Younger’s Season 6 finale ended on a marriage proposal cliffhanger to Liza Miller, leaving fans waiting for Season 7.
This article/recap contains spoilers for Younger Season 6 Episode 12.
Charles popped the question during a slow dance with Liza at Diana and Enzo’s wedding. However, Charles did not take a knee leaving the rest of the wedding guests none the wiser.
Before Liza could give any kind of answer, Kelsey interrupted the moment. Charles had offered the recently departed Kelsey a stake in his company, if she returned to Millennial just a bit earlier.
Though Kelsey had achieved her dream of being a publisher again under Quinn in this episode… Charles’ offer combined with his spiel about Kelsey being family was too tempting to ignore. Thus, Kelsey said ‘I do’ while Liza stayed silent mid-proposal.
Liza had a talk with Josh at the bar before the dance about licensing her time hourglass tattoo for Inkburg. At first, Liza said it’s fine, he can do the tattoo on other people. Yet, a second later as Josh turned around, Liza changed her mind.
She told Josh, ‘That tattoo is ours. It’s mine.’ Josh smiled at the answer because it meant Liza’s feelings toward him hadn’t evaporated. It was then Charles asked Liza for a dance.
Liza appeared sincerely relieved that Kelsey had interrupted Charles’ marriage proposal. She let herself be whisked away by a group dance and gave Charles no answer. Or perhaps, no answer as they say was the answer.
Hesitation means Liza is not a 100% on marrying Charles which is a statement in itself. After opening himself up, Charles seemed noticeably bothered at Liza’s non-answer but Kelsey and the surroundings gave plausible deniability.
Will Liza officially break up with Charles to open Season 7 of Younger? Is a reunion with Josh inevitable? Will Charles initiate the breakup himself? Surely, he must be getting tired of the ex-boyfriend always being in the picture…
TV Land series moves to Paramount+
– (Kelsey) Hilary Duff, (Liza) Sutton Foster, (Charles) Peter Hermann, (Diana) Miriam Shor, (Maggie) Debi Mazar, (Zane) Charles Michael Davis, and (Lauren) Molly Bernard will all return for Younger Season 7.
Season 7 news update: It was revealed that Younger would be heading to the Paramount+ streaming service on April 15, 2021 instead of TV Land. Four episodes will be available initially. The rest of the season will release once a week like Younger’s traditional weekly broadcast on the TV Land network.
Update (July 2, 2021): All 7 seasons are currently available to stream on the Paramount+ streaming service. There are twelve episodes in Season 7, with the series finale being titled “Older”. Paramount+ is the way to go if you want to watch the conclusion of the Liza and Charles & Kelsey and Zane saga.
Though there will be no Younger Season 8… There’s rumors that series creator Darren Starr is considering a spinoff starring Hilary Duff’s Kelsey Peters character. Duff originally wanted the Lizzie McGuire reboot to have a more mature theme, so this could be a perfect opportunity.
Should the Kelsey Peters spinoff come to fruition, the series will most likely have Kelsey moving to Los Angeles from New York City. Moving filming to Los Angeles could open the doors for cameo appearances by various former Younger cast members… And rekindled storyline love triangles. Perhaps, Diana and Liza might make a cameo or two past the seventh and final season.
Younger Season 6 recaps
– Calling all Younger fans! Check out our recent Younger Season 6 Episode 10 recap and catch up on the series!
– Charles Brooks proposing to Liza Miller didn’t surprise long time fans! Be sure to read 42 Reasons Liza Miller’s Age Won’t Hurt Her on TV Land’s Younger.
– Read Younger Season 6 Episode recap: The Big Secret is Out on ‘The Debu-Taunt’ for a refresher on how Liza Miller’s world changed forever with a single revelation.
– Liza had quite a trippy journey in season on “Merger She Wrote”, relive the experience with the Younger Season 6 Episode 6 recap!.
– Be sure to check the Younger category page for all of our coverage on creator Darren Star’s TV Land series. The story of publishing house romance will pick up from sixth season to season 7’s series finale.
Exclusive interview with Josh, Nico Tortorella
– Update (September 23, 2020): Check out The Natural Aristocrat’s interview with Josh, Nico Tortorella.