Get ready for a lot more of your favorite liars. Thanks to the show's unprecedented social media following and ardent fan base, Pretty Little Liars won't be going anywhere anytime soon. In a huge vote of confidence, ABC Family has renewed Pretty Little Liars for two more seasons ahead of its Season 5 premiere (which aired last night).
WARNING: Spoilers from the Season 5 premiere ahead. Do not continue reading unless you want to glimpse all the insane twists and turns the season started with.
Since we can't imagine the show running us around in Uber-A circles for that many more episodes, here is a list of the craziest things we want in the upcoming seasons.
The girls can't stay in high school for two (three if you count Season 5) more seasons. Eventually, they have to graduate, and we're not sure how A will terrorize the girls once they disperse. They can't all end up at the same college, can they? They would make interesting roommates, that's for sure.
Texting is so last season, especially looking two seasons to the future. Maybe A could up his/her game with some Snapchat, already. Maybe an Instagram photo or two. With the new iPhones these days, all the girls have to do is click "block caller" and A is gone for good. Let's get creative.
Enough with this age gap thing between Ezra (Ian Harding) and Aria (Lucy Hale). As soon as she turns 18 it's time for some familial acceptance. Like we said in the first point, she can't stay in high school forever. Oh, and we're totally, obviously assuming those two are going to get back together and live happily ever after. Duh.
All the Uber-A suspense has been fun, but it's time to bring it to an end. By the way, we're assuming Shana isn't Uber-A since we think she was just a decoy for the real big and bad. It's time for A to finally and grandly (Shana went down too easily, if we say so) end the terror. Watching the liars deal with the aftermath of betrayal could be just as amusing. Think Ezra round two.
Sure, right now Mona and Lucas are on the "We really hate Alison" train, but it's time to let bygones be bygones. Alison has learned a lot from her time on the run, and it's time to see a nicer version of the girl come to light. She's learned her lesson, grown as a person. OK, maybe we wouldn't mind if she let a little diva attitude slip.
Speaking of moving on, since Caleb is returning to Rosewood this season, we've also been promised some drama and story line crossover between Pretty Little Liars and the recently canceled Ravenswood. Ravenswood was a lot more mystical and magical, if you will, where Pretty Little Liars is more of a thriller. The crossover could provide an interesting segue from all the Uber-A drama.
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