All aboard the crazy train! Pretty Little Liars rises from its midseason-break graveyard with a tricky Halloween episode set on the Rosewood Ghost Train. And according to executive producer Marlene King, it's the end of the line for one Rosewood resident. "We are killing someone," she reveals. "Someone is not getting off...
[The following story contains spoilers from the midseason finale of Pretty Little Liars. Read at your own risk.]
Pretty Little Liars executive producer Marlene King warned us that the midseason finale would include a major shock, but that didn't keep our jaws from hitting the floor when we learned in the final seconds of the episode that Toby Cavanaugh (Keegan Allen) was the betrayer.
For Pretty Little Liars fans who felt last season's big reveal wasn't a shock, executive producer Marlene King promises that this Tuesday's finale will make up for it tenfold.
"Honestly, people's jaws will hit the floor," King tells TVGuide.com. "For people who felt like [Mona being A] wasn't the big twist they were looking for, they're getting their big twist tomorrow. And the fact that it's two massive, mind-blowing twists, fans will be so shocked and satisfied by this episode. "
"Oh. My. God. Those are the only words I have for this episode," teases Ashley Benson, whose Hanna is clearly having a rough time at Rosewood's latest crime scene in Pretty Little Liars' August 28 mid-season finale. Where is Emily? And why are the cops so interested in talking to Paige (Lindsey Shaw)? All Benson offers is that "people get hurt...there might even be a...
There's another St. Germain coming to Rosewood when Pretty Little Liars returns.
Former Vampire Diaries actor Sterling Sulieman will play Maya's cousin Nathan St. Germain, TVGuide.com has learned exclusively. Nathan, who is described as catnip to most members of the opposite sex, transfers to Hollis College where he's on the fast track to law school.
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