‘Pretty Little Liars’ Reunion: When, Where, & What To Expect
If you happen to follow any of the core cast members of Pretty Little Liars you know they are gearing up for a reunion tomorrow.
History of Pretty Little Liars
Pretty Little Liars made its debut on June 8, 2010, in the United States on the ABC Family network. It quickly became the star of the network. It had the highest debut rating on record for the network’s target demographic.
Given how well the series did and how popular the series was… It is no surprise Pretty Little Liars went on to have a seven-year run with Season 7 concluding in June of 2017. The series even inspired several spin-off series including Pretty Little Liars: The Perfectionists, Ravenswood, and Pretty Dirty Secrets.
The core cast everyone fell in love with included 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 supporting cast members that were featured regularly in the series included Ian Harding as Ezra Fitz, Tyler Blackburn as Caleb Rivers, and Keegan Allen as Toby Cavanaugh.
When and where is the reunion happening?
Cast4Good hosts the Pretty Little Liars reunion for Feeding America. The reunion will kick off tomorrow, May 15th, at 12 p.m. PT/3 p.m. ET.
“Join the cast for a unique and intimate conversation – live and direct from their homes to yours. It’s a virtual fan-fest from the comfort of your own couch.” The Cast4Good website reads.
Who will be attending the reunion?
Troian Bellisario, Ashley Benson, Lucy Hale, Janel Parrish, Shay Mitchell, Sasha Pieterse, Tyler Blackburn, and Ian Harding are all cast members planning to attend this reunion. They will be joined by the creator of Pretty Little Liars, Marlene King.
Cast4Good did offer the opportunity to buy tickets for a one-on-one VIP video chat with a fan’s favorite cast member. These tickets, however, are already sold out.
Lucy Hale spills on the reunion and a potential movie
Pretty Little Liars fans were not happy when the series came to an end. They, however, understood. The story felt as though it came to a conclusion. Still, this reunion is a huge deal for fans of the series. Turns out, it is a pretty big deal for the cast members too. Lucy Hale sat down with Entertainment Tonight and she’s thrilled about the reunion.
According to Lucy Hale, many members of the cast have been so busy with their own lives… They haven’t had a chance to see or speak with each other. While they are going to be on a video conference from a lot of different places… The reunion is still a big deal.
Lucy Hale added that agreeing to do the reunion was a “no brainer” for everyone on the cast. With COVID-19 still keeping many out of work and at home, most have pretty clear schedules.
“It’ll just be good to connect with people. I just want to have conversations. And not only with people that I haven’t seen in two years, but [with] all the fans that are calling in. I think it’s just gonna be a lot of positive energy and a lot of love. And hopefully we can just distract each other for… a couple hours. So hopefully we can just have a good time and kind of just forget about everything for a second and check in with everybody.”
Could a movie be a possibility?
The one thing Pretty Little Liars fans want more than a reunion is a revival. They want to see the stars on screen one more time. Could a limited series or a movie be a possibility? Turns out, Lucy Hale seems to think so. During her conversation with Entertainment Tonight, she spilled on the possibility of a movie as well.
Lucy, however, did clarify she didn’t think the show had been off the air long enough for it to be the right time for a movie or a revival of some sort. She also noted that if they did a spin-off they might have to consider a new cast. She also jested that she wanted to be on the production team because she was “too protective” of the show.
Curious about Aria and Ezra? You aren’t alone. So, is Lucy. In fact, she also dished what she believed Aria and Ezra would be up to right now.
“I feel like they would be quarantining anyway. They were so strange. I feel like they would be in a cabin just alone anyway. They were always like an old married couple, even when they were young. They’re knitting and having tea. I don’t know what else they’re doing.” She jested.
Where to watch Pretty Little Liars?
Pretty Little Liars had a home on Netflix for a very long time. Unfortunately, it was pulled from the library not too long ago. Presently, the series does not appear to have a home anywhere. You can catch the first season on Hulu (which is home to may other Freeform shows). But, you’ll have to pay to watch the entire series which is available for purchase on several platforms including Amazon and YouTube.
So, will you watch the Pretty Little Liars reunion? Tv Shows Ace definitely will!
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