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Pretty Little Liars Are In The Future! Here's Everything You Need To Know About The 5-Year Time Jump…

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New year. New secrets.

Pretty Little Liars came back for Season 5B on Tuesday night, and with it a five-year jump into the future.

After five years, the Lucy Hale, Sasha Pieterse, Troian Bellisario, Ashley Benson, and Shay Mitchell series finally answered all most of the questions fans had… so they decided to do it all again for the final season and a half.

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So how exactly have things changed in Rosewood for the five liars (plus Janel Parrish, Tyler Blackburn, Vanessa Ray, Ian Harding, and Keegan Allen)??

The girls are still being set up for a murder that probably didn’t really happen, they’re all back in town despite their better judgement, and they all still dress impeccably well.

They CAN all legally drink now, which should definitely mix well with their debilitating cases of PTSD.

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As for the rest of the episode; Toby is building a house for Spencer, Hanna’s mom runs Radley, which is now a hotel, somehow, Alison is married to some guy, and NO ONE is with their OTP.

Basically we’re just committing to another lifetime of questions, but we’re kind of excited about getting to relive the ridiculous ride that has been PLL on the ridiculously monikered Freeform.

Also, Spencer’s bangs did it.

Pretty Little Liars airs every Tuesday at 8 p.m. EST on Freeform.

[Image via Pretty Little Liars/Instagram.]

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