With only 10 episodes left, Pretty Little Liars is almost over, and the cast are moving on to pastures new. Since filming has already wrapped, 2017 has been filled with casting announcements and exciting endorsements, as the cast of Pretty Little Liars move on to different shows and ventures. Not every cast member has a fixed plan as yet, but the majority of Rosewood's finest have scored impressive new jobs since the series stopped filming. So prepare yourself for the big reveal of A.D. with a list of where to watch every Pretty Little Liars actor after the show ends. I know that you'll need it.
Returning on April 18, 2017, Season 7B of Pretty Little Liars promises to be as explosive as ever, while honoring everyone's favorite 'ships and hopefully featuring the much-rumored Ezria wedding. While fans will probably re-watch the entire series over and over again for the rest of time, several Liars have new projects coming up that you're going to want to make room in your schedule for.
From Ian Harding's trip to Antarctica to Shay Mitchell's reality series, the gang have scored some amazing new roles that prove just how popular the hit Freeform series has made them.
1. Ian Harding In Thin Ice
So excited to join "Thin Ice" on FOX! I'm so happy I get to go to Antarctica while it's still there! pic.twitter.com/5bVjtD3Gbj— Ian Harding (@IANMHARDING) February 16, 2017
From the creator of New Girl, Thin Ice is about a receptionist who moves to Antarctica for a job. Harding will play the manager of a research team in the sitcom. The actor also has a book, Odd Birds, coming out in 2017.
2. Lucy Hale In Life Sentence
Hale is also moving on to comedy with Life Sentence, in which she plays the lead character, who thinks she has terminal cancer, so decides to make some crazy decisions and live her life to the fullest. Later, she finds out that she's not sick and has to face up to the consequences of her actions. Hale's new TV project sounds both dark and brilliant.
3. Shay Mitchell In Shades Of Shay
Mitchell's reality show is coming to Fullscreen in 2017, and it'll focus on the actor's life post-PLL. Considering her successful collaboration with Smashbox and the fact that she has over 15.7 million Instagram followers, it's safe to say that Mitchell isn't disappearing any time soon.
4. Troian Bellisario
While Bellisario is yet to announce a new role, she directed an upcoming episode of Pretty Little Liars, which is majorly exciting. Could this signal a career change for the star that plays Spencer Hastings?
5. Ashley Benson
In Nov. 2016, Benson told E! News that she's taking a break post-PLL. The actor said she was looking forward to exploring her hobbies like "working out, going back into ballet again, taking up photography... Just kind of rest my brain for a couple of months." Hopefully, we won't have to wait too long for Benson to be back on our screens.
6. Sasha Pieterse
Most recently, Pieterse appeared in the Netflix movie Coin Heist. Her plans post-PLL are still a mystery; perhaps the actor famous for playing Alison DiLaurentis will return to music?
7. Janel Parrish
Since PLL wrapped, Parrish has taken to the stage in musical adaptations of two classic movies, Cruel Intentions and A Walk To Remember. I'm seriously hoping that she tours in both, as they look incredible.
8. Tyler Blackburn
Something exciting is coming... pic.twitter.com/xa31r5tFXJ— Tyler Blackburn (@tylerjblackburn) February 12, 2017
Blackburn will star in the movie version of the musical Hello Again, opposite Rumer Willis and Audra McDonald.
9. Keegan Allen
The actor that plays Toby released a single called "Million Miles Away" in Feb. 2017, but will he come back to TV anytime soon?
There are sure to be more announcements in the coming weeks regarding what the cast of Pretty Little Liars are doing next. But, for now, it's time to formulate theories about who A.D. really is. Answers on a postcard.