The Pretty Little Liars might not be gone forever after the series ends in the summer.
The cast and crew from the hit Freeform series took to the Television Critics Association winter press tour on Tuesday to discuss what's to come for the hit series as it gets ready to go off the air.
A hot topic was the possibility of revisiting the characters at some point down the line and it seems like I. Marlene King is definitely on board with some sort of reunion.
“I think we live in this fabulous world where there are so many ways to revisit characters and worlds,” executive producer I. Marlene King said of a potential reunion.
“I feel like we’ll find a way to bring these characters and this world back together at some point in time. I don’t think it will be in two years, but at some point in time, I hope so.”
That's got to be a glimmer of hope for the fans that still want the series to continue on.
Might that mean some plot points left unresolved?
That would be a complete slap in the face to fans who have invested so long in the series.
Shay Mitchell, however, was quick to point out that fans will get answers to every question, aside from how the moms got out the basement.
Somehow, it does not seem possible to answer all of the questions with 10 hours remaining
With it apparently being the final string of episodes, it was also revealed that A will be playing a sick board game with the ladies.
Maybe that will lead to some more deaths, but nothing is ever really as it seems with this show that has thrown more questions than answers at us over the past seven years.
On the relationship side of things, King also teased that all of the couples who are meant to be together, will be.
Finally, a musical number showcasing the cast singing was teased, but very little information was given about it.
Elsewhere in TCA news, Beyond was deemed a hit and allegedly amassed 14 million multiplatform viewers in its first week.
Turns out, viewers really wanted to binge on the whole 10 episodes, after all. It comes as no surprise that Freeform has handed out an early renewal to the series.
The show was a delight, with a fresh storyline that kept throwing in big twists along the way. Considering the way the season ended, fans will be glad to know it's coming back.
The Fosters was also renewed. The family drama has continued to go from strength-to-strength in its current fourth season, with fresh storylines.
Season 5 will debut later this year.
The episode orders for the new seasons were not confirmed.
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