If you enjoy the twists and turns of teen drama or thrilling mysteries, then beware because there may be a new television series for you to get addicted to, especially if you are already a fan of ABC Family’s hit show “Pretty Little Liars.”
On Tuesday, following the Halloween special of “Pretty Little Liars” on Oct. 22 will be the premiere of the new spin off,
“Ravenswood,” at 9 p.m. “Ravenswood” will be coming from the same executive producers as “Pretty Little Liars.”
For those of you who are unfamiliar with the premise of “Pretty Little Liars,” it is a teen-drama where four friends, Hanna (Ashley Benson), Aria (Lucy Hale), Emily (Shay Mitchell) and Spencer (Troian Bellisario), come together to try to solve the mystery of the death of their best friend and previous leader, Alison (Sasha Pieterse). When Alison died, the group lost touch with each other, but came together a year later when they all realized that they were receiving threatening texts and messages from the same person.
Every threat was signed “A” and the mystery person would bring up secrets that nobody knew about except for Alison. The girls began to believe that Alison was alive until her body was found. Now, in the fourth season, the girls are still trying to uncover the details of what happened to Alison, and even more importantly, who is “A”?
If by chance you are already familiar with “Pretty Little Liars” up to this point, then you probably know of the character, Caleb Rivers, who is played by Tyler Blackburn.
In this new series “Ravenswood,” Caleb moves to the town of Ravenswood, Penn., where he meets four other characters who are also strangers to each other, yet happen to be connected to a curse that has plagued the city for generations.
Nicole Anderson, who has played roles in Disney Channel’s “JONAS L.A.” and ABC Family’s “Make It or Break It,” plays the part of Miranda Collins. Miranda is a witty and confident former foster kid, a fact she hides behind to cover up internal emotional scars.
The character Luke, will be played by Brett Dier. Luke is described on the ABC Family website as a “lone wolf with an old soul” and will make an appearance in the Halloween episode of “Pretty Little Liars.” According to abcfamily.com, it is hard to earn his trust, but once the other characters do, he becomes a very loyal friend.
Olivia, played by Merritt Patterson, is Luke’s twin sister. Olivia was once a happy and carefree girl who has recently experienced a family hardship and begins to question what matters and what doesn’t in her life. This character will also be making an appearance in the “Pretty Little Liars” Halloween episode.
Remy, who will be played by Britne Oldford, is a girl who can easily fit in with any crowd and is determined to find out the truth about the town of Ravenswood, and she will not stop until she finds it.
These five characters will band together to solve the mystery of a curse that has taken control of Ravenswood for many generations.
The characters will also discover that they are all connected in some way.
The show seems like it might be something worth getting into, but it is hard to tell since the producers are not releasing too much information about it. Since “Pretty Little Liars” has been a success, it is very possible that viewers will tune in to check it out. On the other hand, I’m pretty sure dedicated viewers are not going to be very happy about the distance between Hanna and Caleb.
As far as this new big mystery of “Ravenswood” goes, it appears that the show will have a little bit more of a creepy, ghostly feel than “Pretty Little Liars.” Whether that will be a good or bad thing is still up in the air but hopefully, it will not disappoint.
Even if you are not a huge fan of “Pretty Little Liars” but still enjoy a good mystery show, this series might be worth tuning in for. After the “Ravenswood” premiere, new episodes will air every Tuesday night on ABC Family. You can view the cast profiles, a blog, and updates about the show on abcfamily.com.
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