Behold the Epic New Pretty Little Liars Opening Title Sequence—Plus, See All the Girls "Shh!"

Exclusive! Take a look at the new credits and get a behind-the-scenes look at the new season feature

By Tierney Bricker Oct 08, 2015 3:11 PMTags

New season. New looks. New opening credits! 

Pretty Little Liars' upcoming sixth season is going to look a lot different when it returns in January, jumping ahead five years in the future. And with a time-jump comes an all new an all-new opening sequence! 

For the first time in the ABC Family hit's history, the iconic opening is changing, and E! News has your exclusive first look at the epic new intro, which still features The Pierces' "Secret" and all four of our Liars grown-up. Or should we make that five, as Allison (Sasha Pieterse) is now part of the line-up (and not the one in the coffin!). But whose funeral could they be attending?!

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But Allison taking the center spotlight and all the girls rocking their more mature post-time-jump looks in the new sequence aren't the only major changes: Lucy Hale is sharing shushing duties!

For the previous seasons, Hale's character Aria has made the infamous "Shh!" post at the end of the credits, but now, all of the girls will take turns, with Shay Mitchell (Emily) doing the honors in the video above.

Executive producer Marlene King teased PLL's new opening in September, tweeting, "Fun new intro when we come back in January. Everyone gets a turn to shhh." And to see all of the girls get their "Shh!" on, watch our exclusive behind-the-scenes look at the filming of the new sequence below.

As for what fans can expect from the new season, King told us all the girls are "in very different places" five years in the future.

"I don't want to give you all the answers because that's part of the fun of the story when we find them. They're still friends, but like what happens after you get out of college, you don't get to see your friends all the time," she teased. "So there's a reason they have to come back to town and they're bringing some secrets back with them, too."

Pretty Little Liars returns in January to Freeform, the new name of the ABC Family network.