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Pretty Little Liars is renewed for Sixth and Seventh Seasons


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In a huge vote of confidence, ABC Family has renewed its top drama series, Pretty Little Liars, for sixth and seventh seasons ahead of its June 10 season-five premiere, The Hollywood Reporter has learned.

Season six will debut in mid-2015, while the seventh will kick off in mid-2016. Details on episode counts were not disclosed, though Pretty Little Liars seasons have often hovered around 22-25 episodes, including holiday-themed hours. (This season, the series will air its first Christmas episode.)


"Pretty Little Liars has taken its place in the zeitgeist and reigns supreme in pop culture," said Tom Ascheim, ABC Family president. "I am glad to bring another two seasons to our audience, because 'A' has a lot in store for our Liars."

Pretty Little Liars, from Warner Horizon Television, remains ABC Family's highest-rated series in its history across key demographics including adults 18-34 (1.5 million viewers on average), adults 18-49 (2 million), women 18-49 (1.7 million) and women 18-34 (1.3 million) as well as total viewers (3.8 million).

Since its debut in 2010, Liars has developed a monster following on social media, with Nielsen naming it one of the most-tweeted-about series in the last year. In fact, it has seven of the top 15 most-tweeted-about episodes to date, generating an average 675,000 tweets per episode during its most recent season.

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