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'Pretty Little Liars' Reveals Identity Of 'A'

It's plagued viewers and the cast for two full seasons now, but in the Season 2 finale of " Pretty Little Liars " (8 p.m. ET on ABC Family) the identity of "A" was finally revealed. Be sure to drop back by HuffPost TV later for our full recap of the episode, but if the waiting is too much, the identity of "A" can be just two short paragraphs away. But even that reveal doesn't appear to be the last of the secrets "Pretty Little Liars" has up its sleeve. After being unveiled as "A," the guilty party told the others to "join the 'A' team" or "disappear." This could mean that there is more than one person behind all the misery the others have had to endure all this time. And who was that in the red coat the end of the episode that 'A' told, "I did everything you asked me to." As for who it was? ... It was Mona. Plenty more happened in this hour, but stop back by a bit later for that full recap to hash out all the details. "Pretty Little Liars" has already secured a third season and is scheduled to return to ABC Family in June 2012. TV Replay scours the vast television landscape to find the most interesting, amusing, and, on a good day, amazing moments, and delivers them right to your browser. http://feeds.huffingtonpost.com/~r/HP/Entertainment/~3/sb2cixH3_gg/pretty-little-liars-finale-identity-of-a-video_n_1366256.html

'Pretty Little Liars' A To Z: Crash Course Before The Finale

On the Season 2 finale of ABC Family's hit series " Pretty Little Liars " (Mon., March 19 at 8 p.m. ET) viewers will finally find out the answer to the biggest question of all: Who is A ? The reveal has been two years coming and though the extortionist texter -- with a penchant for saying "bitches" -- clearly has staked his/her/their claim on the first letter of the alphabet, what about the other 25? From Byron to Caleb and all the way through Z, catch up on all things "Pretty Little Liars" in the slideshow below before the finale opens up a whole new host of questions for fans to think about until the third season of "Pretty Little Liars" kicks off in June . http://feeds.huffingtonpost.com/~r/HP/Entertainment/~3/cS4upswNDqM/pretty-little-liars-a-z_n_1365396.html

'Pretty Little Liars' finale: 'A' is [SPOILER!]

The "Pretty Little Liars" Season 2 finale aired Monday night (March 19) and for goodness' sake, if you haven't seen it yet - DO NOT KEEP READING.So .... Mona is "A"! After going with Spencer to the Lost Woods Resort under the guise of being a friend, Mona is revealed to be "A" when Spencer finds "A's" super creepy lair. On the way back to the dance, Mona reveals her big plan, telling Spencer she had to earn it - she has to be a part of it. Part of the "A" team, or she can disappear.Mona says she was always one step ahead because they underestimated her - and the Liars deserve everything they get for stealing Hanna away. And when Mona drives Spencer to Lookout Point, there's a struggle and Spencer sends Mona tumbling off a cliff (though she does try to save her). In the end, Dr. Sullivan reappears - Mona threatened... http://blog.zap2it.com/frominsidethebox/2012/03/pretty-little-liars-finale-a-is-spoiler.html

'Pretty Little Liars' goes 'Psycho' and more finale thoughts

"Pretty Little Liars" aired its Season 2 finale Monday night (March 19) where "A" was revealed to be Mona Vanderwaal. We've discussed that plotline over here, but this post is for dissecting the other things that happened.First off - Maya is dead and we totally called it. That's a huge bummer, but yeah, who didn't see that coming? "A's" been pretending to be her for weeks. The only question is, who took her out? We aren't convinced that Mona (and any other "As" out there) are the same person as who killed Alison. They don't necessarily have to be. So perhaps Ali's murderer killed Maya because she found something in Alison's old house? What are your theories on that one, fans?Secondly, Ezra sure made a statement, huh? We aren't sure how smart it was to not only show up at the dance, but to make out with Aria just willy-nilly out there in the open.... http://blog.zap2it.com/frominsidethebox/2012/03/pretty-little-liars-goes-psycho-and-more-finale-thoughts.html

Unmasking “A”: Pretty Little Liars’ Marlene King Says “The Character Will Really Pop” - Exclusive

In an exclusive interview with Wetpaint Entertainment, Pretty Little Liars showrunner Marlene King discussed what will happen to “A”’s character in Season 3. As we reported earlier, “A” will definitely be around for Season 3, so we asked Marlene at the ABC Family Upfronts Presentation in New York City if the character will have a bigger role on the show then. “I hope the character will really pop. We’ll understand there are many sides to this character,... http://feeds.wetpaint.com/~r/wetpaint/latest/excerpt/~3/r5zGnuBGVq8/unmasking-a-pretty-little-liars-marlene-king-says-the-character-will-really-pop---exclusive

Janel Parrish (Mona) Made Series Regular For Season 3 of ‘Pretty Little Liars’

[ Spoiler  Alert  if you haven't watched the  Pretty Little Liars  Season 2  finale yet] Last night’s episode of  Pretty Little Liars  finally revealed who “A” was all along (although  technically itlooks like  A might not be one person but a team). Turns out bubbly Mona, Hanna’s friend was the one who had been torturing the girls all along and it seems like she’s not going anywhere. Read More... http://www.tvequals.com/2012/03/20/janel-parrish-mona-made-series-regular-for-season-3-of-pretty-little-liars/  

'Pretty Little Liars' Yani Gellman: 'Garrett definitely knows a lot about who A may or may not be'

Yani Gellman has really burst onto the "Pretty Little Liars" scene as Officer Garrett Reynolds. Garrett first seemed like an ally for the Liars, then he was clearly romancing the suspicious Jenna Cavanaugh, now there's a new wrinkle with him and (gasp!) Melissa Hastings. Gellman tells Zap2it that's been his favorite part about his character."I'm having such an amazing time playing this character. He's in the middle of what's going on and it's just been great to see multiple sides of this mystery," says Gellman. "Garrett's in a very unique position to see this whole thing unfold from multiple angles."However, even Yani himself is not all-knowing about the Season 2 finale coming up Monday night (March 19). He says the head honchos have been keeping a tight lid on things."I'm so excited ... I'm dying to find out just like everybody else what happens in the finale," says Gellman. "Every time you assume something in... http://blog.zap2it.com/frominsidethebox/2012/03/pretty-little-liars-yani-gellman-garrett-definitely-knows-a-lot-about-who-a-may-or-may-not-be.html

Pretty Little Liars “UnmAsked” – And A is…

Pretty Little Liars  “UnmAsked” Season 2 Episode 25 airs Monday , March 19 at 8/7c on ABC Family. Synopsis:  Aria, Emily, Hanna and Spencer finally come face-to-face with their tormentor in “unmAsked,” the explosive season finale of ABC Family’s hit original series “Pretty Little Liars,” airing  Monday, March 19th (8:00 – 9:00 PM ET/PT). Read More... http://www.tvequals.com/2012/03/19/pretty-little-liars-unmasked-and-a-is/  

Pretty Little Liars Season 3 Spoiler: Story Won’t Pick Up Where Season 2 Ends

As excited as we are about the big “A” reveal on the Pretty Little Liars Season 2 finale (Season 2, Episode 25: “UnmAsked”), we still have Season 3 to look forward to. And judging from showrunner Marlene King’s latest tweet, we might be in store for a whole new Rosewood. When a fan tweeted Marlene and asked if Season 3 will pick up where Season 2 leaves off “or...” Marlene tweeted back, “or.” Clearly Season 3 will not pick up immediately after... http://feeds.wetpaint.com/~r/wetpaint/latest/excerpt/~3/Ec80w5CTJWY/pretty-little-liars-season-3-spoiler-story-wont-pick-up-where-season-2-ends

Pretty Little Liars' Marlene King Says Season 3 Will Be ''A Brand New Mystery'' - Exclusive

Pretty Little Liars’ Season 2 finale is just a few days away, but we’re already starting to think about Season 3. Since we know that “A” will be revealed in the finale (Season 2, Episode 25: “UnmAsked”), is it safe to say that the next season of the show will be “A”-free? Or will a new “A” take over, as we’ve previously suspected?Wetpaint Entertainment spoke to showrunner Marlene King in an exclusive interview about the next season... http://feeds.wetpaint.com/~r/wetpaint/latest/excerpt/~3/-6cV380OfxU/pretty-little-liars-marlene-king-says-season-3-will-be-a-brand-new-mystery-exclusive
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