If you're like us, you've devoted seven long years of your life to Alison, Hanna, Emily, Spencer and Aria. With all the twists and turns over the years, it's hard to keep track of the storyline at times. For the last three seasons all that has mattered is that we were too far in to stop watching now. We were going to find out who A.D. was no matter how long we had to watch.
Well, it's finally here. Tuesday night was the night we finally get all of our answers.
But with one of the darkest teen dramas coming to an end, TooFab breaks down what all of our favorite Liars are up to now that the show has wrapped.
The youngest of the Liars, Pieterse was only 14 when she became Alison DiLaurentis and disappeared, launching us into the whirlwind that is "Pretty Little Liars." Seven years later, Pieterse is 21 and engaged to longtime beau Hudson Sheaffer with a wedding set for next spring. But that doesn't mean we won't be seeing her pop up on our screens very soon. She starred in the recent film "Coin Heist," and we're looking forward to seeing what she does next.
Ashley Benson was not a newcomer to the biz when she landed the roll of Hanna Marin. You may have seen her in such shows as "Days of Our Lives" and "7th Heaven," and of course the classic rom-com "13 Going on 30" (Yes, she was a Six Chick), and even more hits while also starring in PLL. Now that the show is wrapping, Benson has been open about taking a post-Liars break and focusing on herself.
Shay Mitchell has stayed quite busy during her time on Pretty Little Liars. Her newest film, "Cadaver," which she stars alongside Stana Katic, premieres sometime next year. However, film isn't the only thing Mitchell has dipped her toes in. As a self-proclaimed girly girl, Mitchell has been the face of numerous hair and beauty lines, even creating her own line of palettes for Smashbox. We are sure this is only the beginning for this Liar.
Lucy Hale may have gotten her start in music, appearing on the "American Idol" spinoff, "American Juniors," but as far as post-PLL, Hale already landed a leading role in the upcoming CW hit "Life Sentence." Hale plays a recent cancer survivor struggles with making life choices now that she's cured. We wouldn't rule out the possibility of new music from Hale in the future too.
Troian Bellisario has a full schedule following the wrap of "Pretty Little Liars." The recently married 32-year-old, stars in three upcoming films: "Feed," "Chunk Hank and the San Diego Twins," and "Clara." Apart from acting in the long-running Freeform show, Bellisario also got into directing in the final season. So keep an eye out for her to continue down that path as well.
Ian Harding played everyone's favorite high school teacher, the one we all wish we had back in the day. Lucky for us Harding fans, we can catch him in the upcoming film "Office Uprising," out later this year.
One half of Haleb, Tyler Blackburn was the perfect boyfriend for seven straight years (granted, not only to one girl). On top of that, apparently he's got some secret pipes because he stars in the upcoming musical "Hello Again" alongside some an incredible cast.
Although Keegan Allen does not have any film or television roles coming up, the best police officer Rosewood ever had, recently released a single. Yes, another PLL vet that can sing (that's three for those keeping track). Allen's song "Million Miles Away" came out in February. Here's hoping there's more on the way.