Apparently Hannah and Caleb aren't built to last!
Tyler Blackburn, who plays Hannah's (Ashley Benson) brooding boyfriend on Pretty Little Liars, is set to star in...
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.
Pretty Little Liars
Pretty Little Liars is nearing its summer finale when one of 12 possible people will make the ultimate betrayal.
Although at the end of last season, it was finally revealed that Mona (Janel Parrish) was "A," there are still plenty of mysteries to be solved. First, there's the new person calling themselves "A" who continuously torments Aria (Lucy Hale), Emily (Shay Mitchel), Spencer (Troian Bellisario) and Hanna (Ashley Benson). Then there are the unsolved murders of Alison (Sasha Pieterse) and Maya (Bianca Lawson).
Tyler Blackburn and Julian Morris
After a poorly timed romance with Spencer (Troian Bellisario) for two seasons, it looks like Wren (Julian Morris) might have developed feelings for another one of the other Pretty Little Liars. This season, the majority of the hot doc's scenes have included some serious bonding with none other than Spencer's BFF Hanna (Ashley Benson). And now that Caleb's out of the picture, we're left to wonder if Wren will take his place in Hanna's heart — or if we even want him to.
Pretty Little Liars
Midway through Pretty Little Liars Season 3 and "A" is still running rampant. Yes, Mona (Janel Parrish) was put in the loony bin for being caught, but with the texts, games and set-ups it's clear the real A is still calling the shots. So how close are we to finding out who Aria (Lucy Hale), Emily (Shay Mitchell), Spencer (Troian Bellisario) and Hanna (Ashley Benson) are being tormented by? Let's see what we've learned thus far. Plus: Has "A" gotten to all of the foursome's relationships? She's certainly getting there...
Lucy Hale, Ian Harding
"A" has made it her mission to break up the Pretty Little Liars couples, and when the show returns Jan. 2, she shows no signs of letting up.
In the first-look clip from the season premiere below, Aria (Lucy Hale) bumps into Ezra (Ian Harding) on the street in Rosewood and explains why she's been avoiding him. "I can't let anything bad happen to you," Aria says. "Something bad has happened, you won't let me see you," he replies.
Meaghan Martin, Tyler Blackburn
The classic story of Peter Pan is getting a modern retelling with the Alloy web series Wendy.
Meaghan Martin stars as the titular character who must choose between the boy she loves, Jackson, and Pete (Tyler Blackburn), literally the boy of her dream. At first, it's not clear what is real and what's fake because of the mysterious nature in which Pete presents himself, but he becomes more tangible as the series goes on.
Tyler Blackburn, Ashley Benson
Ashley Benson and her Pretty Little Liars character Hanna have one major thing in common: their taste in guys.
"Caleb is definitely my type," she said when asked which of the PLL guys her high school self would want to date. "I like the grungy-looking guys and I love Johnny Depp, and he looks like Johnny Depp."
Delete Digital Drama
ABC Family and Seventeen magazine are joining forces to fight online bullying in an upcoming campaign called Delete Digital Drama.
In our first look of a photo shoot for the campaign, some of the network's biggest stars, including Pretty Little Liars' Shay Mitchell and Tyler Blackburn, Secret Life of the American Teenager's Shailene Woodley and Daren Kagasoff and Nine Lives of Chloe King's Skyler Samuels and Grey Damon, sport matching T-shirts that bear the word "Delete." The spread will appear in Seventeen's August issue.