystery: Brooding brows, soulful smiles and mysterious minds... get ready for the heart-melting guys of Rosewood
  • Deleted scenes and extras
The Complete Third Season June 4, 2013 April 21, 2014[119] June 19, 2013[120] 24
  • Featurette: "The 'A' Network"
  • The Lady Killer episode alternate endings
  • Bonus Webisodes
  • Deleted Scenes
The Complete Fourth Season June 3, 2014 September 29, 2014[121] July 9, 2014[122] 24
  • Featurette: "Unhooding Red Coat: Alison Is Alive!"
  • Featurette: "Confessions of 'A' Liar"
  • Featurette: "Pretty Little Scenes"
  • Bonus Recap Episode
  • Deleted Scenes
The Complete Fifth Season June 2, 2015 July 15, 2015[123] June 19, 2015 25
  • Featurette: "Good Girls, Bad Lies: The Stronger PLLs"
  • Featurette: "Pretty Little Liars: The Guys Are Back!"
  • Featurette: "Celebrating a Pretty 100th"
  • Featurette: "Christmas in Rosewood: Designing the Ice Ball"
  • We Love You to Death: Fan Appreciation Episode
  • Deleted Scenes
The Complete Sixth Season April 19, 2016[124] April 18, 2016[125] April 22, 2016 20
  • Featurette: "We Heart the PLL Ships"
  • Featurette: "A PLL Prom"
  • Featurette: "Inside the 5 Years"
  • Featurette: "A Homecoming: The PLLs Return"
  • Pretty Little Liars: 5 Years Forward
  • Deleted Scenes
The Seventh and Final Season July 25, 2017[126] TBA TBA 20
  • Featurette: "Inside the PLL Sheets"
  • Featurette: "That PLL Boy Is Mine"
  • Featurette: "A PLL Proposal"
  • Featurette: "A Surprising Mary Drake"
  • Featurette: "Hot for Haleb"
  • Featurette: "Say I Do"
  • Featurette: "The Final Sendoff from Rosewood"
  • Featurette: "A.D.: The Ultimate Suspect"
  • Featurette: "Thank You to Fans"
  • Pretty Little Liars: A-List Wrap Party (Special Episode)
  • Deleted Scenes
The Complete Series July 25, 2017[126] TBA TBA 160

All previously released special features on all seven seasons.

In other media

Spin-offs

Ravenswood (2013–2014)

Ravenswood is a supernatural teen drama mystery-thriller series, set in the fictional town of Ravenswood, Pennsylvania, the series follows five strangers whose lives become intertwined by a deadly curse that has plagued their town for generations. They have to dig into the town's dark past to solve the mysterious curse.

Pretty Little Liars: The Perfectionists (2019)

Pretty Little Liars: The Perfectionists is an upcoming teen drama mystery series, based on the novel The Perfectionists by Sara Shepard. Set in another fictional town of Beacon Heights, Washington, where everything seems perfect, from their top-tier college to their overachieving residents and the stress of needing to be perfect leads to the town’s first murder.

Web series

Pretty Dirty Secrets (2012)

Pretty Dirty Secrets is a web series, which taking place between the events of two episodes "The Lady Killer" and "This Is a Dark Ride". Set in a Rosewood's costume store, as the residents of Rosewood prepared for Halloween.[127]

Turkish adaptation

An Turkish adaptation was titled Tatlı Küçük Yalancılar premiered on Star TV on July 6, 2015.[128] The Turkish series served as a remake to the American series. The series ran for one season.

References

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