— So Emotional

The "Pretty Little Liars" cast said their emotional goodbyes via Instagram, and, tears

We know it’s so hard to process that after seven insane seasons and sooo many ups and downs, Pretty Little Liars is officially over.

We’re definitely going to miss the show —  from the fun fashion to the roller coaster romances — but no one is sadder about the finale than the cast members themselves. The Pretty Little Liars cast shared their emotional goodbyes on Instagram to mark the series’ conclusion, and it’s making us feel so sad.

The cast said their final goodbyes as the show came to an end, and their messages are so heartfelt and gut-wrenching. It’s clear that they are super tight-knit, and we have such a big hole in our hearts.

Check out the Pretty Little Liars cast’s emotional finale reactions on Instagram, and grab some tissues…you might need ’em.

Lucy Hale shared the sweetest throwback photo, and honored her fellow cast, crew, and character, Aria.

Sasha Pieterse thanked fans and all her coworkers in a truly moving post.

Today is the day. My friends. My forever #pllfamily . In this bittersweet moment (and always), I am forever grateful for these 8 years. There are no words to describe this incredible journey, but I'll do my best. We have truly created an impeccable love story thanks to the wonderful and one of a kind @imarleneking and our amazing cast and crew. I am so ridiculously grateful to each and every one of them. To our amazing fans I am most definitely forever grateful. You guys have been so loyal and passionate! You have made every second possible, worth it, gratifying, touching, and especially memorable. We truly shot every season, episode, scene, and second for you. You will always have a place in my heart. When we cried you cried, when we laughed you laughed, when we were scared you were scared, when we were mad you were mad, and when we loved you loved. We are always in sync and we always will be. Thank you for entrusting us with your time for 8 years. Let us celebrate all the fun and growth we've shared. I love love love you all more than you could ever know. Congratulations @imarleneking @sleepinthegardn @lucyhale @ashleybenson @shaymitchell @janelparrish @tylerjblackburn @ianmharding @keeoone @theandreaparker @vrayskull #lauraleighton @thehmc @niapeeples #chadlowe #nolannorth #lesleyfera @tamminsursok @brantdaugherty @brendanrobinson @codychristian @julianmorris #jimabele @huwcollins #lindsayshaw @torreydevitto #drewvanacker #brycejohnson @yanigellman #romamafia @diegoboneta #shanecoffey #lulubrud #annebethgish @chloebridges #ryanguzman #kararoyster #jimtitus and the many many many more amazing cast members who created magic. And congratulations & amen to @lisacochranpll & our entire crew and production team who made every day possible. We shared every day, every fraturday, every joy of birthdays, housewarmings, weddings, new baby's, etc. and we shared sadness as well. I am blessed to know all of you. You are forever family. It still hurts my soul to not see you every day. Another big thank you to @freeform of course! I could go on forever! But, I will leave it as pure love. Rosewood forever lives on and this is not goodbye. Love always, Sash

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Troian Bellisario shared what she learned after eight years on the show.

Today closes the chapter on a very significant part of my life. A chapter I had never imagined or even dreamt of having written. When I left collage I thought I was headed to NYC (hopefully for some jobs on stage) Little did I know life was actually taking me to Rosewood, Pennsylvania. Where they insisted I would need to do high school for about 6 more years. Life (for reasons that will continue to reveal themselves to me ) made me a Pretty Little Liar. For 8 years. For around 10,000 hours of my life it asked me to be Spencer Hastings. It took me to days where I couldn't stop laughing, and nights when I wished I could have been sleeping in bed, instead of running in the wet and cold for the umpteenth take at 5AM but somehow we made it through and we had fun even then. Every moment with this cast and crew, in this town, every breath I took with Spencer, every text, dead body, new suspect, terrifying scream, new relationship and "kisses, A" taught me something extraordinary. It taught me patience, and how to approach my craft, how to direct, produce, it taught me about collaboration, experimentation, risk, friendship, family, empathy, sacrifice and above all LOVE. Being Spencer Hastings in this crazy world is something I still don't quite understand, but I know it was a rare and beautiful gift. A gift that will continue to give for the rest of my days on this Earth. And I wanted to say THANK YOU to all of the people who gave it to me. To all of the people who believed in me and made it possible, to my friends and family who loved me through it and above all to YOU, the fans, who watched, who tweeted, and posted, who theorized, swooned and screamed. We got a lot out of this experience, but I would have been nothing without you. Thank you and I love you all very much. (I love you too, Spencer, you weirdo). Enjoy tonight. I know I will. #pllendgame #spencerhastings

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Shay Mitchell commemorated her character, Emily, and her fellow castmates.

Ashley Benson recorded a sweet thank-you message to fans and supporters of the show.

Ian Harding shared a selfie in character as Ezra, saying he’s “forever grateful” for his time on PLL.

Janel Parrish thanked her crew of “fearless warriors, her sisters” and it’s so lovely.

Keegan Allen penned a truly touching letter to all the “powerful women” who made PLL so special, and we’re sobbing now.

Series creator I. Marlene King thanked her show “family” and fans for “an amazing 7 year journey.”

Thank you to our worldwide PLL family. We made it for7 years because of you! ❤❤

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Nia Peeples mused about watching the young cast grow into “beautiful, strong women.”

Brant Daughtery shared a photo from his first day as Noel and joked about his transformation from “party-throwing jock to headless murderer.”

Torrey DeVitto also shared a photo from Season 1, saying that it’s been an “honor” to be part of the show.

Holly Marie Combs thanked the “undying fandom” of PLL and expressed her thoughtful appreciation of the cast.

Huw Collins shared a somber photo of Alison and Dr. Rollins to mark the ending.

That moment when you realize it all ends tomorrow... #farewellPLL #pllendgame 😈

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Tammin Sursok shared a truly fitting GIF of Jenna expressing her ~feels~ about the show’s closure.

How I feel about today being the last #PLL episode.

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Brendan Robinson thanked the “devoted fans.”

Last but not least, Vanessa Ray shared she “loved every second” of her time on the show, and tears.

We love the sentiment behind each of these posts, and we’re truly going to miss the show so much. All the feels!

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