What's in the trunk? Pretty Little Liars fans will find out almost immediately in the Season 4 premiere.
"Within 30 seconds you'll know what's in the trunk," executive producer Marlene King tells TVGuide.com. "We usually have these big reveals in finales, but this is one of the first time we've had had a premiere with lots of answers."
When the ABC Family series wrapped up its third season, viewers watched as Hanna (Ashley Benson), Spencer (Troian Bellisario), Emily (Shay Mitchell), Aria (Lucy Hale) and nemesis Mona (Janel Parrish) were pulled out of a burning house by a shadowy figure that a few of the girls — and the audience — recognized as the dead former Queen Bee Alison DiLaurentis (Sasha Pieterse). Is she really alive? And is she the omniscient Red Coat directing the "A" Team all along? Plus: What did the girls discover in the final moment of the winter finale that had them gasping? King gives us a preview of what's to come below.
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As TV Guide Magazine previously broke, the heat is gonna be on Aria and friends when ABC Family's Pretty Little Liars returns in June. Here's an exclusive first look at Rosewood's newest (and perfectly monikered) law-enforcement officer, played by Sean Faris (The Vampire Diaries).
"This season on Pretty Little Liars, I'm playing Pennsylvania State Police Detective Gabriel Holbrook," reveals Faris. His character will be paired with Nip/Tuck vet Roma Maffia's Det. Linda Tanner "to investigate some of the mysteries that seem to elude the local police."
Fresh off of whatever they saw in the trunk at the end of Tuesday's Pretty Little Liars season finale, those law-breakers have a new problem to deal with! TV Guide Magazine has learned exclusively that Sean Faris has been cast on ABC family's hit teen mystery in the recurring role of Pennsylvania state police officer Gabriel Holbrook.
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Craig and his lying old "I'm in a wheelchair" self showed up at Sam's grave on her birthday. Will shows up as well, and they are confronted by some kid who is glad that Sam's dead. After they awkwardly segue back to 1993, we find out that a pill-popping Sam had thought she caused his mother’s death. But we can all rest — she's a good doctor. You know how I pretty much go on and on about Sam and Will's chemistry? Well, I always feel justified every time I see scenes between Alexa Davalos and Will Estes. When Sam confessed her pill addiction to Will, it was like practice for w