Shana Fring is a recurring antagonist in the ABC Family series "Pretty Little Liars". She is a secondary antagonist in the third season and the true secondary antagonist of the fourth season.

She was portrayed by Aeriel Miranda.


An old friend of Ali's, Shana is informed by Ali that she is actually alive and is asked by her to travel to Rosewood in order to find out who tried to kill her. But when Shana got there and began asking questions and befriending enemies, she fell in love with none other than Jenna Marshall. She attempts to kill the Liars by setting them on fire at the Thornhill Lodge but fails when Alison, who was late, pulls them out. Shana informed the Liars of her alliance with Ali and continued pretending to be on their side. But when they traveled to New York to talk with Ali, Shana traveled there too. She shot through the window of the place they were at and chased them to the roof where she cornered them. But Ezra Fitz, who knew who she was, showed up just in time to fight her. Hanna grabs the gun from her and Shana jumps to the next roof and leaves, but not without shooting Ezra in the stomach first. Shana continues her mission and goes into the hospital, even posing as a doctor. She decides to try again and goes to the theater the Liars are with a gun. She explains to them of how she found out answers and decided to join Jenna. But there's one flaw in her plan, Aria's not there. Aria, having been informed by Ezra that it was Shana, goes to the theater and gets a gun prop from the stage. She calls out Shana's name and she turns around, at which point Aria hits her with the fake gun, causing her to fall from the stage to her death. The Liars believe that she was the final "A" and that the game is over, though it is later revealed that "A" is still around.


  • It is unknown if Shana was actually on the "A"-Team or if she was working on her own free will.
  • Shana ends up essentially being the final boss in both Season 3 and 4, as her burning of the Lodge and shooting on the roof are the Liars' final problems.