Pretty Little Liars: Season 6 (2015 - 2016)


Season 6
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Air date: Jun 2, 2015
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Four estranged friends are reunited because of mysterious messages that suggest their missing friend is watching them and that someone knows their deepest secrets. Based on the series of books by Sara Shepard.

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Critic Reviews for Pretty Little Liars Season 6

All Critics (5) | Top Critics (1)

This tested all of their acting chops on a scale never seen on this show before.

Mar 3, 2016 | Rating: 3.7/5 | Full Review…

With the flashforward, past seasons' thrills seem to be replaced with a subtler, palpable feeling of dread.

Jan 13, 2016 | Rating: 6/10 | Full Review…

Pretty Little Liars' sixth season premiere featured shocking revelations and, somewhat surprisingly, strong character-driven storylines...

Jun 14, 2015 | Rating: 8/10 | Full Review…

Pretty Little Liars returns with all-new twists and turns as the Liars try to beat A at his own game.

Jun 2, 2015 | Rating: 8/10 | Full Review…

Despite being a massive exposition-dump, it's actually quite sweeping.

Mar 3, 2016 | Full Review…

Audience Reviews for Pretty Little Liars: Season 6

  • Dec 13, 2017
    This show was awesome. I loved watching every minute of it. I really like the characters - how they dress, how they interact, and the different personalities (how they react differently in different situations).
  • Nov 27, 2017
    Only gets better with every season. I love the main characters, positive female role models, and interesting story lines! Love it!
  • May 13, 2016
    Season 6 picks up right where Season 5 left off and even though the Liars have made it safely out of the torture chamber A had set up they still have to deal with the reprecussions, the PTSD, and the nightmares that will always follow them while trying to fit back into their own lifestyles this new A is discovered to be the long-lost sibling of the DiLaurentis', Alison and Jason's abandoned twin whom was born out of an affair their mother had with another man the pieces of the puzzle finally fall into place why this 'Charles' also targets Aria, Emily, Spencer, and Hannah Emily especially gets a shocking reveal as to who 'Charles' accomplice is setting up this whole elaborate web of lies halfway through the season the mystery is finally solved and it looks like game over for the girls to move on and finally get the lives they deserve; Alison has found new love, Hannah is engaged to be married, but Emily has dropped out of her internship along with the death of her father, Spencer and Toby have split up due to wanting different things, and Aria chooses to be a writer instead of going to college to be closer to Ezra again 5 years have passed and a new A has surfaced to once again throw the Liars' lives into chaos Alison looks like to be the main course on A's hunger for revenge 'Charles' aka Charlotte is then killed afterwards and Mona turns up alive to everyone's shock with this season the show is starting to dwindle again, not sure why but the writers kinda drag us through the somberness the emotions are depressing as hell, the writing isn't there as much as it should be, the characters aren't as exciting as they used to be, not to mention that A only shows up in spades throwing the Liars' trail off every time they get closer to finding out who killed Charlotte it is a bit underwhelming at times I have to admit if you're still interested at this point then the plot can still unravel for you to know what new enemy the girls have to contend with thankfully, the finale is where it actually started to get better in my opinion because the writers deliver one hell of a reveal for A and a new accomplice plus the Liars band together to hatch the ultimate scheme in order to draw them out, 1 character also gets taken away much to our dismay now we're left with a dozen better questions for Season 7 but where could it go from here? hopefully a much better season that can bring back the excitement
  • Mar 21, 2016
    The melodrama of the new "Big Bad" is thankfully overshadowed by the vastly more compelling personal lives of the girls. They've all left high school far behind and grown up considerably in the past five years. Something about Rosewood (and their pasts) makes it impossible to get back to their adult lives.
  • Mar 20, 2016
    Pretty Little Liars Season 6 is not exactly something you can review as 1 whole season since it feels like 2 different seasons cause in many ways it is. The first half being the end of the original plot of the show complete with some great reveals and one killer reveal that changes everything we thought we knew about Charles and divided many people but I got to give the show credit for going in the direction they did. Than the 2nd half being a 5 year time jump with some great new directions for the characters and new dynamics not seen before however did include a really bad finale that could potentially ruin the end of the show but the majority of the season was very character driven and really showed that this show isn't jumping the shark any time soon and makes me very interested in seeing how this all ends. Overall Grade of the Season: A
  • Feb 24, 2016
    It's been five years and they still act like little scared girls. They really can't handle "new A" properly? Guess not.
  • Jan 29, 2016
    YAAASSSSS! I love this show so much!!!!
  • Jan 27, 2016
    The Liars are back and not much has changed in Rosewood, at least not for the Liars and the people who taint their free lives. If only we could say they’d grown during their five years of freedom. Pretty Little Liars returned on the 13th of January after a five-year jump. The Liars were summoned to Rosewood to lie one last time for Allison. They were called to reassure a judge that they are no longer afraid of Charlotte. One last lie for Ali, right? Aria didn’t think so and she was the only one who spoke out against such a ridiculous idea. Nevertheless, Charlotte’s release came and it fired off the newest round of Rosewood secrets. Who murdered the psychopath? Of course, it couldn’t be anyone but the Lairs because that would be too logical. No, not much has changed on this show. It’s been updated, sure. The tone is different, it’s slightly more mature and the music reflects that. The clothes are different because well how else do you visibly age a bunch of actors who have been faking teenager for six years? You could start by placing alcohol in every scene possible. Shoot. They already thought of that. [CONT'D]
  • Jan 13, 2016
    The reveal of A was rather disappointing.
  • Aug 04, 2015
    Acting: 2/5 Storyline: 0/5 This show is pretty bad. It has mystery but literally no development in any episodes other than the finales. It's a big waste of time. If you want to watch it just watch the last episodes of each season. Also, whenever writers say that there will be "answers", chances are, the liars (main characters) will just come close to finding out who A is and they fail to catch A once again. Even when A is hugely outnumbered by an entire police squad, he manages to escape with the use of pinball machines. The lack of good writing and creativity from the writers and directors or maybe just their failure to realize how boring the show is getting makes this episode a big waste of time.

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