Lucy Hale Wants Pretty Little Liars To End Tragically: "I Want People to Be Really Upset"

When and how will PLL say goodbye?

By Lauren Piester Jan 13, 2016 10:38 PMTags
Watch: Lucy Hale Wants "PLL" to Go Out With a Bang

Could the end be near for Pretty Little Liars?

We feel like we've asked that question about a thousand times by now, but we still don't have a definite answer. Given the events of last night's midseason premiere (and the fact that we really, really loved it), it seems like the series could now go on indefinitely. 

The cast, however, doesn't seem to feel the same way. 

"Right now it feels like [season seven] could possibly be our last season," Sasha Pieterse tells us in the video above. 

"As of now, it'll be an end at season seven, but we will go out with a bang, I promise," Lucy Hale agrees. 

As for how the show should end, Pieterse and Hale have some serious opinions on that, too. Click play above to hear why Lucy Hale wants the show to end "tragically." 

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While you might think the actors on a show would want their characters to end on a happy note, that's not so much the case with PLL

"I used to say, oh I want the girls to end up happy and live an A-free life, but I kind of want it to end really tragically," Hale says. "I want people to be really upset, like they've lost something when the show ends, because I know that my favorite shows have ended that way, so a tragic ending. I'll just leave it at that." 

With the introduction of a new, murderous A (or Uber A, as creator Marlene King refers to the new big bad), a tragic ending would definitely not be all that hard to achieve. Hopefully we will at least get one satisfying Ezria reunion before that happens, however, which is a sentiment that Hale seems to share. 

"I am a big fan of them together," she says, and to that we say, "Who isn't?" 

Pretty Little Liars airs Tuesdays at 8 p.m. on Freeform. 

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