"Pretty Little Liars" is now over, but fans still have strong feelings and a lot of questions. There were definitely some highs to the two-hour series finale -- Aria and Ezra's wedding, a Haleb pregnancy, that genius horse -- but also some head-scratchers, like A.D. being Spencer's British twin, and Wren being Emison's baby daddy. Some viewers compared PLL's end to the end of "Gossip Girl," and not in a good way.
No matter what, you had to know the fans would be emotional to say goodbye after seven years, but also frustrated about some of the reveals, and non-reveals. PLL fans are always vocal, and here are some of their reactions during and after the finale:
So their not going to explain— Bria May (@May_Rose18) June 28, 2017
1. How did the mom's escape
2. Why Mya was mentioned
3. How did Alex kill Wren
4. The new "liars"#PLLFinale
When you've wasted 7 years on PLL just to find out AD is a person that barely appeared in the final episode. 🙂🙂🙂🙂🙂🙂🙂🙂🙂 #PLLEndGame— Aaliyah 🌸 (@Aaliyah_wade13) June 28, 2017
EZRIA IS ENDGAME. HALEB IS ENDGAME. SPOBY IS ENDGAME. EMISON IS ENDGAME. I CAN DIE HAPPY NOW #PLLEndGame— mia (@mialvasquez) June 28, 2017
#pllfinale AD literally had hardly any motivation to do this? Disappointed is an understatement— Mills (@MillyChaplyn) June 28, 2017
This is even worse than when we found out Dan was Gossip Girl #PLLEndGame— nagdeluxe (@nagdeluxe) June 28, 2017
There's so much more out there, a mix of the good, the bad, and the ugly.
For her part, Troian Bellisario (Spencer/Alex) talked to Elle.com about the finale, adding this about the big reveal...
ELLE: "How does it feel now that the world finally knows who Uber A is?"
TROIAN: "I'm just nervous about how the hell this character is going to go over. It's bold! But even if you figure out that Spencer has a twin, you're never going to guess the backstory and the insanity that brought her to Rosewood. So I think there are still going to be surprises. I also feel like you're not going to get through seven seasons of this twisty-turny, topsy-turvy show, then see me spin around as a different person with a different accent and be like, 'No, no, I don't buy it.' We've made these great leaps and unexpected turns, and the audience has come with us every time. So I have a lot of faith that the audience is just going to enjoy it. And that's what I hope for them. If it's the last two hours you may ever get to spend in Rosewood, then God, I hope to sh*t you enjoy it."
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