Pretty Little Liars' fourth season was dubbed the "Season of Answers," and we definitely got them.
After four long seasons, some of the major questions surrounding the night of Alison's disappearance got resolved. More A suspects were crossed off the list, we learned Mrs. DiLaurentis (Andrea Parker) was the one who buried her own daughter (Sasha Pieterse) alive, Noel (Brant Daugherty) was helping Alison stay safe, and stalker Mona (Janel Parish) also knew she was alive the entire time, setting her up so she could become the Queen Bee.
Lifetime has canceled Army Wives after seven seasons, the network announced Tuesday.
Because the series was not renewed for an eighth season, Lifetime has decided to put together a two-hour retrospective special with castmembers that will honor the series. The special will air...
Paul Wesley and Torrey DeVitto are divorcing after two years of marriage, People reports.
According to Wesley's rep, the couple "have decided to amicably split. They will continue to remain good friends."
Pretty Little Liars is nearing its summer finale when one of 12 possible people will make the ultimate betrayal.
Although at the end of last season, it was finally revealed that Mona (Janel Parrish) was "A," there are still plenty of mysteries to be solved. First, there's the new person calling themselves "A" who continuously torments Aria (Lucy Hale), Emily (Shay Mitchel), Spencer (Troian Bellisario) and Hanna (Ashley Benson). Then there are the unsolved murders of Alison (Sasha Pieterse) and Maya (Bianca Lawson).
After a poorly timed romance with Spencer (Troian Bellisario) for two seasons, it looks like Wren (Julian Morris) might have developed feelings for another one of the other Pretty Little Liars. This season, the majority of the hot doc's scenes have included some serious bonding with none other than Spencer's BFF Hanna (Ashley Benson). And now that Caleb's out of the picture, we're left to wonder if Wren will take his place in Hanna's heart — or if we even want him to.