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'Pretty Little Liars' renewed: Will 'A' still be an issue in seasons 6 and 7?

Last night the "Pretty Little Liars" season 5 premiere aired on ABC. The show has always had great ratings and has passionate fans. A Tuesday post by The Hollywood Reporter revealed that "PLL" has not only been renewed for a sixth season, but a seventh as well. While this is very exciting news, viewers are wondering if "A" will still be an issue or if the show will go in a different direction.

Sasha Pieterse plays Alison on "Pretty Little Liars"
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While some television shows follow the books, "Pretty Little Liars" does not. Many of the characters are the same, but the storyline is completely different. This is one reason why people can read the books, but still be surprised by the television series. Because of the differences, there is no way to know what is going to happen in "Pretty Little Liars" season 6 and 7. However, this just leaves room for fans to speculate, which is the fun part!

Like all good shows, there is more than one issue in "PLL." While "A" is the biggest storyline, the season 5 premiere revealed that there are still many secrets. Alison told Emily that she didn't need to know everything and with Ali's return there seems to be major trust issues between the girls.

It is important to remember that it isn't just "A" that is tormenting the girls, it is the "A" team. Alison's return showed that there are a whole lot of people in Rosewood that are not happy to see her back. Some of those people that were revealed were shocking. Even if the core players are killed, arrested or dealt with otherwise, chances are there is always going to be someone else who wants payback. Seasons 6 and 7 could focus on someone else who wants Alison gone. The future seasons might even focus on someone else being the target.

Are you excited that "Pretty Little Liars" was renewed for seasons 6 and 7? What are your theories on what is going to happen?

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