With one week left until Pretty Little Liars returns, ABC family is giving a sneak peek at an emotional scene from the premiere – and as promised, it's full of answers.
The clip is packed with clues about season 6: Alison DiLaurentis (Sasha Pieterse) has been cleared of her wrongful conviction, the cops are searching for Andrew Campbell (Brandon Jones) and Rosewood's missing clique of Aria (Lucy Hale), Spencer (Troian Bellisario), Hanna (Ashley Benson) and Emily (Shay Mitchell) is still trapped in A's lair.
"One month ago, my friends were kidnapped by a faceless, nameless coward, the same monster who attacked Mona Vanderwaal and framed us for her murder," Ali tells the press, crying. "We now know that Mona is alive, but she is in grave danger, as well as my friends. I am so thankful to be home with my family, but I would do anything to see my friends again. My friends have always been my rock. Without them, I am lost in the woods, totally alone."
Make room for Piers Morgan!
The British TV personality is coming back to America's Got Talent, he announced Tuesday on Twitter.
"BREAKING NEWS: America's Got Talent returns for Season 10 tonight...and I return to the judges' desk later this summer," he wrote.
Khloé Kardashian celebrated Scott Disick's 32nd birthday Tuesday with a message filled with love – and just a hint of sass.
The reality star posted a sweet collage of pictures with her sister, Kourtney's, longtime boyfriend to Instagram with the caption: "Happy birthday @letthelordbewithyou!!! I can't believe I have spent the last, what it seems like 100 birthdays with you."
After lovingly describing Disick, 32, as "a blessing" to the Kardashian family, she also joked that he can be "at times, such a headache."
Just days after news broke that 19 Kids and Counting star Josh Duggar was allegedly involved in a shocking molestation scandal, TLC pulled the hit reality series from its schedule. Though no permanent decision has been made yet on the fate of the show, the Duggars stand to lose a lot when it comes to the family's profitable brand.
A source close to the series confirms they could lose an estimated $25,000 to $45,000 per episode, but that amount doesn't include any of other sources of income related to their 19 Kids and Counting fame.There were 22 episodes in season 10 of the show, which wrapped up May 19 and there have been 227 episodes total.
Britt Nilsson and Brady Toops are proof that The Bachelor and its various franchises truly do work, albeit in mysterious ways.
After Nilsson, 27, was voted out of the running as this season's Bachelorette, she still managed to find love. Or, at least, a hiking partner.
Nashville-based musician Toops, 33, cut out of the competition early when Nilsson didn't win the popular vote and went straight to her hotel room, as seen on Monday's episode of The Bachelorette.