When Pretty Little Liars’ fourth season kicks off Tuesday, June 11, we will find the Liars right where we left them — looking shocked at whatever they’ve discovered in Wilden’s trunk. Along with that, the season premiere will also feature the reveal of the Queen of Hearts’ identity. And from there, the rest of the season is shaping up to be full of twists, turns, and threatening text messages. But one thing we can promise for season 4 is a deeper look into Toby’s past. After disappearing for much of the second half of last season, Toby is back and, according to Keegan Allen, it’s his turn to get answers and spiral downward. See what else Allen had to say about season 4: READ FULL STORY
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Just in case the intrigue of red coat’s true identity or the mystery of what’s in the trunk isn’t enough, there’s a new reason why you might want to catch season four of ABC Family’s hit show Pretty Little Liars.
Rumer Willis is coming to Rosewood! Whether or not she will stay in town is another question, but ABC Family has confirmed that Willis is (as we speak) filming a guest spot for one episode, with the possibility for additional episodes. Willis will appear as Zoe, an organizer for a charity. We’re not quite sure what Zoe’s charity is up to, but let’s hope it raises money for troubled teens with cyber-bullying problems.
Regardless, Willis’ episode is slated to air in late July.
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‘Ravenswood’ news roundup: ‘Beauty and the Beast’ sis nabbed as series regular. Plus, an exclusive photo
'Ravenswood' news roundup: 'Beauty and the Beast' sis nabbed as series regular. Plus, an exclusive photo
It’s been a busy day in Ravenswood.
First up in today’s news downpour: The Pretty Little Liars spin-off has found its Miranda in Beauty and the Beast recurring player Nicole Gale Anderson, who plays the younger sister of Kristin Kreuk’s Catherine on that show. Miranda is described in a casting breakdown as a “fiercely independent foster kid” who “uses her wits to cover her emotional scars.” Anderson, who also appeared on ABC Family’s Make It or Break It, is set to be a regular on the buzzy project, which will also star Tyler Blackburn.
It looks like Pretty Little Liars‘ Caleb is going to get some company when he relocates to Ravenswood next year.
ABC Family has announced that the Pretty Little Liars spin-off series Ravenswood has cast two of its series regulars, in addition to PLL favorite Tyler Blackburn. L.A. Complex‘s Brett Dier joins the new series along with model Elizabeth Whitson. The duo will play twins Abel and Olivia, whom we will first meet during the Pretty Little Liars Halloween episode, which will air just before the Ravenswood pilot. Perhaps they’re part of the reason Caleb leaves Rosewood behind? READ FULL STORY
Watch 'Pretty Little Liars' star Troian Bellisario in a sneak peek of WIGS series 'Lauren' -- EXCLUSIVE VIDEO
Returning with its first four episodes of season 2 on May 3, Lauren — the hit web series from YouTube channel WIGS — stars Pretty Little Liars‘ Troian Bellisario as a third-generation soldier who makes a brave choice when she reports her rape and continuing assault to her female commanding officer, played by Jennifer Beals. The result is a drama about the military institution and trying to balance justice and loyalty. In an exclusive clip from season 2 below, we see the immediate aftermath of Lauren’s rape, when she arrives at the medic tent and asks for help.
Directed by WIGS co-creator Jon Avnet and written by Avnet and Jay Rodan, the second season will debut another batch of four episodes on May 10 and its final quartet on May 17. Watch the exclusive clip from season 2 of Lauren below and catch the new season on WIGS May 3.
A Pretty Little Liars actor is moving over to star in the show’s spinoff.
Tyler Blackburn, who plays Caleb Rivers on the show, has been cast in ABC Family’s Ravenswood.
The new show will “center on a town, not far from Rosewood, PA (the home base of Pretty Little Liars), which has suffered under a deadly curse for generations. Five strangers suddenly find themselves connected by this fatal curse and need to dig into the town’s mysterious and terrible history before it’s too late for each of them.”
Ravenswood will premiere on following the annual Pretty Little Liars Halloween episode, while season 4 of Pretty Little Liars premieres June 11.
Get ready to enter Ravenswood.
ABC Family announced today the launch of a Pretty Little Liars spin-off titled Ravenswood, set to launch in October. Moreover, the network announced it has picked up PLL for a fifth season.
In a nod to the passionate online fanbase that made PLL a success, something that was the subject of an EW cover story just weeks ago, the announcement was first made via the show’s official social media channels.
According to a release, Ravenswood will “center on a town, not far from Rosewood, PA (the home base of Pretty Little Liars), which has suffered under a deadly curse for generations. Five strangers suddenly find themselves connected by this fatal curse and need to dig into the town’s mysterious and terrible history before it’s too late for each of them.”
The new series will premiere on following the annual Pretty Little Liars Halloween episode, and comes from PLL executive producer team I. Marlene King, Oliver Goldstick, Joseph Dougherty and Leslie Morgenstein.
Season 4 of Pretty Little Liars premieres June 11.
ABC Family announced its summer premiere dates today, including a start date for the fourth season of Pretty Little Liars.
Check out the schedule below, which includes some info on some of the new shows.
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'Pretty Little Liars' stars answer your Twitter questions, talk body swaps and Toby's reveal -- EXCLUSIVE VIDEO
A week ago, we learned which characters the stars of Pretty Little Liars don’t want to be “A,” and yesterday, Shay Mitchell told us all about why she loves her “Mitchies.” Today, the stars of Pretty Little Liars — Mitchell, Lucy Hale, Ashley Benson, and Troian Bellisario — are back with more questions from fans on Twitter.
The queries this time around find them delving into the world of Rosewood, talking about everything from wardrobe swaps to body swaps. One question: If there was a body swap episode, who would be who? Benson revealed her number one choice: “Mine would definitely be my grandma.” The girls also discussed a potential Aria-Byron body swap, and afterward, they went on to talk filming on location and their reactions to Toby’s (Keegan Allen) evil side, prompting Bellisario to reveal that she “was stoked” about the Toby twist. However, none of it matters because, as Bellisario put it: “He’s dead now.” Huh?! Was she joking, or has Toby really left present-day Rosewood for good?
Get a look inside our cover shoot and interview session with the girls of PLL below:
What’s a “Mitchie”? Apparently, that’s what fans of Pretty Little Liars star Shay Mitchell are called, a fact we discovered at our cover shoot for the ABC Family teen drama. EW posed the show’s four stars with several questions, including: “What has been your craziest fan encounter?” Mitchell’s three co-stars — Lucy Hale, Ashley Benson, and Troian Bellisario — almost immediately turned to her. “People get your face tattooed on them!” exclaimed Hale, before the foursome went on to explain what the “Mitchies” are.
Mitchell herself offered this: “There’s no face! But I’ve met a few fans from across the world who’ve had my name tattooed on them.” Then the whole Q&A basically devolves into a further lovefest for Mitchell and her insane fans. Get a look inside our cover shoot and interview session with the girls of PLL below, and click here to buy the issue.
The answer to that question is yes, if you consider the clip below. EW has snatched about a minute from Tuesday’s forthcoming hour of ABC Family’s soapy teen mystery Pretty Little Liars – EW’s cover subject this week — that finds Spencer (Troian Bellisario) forcefully warning Emily (Shay Mitchell) that she may be the next one to feel Mona and the “A” team’s wrath.
Holding an ominous funeral sash, Spencer — who has recently been getting it from Mona and the “A” team — points out that the only two letters in the words “deepest sympathy” that aren’t shiny are the E and the M. As in the first two letters of Emily. Remember: We saw one of the “A” minions laying the sash across flowers in the show-ending tag at the end of this week’s episode. “Mona is trying to tell us in her cryptic way,” Spencer warns, “that she’s targeting you next.” Emily brushes it off, but Spencer won’t give up. “She made it seem like something bad was going to happen to you tonight. Look, I’m gonna stay with you for the rest of the day. Do not ignore this!”
Should Emily ignore the supposed warning? Watch the clip and you decide. (And click here to buy this week’s PLL issue!)
'Pretty Little Liars' shocker! Troian Bellisario, producers answer burning questions about 'Spoby' split -- EXCLUSIVE
Last night’s episode of ABC Family’s Pretty Little Liars – aptly named “Misery Loves Company” — dropped one rather huge bombshell: Spencer (Troian Bellisario) finally discovered that her (now ex?) boyfriend Toby (Keegan Allen) is working for Mona (Janel Parrish) and the “A” team — a deception that she was just clued into, but that viewers have known since its big reveal last August. Whoa!
In light of that, we asked players from the show — the puppet masters, executive producers Marlene King and Oliver Goldstick, as well as Bellisario herself — to answer all of our burning questions about the plot line. How did Bellisario prepare to learn the bombshell? Is this the end of “Spoby” (Spencer and Toby)? And so on. Continue below for all the scoop about last night’s big reveal.
ABC Family’s addictive hit drama Pretty Little Liars returns at 8 p.m. tonight to finish the second half of its third season. As always, there’s a bevy of gnarly twists and turns to come — especially in tonight’s installment titled “She’s Better Now.” (There’s a big hint of what’s to come for you.)
We chronicled the coming season in our Winter TV Preview issue, which is available on newsstands now, but here are a few teases from the upcoming 11 episodes:
–Mona is back! You probably knew that, and you probably even saw our exclusive sneak peek at tonight’s season premiere over on our Facebook page (Like it for access to the clip if you haven’t!), but is Mona good… or still bad? “What does Mona’s return mean for Rosewood and the girls?” Whether she’ll still be secretly (or not so secretly?) terrorizing Aria (Lucy Hale), Hanna (Ashley Benson), Emily (Shay Mitchell), and Spencer (Troian Bellisario) remains to be seen, but executive producer Marlene King says her motives are still dark. “She’s a villain out walking amongst the PLLs,” she says. Adds executive producer Oliver Goldstick: “She’s not coming back as Polly Purebread.”
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