Freeform favorite "#Pretty Little Liars" will return April 18 with the final 10 episodes of its seventh and final season, with the series finale planned for June 20. The series is loosely based on the book series written by Sara Shepard. The main plot has centered around four friends, following the disappearance of their fifth friend, as they're tormented and harassed by an unseen foe dubbed A. Several twists have occurred since the show aired, with a few A reveals and suspects, but the last 10 episodes are expected to answer all the questions fans could have.

What to expect when the show returns

The show left off with a literal bang as series lead Spencer (played by Troian Bellisario) was shot and informed that she was the second child of Mary Drake, Alison (Sasha Pieterse) announced a pregnancy, and Toby (Keegan Allen) and his fiancee Yvonne were in a car accident on their out of Rosewood.

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PaleyFest recently teased fans with the opening scene of the Spring premiere which showed Spencer in the back of an ambulance, and Toby being wheeled into the hospital, leaving the others to speculate where is his fiancee.

Creator and showrunner I. Marlene King teases that all end games will be end games, and the journey won't be an easy one for the characters have to work to earn their happy endings. This has left fans wondering where this leaves fan favorite couples. Ian Harding (Ezra) has shared that his character will be stuck between a rock and a hard place now that his thought-to-be dead girlfriend is actually alive. This makes an awkward situation with Aria (#Lucy Hale) who he was going to elope with. Other favorite ship, Emily (#Shay Mitchell) and Alison (Pieterse), will be figuring out what their kiss meant, while balancing Alison's pregnancy.

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Tyler Blackburn fully supports the idea that his character, Caleb and Hanna are end game. However, fans were left speculating outcomes when King announced at PaleyFest that she hopes fans are satisfied with the big twist that's to come.

The actors are set for new projects post "Pretty Little Liars"

Fans won't have to wait long to find their favorite actors in new projects. Ian Harding has already landed a role as a series regular on Fox comedy pilot "Thin Ice," which follows a receptionist (Brigdit Mendler) as she takes a job in Antarctica. The actor also has an essay collection, "Odd Birds" due out in May, which are personal stories about his journey in Hollywood told through the funny and creative perspective of bird watching. Lucy Hale has taken the lead role in CW pilot "Life Sentence," following a young woman who lived life to the fullest when she thought she was dying only to discover she's not, and now has to deal with the consequences of her decisions. Shay Mitchell will have a reality show later this year called "Shades of Shay" and will follow her time post-"Pretty Little Liars." Ashley Benson has announced her plans for time off for a few months.

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Janel Parrish (Mona) has appeared on stage in musical adaptations of "Cruel Intentions" and "A Walk to Remember." Tyler Blackburn will star in the film adaptation of musical "Hello Again." Keegan Allen recently released a single called "Million Miles Away." The rest of the cast has yet to announce their post plans.

Remember to tune into Freeform on April 18 for end of "Pretty Little Liars."