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Pretty Little Liars season 7 episode 16 live stream: Where to watch online


Welcome back my Pretty Little Liars fans. The girls are back, however, that means that A.D. is back as well. It’s been 7 long months but we finally will begin the final countdown to one of the best shows to ever hit the small screen. Here is a brief summary of what to expect in the Season 7 episode 16 airing of Pretty Little Liars. Click the link below to watch live tonight.

Det. Furey closes in on uncovering what happened to Archer Dunhill; the Liars team up to protect one of their own; Hanna struggles with the idea that Lucas might be connected to A.D.; Emily surprises Ali with a heartfelt gesture that is undone by A.D. machinations; and the Liars gain insight into where the idea for the game originate

The Liars are in a deadly game of cat and mouse with the mysterious “A.D.” who wants revenge for Charlotte’s death. A.D., as it turns out is not only Charlotte’s mother but Spencer’s as well. Wow.  The Liars, as usual, are caught in the middle but this is a much different game than the one they previously played with “A”.

As the series picks up we will find out what happens when Nicole returns, if Hanna and Caleb can grow stronger and if Alison and Paige will come to blows over Emily. This should be an intense final few episodes of Pretty Little Liars.

And here’s how to watch Pretty Little Liars live. The show airs on Freeform at 8:00 p.m. ET and can be stream through the channel’s app or website.

Date: Tuesday, May 30

Start Time: 8 p.m. ET

Episode: The Glove That Rocks the Cradle

TV Channel: Freeform

Live Stream: Freeform


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