The curtains are about to close for the hit American teen drama TV series, Pretty Little Liars. In line with this, the cast and crew of the mystery-thriller have reportedly wrapped up their final days of filming Pretty Little Liars Season 7.
A total of ten episodes will conclude the final season. Although the status of the show is currently on break, the showrunners assure the fans that their return on April 2017 will give something the fans will never forget. As per Movie News Guide, Pretty Little Liars Season 7 will feature a two-hour long special episode. It will be a tribute to the supporters of the series.
“Immediately following the highly anticipated two-hour finale episode of the fan favorite series, Pretty Little Liars stars Troian Bellisario, Ashley Benson, Lucy Hale, Shay Mitchell and Sasha Pieterse, as well as executive producer I. Marlene King, will sit down for an hour-long unbarred and uncensored tell-all the after show to discuss all of the series’ tightly held secrets, behind-the-scenes insights, and top moments,” Freeform announced.
In the tribute episode, the fans will see their favorite characters, formally say goodbye to their followers who have been with them every step of the way since 2010.
The girls celebrated their final day of filming, as well as Troian Bellisario’s 31st birthday, on Thursday with matching tattoos. The girls visited a famous tattoo parlor in Hollywood and decided to ink their character’s first initial on their famous ‘Shhh’ index finger, according to Daily Mail.
“We got the Shhhhhhh immortalized,” Janel Parrish wrote on an Instagram post with the hashtag ‘PLL Forever.’
THE CAST OF PLL GOT MATCHING TATTOOS AND RINGS. THIS IS THE MOST ADORABLE THING I’VE EVER SEEN 😭😭 https://t.co/Y1DQg8ZHPP
— Makeup ✨ (@gIamourbeauty) October 29, 2016
Meanwhile, creator/producer/writer I. Marlene King had also hinted possible weddings which will be witnessed somewhere in the final season. She also revealed episode 720’s title and it’s called ‘Till Death Do Us Part.’
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