As Freeform gears up for the series premiere of their hotly anticipated new original series “Famous In Love,” the network is giving one lucky fan a chance to become famous in their own right with the “Pretty Famous” fan contest.
Beginning today, fans can submit their videos in the following categories: singing, acting, dancing comedy and beauty.
The “Pretty Famous” fan contest winner will get a trip for two to Los Angeles where they will attend a Hollywood party as a VIP and walk the red carpet; a special meet and greet with “Pretty Little Liars” and “Famous In Love” executive producer I. Marlene King, and more.
Contest closes at noon on April 25th (PDT).
Famous In Love premiere on Tuesday, April 18th, following the final season premiere of Pretty Little Liars.
Freeform has announced the premiere dates for the final season of Pretty Little Liars and series debut of Famous in Love.
PLL’s final go around will commence on Tuesday, April 18, 2017 – and Freeform has begun a 150-day countdown clock to that premiere across all platforms – a clip of the day and other celebratory content will be released across the show’s social accounts and on PLL.com. There will also be a one-hour ‘tell all’ special following the series finale.
Famous in Love, from I. Marlene King – who also developed Pretty Little Liars, will premiere on Tuesday, April 18, following the PLL post-finale special.
Freeform will bid farewell to hit series Pretty Little Liars with a three-hour event – the two-hour series finale and a one-hour tell-all.
Immediately following the two-hour finale episode, “Pretty Little Liars” stars Troian Bellisario, Ashley Benson, Lucy Hale, Shay Mitchell and Sasha Pieterse, and executive producer I. Marlene King, will sit down for an unbarred and uncensored tell-all after show to discuss all of the series’ tightly held secrets, behind-the-scenes insights, and top moments.
PLL’s final ten episodes are scheduled to air in April, 2017 – will and continue to bring back fan favorite characters as it has done during the first half of the season. A PLL wedding is also in store.
Andrea Parker will return to Pretty Little Liars as a regular for the show’s seventh season. Parker – best known for her roles as the intimidating Miss Parker on The Pretender, and Lydia Weston on Less Than Perfect – will return in a classic soap role as a hither to unknown identical twin.
A premiere date has not yet been set for the show’s seventh season premiere. For further details, follow the jump.
The finale of Pretty Little Liars, “Hush…Hush, Sweet Liars” is just two weeks away, airing on March 15 at 8 PM, and you simply won’t want to miss it! The series is based on the similarly titled book series by Sara Shepard. As PLL nears its end, viewers can only expect things to get crazier than they already are. Of course, what would you expect from a show that is often described as “Desperate Housewives for teens?”
Fans of Freeform’s Pretty Little Liars now have a 24/7 hub for information for fans – PLLTV.com – with regular updates like sneak peeks, behind-the-scenes content and other exclusive PLL-related materials.
ABC Family officially became Freeform TV on January 12, 2016. To celebrate the new rebranding, they had the Freeform Social DNA project, a virtual event merging Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, and Vine starting at 11am EST until the premieres of “Pretty Little Liars” and “Shadowhunters” at 8/7c & 9/8c respectively. Cast members from “Pretty Little Liars” and “Shadowhunters” interacted with fans via twitter and social media. And of course, Eclipse Magazine was here to join in the fun and chat with some of the stars! Continue reading Freeform Social DNA project celebrates ABC Family officially becoming Freeform TV→