7 Key Scoops About The Final ‘Pretty Little Liars’ Episodes

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Pretty Little Liars return is still months away, but there’s already plenty of scoop that’s got us excited about what’s to come.

Even though you won’t be able to tune into the final 10 episodes of season 7 until April, we hope these eight teasers and secrets will hold you over until then.

Check out what’s coming to Rosewood when PLL comes back below, and brace yourself for some crazy storylines!

1. There will be a musical number.
PLL executive producerOliver Goldstick revealed at the Television Critics Association winter press tour that there will be an entire musical episode!

“I always wanted to do a musical number in PLL. And we found a way to include it in the last 10,” Goldstick told reporters.

2. The guest stars are coming.
During the TCA17 winter press tour, I. Marlene King confirmed that they got everyone back that they wanted for the final season. Some of the stars reportedly “begged their other show producers and other networks” so they could come back.

We’re hoping that means Melissa Hastings (Torrey DeVitto) will also be back — if only to help her little sis, Spencer deal with all the Rosewood drama.

3. The final season will have answers. 
Finally, you will get all the answers you’ve been waiting for!

“I’m so excited for the end, because they’ll all get their answers … except for how the moms got out of the basement. You’re never gonna know!” Shay Mitchell teased at the TCAs.

King later added that the moms getting out of the basement will in fact be addressed… thank goodness.

4. There’s going to be another time jump.
While Season 7B won’t have a dramatic five-year jump, like the series has had in the past, there will be a one-year time jump this season.

5. Aria may take a darker turn.
We all know that PLL is going darker with its storylines, and Aria is ready to jump on board.

“The last few episodes for Aria were my favorites of the whole series because she becomes a little dark,” Lucy Hale told Teen Vogue about her character.

Added the actress: “She loses it a little bit, and we get to see a different side of her, which I’ve been waiting to do that for the whole series.”

7. Alison will finally get redemption.
Alison DiLaurentis is probably the character that’s most loved and hated because no one really understands her story. This half of the final season, however, will change that when we get a look into her family history.

“There is a redemptive quality because I think they recognize what she’s been through. There’s so much more insight into her family in these last 10 episodes,” executive producer Joseph Dougherty told reporters at the TCAs earlier this month. “We’ll learn a lot more about the DiLaurentises so a lot of Allison’s behavior will become, if not forgivable, comprehensible.”

8. This might not actually be the end of PLL.
While Season 7B is definitely the end for now, the show’s creator isn’t ruling out a reunion special in the future.

Talking about a possible revival, “made the ending a lot less sad for all of us who were making the show,” King told Entertainment Weekly. “We would just say, ‘See you in 10 years,’ so I felt like there was that optimism of it’s never really over.”

Added King: “It feels like it’s the right time [for the show to end], but knowing there’s a world where we can all come back together again in the future, I think made it a lot easier to say goodbye.” We couldn’t agree more!

Pretty Little Liars returns to Freeform on April 18, 2017.

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