1. " The Show That Grew Up Quickly"
On June 8, 2010, the highly anticipated show "Pretty Little Liars" premiered on ABC Family. The show quickly gained a large following and became one of the most popular shows on the network. It was the first show to be produced by Alloy Entertainment and was created by I. Marlene King. The show follows the lives of four teenage girls who are being stalked by an anonymous figure known as "A". The show has been praised for its suspenseful plot and strong female characters.
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2. "Pretty Little Liars Extended Book Series Soars in Ratings"
The success of the first 10 episodes of the hit show "Pretty Little Liars" was so great that it prompted the book series to be extended beyond the initial eight novels. This was a huge success for the show, as the ratings for the first 10 episodes were higher than expected, and the show's popularity has only grown since then. The extended book series has allowed fans to explore the world of "Pretty Little Liars" even further, and the show has become a cultural phenomenon.
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3. " The Complete First Season"
Set in the small town of Rosewood, Pennsylvania, Pretty Little Liars follows the lives of four teenage girls - Spencer Hastings (Troian Bellisario), Hanna Marin (Ashley Benson), Emily Fields (Shay Mitchell), and Aria Montgomery (Lucy Hale) - whose close-knit friendship is shattered when their leader, Alison DiLaurentis (Sasha Pieterse), mysteriously disappears. As the girls struggle to cope with the loss of their friend, they must also face the secrets and lies that threaten to tear them apart.
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4. " The Series That Became a Fan Favorite"
When Pretty Little Liars first aired, it received a mixed reception from critics, with some praising its suspenseful plot and strong performances, while others criticized its melodramatic tone. However, as the series progressed, the reviews became increasingly positive, with many praising the show's clever writing and complex characters. The show has become a fan favorite, with its gripping storylines and shocking twists and turns keeping viewers hooked.
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5. " Dark & Unpredictable Finale"
The hit show "Pretty Little Liars" takes viewers on a thrilling ride of mystery and suspense, culminating in a dark and unpredictable finale. With its gripping plot twists and unexpected turns, the show ventures into the realm of slasher films, leaving viewers on the edge of their seats. The finale is sure to shock and surprise, as the show's creators have crafted a story that is sure to keep viewers guessing until the very end.
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6. Ashley Benson: From "Days of Our Lives" to "Pretty Little Liars"
Prior to her role as Hanna Marin on the hit show "Pretty Little Liars," Ashley Benson had a three-year stint on the long-running soap opera "Days of Our Lives" as Abby Deveraux, the daughter of the beloved super couple Jack Deveraux and Jennifer Horton. From 2004 to 2007, Benson portrayed the character of Abby, who was a fan favorite due to her parents' popularity.
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7. Shay Mitchell: A Modern-Day Renaissance Woman
Shay Mitchell, the star of the hit show "Pretty Little Liars", is a true example of a modern-day renaissance woman. Born to a Filipino mother and a Scottish/Irish father, Shay has always had a passion for acting, but before taking the plunge into the world of show business, she pursued a career in modeling. Her diverse background and experience have enabled her to become one of the most sought-after actresses in Hollywood.
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8. Lucy Hale: Multi-talented star, best known for "Pretty Little Liars"
Lucy Hale is a multi-talented star, best known for her role in the hit show "Pretty Little Liars". In 2003, she showcased her singing talents when she performed Blondie's classic hit "Call Me" on the show "American Juniors". Her performance was so impressive that she was voted into the top five finalists of the show. Since then, she has gone on to release her own music, including her debut album, Road Between, in 2014.
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9. Troian Bellisario, daughter of NCIS producer, makes small screen debut
Troian Bellisario, daughter of renowned producer Donald P. Bellisario, is no stranger to the small screen. She has made several appearances on her father's hit series, NCIS, as Tim McGee's kid sister, Sarah. Her father's long-running show has been a staple of primetime television since 2003, and Bellisario has been a part of it since 2010. She has also appeared in other popular shows such as Pretty Little Liars, Suits, and Feed the Beast.
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10. Sasha Pieterse: 6-Year-Old Acting Debut
At the tender age of six, Sasha Pieterse made her acting debut as Buffy on the 2002 remake of the classic sitcom "Family Affair". Despite its short-lived run, this was the start of a successful career for Pieterse, who would go on to star in the hit show "Pretty Little Liars" as Alison DiLaurentis.
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