As if "A" isn't enough of a terror, Pretty Little Liars's Hanna (Ashley Benson) is about to pick up another scary problem of more supernatural proportions. On the Feb. 4 episode of the PLL spinoff Ravenswood, Miss Marin will trade Rosewood for the haunted town where Caleb (Tyler Blackburn) is currently busy seeing dead people.
Pretty Little Liars' Alison DiLaurentis is officially alive.
During the show's annual Halloween special, fans' suspicions were confirmed when Alison (Sasha Pieterse) suddenly revealed herself to the girls in Ravenswood. But their reunion was short-lived when Alison gave a quick warning about someone she's terrified of and then disappeared. Before Aria (Lucy Hale), Spencer (Troian Bellisario), Emily (Shay Mitchell) and Hanna (Ashley Benson) could ask questions they were left in the dark dying to find out, among many things, who has been tormenting their friend, why she can't come home yet and if she wasn't the girl that got buried, then who was?
Are you loving Caleb's new friends in Ravenswood? Well, don't get too comfortable with them — or anyone, for that matter, on the Pretty Little Liars spin-off. No one is safe in the spooky town and it looks as though the Ravenswood curse is taking another victim Tuesday (8/7c, ABC Family).
The pilot ended with Caleb, Miranda (Nicole Gale Anderson), Remy (Britne Oldford) and the twins (Merritt Patterson, Brett Dier) crashing their car into the river and it looks like one of the fab five won't make it out alive. Though, thanks to Ravenswood's spiritual inklings, they'll still be sticking around.
After months of waiting and wondering, Pretty Little Liars's spooky spinoff Ravenswood (Tuesday at 9/8c on ABC Family) is finally here. In the ominous opener (which follows the bananas PLL Halloween episode), Tyler Blackburn's character Caleb Rivers decides to stick around the little town — which is about 90 minutes away from our beloved Rosewood — and finds that there are forces even more messed up than "A" in the new locale. Needless to say, we're hooked already.
If viewers think Pretty Little Liars is scary, just wait for the show's new spin-off Ravenswood.
"On Pretty Little Liars we've surprised people and we've put people in jeopardy, but we've never had a chance to straight-out scare people," executive producer Joseph Dougherty tells TVGuide.com. "Whatever the uneasiness level of Pretty Little Liars is, Ravenswood will be 20 to 30 times higher. I like to lull people in with a false sense of confidence and tell everyone that Ravenswood is a delightful romp and then have everyone watch and be terrified."
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