Pretty Little Liars Season 7 Part B will premiere in the UK on 19th April.
The show, which stars Ashley Benson, Tyler Blackburn, Troian Bellisario, Lucy Hale, Ian Harding and Andrea Parker, will return once again to our screens as a Netflix UK exclusive.
The drama was first snapped up by the VOD service several years ago, after its former broadcaster, MTV, dropped the show following the first two seasons, leaving the series without a British broadcaster. After years of premiering straight to iTunes and other digital platforms, Netflix bought the exclusive rights to all of the existing seasons, as well as new episodes in the future.
The agreement continues the streaming giant’s trend of “rescuing” lost shows, with Once Upon a Time following suit after it was left without a UK TV home and Breaking Bad, one of the site’s earliest exclusives to air in the UK shortly after its US debut, going on to become a flagship Netflix title.
The show, though, comes to an end this year, with 2017 marking the premiere of Season 7 Part B, which creator I. Marlene King has confirmed will be the series’ final episodes. And so, after the first half of Season 7 aired last June, the second half will land on our screens on Wednesday 19th April, with episodes then arriving weekly on Netflix at 8.01am, within 24 hours of their US debut.
Not caught up on Pretty Little Liars? The whole thing is available to stream on Netflix UK, as part of an £8.99 monthly subscription.
Sad to see the end of Pretty Little Liars? The good news is that Netflix has already lined up a possible replacement for heartbroken fans: Riverdale, which currently premieres on Netflix UK every Friday and has just been renewed for a second season. You can catch up with our reviews of that here.