It,s not a lie — a hard truth for the fans of the show who have witnessed many lies during the show. Yes, Pretty Little Liars is leaving Netflix for good. Netflix announced on Sunday through Twitter that the seven-season teen drama would become unavailable for U.S. viewers on July 27.
THE HARD TRUTH…
7 seasons, 160 episodes, 125 threatening texts, 10 A’s, and too many lies to count
On July 27, we have to say goodbye to Pretty Little Liars on Netflix in the US. You have six weeks to rewatch but if you want to go all Mona on it, it’ll take 6 days & 16 hrs to watch it in one go pic.twitter.com/TGQvSKq5Qg
— Netflix (@netflix) June 16, 2019
Netflix announced the sad news by posting, “7 seasons, 160 episodes, 125 threatening texts, 10 A’s, and too many lies to count,” Netflix tweeted, alongside photos of the cast from the first and final seasons. “You have six weeks to rewatch, but if you want to go all Mona on it, it’ll take six days & 16 hrs to watch it in one go.”
Well, Netflix does offer a solution by saying that you have six weeks to rewatch it and you can binge it in 6 days and 16 hours. Fans of the show were disappointed by Netflix’s decision to remove Pretty Little Liars. Prompting them to criticize their decision on Twitter. With many fans threatening to end their subscription
ok time to cancel my subscription I guess 🙄
— hailey²⁸ | ia bc mental health (@louxlover) June 16, 2019
and some asking why they couldn’t retain the show as they did it with friends.
y’all are really getting rid of this but paid 100 mill to keep friends up…… k.
— cass 🦥 (@cassibeestacy) June 17, 2019
And some fans took it to the extreme by deciding to binge the show.
Guess how I'm spending my next 6 days and 16 hours
— Victoria Skorupski (@torigabbi) June 17, 2019
With many fans voicing their issue with this, some fans thank the show and it”s creators for providing them with a great show.
MAYBE SOME HOPE…
It might be a bittersweet end for fans as many speculate that the show might be picked up by Disney + the forthcoming streaming service slated for rollout in November 2019. Pretty Little Liars first shown in 2010, and it has been a Netflix centerpiece for the past several years. Let’s hope that the show gets picked up by some other streaming service.