Pretty Little Liars is finishing up its final season in the spring of 2017. The show airs Tuesdays at 8 p.m. ET on Freeform. Want to watch Pretty Little Liars online? We’ll explain how in the guide below.
In case you’ve been out of the loop, Pretty Little Liars is a teen mystery that is loosely based on a series of books by the same name. Located in the small town of Rosewood, the series delves into the lives of four friends who lose their leader. When they begin receiving messages from someone only known as ‘A’, they think it’s their missing friend… They soon learn it is much more complicated, and this mystery person is intent on ruining their lives! Described as Desperate Housewives for teenagers, Pretty Little Liars is sometimes scandalous, but always fun.
If you do not have cable, you can still enjoy watching Pretty Little Liars online using a number of different services. There are plenty of ways to enjoy a Pretty Little Liars live stream without paying for cable. Our guide will give you all of the best options to watch this excellent show on Freeform as it airs.
Get DIRECTV NOW To Live Stream Pretty Little Liars
Great news, cord cutters! DIRECTV NOW is a streaming service from AT&T that brings you the live TV experiences without the cost or hassle of traditional cable. You don’t need a satellite or any other equipment to watch Pretty Little Liars online – just a strong internet connection.
Channel packages start at $35 per month, and you get a pretty wide selection to start with.
With DIRECTV NOW, you’ll also be able to watch this and your other favorite Freeform shows on the go! Unlike some other streaming services, there are no mobile restrictions right now. Just load the app on your phone and you are all set.
DIRECTV NOW should make for an easy transition if you are wary of leaving the comfortable cable controls. The grid-guide interface is a lot like what you’d get from cable (after all, DIRECTV has been in the game for a while).
Sometimes there are great deals offered to new or existing customers. You could get a free compatible streaming device (like Apple or Amazon Fire TV) for pre-paying a few months, or something similar. However, even if you decide to pre-pay, you will not be locked into a contract ever. Special offers will vary depending on when you are reading this. Be sure to check the DIRECTV NOW website for the most up to date info.
We encourage you to test the service and see how it works for yourself: you can find a week-long free trial here.
Watch Pretty Little Liars Online with Sling TV Orange
Sling TV is a great solution for cord cutters who don’t want to miss out on their favorite shows every week. Using Sling TV Orange bundle, you can watch Pretty Little Liars full episodes each week, as well as a host of other shows. For just $20 a month, you have access to Freeform, ESPN, IFC, AMC, A&E, TNT, TBS, and a slew of other popular cable channels.
Keep in mind you could also upgrade to a channel package with more selection any time you like. You can also add on other channels (like HBO) for a small monthly fee. There are no contracts to sign and you can cancel at any time.
Sling TV is accessible on nearly every device from video game consoles to most Smart TVs. You’ll have the option between watching the Pretty Little Liars live stream, as it airs on Freeform, or using the on-demand function and watching your favorite shows whenever it is most convenient for you!
Sling TV is currently running an excellent deal for new users. If you order three months of service at once, after your free trial, Sling TV will give you a discount off a new streaming player!
New Sling TV subscribers can also get 30% off of the usual $20 monthly price – but only if they’re T-Mobile customers. For up to one year, T-Mobile customers can pay $14/month to watch Pretty Little Liars and so much more from their qualifying T-Mobile devices. Watch as much as you’d like without worrying about your monthly data allowance (thanks to T-Mobile’s Binge On!). As always, you can cancel at anytime without penalty.
Check out our full review of Sling TV here to learn more about the program.
If you’re new to Sling TV and worried you won’t like it, they are offering a free 7-day trial. That way you will have a chance to see how you feel about the service, and watch Pretty Little Liars free for a week.
Watch Pretty Little Liars Online with PlayStation Vue
PlayStation Vue is another popular streaming service that is similar to Sling TV. With Vue, you’ll pay just $30 a month, and get access to more than 50 popular channels, including Freeform, Cartoon Network, ESPN, CNN, Comedy Central and many more.
Vue works on Chromecast, PS3 and PS4 consoles, Amazon Fire TV, and iOS devices. It’s a great service and an easy way to catch a Pretty Little Liars live stream. Read about it in our PlayStation Vue review, or try the service out for yourself with a free 7-day trial!
Is Pretty Little Liars on Hulu?
No, unfortunately, Hulu does not currently offer Pretty Little Liars streaming. However, they have in the past, and they may bring the show back at some point. Hulu offers a variety of current and past seasons of Freeform content, so they do have a relationship with Freeform. You can subscribe to Hulu (review here) for $7.99 with commercials or for $11.99 a month ad-free. Click here to learn more.
Is Pretty Little Liars on Netflix?
Are you behind on the series? If you want to catch up on old Pretty Little Liars full episodes you can check out Netflix. New episodes won’t be added to Netflix for as long as a year. But you can watch the previous six seasons on the streaming network. Check our Netflix review for more info.
If you still have questions about the best ways to watch Pretty Little Liars online feel free to let us know. We will help you figure things out. You can also check out our ISP deals page if you are looking for a better internet service provider to support your streaming!
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