Pretty Little Liars

The BEST seasons of Pretty Little Liars

Every season ever - ranked by fan votes!

Four friends band together against an anonymous follower who threatens to reveal their darkest secrets, while unraveling the mystery of the murder of their best friend.

Last Updated: 4/12/2022Network: Freeform
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Season 1
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8.43
533 votes

#1 - Season 1

First Aired 6/9/2010

Season 2
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8.39
439 votes

#2 - Season 2

First Aired 6/15/2011

Season two begins moments after the explosive season one finale and the girls are the talk of the town. Surprises and challenges will be in store for each, and "A" may succeed in her quest. Emily, Hanna, Spencer, and Aria are crumbling under the constant pressure of A's relentless texts and the knowledge that A inexplicably knows every little detail of their lives, including their thoughts, and is watching and anticipating the girls' every move. Spencer's family is falling apart. Aria and Ezra's relationship gets even more complicated, and Aria's brother Mike finds himself in trouble with the law, while their parents find themselves tested like never before.

Season 3
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8.15
398 votes

#3 - Season 3

First Aired 6/6/2012

Season 5
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8.00
351 votes

#4 - Season 5

First Aired 6/11/2014

Season 4
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8.00
365 votes

#5 - Season 4

First Aired 6/12/2013

Season 6
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8.00
334 votes

#6 - Season 6

First Aired 6/3/2015

The girls may have gotten out of the Dollhouse but what happened to them during their time of captivity has lasting effects. With worried loved ones watching over them, the PLLs are home and trying to heal, with not much success. Even with suspected tormentor Andrew in custody, Aria, Emily, Hanna and Spencer fear they are far from safe. Meanwhile, Alison must deal with her past indiscretions and her notoriety around Rosewood.

Season 7
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6.88
234 votes

#7 - Season 7

First Aired 6/22/2016

After Hanna's shocking abduction by "Uber A", the PLLs and company desperately race against the clock to save one of their own. The only way to do this is by handing over evidence of Charlotte's real murderer to "Uber A". In order to do so, the girls must decide what blatant lines they are willing to cross that they have never breached before; and once they cross that line, there is no turning back.