Pretty Little Liars Stars Celebrate 10-Year Anniversary of Show's Premiere: 'Eternally Grateful'
Pretty Little Liars is celebrating a major milestone.
The teen drama premiered exactly 10 years ago on Monday, and to celebrate the special occasion, the stars of the hit series reflected on how much their lives have changed.
"HAPPY 10 YEARS OF PLL! This show changed my life," wrote Lucy Hale. "Eternally grateful and always proud of what we accomplished."
Mitchell said her life would look a lot different if she hadn't spent her formative years starring on the show.
"Nothing would be the way it is right now for me, if this show hadn’t premiered a decade ago," she wrote. "I spent my entire 20s in Rosewood and I will be forever grateful for the last 10 years."
And Benson simply wrote, "I love my PLL family" with a series of heart emojis.
Pretty Little Liars, based on the Y.A. novels by Sara Shepard, followed a group of teens dealing with a web of secrets following their friend’s murder. The series ran for seven seasons from 2010-2017; followed by a short-lived spinoff starring Pieterse and Janel Parrish, The Perfectionists, which aired for one season in 2019.
After participating in a virtual reunion in support of Feeding America in May, Hale said she hasn't ruled out the possibility of a PLL movie.
"Anything is possible at this point," she told Entertainment Tonight. "I don't rule anything out, [but] I feel like we'd need a little more time to pass. I feel like we would get more out of it if we were, like, 10 years down the road."