'Pretty Little Liars' Is Reshooting That Awkward Scene With Spencer

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If you're a Pretty Little Liars superfan, then the four-minute sneak peek at the five-year time jump that ABC Family released online gave you all of the feels. The scene depicted all of the girls living their new, A-free lives away from Rosewood, only to be called back to town by a letter from Ali. Emily is a bartender, Aria works in publishing, Hanna is a jet-setting fashionista, and Spencer... well, Spencer is sitting in front of a very fake-looking Washington, D.C. scene. The response to the scene was so cringe-worthy that the producers are now reshooting the scene - and it's totally necessary.

According to reports, Spencer's uber-fake scene made the fans watching the sneak preview at New York Comic-Con laugh out loud, which is definitely not the reaction that Pretty Little Liars producers want from their loyal audience. A new Instagram from producer Lisa Cochran-Neilan proves that the show is listening to fans by giving them a (hopefully) better-looking shot of Spencer. Here's the original shot:And here's how the show plans on updating it:

Last "reshoot " of #PLL season 6, budget was limited @sleepinthegardn stand in was a bit unusual. Photo cred: @lasteere

A photo posted by Lisa Cochran-Neilan (@lisacochranpll) on

It seems that the show is still using a green screen to get the "OMG-Spencer's-in-DC" thing, but hopefully the technology will make the scene look just a tad more realistic. We can suspend our disbelief about A's super-human antics, but if you're going to tell us Spencer is in Washington, please make us believe it.
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