The actress was in tears as boyfriend Chris Long asked for her hand in marriage in Toronto, Canada.
On "DWTS", Sasha Pieterse and her partner went under the sea performing "Kiss the Girl" during Disney night. Unfortunately, flipping their fins didn't get them too far.
On Dancing With the Stars, Pretty Little Liars star Sasha Pieterse shared her struggle with weight gain due to polycystic ovary syndrome.
Cast members from "Game of Thrones" to "Breaking Bad" have tattooed themselves to commemorate the amazing projects they've worked on.
The “Twin Peaks” reboot got us thinking about how the original ’90s series spawned the dead-girl TV trope that has haunted us since then.
Pretty Little Liars is concluding its run after seven years of plot twists and family revelations, but what did the cast members want to take as a memento?
A lot can happen in seven years, as we’ve seen on Pretty Little Liars. The Freeform drama debuted in 2010 with a cast full of fresh, young faces. Now, Troian Bellisario, Ashley Benson, Lucy Hale, Shay Mitchell, and their fellow cast members have all become stars. With PLL‘s final 10 episodes kicking off April 18, let’s take a look back at how the actors (and their characters) have changed since the pilot.
"Pretty Little Liars" showrunner I. Marlene King talks about her new series, "Famous in Love," which premieres Tuesday. Bella Thorne stars as college student Paige Townsend, who is thrust into the spotlight when she lands the coveted lead role in a major movie.
With "Pretty Little Liars" closing the book with 10 final episodes, premiering April 18, we look back at the complicated, wild history of “A,” the big bad that could terrify with just one initial.
For decades, Archie Andrews, Betty and Veronica, and Jughead Jones were brightly colored characters in comic books who played jokes on each other, dated, and shared ice cream sundaes at Pop’s Chock’lit Shoppe. Now, Archie and company go dark on the CW’s reimagining of that sunny mythology in Riverdale, premiering Thursday. In this version, Archie (K.J. Apa) isn’t a genial, redheaded, bow-tied kid — he’s a ripped brooder who strums a guitar and writes songs to release his teen angst.
The final season of Pretty Little Liars is still a few months away, but star Ashley Benson is helping to remind people that the season for giving is here now. Benson is partnering with PayPal to promote #GivingTuesday, a global event fueled by social media and kicking off a month of charitable donations. The actress has previously supported charities like the ASPCA and the Share a Meal program to end child hunger. This holiday season, she is highlighting a dog rescue charity.
Secrets and lies were the hallmark of Pretty Little Liars, but it’s no secret that the show’s cast has been in their feelings as they wrap PLL’s final season. On the last day of filming, the actresses were busy sharing their love for fellow cast members with poignant social posts. Each lady also got a tattoo on her index finger of the initial of the character she played for seven seasons.
Enjoy your time in Rosewood while you still can, Pretty Little Liars fans. Executive producer Marlene King on Monday confirmed that the Freeform drama’s current seventh season will also be its last.
Brandon Jones, who has a recurring role on Pretty Little Liars, allegedly revealed a concealed handgun during an argument with a neighbor, according to prosecutors.
Johnny Depp replaced Jeff Yagher after the first episode of 21 Jump Street, Louie Anderson almost played Cousin Larry on Perfect Strangers, and Riff Regan was Willow in the unaired pilot of Buffy the Vampire Slayer. Half the cast of Gilligan’s Island turned over after the pilot.
As our countdown continues, the shows on today's portion of list include 'The All New Mickey Mouse Club,' 'Sliders,' 'Nashville,' 'Pretty Little Liars,' 'Glee,' and 'Hey Dude.'
Sometimes journalists have to ask the hard questions, and in doing so, lives are saved and policies are changed. (See last weekend’s SAG Award-winner Spotlight.) This is not one of those times. This is just us, the journalists, yielding the power of the pen, a Sharpie to be exact, to a bunch of TV stars including Josh Duhamel, Oscar-winner Timothy Hutton, a Bachelor, a rapper turned primetime dad, and a couple of adorable Muppets.