It's been a year since Joe Carroll was caught (again), but Ryan Hardy still can't escape the guy's ever-mutating cult of followers.
"The Night Lila Died" and "It's All My Fault" closed out the season with a couple big "twists" and a lot of the same, boring fare that's been dragging the show down for a while now.
"Bloody Hell" had a little something for each of the characters to deal with regarding A.
Hey, at least the plot sped up a bit.
Will you watch for a second season if Constantine miraculously gets renewed?
"Out, Damned Spot!" was a relatively entertaining episode if not a necessarily plot-thickening one.
The new-character parade continues.
The finale wasn't perfect, but I'm still really gonna miss this show.
So, are you just dying to see what's in the barrel?
So there's a skin-heavy spider monster made of baby parts barreling down on you and you've just been intentionally shot by a nun; what do you do?
It's been a few months since Mona was murdered/martyred, and everything is falling apart for the Liars.
Tomorrow's just your future yesterday.
Slowly but surely, Constantine is rewarding its viewers for sticking with the show.
The Liars' first-ever Christmas episode was all about setting the table for a Season 5B feast, which should be a veritable smorgasbord.