Shay Mitchell

  • Title: Pretty Little Liars – Til DeAth Do Us PArt
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Pretty Little Liars - Til DeAth Do Us PArt television review

The more television shows attempt to a super-sized wrap-up in a finale the more they seem to struggle with providing a fitting farewell. That’s certainly the case with “‘Til Death Do Us Part” which brings an end to seven seasons of Pretty Little Liars. To be sure, the end feels a bit off as the show already wrapped-up it’s major storyline by unmasking the Liars tormentor and then jumping ahead five years into the future only to introduce another unseen attacking playing with their lives in the same ways. While last week’s penultimate episode cleared the Liars of any criminal charges and brought an end (so they believed) to the games with A.D., the finale goes back to the well again not only with the return of their faceless adversary but also a reveal that includes twins. A rather forced next generation tease is also put on display here suggesting Rosewood is one fucked-up place to live and the trials and tribulations of the Liars might actually not be that special or unique after all.

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  • Title: Pretty Little Liars – Farewell, My Lovely
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Pretty Little Liars - Farewell, My Lovely TV review

The penultimate episode of Pretty Little Liars answers some questions while still leaving plenty to wrap-up in the series finale. With the police breathing down their necks, the Liars will come together in time to let someone else take the fall for one murder and discover the person behind the other. Apparently the game is over. Charlotte‘s (Vanessa Ray) murderer is revealed, and despite their adversary’s multiple attempts to get the girls arrested for the death of Dunhill, Mary Drake (Andrea Parker) steps up to take responsibility for the whole sordid mess. The episode even picks up a loose thread of unfinished business between Spencer (Troian Bellisario) and Caleb (Tyler Blackburn) and sufficiently wraps it up. So… what now?

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Shay Mitchell - Ocean Drive (May/June 2016)

Pretty Little Liar Shay Mitchell is the cover girl for the May/June issue of Ocean Drive. You can the pics and behind-the-scenes video from her photo shoot inside.

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  • Title: Pretty Little Liars – Driving Miss Crazy / Choose or Lose
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Pretty Little Liars - Driving Miss Crazy / Choose or Lose TV review

As Pretty Little Liars moves ever closer to its series finale, the show finally presents us with a lead suspect as A.D., but given its years of red herrings, could this really be the identity of the Liars nemesis? Or, with only two episodes remaining, does the show have time for one last twist? There’s quite a bit going on here as Aria‘s (Lucy Hale) friends discover her working for A.D., Hanna (Ashley Benson) and Caleb (Tyler Blackburn) decide to tie the knot, an old face returns to helm Archer Dunhill‘s murder, and Spencer (Troian Bellisario) finds some much needed comfort from an old friend.

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  • Title: Pretty Little Liars – The Glove That Rocks the Cradle
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Pretty Little Liars - The Glove That Rocks the Cradle television review

While Aria (Lucy Hale) gets her first real assignment from A.D., the rest of the Liars rally around Spencer (Troian Bellisario) who has become Marco‘s (Nicholas Gonzalez) number-one suspect in the murder of Archer Dunhill. Despite the Liars‘ attempts to obscure facts or Spencer’s heartfelt plea to Marco, it doesn’t seem that he’s going to give up this investigation any time soon. With Aria destroying the new baby room, while also dealing with the stress of the publisher’s idea for a Nicole-centric approach of Ezra‘s (Ian Harding) and her book, and Spencer getting grilled by her recent lover, it’s hard to say which has the rougher go of things.

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