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ABC Family’s Pretty Little Liars has made good on its promising, revealing the identity of “A” during the show’s finale on Tuesday night. Even more shockingly, another character returned to the show.
Set to premiere Tuesday night following the annual Pretty Little Liars special Halloween episode is Ravenswood, a spin-off series to PLL, which is set in the town of Ravenswood, a place not far from Pretty Little Liars setting Rosewood, Pennsylvania. Ravenswood has suffered under a deadly curse for generations, and the story centers on five strangers who suddenly find themselves connected by the curse and need to dig into the town's mysterious and terrible history before it's too late.
ABC Family already has a pretty hip and devoted audience tuning in for Pretty Little Liars each week, and the network is hoping just as many—if not more—individuals will invest in Ravenswood, the brand new spinoff drama set to premiere this October. We’ve finally gotten a look at what Ravenswood’s setting and cast will look like, and the drama looks particularly eerie. I guess it is about a curse.
Kyle XY and Supernatural actress Merritt Patterson has signed on with ABC Family for Ravenswood, the network’s straight-to-series spinoff of the hit scripted drama, Pretty Little Liars. Patterson has signed on as a series regular in Ravenswood, which should be a big step for a young woman who has mostly earned guest stints on television and a few roles in TV movies like Radio Rebel.
ABC Family’s Pretty Little Liars spinoff, Ravenswood, has been coming together over the past couple of months. About a week ago, the show finally made its first casting move, announcing Pretty Little Liars regular Tyler Blackburn would be moving to the network’s new series. Now, Ravenswood producers have signed on The L.A. Complex’s Brett Dier and Elizabeth Whitson to play regular roles in the new show.
.If you like Pretty Little Liars, there’s good news. Not only has the series been given a renewal, you’ll also have a new show to check out soon. ABC Family has given the greenlight for a spinoff called Ravenswood that will go straight to series and has announced the Pretty Little Liars Season 5 renewal prior to the fourth season premiere.
Olympic gold medalist Missy Franklin is the latest swimmer from the U.S. team to go from the pool to television. The swimming star who set a world record during the 2012 Summer Olympics has been tapped for a guest appearance on the ABC Family series Pretty Little Liars.
This Friday night, ABC Family will kick off their annual 13 Nights of Halloween. The event will begin with back-to-back Addams Family on Friday, October 19, and each night that follows will feature evening programming and movies of varying degrees of spookiness. We have a video that offers thirteen of the scariest moments from the event, including peeks at upcoming episodes of Switched at Birth and Pretty Little Liars.
The 1995 movie Now and Then which came from Marlene King,the same woman who is now the showrunner on ABC Family’s Pretty Little Liars, is in the process of being adapted to a series. Since King is already quite comfortable at ABC Family, the network is working with her on the movei-to-series project.
With less than two weeks to go before return of ABC Family's Pretty Little Liars, fans looking for a way to fill their time before Season 3 premieres can get in on ABC Family's PLL scavenger hunt. The "Pretty Little Puzzle Hunt" officially kicked off yesterday, and if you're ready to play, you're in luck! You just found one of the pieces to the puzzle…
The people have spoken, or judging by the list of winners among the TV categories of the 2012 People’s Choice Awards, the young people have spoken, with Pretty Little Liars, Supernatural and The Vampire Diaries among the series that went home with awards last night.
Pretty Little Liars is currently mid-way through its second season, with the first part having aired last summer and the remaining twelve episodes set to air this coming January. Fans of the ABC Family drama can rejoice, not only because the series will be back in just over a month, but also because it’s been renewed for a third season.
While the celebrities most beloved by today’s teens are likely to be searching for a place to display an award shaped like a giant surfboard, the Teen Choice ratings are in. The event, which aired on Fox last night, didn’t win the night, but numbers are up for teen viewers. Meanwhile, The CW has cause to celebrate, having taken home more awards than any other network.
ABC Family became the second network ever to receive a rating of Excellent from GLAAD for its portrayal of gay and lesbian characters in the organization’s yearly Network Responsibility Index. The Index rates networks on the percentage of their programming that is “LGBT-inclusive” as well as for the racial diversity of those characters and the light in which they are portrayed; ABC Family has made the grade.
Summer shows deserve love too, right? Fox posted more nominees for the 2011 Teen Choice Awards and among the added categories are Choice Summer TV Show, and Choice Summer TV Star (Male/Female). ABC Family’s The Nine Lives of Chloe King also managed to score some nominations for Choice Breakout Show, and Breakout Star.