Get the Latest ‘Pretty Little Liars’ Season 6 Relationship Spoilers
As we all saw in the Pretty Little Liars Season 6 premiere, Rosewood's relationships have been turned on their heads over the course of the five year time jump.
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Thanks to new spoilers, we know we'll be learning more about how all these changes came to be over the course of this season's flashbacks — plus, we get a taste of what to expect from their relationships, new and old, in the present.
Warning: we're not sure you're going to like everything you read here. Don't say we didn't tell you!
Before we get into what to expect from each girl, know that, overall, this season is supposed to involve "a lot more lovemaking," as the Liars told EW Radio. But the question is, will you be happy with the couples who are getting it on?
Here's the good news for Ezria shippers: Lucy Hale tells The Hollywood Reporter the artsy Liar "will always be in love" with her former teacher, and muses, "maybe they needed to part ways for a while to come back and be something better and stronger."
On the other hand, she also thinks "Aria is very in love" with her new guy, Liam, so it's not like she's about to jump back to her old boyfriend right away.
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Of all the Liars, Emily seems the most lacking in current love interests, though Shay Mitchell teased to THR that her character did have "a really fun time" out in California. It's unclear if we'll get to see those fun times play out on screen or not.
OK, Haleb fans, get your tissues ready, because Ashley Benson revealed we will see Hanna and Caleb's break up in a flashback, and "that scene was super emotional ... It was romantic and sad and you’ll feel everything for them."
As for their relationship now, "there’s always going to be feelings there ... but Hanna’s moved on and done better things for her life and matured. At the end of the day, he wants what’s best for her and she wants what’s best for him."
As hardcore Haleb shippers, we don't like the sound of that, but we're not giving up hope. Maybe their breakup was for the best at the time, but that doesn't mean they can never get back together, right?
Though, of course, there is the complicating factor of the fashionable Liar's fiancé, who is sure to bring the awkward when he shows up...
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Speaking of Caleb, he also seems to have sparks with Spencer this season, but Troian says they're "friends." Yes, but do those friends come with benefits?
As for Spoby, she explains they were always "growing into different people:" While Toby loves the smalltown life Rosewood provides, she can't see "Spencer being contained by that."
Even in the premiere, it was clear there is still a connection between these high school sweethearts, but "Spencer really likes where she is. She misses him because you always miss your first love, but would she want to give it all up for him? Nah."
That doesn't sound great for the ship, but hey, maybe Toby would be willing to move to the big city for her?
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Of course, we'll also see Alison's relationship with Dr. Rollins develop over the course of the season — something we've known was coming since the flash forward that ended the summer finale.
And one final fun relationship spoiler: While we won't be seeing Wren Kingston this season, Troian tells MTV he is still with Melissa back in England. We guess those crazy sketchballs made it work!
Catch the next episode of Pretty Little Liars Season 6 on Tuesday, January 19 at 8 p.m. ET on Freeform.
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