Bookmark this: Your favorite publishing powerhouse on TV—Liza Miller and the Empirical gang—is gearing up for the seventh and final season of Younger.
The first four episodes of the much-anticipated drama—which began on TV Land in 2015—will stream on Paramount+, beginning April 15. Fans will have to tune in Thursday nights for the remainder. TV Land (opens in new tab) will show the entire season later this year, but a date has yet to be confirmed, so we suggest considering adding Paramount+ (opens in new tab) to your streaming bundle alongside Netflix, Disney Plus, because you won't want to miss a second of the literary drama.
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Watch the Younger season 7 trailer
What did we tell you? Juicy, right?! Things kick off with Charles' proposal to Liza (Sutton Foster), which left season six on a cliffhanger: will she or won't she? The preview also teases Liza's relationship with Josh (Nico Tortorella), whom she left for Charles (Peter Hermann). It's unclear how these two will navigate their somewhat sensitive friendship, but we're more than willing to find out how it will all go down. And in a plot twist that no one saw coming, a surfer pro seemingly strikes up a book deal with Empirical...and intrigue from Liza.
When it comes to the book business, we also catch a glimpse of Kelsey (played by Hilary Duff) navigating the next stages of her career, which either will include sticking it out with her team or going along with the untrustworthy partnership with Quinn (Laura Benanti).
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A few things were missing from the Younger trailer
Like any good bookworm, we couldn't help but notice a few plot holes in the teaser clip. For example, where exactly is Miss Diana Trout? And, perhaps even more importantly, where is her new hubby, Enzo? What happens between Zane and Kelsey? Will Maggie get a much-deserved happily-ever-after? So. Many. Questions!
Although we're not necessarily ready to close this chapter quite yet, we're gearing up for an ending that promises to be stellar. We'll see you soon, Liza!
Danielle is a writer for woman&home and My Imperfect Life, covering all-things news, lifestyle and entertainment.
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