5 Pretty Little Liars Characters Who Deserve Their Own Spin-Offs
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5 Pretty Little Liars Characters Who Deserve Their Own Spin-Offs

Caleb Rivers (Tyler Blackburn) is leaving Pretty Little Liars to star on its supernaturally tinged spin-off Ravenswood, and while we're grumpy about the loss of Hanna and Caleb's relationship, we're all about seeing Caleb front and center on his own show. Which other Pretty Little Liars characters are interesting enough to deserve their own spin-off?

We've come up with a wish-list of other potential Pretty Little Liars spin-off stars — and if these characters got to headline their own shows, it wouldn't require breaking up one of our favorite ships.

Jenna Marshall. Jenna is simultaneously one of the most fascinating and underutilized characters on the show. This girl has depths, and Tammin Sursok can swing from sympathetic to creepy without missing a beat. She's pretty much the perfect anti-hero already.

Melissa Hastings. And really, the entire dysfunctional Hastings family. No one brings drama like Spencer's fam, and they don't get nearly enough screen time together. We'd totally tune in to The Hastings Show.

Noel Kahn. Sketchy Noel Kahn, we miss you! Brant Daugherty is hot enough to hold his own as a lead, and Noel would make a good bad boy on the path to redemption. (OK, mostly we just want to stare at his face more).

Mike Montgomery. Aria's little bro always seems like he has a whole complicated life going on that we know nothing about. It would be fun to have a show that follows his adventures. Occasionally his show could intersect with Pretty Little Liars, but mostly he'd be doing his own thing. That's how he rolls already.

Alison DiLaurentis. Ali is one of the most fascinating characters on the show, and we'd be happy to spend an hour every week watching her do just about anything.

Which Pretty Little Liars characters do you think deserve their own show? Sound off in the comments below!

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Rebecca Martin is an Associate Editor at Wetpaint Entertainment and our resident Game of Thrones, Pretty Little Liars, and genre TV expert. Follow her on Twitter and Google+!