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'Pretty Little Liars' at PaleyFest: The cast's season 5 wish list: Who wants two girlfriends? -- VIDEO

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When the Pretty Little Liars cast stopped by PaleyFest to talk about the big season 4 finale and getting ready to go back to work on season 5, we got them in our video studio to discuss their character wish lists for next season. From Ian Harding’s desire to beat up “A” — yes please! — to Shay Mitchell wanting to have two girlfriends at once — which is highly possible with Paige and Ali — the cast proved that there’s a lot of story yet to unfold in Rosewood.

But seriously, can Ezra and Toby please beat up “A”?!

Watch the video below:

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'Pretty Little Liars' finale react: I know what you did that summer

Spoiler alert: If you haven’t watched the Pretty Little Liars season 4 spring finale, stop reading now! READ FULL STORY

'Pretty Little Liars' cast doing a live table read of the finale: Here's how you can watch

Happy finale day, Liars! We’ve got a little something to help you celebrate.

In honor of the season 4 finale that airs Tuesday night, the Pretty Little Liars cast is gathering in New York City for a live script read-through, followed by a screening of the season’s final episode. However, for those of you who can’t attend the event, we’ve got another way to get you in on the action. Lucy Hale will be using her Hang w/ app to live-stream the table read and give all Liars a glimpse at what the behind-the-scenes process is like for the show.

If you’re interested in watching the live table read, go to www.hangwith.me/lucyhale, download the app, and follow Lucy Hale. The table read is scheduled to begin at 7 p.m. ET, but followers will get a notification sent to their phone when Hale starts streaming live.

The Pretty Little Liars season finale airs tonight at 8 p.m. ET on ABC Family.

'Pretty Little Liars' at PaleyFest: What to expect in the season finale, Caleb's return, more

Shhhh. EW is spilling the secrets from the Pretty Little Liars PaleyFest panel Sunday at the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood. But you’ll have to keep them…and take them to the grave!

The panel featured executive producers Marlene King, Joe Dougherty and Oliver Goldstick, along with stars Troian Bellisario (Spencer); Ashley Benson (Hanna); Lucy Hale (Aria); Shay Mitchell (Emily); Sasha Pieterse (Ali); Ian Harding (Ezra); Janel Parrish (Mona) and Keegan Allen (Toby).

Amid the screams of the teenage girls in the 2,000-person audience, the panel was peppered with questions such as details about Keegan Allen’s abs;  Ian Harding’s availability for a date; and whether cyberbully “A” would be unmasked in the winter season finale Tuesday — which, of course, went unanswered.

But the cast and crew managed to reveal scoops about key plot points, season 5 and hopes to take PLL beyond the small screen. Here are five things we learned: READ FULL STORY

PopWatch Planner: 'Divergent' hits theaters, 'Dancing With the Stars' returns, 'Pretty Little Liars' ends, and more

This week has a little bit of everything, from a big blockbuster hitting theaters to a new album perfect for your party playlist — not to mention a handful of television premieres and finales. For Pretty Little Liars fans, another season is coming to an end, while Drop Dead Diva viewers are gearing up for the show’s last run of episodes. So if you’re seeking a break from all things March Madness, look no further than our planner. You’re welcome.

SUNDAY 3/16

Crisis, 10 p.m., NBC

In the middle of a field trip, a school bus — one that’s carrying the children of some of the nation’s most powerful people — is taken hostage. How far will they go to save their kids?

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PopWatch Planner: 'House of Cards' returns, 'Pretty Little Liars' goes black and white, and more

Newsflash: This week is all about the Olympics. So if at any point, you feel the need for a good sports fix, simply change the channel to see what’s happening in Sochi. It is always acceptable, and often encouraged. That being said, we wanted to make sure you had a list of entertainment options that didn’t involve skin-tight uniforms and/or Bob Costas’ pinkeye.

Olympics aside, here’s what you’re looking at for your upcoming week of pop culture adventures:
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'Pretty Little Liars' star Keegan Allen teases another Spencer breakdown, does a Marlon Brando impersonation -- VIDEO

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By the end of the Pretty Little Liars‘ Halloween episode, the secret was revealed: Alison DiLaurentis is alive! But what does that mean for the Liars when the show returns for season 4B? According to Keegan Allen, it means the girls are just about at the end of their ropes. “Each one of the girls are starting to break down,” Allen said. “After all this time, they should’ve broken down the first week. They’re all trying to get a grip on it and they’re falling apart, each one of them separately. Spencer more than others. She kind of loses it, but in a way that you never saw coming.”

However, unlike last season, Toby isn’t the cause of Spencer’s breakdown this time. “I don’t think it has to do with Toby. Toby is trying to deal with all of the stuff going on with Spencer, but he’s also trying to figure it out because he does know. The guys know now. It’s about Toby being there for Spencer in her time of despair. She kind of loses her mind again but not in the way that you think,” Allen said.

So while we wait to find out what it is that causes Spencer’s second mental collapse of the series, we put the man who plays her on-screen boyfriend Toby Cavanaugh in the hot seat for our Pop Culture Personality Test. From his teenage style icons to his favorite TV show growing up, watch where Allen ranks in our test below:
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'Pretty Little Liars' star Keegan Allen talks his NYC stage debut in 'Small Engine Repair'

Sure, you can find Pretty Little Liars‘ Toby, the show’s second most questionable fella, running around Rosewood, but starting this month, the same can’t be said for Toby’s portrayer, Keegan Allen. Rather, Allen, 26, is spending his days on a stage just out of Rosewood’s reach.

Allen is starring in the off-Broadway play Small Engine Repair. Put on by MCC Theater, Small Engine Repair is a comic thriller about three old high-school pals who regularly meet up at an off-the-beaten-path repair shop. What they do, we’re not sure. But we do know that when 19-year-old Chad (Allen) shows up, things start happening, and social media plays a big part in all the goings on.

The play, which is written by John Pollono, already found success at L.A.’s Rogue Machine Theatre, even winning a Los Angeles Drama Critics Award for playwriting. And now it has made its way to New York. Small Engine Repair is directed by Jo Bonney and stars, along with Allen, James Badge Dale (Iron Man 3), James Ransone (The Wire), and the playwright himself, John Pollono. Previews begin Oct. 30 at the Lucille Lortel Theater, with opening night set for Nov. 20.

We caught up with Allen to talk about the play, his acting choices, and that James Franco movie:

ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY: What is Small Engine Repair about? How did you get involved?
KEEGAN ALLEN: Small Engine Repair is a psychological thriller that is also a comedy. It has a huge amount of twists and turns. When I look at material that I want to do, I look at it as would I want to see this? Would I want to be an audience member that would want to not only purchase the ticket but walk away from it with something. And John [Pollono] hits on all cylinders with this, not only with the comedy but also with the very interesting look at our generation and social media, [and the] huge lack of empathy now because of texting … Twitter or Facebook or anything, Four Square, all of these technical aspects that remove us from human contact. And he touches on this and kind of brings two generations colliding together, so it was great. I play a 19-year-old privileged jock, would be the best way to describe it in a very vague way so as to not give anything away, amongst these middle-aged men. It’s a really challenging role. READ FULL STORY

Battle of the Fitzest: The Fitzes of 'Pretty Little Liars,' 'Scandal,' and 'Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.' face off

Fitz is a name that almost never escaped my lips growing up. I’ve never known someone named Fitz, and my favorite TV characters tended to go by Ryan, Cohen, Chandler, or Riggins. So when I recently started watching Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. and was introduced to a rocket scientist named Fitz, I stopped to think: There’s another Fitz in my life?! I’m already in love with two of them (and a little skeptical of one). I’ve got Ezra Fitz from Pretty Little Liars, who’s my favorite character on the show … or was. I’m still not really sure what’s up with him. And then there’s the incredibly sexy President Fitzgerald Grant on Scandal. How did my life become so Fitz-filled? I have no idea, but I’m not complaining.

So here’s the thing about my Fitzes. Not only do they all have great names, but they’re all pretty powerful in their own way, which is why I thought it’d be fun to compare their skills in an epic battle. After all, with a name as unusual as Fitz, surely there isn’t enough room for all of them (except in my heart). In no particular order, here’s a quick run down of everyone’s battle-ready traits: READ FULL STORY

What did Ali's letter say in the 'Pretty Little Liars' summer finale? PopWatch investigates!

If you’ve somehow managed to catch your breath after last night’s Pretty Little Liars summer finale, well, you’re doing better than us. But while we wait for some answers about Ezra, Ali and just about everyone in Rosewood and/or Ravenswood, we did a little investigating … mostly because we couldn’t sleep last night and were desperate for clues.

Remember when the girls found that scrapbook in the Red Coat/”A” lair? In it, they found a letter that Ali had presumably written to board shorts (who we guess is Ezra?). It’s how the Liars realized she never meant for them to come to the Cape with her that summer, but rather that Ali was hoping to spend some alone time with the older man nobody seemed to know about. Here’s what we could translate from Ali’s letter to board shorts: READ FULL STORY

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