True Blood Season 3 & Premiere Spoilers!

True Blood – Character Promotional Posters

Question: Season 3 has barely started, but I am dying for some True Blood news. Got any to share?
Ausiello:
Exec producer Alan Ball teases that a big secret Bill’s “been carrying with him gets revealed at the end of the season.” That noise you hear is the sound of me dipping into the Ausiello Files archives and going Hmm…

Question: Have you received confirmation from Alan Ball that Talbot and Eric will get, ahem, down to business on True Blood this season?
Ausiello:
No, but I haven’t received a denial from him, either. “I think one of the things about being a vampire and living for 100 years is you pretty much try everything,” Ball says. “Whether or not [Talbot and Eric] end up getting together I can’t reveal. I’ll definitely tell you that this season is pretty pansexual.” Yeah, got that bit from the first two episodes.

Breaking: HBO renews ‘True Blood’

No surprise here: HBO has renewed True Blood for a fourth season, to debut in summer 2011.

The news comes just one week after the hit vampire saga kicked off its third season to near-record ratings.

“The new season of True Blood is off to a terrific start, as enthusiasm for this unique show continues to build among both subscribers and critics,” enthused HBO president Michael Lombardo in a statement. “We’re looking forward to more chills from Alan Ball and his gifted team next year.”

Added exec producer Alan Ball: “I am beyond thrilled to be able to continue working with this amazing cast and crew. This is the most fun I have ever had.”

‘True Blood’ spoiler alert: Eric ‘spurns’ Sookie

true-bloodImage Credit: John P. Johnson/HBOHBO just released the official loglines for True Blood‘s three July episodes and, no joke, they’re pretty bloody spoilery.

“9 Crimes”
SUNDAY, JULY 11 (9:00-10:00 p.m. ET/PT)
“Sookie (Anna Paquin) joins Alcide (Joe Manganiello) at a raucous engagement party for Debbie Pelt (Brit Morgan), his former fiancée; Eric (Alexander Skarsgård) is given a deadline to locate Bill (Stephen Moyer); Andy (Chris Bauer) gets a promotion and draws Jason’s (Ryan Kwanten) attention; Franklin (James Frain) takes Tara (Rutina Wesley) on a road trip; Arlene (Carrie Preston) is irked by Jessica’s (Deborah Ann Woll) arrival at Merlotte’s; Sam (Sam Trammell) brokers a deal with Tommy (Marshall Allman) and his parents, Melinda (J. Smith Cameron) and Joe Lee (Cooper Huckabee); Bill “procures” dinner for Russell (Denis O’Hare) and Lorena (Mariana Klaveno).”

“Trouble”
SUNDAY, JULY 18 (9:00-10:00 p.m.)
“Alcide and Sookie turn to an alpha-wolf “packmaster” for advice on dealing with Russell’s minions; Tara considers a proposal from Franklin, who’s completed his mission for Russell; Joe Lee breaks his promise to Sam and Tommy; Lafayette (Nelsan Ellis) learns the meaning of patience from Jesus (Kevin Alejandro), his mother’s (Alfre Woodard) orderly; Jason meets his match in the mysterious girl Crystal (Lindsay Pulsipher); an heirloom reminds Eric of his past and his ongoing thirst for vengeance.”

“I Got a Right to Sing the Blues”
SUNDAY, JULY 25 (9:00-10:00 p.m.)
“Spurned by Eric, Sookie fears the worst for Bill, whose fate now lies in Lorena’s hands; fueled by a night of bloody passion, Tara executes a desperate plan to stave off Franklin’s advances; in Bon Temps, Tommy finds it difficult to leave the family nest; Jessica puts Pam’s teachings into practice; Jason’s romance with Crystal hits a snag, as does Lafayette’s with Jesus; after revealing his master plan to Eric, Russell visits Louisiana to put it into action.”

True Blood – Blood Suckers Poster

True Blood – Tonight – Countdown Promo

True Blood – Another New Promo

True Blood – One Day Promo

True Blood – Episode 3.01 – Bad Blood – Sneak Peeks

True Blood – Cast Answer Questions from the Fans

True Blood – Season 3 – 2 Days Promo

True Blood – Do Bad Things Promo

True Blood – 3 Days and Counting Promo

True Blood – 5 Day Countdown Promo

True Blood – Sookie & Jessica Five things promo

True Blood – Season 3 New promo

True Blood – Latest from Kristin

What’s the word on True Blood? Are Sookie and Bill really over?
They’re so not in a happy place. But one of them will be in a sexy place. Here’s what I can tell you about the first three episodes: Either Bill or Sookie has sex with someone, and it is hands-down the most unforgettable (you will have dreams/nightmares afterward!) sex scene in the entire run of True Blood so far. Here’s what else you can expect from the first three episodes:

1. Someone tries to commit suicide.
2. Someone tries to kill a sibling.
3. Someone loses his head.
4. Someone is pregnant.
5. Someone has a one night stand–and it’s the last person you’d expect.
6. Someone has an underground sex marathon–and it’s the first person you’d expect.
7. There are more bare backsides than a gym locker room, and one belongs to one Mr. Alexander Skaarsgård. This just in from Alan Ball: You’re welcome.

Source: E!Online

True Blood – SciFi Now Magazine Scans

True Blood – 6 Sneak Peeks

True Blood – Upcoming Episode Descriptions

Episode #28: “9 Crimes”: Sookie joins Alcide at a raucous engagement party for his former fiancée, Debbie Pelt; Eric is given a deadline to locate Bill; Andy gets a promotion and draws Jason’s attention; Franklin takes Tara on a road trip; Arlene is irked by Jessica’s arrival at Merlotte’s; Sam brokers a deal with Tommy and his parents; Bill “procures” dinner for Russell and Lorena. (Written by Kate Barnow & Elisabeth R. Finch; directed by David Petrarca.)
Playdates: July 11, 13, 14, 17 and 28

Episode #29: “Trouble”: Alcide and Sookie turn to an alpha-wolf “packmaster” for advice on how to deal with Russell’s minions. Tara considers a proposal from Franklin, who’s completed his mission for Russell; Joe Lee breaks his promise to Sam and Tommy; Lafayette learns the meaning of patience from Jesus, his mother’s orderly; Jason meets his match in a mysterious girl named Crystal. An heirloom reminds Eric of his past and his ongoing thirst for vengeance. (Written by Nancy Oliver; directed by Scott Winant.)
Playdates: July 18, 20, 21, 24 and 28

Episode #30: “I Got a Right to Sing the Blues”: Spurned by Eric, Sookie fears the worst for Bill, whose fate now lies in Lorena’s hands. Fueled by a night of bloody passion, Tara executes a desperate plan to stave off Franklin’s advances. In Bon Temps, Tommy finds it difficult to leave the family nest; Jessica gets her fix from a Merlotte’s customer; and Jason’s romance with Crystal hits a snag, as does Lafayette’s with Jesus. After revealing his master plan to Eric, Russell pays a visit to Louisiana in order to start executing it. (Written by Alan Ball; directed by Michael Lehmann.)
Playdates: July 25, 27, 28, 30 and 31

Source: The Spoiler Fairy @ SpoilerTV

‘True Blood’ spoiler alert: Eric ‘spurns’ Sookie

Categories: Scoop, True Blood

true-bloodImage Credit: John P. Johnson/HBOHBO just released the official loglines for True Blood‘s three July episodes and, no joke, they’re pretty bloody spoilery.

“9 Crimes”
SUNDAY, JULY 11 (9:00-10:00 p.m. ET/PT)
“Sookie (Anna Paquin) joins Alcide (Joe Manganiello) at a raucous engagement party for Debbie Pelt (Brit Morgan), his former fiancée; Eric (Alexander Skarsgård) is given a deadline to locate Bill (Stephen Moyer); Andy (Chris Bauer) gets a promotion and draws Jason’s (Ryan Kwanten) attention; Franklin (James Frain) takes Tara (Rutina Wesley) on a road trip; Arlene (Carrie Preston) is irked by Jessica’s (Deborah Ann Woll) arrival at Merlotte’s; Sam (Sam Trammell) brokers a deal with Tommy (Marshall Allman) and his parents, Melinda (J. Smith Cameron) and Joe Lee (Cooper Huckabee); Bill “procures” dinner for Russell (Denis O’Hare) and Lorena (Mariana Klaveno).”

“Trouble”
SUNDAY, JULY 18 (9:00-10:00 p.m.)
“Alcide and Sookie turn to an alpha-wolf “packmaster” for advice on dealing with Russell’s minions; Tara considers a proposal from Franklin, who’s completed his mission for Russell; Joe Lee breaks his promise to Sam and Tommy; Lafayette (Nelsan Ellis) learns the meaning of patience from Jesus (Kevin Alejandro), his mother’s (Alfre Woodard) orderly; Jason meets his match in the mysterious girl Crystal (Lindsay Pulsipher); an heirloom reminds Eric of his past and his ongoing thirst for vengeance.”

“I Got a Right to Sing the Blues”
SUNDAY, JULY 25 (9:00-10:00 p.m.)
“Spurned by Eric, Sookie fears the worst for Bill, whose fate now lies in Lorena’s hands; fueled by a night of bloody passion, Tara executes a desperate plan to stave off Franklin’s advances; in Bon Temps, Tommy finds it difficult to leave the family nest; Jessica puts Pam’s teachings into practice; Jason’s romance with Crystal hits a snag, as does Lafayette’s with Jesus; after revealing his master plan to Eric, Russell visits Louisiana to put it into action.”

True Blood – Episode 3.12 – Evil is Going On (Season Finale)

True Blood — A Beginner’s Guide Before Season 3

With only a couple days until the season 3 premiere of True Blood, there are no doubt a lot of people out there wondering what all the hype is about. After all, True Blood, like the Sopranos and Dexter, is a cable show, and not everyone has access to pay channels like HBO and Showtime. So, with those potential fans in mind, here’s a run down of everything you need to know as we begin season 3 of True Blood.

What the Hell is This Show About Anyway?

It’s easy to buy into the notion that True Blood is yet another vampire/werewolf show, designed to capitalize on the popularity of Stephanie Meyer’s Twilight series. The comparisons of the two series, both based on popular novels, stop at vampires and supernatural creatures.

One of the show’s unique features is that it takes place on both a global and local level.

Globally, True Blood imagines a world in which vampires have come “out of the coffin” and announced their presence to the world. A Japanese company has created a synthetic blood beverage, called “Tru Blood,” which provides all the nutritional benefits of real blood without the unfortunate consequences to “donors.” As a result, vampires are out and about at night, enjoying their “lives” as real citizens.

Not everyone appreciates the vampires, though. Several religious and political activist groups (namely the Fellowship of the Sun church) have tried to make the vamps go away. This has caused the vampires to fight for equal rights. Throughout the series, we have seen television clips of vampire leaders advocating on television for the Vampire Rights Amendment.

Other supernatural groups exist in this world, too, namely shapeshifters, who are capable of taking the form of various animals. There has also been mention of werewolves, too, although at this point, prior to season 3’s start, we have not actually met any werewolves. In season 2, we were also introduced to a maenad who represented a significant threat to all of the characters. It’s important to note that in Charlaine Harris’ novels, there are a lot of supernatural creatures lurking all over the place – fairies, werepanthers, weretigers, etc.

No Black Lagoon critters, though. Sigh.

On a local level, the story is set in Bon Temps, Louisiana. Bon Temps is a backwoods southern small town, about a half hour or so out of Shreveport. The town is populated by a unique group of people whose lives are affected in dynamic ways by the supernatural presence around them.

Why Bon Temps? Who knows? Maybe there’s something special about this place that draws otherworldly beings.

So True Blood is really about the effect of a political movement on everyday America. If you thought the show had a lot in common with Twilight, you might want to reconsider.

Who ARE These People (and Why Should I Care)?

Like most memorable television shows, True Blood’s value is in its characters. We only care about what’s happening if we care about them. Here are the characters you need to know right away.

Sookie Stackhouse: Sookie is a barmaid at Merlotte’s Bar & Grill. She’s perky, pretty and proud. She’s also telepathic. At first she sees this gift as a disability, but eventually realizes that it can come quite handy. Sookie falls in love with Bill pretty much at first sight, mainly because she can’t read the minds of vampires – something to do with them being dead.

What you need to know most about her is that she is brave and resourceful. Regardless of the odds, Sookie somehow manages to rise above her station in life to stand up for herself and those she loves.

Bill Compton: Bill is a vampire who moves back into his family’s estate in Bon Temps after the vampires made themselves public. Bill is reasonable, intelligent, and – at times – controlling. He hates that he is a vampire and tries his best to be more like humans. His love for Sookie is deep and passionate, and he has nearly sacrificed his life to save hers.

Eric Northman: Eric is a vampire who runs Fangtasia, a vampire bar in Shreveport. He is also the vampire sheriff of Area Five in Louisiana, putting him in charge of every vampire in the vicinity, including Bill. Eric is fair and thoughtful, but ultimately self-serving. Like Bill, though, he is passionate about Sookie, and makes no bones about wanting to jump hers.

Sam Merlotte: Sam is the owner of Merlotte’s Bar & Grill in Bon Temps. Sam is also a shapeshifter. He is rare in that he can take the shape of virtually any animal he chooses, but he usually prefers to be a collie. At his core, Sam is loyal and loving, yet he also has a great internal conflict. He doesn’t seem to know his place in the world and thinks that he needs to discover who his birth parents are in order to answer the question.

Tara Thornton: Tara is Sookie’s best friend. She was raised by an alcoholic mother and harbors a lot of bitterness towards her, although events in season 2 have helped her to let go of some of this resentment. On the surface, Tara is stubborn and tough, but underneath she is quite insecure and afraid of being alone.

Jason Stackhouse: Sookie’s brother. Jason is thick-headed, foolhardy, and completely self-involved. He’s easily fooled and has a Forrest Gump-esque way of being in the right place at the right time.

Jessica Hamby: Jessica is a 16-year old who was turned into a vampire by Bill as punishment for killing another vamp at Fangtasia. At first, Jessica was timid and scared, but as she has recognized her power, she has developed a hunger and is quite unstable. She fell in love with Jason’s best friend, Hoyt, but heartbreak has only poisoned her.

Lafayette Reynolds: Lafayette is the cook at Merlotte’s Bar & Grill, but he’s much more than that. He’s also a drug dealer (specializing in selling vampire blood, of ‘V’ as it’s called on the street), a male prostitute, and an all-around bad ass. After being taken captive by Eric for illegally selling ‘V,’ Lafayette has become more withdrawn and frightened.

Other characters of note are Pam, Eric’s sarcastic second-in-command, Hoyt, Jason’s best friend, and Andy Bellefleur, the alcoholic local detective. Arlene is Sookie’s co-worker and friend at Merlotte’s, and Terry Bellefleur is a shell-shocked war vet who works for Sam.

What Do I Need To Know, Plot-Wise, Before Starting Season Three?

The toughest part about watching a new television series without having seen any previous episodes is trying to figure out what the hell is going on. Some procedural shows make this easy by making each episode self-contained, but True Blood is not procedural. Its story is told in season long arcs, with events from previous seasons coming back to effect the characters and plot.

So, which events are important to know about, since this article can’t replace a more thorough episode guide?

Here are five events you need to keep in mind going into season 3.

1. Sookie has shared the blood of both Bill and Eric. In season 1, Sookie rescued Bill from a couple wicked vampire drainers (looking to score ‘V’ to sell), and was later jumped and beaten to within an inch of her life. Bill gave Sookie his blood to heal her, since vampire blood has healing qualities. Bill also gave Sookie his blood after she was attacked by Maryann the maenad in season 2.

In season 2, after members of the Fellowship of the Sun attacked a group of vampires, Eric was struck by a bullet and encouraged Sookie to remove the bullet from him by sucking it out of him.

Ingesting the blood of a vampire gives them the ability to sense the person’s feelings and location. It also causes the person who took the blood to have heightened senses, and makes them more sexually motivated. Taking Eric’s blood will be a pivotal concern of season 3.

2. Jason killed Tara’s boyfriend, Eggs. It was established early in the series that Tara has a major crush on Sookie’s brother, and has since they were kids. At the end of season 2, though, Tara had finally developed what looked like a positive romantic relationship with Eggs, one of the maenad’s puppets. Eggs, unfortunately, discovered that he had been the maenad’s main murder weapon. In an attempt to turn himself over to Andy Bellefleur, he was shot by Jason. Jason thought that Eggs, who was holding the knife he had used to help Maryann kill her victims, was going to kill Andy, so he took action. Now, Tara’s boyfriend is dead, killed by the one man she has always held a candle for. Expect fireworks here.

3. Sam found out the whereabouts of his birth parents. After nearly getting killed by Maryann in a ritual sacrifice to bring the god Dionysus to Earth, Sam realized he needed to know more about his roots. He returned to his foster parents, from whom he had run away as a teenager, demanding some information. His foster father gave him an address while on his death bed. Sam will be visiting these people. Who know where this is headed…

4. Bill was kidnapped. At the end of season 2, Bill takes Sookie to a fancy French restaurant and proposes marriage. Unsure of what to say, Sookie excuses herself to the restroom. She returns, ready to say “yes,” and finds that Bill is missing. Where is he?

5. Bill was held captive by his maker, Lorena. During season 2, Sookie and Bill went to Dallas to help Eric locate his maker, Godric, who had offered himself as a sacrifice to the Fellowship of the Sun. In Dallas, Bill encountered Lorena, his maker, whom he had not seen in years. We learned that a maker has a remarkable hold on his or her “children,” and that Lorena’s hold on Bill is quite strong. If she calls, he has to come.

Pretty Little Liars: 1.01 “Pilot” Episode Recap

Pretty Little Liars – Episode 1.01 – Pilot – Recap/Review

Pretty Little Liars – 1.01 “Pilot” – Recap/Review

The show starts pretty suddenly at the slumber party, where only four of the girls – Aria, Spencer, Hanna and Emily – are, listening to music and drinking something. Within ten seconds the lights go off and the girls are left wondering who the hell turned them off, and also thunder cracks outside, icing on the cake. They hear noises and somehow the door opens. Huddling together, the girls anticipate whats lurking behind that door. Oh, is that Alison? Just playing a mean trick on the poor girls. She should know better.

Yep, she’s only there a few seconds and she already seems like a bitch. Someone I wouldn’t invite over for a slumber party. In fact, I would have locked that door tight and she wouldn’t have gotten in. Jokes on you, hun. But, a quick scene change later, only three of the girls are lying sleeping. Well, not exactly, Aria wakes, though she looks perfectly content for just waking up, like she only closed her eyes two seconds before, and wakes the others, noticing Spencer and Alison aren’t there. They too wake up eerily fast. Whenever I wake up, I usually look like hell- hair all over the place, my eyes twitching uncontrollably- but these girls really are sleeping beauties. Hanna only had her eyes open a second before asking where Spencer and Alison were. Wow, talk about a gift. Spencer returns and tells them Alison is gone, and she heard a scream.

A year later – wow in two minutes – Alison is still missing. Aria has returned home from a year in Europe with her family, and in walks her mother, played by the fabulous Holly Marie Combs (and if you know exactly what I am talking about, ala Charmed, then you should know why I love her), and Aria suddenly brings up Alison’s disappearance. I know the show is sort of about that, but it’s kind of like the overused subject. I already feel this way, and it’s only three minutes in. Aria’s younger brother needs to be taken to school, so Aria offers, and while her mum and brother are away, the father makes sure his daughter is alright. Yet she replies “Dad, still keeping your secret.” Okay, out the blue much, I know this show is about secrets but seriously, they had to push that into our faces? Of course he didn’t mean the obvious affair he had, but Aria soon leaves with her brother for practice.

So Aria has dropped her brother off at school, wants her to pick him back up at 6:00, it’s now 4:15, what is a 16-year-old girl to do? Oh I know, go to a bar, and ask for a cheeseburger. Before I go any further I must admit I do like the pilot, just so you all don’t think I’m just slamming the show, I just like to point out the downers a lot. Don’t worry, the good will come. Anyway, she’s sitting close to a good-looking guy, both sitting alone. Aria also spots a MISSING poster for Alison. Aria and the mystery man get talking, and he is going to start his first teaching job, and Aria is interested in him, and he is interested in her. Surely that gave her a hint that he was, in fact, a teacher, and how many schools could there be in Rosewood, a small town. What were the odds that he’d turn out to be her English teacher. They wanna know more about each other, and woop they’re… somewhere… kissing and touching all over the place.

Now comes the opening credits, with the theme song “Secret” by The Pierces, and it’s a good opening sequence I admit, with the pretty little liars sort of dressing Alison up and then her coffin closes and they’re standing by it all secretive and then the very nice title of the show comes up on the screen. Nice font too. Very swirly.

Hanna’s turn. She’s at a mall. Trying on some sunglasses. Typical popular girl. She’s trying on a few glasses actually, while her friend tries on scarves. And Spencer, who isn’t with her, is looking at clothes at the other side of the mall. Hanna leaves the store, with the glasses still on her head, to talk to Spencer. Hanna points out, very well, that Spencer is a very smart girl, while she is all glitz and glamour. Spencer then brings up Alison, and I don’t mean to sound rude but they’re really pushing Alison’s disappearance in our face, the writers could have been a little more discreet. Morbid topic. But Hanna helps Spencer get a nice top for the meeting of Spencer’s sister’s fiance. Hanna then leaves, passes a security guy, who looks like he’s about to catch her stealing them glasses, but instead hands her the bag she left, and Hanna leaves with her shoplifter friend.

Now I’m assuming it’s the next day, because Aria’s father has dropped Aria and her brother off at school. Once the brother leaves, oh, another mention of the secret the dad is keeping. Seriously. Once Aria leaves, she has a flashback, one of her and Alison walking home with Mona keenly following them, then Aria soon finds her dad’s car parked hidden, with a woman who isn’t his wife in the front seat, kissing. Poor Aria, but once snapped out of her flashback, Emily greets her. They lost touch during the past year, with all four main characters. And there we have it, Alison. Alison this, Alison that. Emily pronounces her dead, shocking Aria. They make it in the classroom, and Emily tells Aria that Hanna is the “It” girl when she walks in. Spencer walks in, they’re friendly, not friends.

The teacher is now inside. Wait, I recognize that hair. It’s Aria’s guy from the bar, he’s… the English teacher! He says “oh crap” when he looks at Aria, so everyone naturally looks at her. Aria’s phone rings (naughty) and she sees that she has a text message, from “A” – ‘Maybe he fools around with students all of the time. A lot of teachers do. Just ask your dad’, it reads. It does sound like Alison.

Emily is home, talking about some new family moving into Alison’s old house. Emily’s mum makes her take a welcome basket to them, where Emily meets a girl her age named Maya. Emily rummaged around Alison’s old things, which I’m surprised her parents didn’t take with them, and Maya asks Emily for help with her boxes. Maya asks a few questions, though Emily changes it so she asks her a question. She notices a photo of her boyfriend on her drawers, but their relationship is now too distant. Emily also enlightens her that she has a boyfriend. Emily also tells her she’s a swimmer, and Maya bets she’s good, and compliments her body, bless her. Weird enough, Maya wants to smoke some weed, with a girl she just met about two minutes twenty seven seconds ago, and Emily is more than keen to try some – her first time.

We’re now onto Spencer, who seems to be the most real of the mains at this point, while the other three seem forced. She’s in her garden, her sister just coming out of a loft Spencer spent so much time and effort into renovating. Spencer’s sister compliments it, and it makes Spencer happy, until she breaks the news that she is moving into it with her fiance. Major blow for Spencer there – she put in the grades, gave up her summer, just so she could move into it herself. But her sister keeps that smile on her face, even when her fiance walks out, and Spencer walks away furious and upset.

Night time. Wren, Spencer’s sister’s fiance, puts out a cigararette in a plant pot (littering is a crime), and Spencer is in the middle of reading. They talk, and Wren feels sorry for taking her loft away from her, and Spencer tells him she likes him, which is unusual. Now it’s day time, and Aria is walking down a corridor of school to get to her teacher’s, or lover’s, room. The teacher is confused about his feelings for Aria, but he can’t be with her, he’s her teacher! But Aria seems determined to make it work, though the teacher leaves. Now we’re onto Emily and Maya, walking along, their hands extremely close. Emily was walking her home, and when they get there, two men throw Alison’s old things into the van. I know she’s dead and all, but they suck at getting rid of things, I mean, have a little respect. Are they really doing their jobs right? Emily tells Maya what happened to Alison, and they, sorta, kiss goodbye. After a day of knowing each other, they’re already on first base.

At practice, Emily walks into the changing rooms, fresh out the shower I assume, and walks to her locker. Spencer is also there, and Emily quickly finds a note – ‘Hey Em! I’ve been replaced, you’ve found another friend to kiss! – A’. That “A”! Such a sneaky one. Alison? Has to be! Spencer is now in her kitchen, and Wren has walked in on her in her bikini. He’s also half-naked. And he mentions he was at medical school, and helps Spencer with a slight back problem. She seems to like his technique a little too much, but the sound of the door and her sister’s voice pulls them away, and Spencer quickly leaves. Next up, Aria’s mum and dad, sort of happy to be back at Rosewood. Talk, talk, talk, quick hint at a secret, talk. And there you have it, another mention of Alison. Spencer is now lying in bed reading, then hearing a noise outside, she looks out her window to see her sister and Wren about to enter her loft, kissing. A message on her computer draws her away, and it’s from “A” – ‘Poor Spencer. Always wants Melissa’s boyfriends. But remember, if you kiss I tell.’ A flashback with Spencer, Alison and Hanna shows that Spencer once kissed Melissa’s boyfriend before, and Alison threatens Spencer to tell her, but Spencer threatens her back about “the Jenna thing”.

Emily meets Aria at Aria’s house, and they both tell each other that they got notes from an “A”, though too personal to share. They can’t show anyone, or their secrets will be out. Dinner time at Hanna’s house now, and Hanna’s mum is making food for Hanna. They discuss how Hanna’s father left them not long ago, and Hanna also picks at her food. The doorbell rings, it’s the police, and they arrest Hanna for shoplifting, to Hanna’s mother’s surprise. Down at the police station, Hanna is extremely anxious while her mother tries to settle with the officer. Hanna’s phone rings, a message from “A” – Be careful, Hanna. I hear prison food makes you fat.’ Low one, even for you, A! Soon, her mum leaves with Hanna, and in the car, they discuss her problem, how she shoplifts because of the abandonment from her father. Hanna’s mum also tells her she’s taking care of the problem.

Emily is walking through the cold street when an ambulance passes, and like any respectful pedestrian, she follows it to a crowd outside a house. Maya tells Emily that they have found her friend, Alison, dead. Hanna shows up, and Aria pulls up in her car, and Spencer is standing across the street. How they all knew Alison was dead is beyond me and to come to that place is beyond me. Spencer, Aria and Hanna bring up the Jenna Thing, revealing that they promised never to talk about it. Hanna is now home, watching a news report about the discovery of Alison’s body, and reveals a killer is at large in Rosewood – pretty freaky stuff. The front door opens and in comes Hanna’s mum and the police officer she said she would take care of, and now we all know how she will accomplish this as she takes him up the stairs. After snogging his face off in front of her daughter, of course.

Now we’re at the church, Alison’s funeral. Aria is upstairs, and the teacher she likes comes up and apologizes for being a jerk. She gives him a sweet kiss and walks away, but he pulls her back for a more passionate kiss. Soon following, Aria walks away, leaving a confused teacher. Now she’s at the funeral, meeting Alison’s mother, who looks perfectly content after her daughter being killed and is being buried that very day. The other girls are sitting at the front, and Aria sits with them. Alison would love the attention, they say. And there goes Aria’s phone again, she needs to learn how to put that thing on silent. They soon start revealing that they all got messages from “A”, and the infamous Jenna also arrives, causing quite a stir among the girls. And bless Jenna, she’s blind.

The funeral is quickly over, and the girls walk out closer than ever. A detective pulls them over and wants to talk to them to talk about their statements of Alison’s disappearance, since it’s now a murder. He scares them by telling them he will find out the truth. All of their phones go off, with a message from “A” – ‘I’m still here bitches. And I know everything.’ The ending reminds me of the ending of the pilot episode of Desperate Housewives, where the four housewives gather following the suicide of Mary Alice and find a letter that was sent to her the day she killed herself. The camera even moves backwards and upwards just like it.

Recap and Review by Gavin Hetherington.

Glee Season 2 Spoilers!

Glee – Summer Promo

Glee – John Stamos to guest star

When you’re watching tonight’s season finale of Glee, and Emma mentions that she’s been dating her dentist, go ahead and draw yourself a mental picture of… John Stamos!
Yup, I hear the Fox hit and the actor formerly known as Uncle Jesse are nearing a deal for him to recur next season as Will’s competition for the cutest neurotic at McKinley High.
And if the agreement gets made, bet on a sing-off between her two suitors: Though Stamos is best known for his TV roles, he’s also got street cred on Broadway, having appeared in such musicals as Bye Bye Birdie.
Source: EW

Glee – Matt Lucas to Guest?

English tabloid the Sun is reporting that Matt Lucas is set to Guest on Glee. Take with a pinch of salt as the Sun is not the most reliable of sources.
MATT LUCAS has been a giant baby, a teenage chav and a gay-hating gay, so a part in Glee will be nae bother.
He’s landed the role of a muddled Brit teacher with a secret love for musicals in the hit US TV show. A solo song is being lined up too.
But he might be entering a war zone, cast members locked in to long-term contracts are less than happy at missing out on the hit show’s mega profits.
The Little Britain star has a hectic year ahead. He’ll have to fit his Glee stint around filming new BBC series Come Fly With Me with pal DAVID WALLIAMS.
Source: The Sun

Glee – Renewed For 3rd Season

In a huge vote of confidence for the zeitgeist-cracking drama, Fox has ordered a third season of Glee from Ryan Murphy Television and 20th Century Fox TV, EW has learned exclusively.

Season-to-date, Glee is the No. 1 new scripted series among adults 18-49 and adults 18-34, and has averaged 9.4 million total viewers. During its spring telecasts, the musical dramedy, starring Jane Lynch, Matthew Morrison, and Lea Michele, averaged a 5.6/14 among 18-49 and 13.3 million viewers. It wraps its first season on Tuesday, June 8. “In just one year, Glee has transcended the television landscape and emerged as a global pop culture phenomenon,” said Peter Rice, the Fox Networks Group Entertainment Chairman, in a statement.

Added Fox Entertainment President Kevin Reilly, “Everything about Glee – from the concept to the characters to the marketing – has been innovative and risky, but with [series creator] Ryan Murphy tapping into the zeitgeist, the risk has paid off with this truly remarkable series. Glee has one of the most active, devoted fan bases I’ve ever seen, and we couldn’t be more thrilled to give Gleeks a third season of their favorite show.”

Murphy also released the following statement: “It’s been a whirlwind year – from shooting the pilot to performing at the White House to the concert tour that began last week – and yet we all feel like we’ve just begun this amazing musical journey. We think our Gleeks worldwide are going to love what we’ll have in store for them in seasons two and three.”

Along with the positive message it sends about the network’s commitment to the show, there are numerous financial benefits to giving a series like Glee a two-year pickup. Not only does it help cut production costs over the long haul, it allows Murphy and his writers a chance to plan ahead (if not breathe a much-needed sigh of relief). Most important, it gives the studio a head start in taking the episodes out into the syndication marketplace. Promising new dramas like NCIS: LA and The Mentalist, for example, sold in syndication in their first and second years, respectively.

In the next original episode, airing on May 25, Glee will feature the music of Lady Gaga when Will (Morrison) encourages the glee club members to express themselves using the pop superstar’s music. Meanwhile, Rachel (Michele) has a life-changing encounter, and Tina (Jenna Ushkowitz) embraces her inner goth.

The second season of Glee, which has already earned a Peabody, a Golden Globe, and a Screen Actors Guild award, will kick off this fall on Tuesdays at 8 p.m.
Source: EW


Glee Season 1 Finale Recap: “Journey”

‘Glee’: ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’ and ‘Don’t Stop Believin” rock the ‘Glee’ finale

Source: Zap2it.com

TThumbnail image for Glee-Fox-Cast-320.jpghe first season of “Glee” has come to an end, and I have three initial thoughts: 1) I’m not kidding about that Queen episode, Ryan Murphy; 2) If Jane Lynch doesn’t get an Emmy there is no justice in this world; and 3) I started the season with pretty high expectations, and “Glee” surpassed them by a mile.

Regionals: After discovering that Sue will be a judge at Regionals, our heroes immediately start bewailing the Glee Club’s demise. The other judges on the “celebrity” panel are a still-hilarious Josh Groban, Olivia Newton-John (who’s dead to Sue), and news anchor Rod Remington. “Aural Intensity” (…really?) is first up, performing a Groban/ONJ mashup that we regrettably don’t get to see.

Inspired by the kids’ performance in the beginning of the season, Will chooses a Journey medley as New Directions’ piece. Seriously, what have they been rehearsing all season? Songs for when they sing at the mall and retirement homes? (Ah, choir memories…) They begin with “Faithfully,” performed with beautiful harmonies and powerful vocals by Rachel and Finn, who pulls a “Cutting Edge” and confesses his love to Rachel seconds before they go on. Aww!

The group moves into an energetic “Any Way You Want It” and “Touchin’ Lovin’ Squeezin’.” They close with “Don’t Stop Believin’,” the song that hooked me on the show from the beginning (well, that and Emma’s joke about Rachel’s lack of gag reflex, which proved this wasn’t just a musical version of “The Secret Life of the American Teenager”). Puck and Santana share a verse, and Puck gets a big cheer from the extremely enthusiastic crowd.

New Directions puts on a tough act to follow, but Vocal Adrenaline is more than up to the task. In a blatant (and successful) attempt to win my favor, they perform “Bohemian Rhapsody,” with Jonathan Groff absolutely killing on lead vocals. Say what you will about Jesse, but the man can SING. They’re certainly more choreographed than New Directions, which I suppose you can say lacks soul (Rachel certainly believes it does — or at least that Jesse does), but you’ve gotta admit it was an awesome performance.

At judging, Sue initially doesn’t care who comes in first or second, but has “a very strong opinion about who comes in third.” Rod votes for Vocal Adrenaline based on the fact that he partied “hard” with Freddie Mercury back in the 70’s — you know, when labels weren’t so important. ONJ votes for Aural Intensity, since they’re the only group that chose to “honor her in song.” It’s unfortunate — I can tell she’s funny, but without the ability to form realistic facial expressions, ONJ just can’t land the punch lines as hard as she’d otherwise be able to.

At any rate, Josh Groban thinks New Directions had heart. ONJ disagrees — not only were they SO 2009 with their “ragtag bunch of misfits” brand of tokenism, but they dressed like a “poor person’s school” to boot. Plus, everyone knows brunettes have no place in show business. Ha! (And ouch.)

Sue actually steps up to remind everyone that they’re ragging on kids, but ONJ doesn’t relent — talent is talent, and Sue doesn’t even have any, for that matter. She’s no celebrity — she just tries hard. Ouch. Rod agrees, calling Sue and the New Directions kids “underachievers with delusions of grandeur.” Double ouch. Even Josh Groban is confused as to why Sue’s a judge in the first place when they’re all supposed to be celebrities. Snaaaap.

Results time! Sue: “Thank you all for coming. As you all know, Glee Club is such an important- and I honestly can’t even finish that sentence. So let’s just get to it.” The “not at all stupidly-named Aural Intensity” are runners-up, while the top prize goes to Vocal Adrenaline. New Directions doesn’t even place. Aww. I hope they learned a valuable lesson about how Queen is always the right decision.

The Aftermath: Stripped of their choir room, the Glee kids all gather in the auditorium to thank Will for the myriad ways he’s helped them all. It’s seriously touching, especially when Finn basically calls Will his surrogate father. They “won” because Will was their teacher (cheesy but sweet), and thanks to him, Glee Club won’t ever die. Um, except in the literal sense? And they sing a very appropriate “To Sir, With Love.” Even Santana is crying! And so is Sue as she watches from the back of the auditorium.

Sue won’t admit it to Will, but she actually voted for New Directions, putting Vocal Adrenaline in last place, even! She tells him that she doesn’t want a world where she can’t constantly ridicule his hair, or make fun of him for “tearing up more than Michael Landon on a sweeps week episode of ‘Little House on the Prairie.'” Ha!

And so Sue’s demanded that Figgins give Glee Club another year, telling Will she admires him and his work with the kids (and relishes the thought of another year of constantly besting him). One last threat to puke in his mouth as he thanks her, and she’s off. Man, I’m definitely going to miss my weekly Sue fix this summer. Can we get all the local FOX stations to air a “Sue’s Corner” each week, at the very least?

After telling the kids the good news, Will treats them to a song of their own: “Somewhere Over the Rainbow.” Random choice, but very pretty. He plays a … ukulele? And Puck accompanies him on normal-sized guitar and sings backup. I can’t wait to explore the secondary characters even more next season — one of the show’s biggest strengths is the depth of its roster, and there’s still plenty more to be mined there. Puck and Santana both have fantastic and underused singing voices, for example.

A Gleek is Born: Quinn goes into labor right after the New Directions performance, bringing Mercedes and Puck to the hospital along with her mom, who’s taking Quinn back now that her dad is kicked out for having an affair with some “tattooed freak.” It was kind of cheesy and obvious, but I really loved the cuts back and forth between “Bohemian Rhapsody” and Quinn’s labor. I mean, if you’re gonna do it, you’d better really go for it, right? I also loved Puck during the whole ordeal, listening to Quinn yelling about how much he sucks and looking super grossed out when he sees the baby coming.

Based on the flashback we got of Beth’s conception, the “you suck” is totally deserved — Puck is basically pouring wine coolers down Quinn’s throat, assuring her he’s got protection and that she’s not just another hookup. Not that Quinn wasn’t responsible for it too, but Puck kind of does suck. Or did suck, at least. Seems like he’s cleaned up his act a little since then.

Beth is a beautiful little girl in the way that only newborn TV babies can be, and she’s snapped up right away by a loving mom: Shelby! As Shelby told Rachel after she asked Shelby to come co-coach at McKinley, she needs more in life than just coaching Glee Club — her experience with Rachel helped her to realize that. She doesn’t want to miss out on the chance for a family again, and so she adopts Beth.

Hmm. While I’m certainly happy with the development, I’m a little skeptical that there wasn’t already an adoption arranged since that was the plan all along, and I’m surprised that Shelby was able to adopt so quickly. But on a show where characters randomly break into song, I can’t really complain about the lack of realism, can I?

Will vs. The Dentist: Will visits Emma early in the episode for guidance on how to deal with Sue. Emma provides said guidance, but also mentions that she’s been seeing her dentist. Hmm. On the one hand, it makes sense that she’d want to date someone who cleans teeth for a living. On the other hand, it seems like she wouldn’t want to date someone who puts his hands in strangers’ mouths all day. Maybe that’s why they haven’t done it yet (and seriously, I can’t believe Will asked).

After Regionals, Emma gets into a screaming match with Higgins when he gives the choir room to the “Mock UN” You know, I probably still wouldn’t know Azerbaijan existed if I hadn’t represented it in Model UN. Will’s given up on Glee Club, but Emma still wants to fight. You know, for the kids’ sake. Not for Will. Will: “I love you, Emma. There. I finally said it. And you love me, and dentist or no dentist, this thing isn’t over between us.” And he kisses her! Oh, good — I’m glad that’s ending on a positive note.

Odds and Ends:

  • I’m pretty okay with the Vocal Adrenaline win. Their performance was pretty freaking sweet, and this way the Glee kids have something to work toward next year!
  • How did the audience get glow sticks during Vocal Adrenaline’s performance? It kinda reminded me of when I went to see “Xanadu” on Broadway, where they hand out glow sticks as you go in to wave around during the final song. Someone in the balcony dropped theirs, and it hit me on the nose! Try explaining that at work when people ask how you cut your face.
  • Congrats to Jane Lynch on her marriage!
  • Maybe the Glee writers could spend the summer actually writing “I’m a Winner and You’re Fat.” I’d totally buy it, especially if it came packaged with a copy of Sue’s journal!

Sue’s Corner:

  • “I know you think I’m heartless, Will, and you may have a point. I spend large segments of each day picturing you choking on food, and I recently contacted an exotic animal dealer because I had a very satisfying dream that the two of us went to a zoo and I shoved your face into one of those pink inflamed monkey butts that weeps lymph.”
  • “…Your hair looks like briar patch. I keep expecting racist animated Disney characters to pop up and start singing songs about livin’ on the bayou.”
  • “It’s as barren as me in here, Will.”

Music:

  • “Faithfully/Any Way You Want It/Touchin’ Lovin’ Squeezin’/Don’t Stop Believin'” by Journey, performed by New Directions
  • “Bohemian Rhapsody” by Queen, performed by Vocal Adrenaline
  • “To Sir, With Love” theme by Lulu, performed by New Directions
  • “Somewhere Over the Rainbow” from “The Wizard of Oz,” performed by Will and Puck

Secret Life of the American Teenager: New Season 3 Spoilers!


Get Caught up with a ‘Secret Life’ Marathon on Monday

The Secret Life of the American Teenager returns to ABCFamily with all new episodes starting Monday at 8pm, but before that, you can spend the day catching up with a 9-episode marathon!

Season 3 Spoilers

For over 3 months, we’ve had the answer to the question of whether Adrian’s pregnant on this site.  Now, with the show’s return less than a week away, we’ve removed spoilers related to the possible pregnancy; you’ll have to tune in on June 7 to learn whether Adrian’s truly pregnant or not.

June 7

  • 11 AM  2-14  “Til It’s Gone”
  • Noon  2-15  “Loved and Lost”

[Once again, they’ve left our favorite episode, “Just Say Me”, out of the marathon.]

  • 1 PM  2-17  “The Second Time Around”
  • 2 PM  2-18  “Let’s Try That Again”
  • 3 PM  2-19  “The Rhythm of Life”
  • 4 PM  2-20  “Mistakes Were Made”
  • 5 PM  2-22  “Good Girls & Boys”
  • 6 PM 2-23  “I Got You Babe”
  • 7  PM  2-24  “Ben There, Done That”


‘Secret Life’ Season 3 Promo and Preview

All is set for the return of ABC Family‘s The Secret Life of the American Teenager on June 7, and the show has received extra attention after confirming a guest spot for real-life pregnant te…

Secret life of the American Teenager – Season 3 – 5 Sneak Peeks

The Secret Life of the American Teenager – Season 3 – Promo 5

Secret life of the American Teenager – Season 3 Promo Clips

The Secret Life of the American Teenager – Daren Kagasoff and Megan Park Interview

Exclusive – The Secret Life of the American Teenager – Til It’s Gone – Casting Sides

The Secret Life of the American Teenager – Accentuate the Positive – Press Release

AMY GETS AN OFFER TO STUDY IN NEW YORK FOR THE SUMMER, AND ADRIAN HAS MORNING SICKNESS, ON “THE SECRET LIFE OF THE AMERICAN TEENAGER,” PREMIERING MONDAY, JUNE 14, AT 8:00PM ET/PT ON ABC FAMILY

Though Ben and Amy are excited to be back together, Amy weighs an opportunity to study music over the summer in New York, but has to juggle her responsibilities as a mother, and Ben is still uncertain if Adrian has been honest with him. Meanwhile, Ashley skips school to help comfort Adrian through bouts of morning sickness, and Ricky, who overhears that Adrian might be pregnant, goes to confront her about it. And Jack is desperately trying to find someone to stay with so that his parents can move away, on “Accentuate the Positive,” an all-new episode of the hit ABC Family drama series “The Secret Life of the American Teenager,” airing Monday, June 14, (8:00 – 9:00 PM ET/PT).The series cast includes Shailene Woodley, Ken Baumann, Mark Derwin, India Eisley, Greg Finley, Daren Kagasoff, Megan Park, Francia Raisa with Steve Schirripa and Molly Ringwald. Reid Scott, Mayim Bialik, Phillip Anthony-Rodriguez, Renee Olstead, Camille Winbush, Allen Evangelista, Amy Rider, Brando Eaton, Luke Zimmerman, Grant Harvey and Kathy Kinney also guest star. Special guest star is Josie Bissett. Created and executive-produced by Brenda Hampton (“7th Heaven”). Source: ABC Family

The Secret Life of the American Teenager – Episode 3.02 – Promo 2

The Secret Life of the American Teenager – Episode 3.02 – Promo

The Secret Life of the American Teenager – Episode 1.03 – Get Out of Town – Promotional Photos

THE SECRET LIFE OF THE AMERICAN TEENAGER – “Get Out of Town” – Ben decides to try his hardest not to tell Amy about his secret. Meanwhile, Amy realizes she may have a chance to go on her music course after all, in an all-new episode of ABC Family’s original series, “The Secret Life of the American Teenager,” premiering Monday, June 21 (8:00 – 9:00 PM ET/PT).

3.1  “Do Over”  Monday, June 7, 2010  at 8 PM

  • Jack’s dad Reverend Stone (Tom Virtue) informs Jack he and Jack’s mother are moving out of town for a new job, but he gives Jack the option to live with a friend.  Where will he go?
  • George takes Ashley to Dr. Hightower (Deborah Raffin); to cover this, Ashley and George come up with a convoluted lie to convince Anne that Ashley’s joining the track team. Ricky takes an interest in Ashley.
  • Ben reveals his love for Amy; Amy’s confused when Ben then ignores her. Adrian tells Ben the news about her pregnancy.  Grace arrives at Ben’s house with news.
  • Madison (Renee Olstead) is acting strangely.
  • Recurring guest stars returning in this episode include: Henry (Allen Evangelista);
  • Alice (Amy Rider); Kathleen (Josie Bissett); Tom (Luke Zimmerman); Betty (Jennifer Coolidge); Bunny (Kathy Kinney); Ruben (Philip Anthony-Rodriguez); and Lauren (Camille Winbush).
  • The season premiere will be repeated on Tuesday, June 8, at 7 PM, immediately before the series premiere of Pretty Little Liars; it will also be repeated on June 14, immediately before the next episode.

3.2  “Accentuate the Positive” Monday, June 14, 2010

  • Jack looks for a place to live.
  • Can Amy attend a music program in New York City? She doubts it.
  • This episode will repeat at 10 PM.

3.3  “Get Out of Town”   June 21, 2010

  • Amy gets support for her plan to go to New York City.
  • Ben keeps Amy from learning a secret.
  • Madison (Renee Olstead), Lauren (Camille Winbush), Henry (Allen Evangelista), Alice (Amy Rider), and Griffin (Brando Eaton) all appear.

3.4  “Goodbye, Amy Juergens”  June 28, 2010

  • Mackenzie Rosman (Ruthie from 7th Heaven) is back as Zoe, the teen who slept with Ricky to get back at Adrian for sleeping with her boyfriend. She shares screentime with Grace.
  • Ricky moves in to the Juergens’ home while Amy’s in New York City; George and Anne are concerned.

3.5  “Which Way Did She Go”   July 5, 2010

  • Two band geeks are under the impression Amy’s pregnant again. Madison insists Amy isn’t pregnant, but is simply at a music camp; no one outside of Amy’s circle of friends believes this.
  • Meanwhile, with Amy out of town, Ricky’s taking care of John. Ashley offers Ricky advice on taking care of John.
  • Tom’s at the courthouse applying for a job.  His competition for the job is a former VP of a company that was shut down due to a scandal.

3.6   “She Went That A’Way”   July 12

  • Adrian speaks with Ricky’s foster mother, Margaret.
  • Amy’s still in New York City.
  • In news that should shock no one, Ricky’s sleeping with a new girl.

3.7   Title Unknown    July 19

3.8   “The Sounds of Silence”   July 26

  • George has planned a special date with Anne at a nice restaurant, but he balks at the expensive prices.  But they’re not going to get the date anyway, as Anne has to cancel because she has to go see Mimsy, who’s sick. First, though, Anne will have to find George, who’s not answering his phone; she asks Ashley for help.
  • “Chicken Little”
  • Two couples go on a double date: Griffin and a new guy, Peter; and Grace and Grant.  (Yes, this means Grant and Ashley have split up.)  Grace arranged for Griffin and Peter to go out, but things become awkward when Peter says he isn’t gay. But before the night’s over, Peter makes a confession.  We’ll also meet Peter’s dad, and learn something surprising about Peter’s parents.
  • There’s a guy living in the Bowman guest house.  (Our best guess — and it’s only a guess — is that it’s Jack.)

“My Girlfriend’s Back”

  • There’s a party at Ben’s house. Ashley attends reluctantly.  Griffin’s surprised Ashley is speaking to him. He has bigger problems, though, as Peter attends the party — with Haylie, a girl who appears more interested in Ben than anyone else. Later, Griffin has a sleepover with two people.
  • Ben’s mad at Henry and Alice for pregnancy related reasons.  Ben hopes to speak to Amy soon, as she wants to speak to him face to face upon returning home.  But when the long-awaited event finally happens, Ben’s surprised by what Amy tells him.
  • Grace stays up til 4 in the morning with a boy (Grant?) in her room.  They talk and make out.

“Lady Liberty”

  • Amy’s still in New York.  She talks to Madison on the phone; then, her 2 New York friends want her to go out to a club where everyone dresses in their pajamas.  One of Amy’s friends uses Amy’s phone to send Ricky a picture of Amy at the club.  Ricky responds to the picture by sleeping with a new girl.  Oh, and it’s Amy’s birthday, but will her friends or family or (especially) Ricky remember?
  • Ben was fired for attacking Ricky.  Why did Ben attack Ricky? Maybe it had something to do with the fact that Ricky and Amy are considering becoming a couple.  Ben and Adrian consider faking an engagement to make Ricky and Amy jealous.
  • Dr. Fields and Leo meet up at a restaurant.

General Season 3 Spoilers

  • Depending on how you look at it, this summer’s episodes can be considered either season 5 or the first half of season 3.
  • We’re getting 13 episodes this summer; The summer episodes should run from June 7 to August 30.  Then, probably in January-March 2011, we’ll get another 12 episodes.
  • Steve Schirripa (Ben’s dad Leo) is now a series regular.
  • Emmy award winner Michael Imperioli (The Sopranos) guest stars.  Other guest stars include Joel Murray (Mad Men; Dharma & Greg); Shoshana Bush (Dance Flick); Maiara Walsh (Desperate Housewives); and Bristol Palin playing herself, when she and Amy both attend a music program for teen moms.
  • Ben and Amy will be reconnecting — and by “reconnecting” we mean they’ll be kissing again and Amy will reconsider starting something new with Ben. Amy will admit her love for Ricky, but just what does she mean by that?

Source: http://slotat.tripod.com/

Pretty Little Liars Spoilers & Finale Spoilers, Who’s A!

Pretty Little Liars Star “Finds Out” Who Is Texting Secrets

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Pretty Little Liars star Troian Bellisario says Tuesday’s finale will finally reveal who “A” is — the mysterious person who threatens to release a group of girls’ darkest secrets.

PHOTOS: Teen Choice Awards style stars

“One of the pretty little liars finds out,” teases 24-year-old Bellisario, who plays Spencer. “We can’t tell you when or how or whom that happens to, but it’s pretty exciting.”

PHOTOS: Rate Lucy’s outfit!

The Pretty Little Liars are a clique of four popular high school girls who break up their friendship after their fifth member, Allison, is found dead. They suddenly begin receiving mysterious text messages from somebody who refers to herself as “A,” leading some of the girls to believe she didn’t die.

Co-star Lucy Hale, 21, who plays Aria on the ABC Family drama, tells UsMagazine.com: “I want to know. Even I don’t know who it is!”

Ashley Benson, who plays queen bee Hanna, promises viewers won’t be let down.

“I read the eighth book, but only the last chapter because I wanted to know who ‘A’ was,” she tells Us. “We’re staying very close to the books. Everyone who has read the books has been very pleased with them.”

PHOTOS: Celebrity authors

The stars promise even more drama when the show’s final 12 episodes begin airing this September.

“They get blackmailed by someone that can possibly be their dead best friend. You can never fully rest, and so that’s what’s so great about it,” says Bellisario.

Pretty Little Liars – Promotional Photos

Source: Pizquita

Pretty Little Liars – Promotional Photoshoot

Source: Pretty Little Liars Online

I hate to admit it, but I kind of dug Pretty Little Liars. I’m worried about the central mystery dragging on forever, though. Please put my mind at ease.
Ausiello:
I’ll let the show’s star Lucy Hale do the honors instead. “By the end of the first season, viewers will find out what happened to our friend and who is threatening us,” she reveals. “And there are a bunch of twists and turns that would take us into season 2 — should we be so lucky.”

Pretty Little Liars – Ian Thomas Recasted

Ian Thomas has been recasted ! In the pilot episode he was played by Carlo Marks . And in episode 8 “Please do talk about me when i’m gone” Ian is coming back to Rosewood with a whole new look xD . Ryan Merriman’s look !
You may know Ryan Merriman (born 10 April 10 , 1983 in Choctaw , Oklahoma) as Kevin Fisher in Final Destination 3 .
Source: PLLFan

Pretty Little Liars – Episode 1.05 – Reality Bites Me – Additional Promotional Photos

Pretty Little Liars – Episode 1.05 – Reality Bites Me – Promotional Photos

Pretty Little Liars – Episode 1.04 – Can you hear me now ? – Promo and 4 Sneak Peeks

Pretty Little Liars – Episode 1.04 – Can you hear me now ? – Extended Promo

Pretty Little Liars – Episode 1.04 – Can you hear me now ? – Promotional Photos

Pretty Little Liars – Episode 1.03 – To Kill a Mocking Girl – 2 Sneak Peeks

Pretty Little Liars – Episode 1.03 – To Kill a Mocking Girl – Additional Promotional Photos


Anything on Pretty Little Liars?
Let’s play a guessing game. The following things will happen in an upcoming episode, but which girl will suffer each fate?
Someone gets an unexpected Daddy visit
Someone gets some majorly unsolicited advice
Someone gets a gift from an unlikely suitor (or suitoress)
Someone gets some unwarranted academic praise
Source: E!Online

Pretty Little Liars – Episode 1.02 – The Jenna Thing – Promotional Photos

Pretty Little Liars – The Jenna Thing – Press Release

THE NIGHT ALISON DISAPPEARED ISN’T THE ONLY MEMORY
THAT KEEPS THE GIRLS UP AT NIGHT, IN AN ALL-NEW EPISODE OF
“PRETTY LITTLE LIARS,” PREMIERING TUESDAY, JUNE 15TH ON ABC FAMILY

With the return of Jenna Cavanaugh to Rosewood, the girls must face an unpleasant past as questions arise about Alison’s death, in “The Jenna Thing,” an all-new episode of ABC Family’s original series, “Pretty Little Liars,” premiering Tuesday, June 15th (8:00 – 9:00 PM ET/PT).The circumstances surrounding Alison’s disappearance continue to haunt Aria, Emily, Spencer and Hanna, as questions arise about the night she went missing. To complicate matters, Jenna’s return to Rosewood makes the girls face an unpleasant past and an incident that sealed their friendship forever. Can the girls face what has taken place in their past, especially since “A” won’t let them forget?

Meanwhile temptation is everywhere they look, as Aria tries her hardest to stay away from Ezra and Spencer won’t shy away from her sister’s fiancé, Wren.

“Pretty Little Liars” is produced by Alloy Entertainment in association with Warner Horizon Television and is executive-produced by I. Marlene King, Oliver Goldstick, Leslie Morgenstein and Bob Levy. The series stars Troian Bellisario, Ashley Benson, Holly Marie Combs, Lucy Hale, Ian Harding, Bianca Lawson, Laura Leighton, Chad Lowe, Shay Mitchell and Sasha Pieterse. Source: ABC Family

Pretty Little Liars – Episode 1.02 – The Jenna Thing – New Promo

Pretty Little Liars – Episode 1.02 – The Jenna Thing – Plot Details

-there really isn’t as much of a focus on aria/lucy. so to everyone who was all upset about her being THE MAIN CHARACTER, y’all can back off.
-lots of spencer’s family and back story stuff. i thought she was pretty decent in the pilot, but i can definitely see what everyone seems to dislike her. they do explain a lot about why she is the way she is, though.
-not enough wren. he and spencer do kiss, though. moving that plot along way too fast in my opinion, but whatever.
-maya/emily are considerably less awkward.
-emily’s boyfriend is a jerk
-emily and boyfriend make out. in a car. basically emily grabs him and kiss-attacks him, trying to convince herself she’s straight.
-oh and maya moves into emily’s bedroom. i kinda skimmed that part but i think it had something to do with all the construction on maya’s house? IDK
-aria and ezra make out in his car
-aw aria/byron had a sweet moment
-A’s end-of-the-episode text to aria: “When students kiss teachers, someone gets HURT. That’s a promise I’ll keep.” – A
Source: prettylittleliars

Pretty Little Liars – Episode 1.03 – To Kill a Mocking Girl – Promotional Photos

Source: Pretty Little Liars Online

Pretty Little Liars – Can You Hear Me Now? – Press Release

FOUR LITTLE LIARS TAKE A STAND,
IN AN ALL-NEW EPISODE OF “PRETTY LITTLE LIARS,”
TUESDAY, JUNE 29TH AT 8:00 PM ET/PT ON ABC FAMILY

The girls take matters into their own hands and try to put a stop to “A” in “Can You Hear Me Now?,” an all-new episode of ABC Family’s original series, “Pretty Little Liars,” premiering Tuesday, June 29th (8:00 – 9:00 PM ET/PT).

Tired of being harassed by “A,” the girls decide to put a stop to the anonymous emails and text messages by blocking all unknown users. But even with the mysterious ghost no longer looming over their heads, the girls’ problems are far from over. With a surprise visit by a father, a surprise gift from a prospective paramour, getting some unwanted advice and an undeserved scholarly accolade, the girls’ lives continue to get more complicated by the day. And after dealing with all of that, did the Pretty Little Liars really think they could keep “A” away forever?

“Pretty Little Liars” is produced by Alloy Entertainment in association with Warner Horizon Television and is executive-produced by I. Marlene King, Oliver Goldstick, Leslie Morgenstein and Bob Levy. The series stars Troian Bellisario, Ashley Benson, Holly Marie Combs, Lucy Hale, Ian Harding, Bianca Lawson, Laura Leighton, Chad Lowe, Shay Mitchell and Sasha Pieterse. Source: ABC Family

Pretty Little Liars – Look who is playing Jason Dilaurentis

Parker Bagley is going to play Jason Dilaurentis.

Pretty Little Liars – Upcoming Episode Titles and Descriptions

Season 1 Episode 4

Title : Can you hear me now ?
Original Air Date : June 29th 2010
Summary :

Tired of being harassed by “A” the girls decide to put a stop to the anonymous e-mails and text messages by blocking all unknown users. But just because the mysterious ghost isn’t looming over their heads, the girls’ problems are far from over. With a surprise visit by a father, a surprise gift from a prospective paramour, getting some unwanted advice and an unwanted scholarly accolade – the girls’ lives continue to get more complicated by the day. And after dealing with all of that, do the Pretty Little Liars really think they could keep “A” away forever?

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Season 1 Episode 5
Title : Reality bites me
Original Air Date : July 7th 2010
Summary :

Trying to ignore “A” backfired for the girls and now they must pay the penalty. Whether it is a family in crisis, parental praise for an undeserved honor looming over their head or wearing totally unfashionable scrubs while working off a debt – the girls must deal with it all. And on top of that “A”’s lipstick message is still haunting them.

Meanwhile the girls must also deal with typical teenage drama – the boy kind – when a new boy arrives and pushes the status quo, a secret love is tested, a new romance blooms and an old romance is floating in the grey area.

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Season 1 Episode 6
Title : There’s no place like homecoming
Original Air Date : July 13th 2010
Summary :

The homecoming decorating committee is knee deep in balloons and girls are jockeying for position to be the queen, while four friends from Rosewood just try to stay afloat. Dealing with heartbreak, a boyfriend’s virginity pledge and a vengeful sister all takes a backseat when one girl makes a shocking homecoming date choice that puts her in a possibly sticky situation. Will the girls be able to protect one of their own or will the evening turn out to be a night they can never forget?

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Pretty Little Liars – New BTS Photos

Pretty Little Liars – Cast Interviews and Clips

Interview with Shay Mitchel (Emily Fields),Lucy Hale (Aria Montgomery),Ashley Benson (Hanna Marin) Plus Includes Clips of the Show

Pretty Little Liars – New Promo

Pretty Little Liars – 5 New Previews

Pretty Little Liars – 2 New Promos

Pretty Little Liars – 1.02 and 1.03 press releases

THE NIGHT ALISON DISAPPEARED ISN’T THE ONLY MEMORY THAT KEEPS THE GIRLS UP AT NIGHT, IN AN ALL-NEW EPISODE OF “PRETTY LITTLE LIARS,” PREMIERING TUESDAY, JUNE 15TH ON ABC FAMILY

With the return of Jenna Cavanaugh to Rosewood, the girls must face an unpleasant past as questions arise about Alison’s death, in “The Jenna Thing,” an all-new episode of ABC Family’s original series, “Pretty Little Liars,” premiering Tuesday, June 15th (8:00 – 9:00 PM ET/PT).

The circumstances surrounding Alison’s disappearance continue to haunt Aria, Emily, Spencer and Hanna, as questions arise about the night she went missing. To complicate matters, Jenna’s return to Rosewood makes the girls face an unpleasant past and an incident that sealed their friendship forever. Can the girls face what has taken place in their past, especially since “A” won’t let them forget?

Meanwhile temptation is everywhere they look, as Aria tries her hardest to stay away from Ezra and Spencer won’t shy away from her sister’s fianc�, Wren.

“Pretty Little Liars” is produced by Alloy Entertainment in association with Warner Horizon Television and is executive-produced by I. Marlene King, Oliver Goldstick, Leslie Morgenstein and Bob Levy. The series stars Troian Bellisario, Ashley Benson, Holly Marie Combs, Lucy Hale, Ian Harding, Bianca Lawson, Laura Leighton, Chad Lowe, Shay Mitchell and Sasha Pieterse.

THE GIRLS CAN RUN AND THEY CAN HIDE, BUT THE PAST WILL ALWAYS FIND THEM, IN AN ALL-NEW EPISODE OF “PRETTY LITTLE LIARS,” TUESDAY, JUNE 22nd ON ABC FAMILY

Old and new relationships are examined as the girls try to pay tribute to Alison’s memory, in “To Kill a Mocking Girl,” an all-new episode of ABC Family’s original series, “Pretty Little Liars,” premiering Tuesday, June 22nd (8:00 – 9:00 PM ET/PT).

The saying “The past will come back to haunt you” is never more true than for Aria, Spencer, Hanna and Emily. As the girls try to pay tribute to Alison’s memory, the four friends are faced with unresolved issues. Aria has an unsettling encounter with her father’s former mistress, Meredith. Emily is forced to see Toby Cavanaugh in a new light. Spencer is reeling in the wake of a vengeful Melissa. And Hanna is desperate to have her boyfriend, Sean, forget the “old” Hanna. With “A” taunting them every step of the way, how can the girls forge ahead and leave the past behind?

Meanwhile, Detective Wilden uses his new connection to Hanna and Ashley to his benefit. But will he get the answers he’s looking for by making himself at home in the Marin household?

“Pretty Little Liars” is produced by Alloy Entertainment in association with Warner Horizon Television and is executive-produced by I. Marlene King, Oliver Goldstick, Leslie Morgenstein and Bob Levy. The series stars Troian Bellisario, Ashley Benson, Holly Marie Combs, Lucy Hale, Ian Harding, Bianca Lawson, Laura Leighton, Chad Lowe, Shay Mitchell and Sasha Pieterse.

Source: ABC Family

Pretty Little Liars – Upcoming Episode Titles and Dates

Epsiode 1.01 – 8 Jun 10 Pilot
Epsiode 1.02 – 15 Jun 10 The Jenna Thing
Epsiode 1.03 – 22 Jun 10 To Kill a Mocking Girl
Epsiode 1.04 – 29 Jun 10 Can You Hear Me Now?
Epsiode 1.05 – 6 Jul 10 Reality Bites Me
Epsiode 1.06 – 13 Jul 10 There’s no place like homecoming

Pretty Little Liars – Episode 1.07 – The Homecoming Hangover

Pretty Little Liars – 12 Additional Episodes Ordered

ABC FAMILY ORDERS ADDITIONAL EPISODES OF “PRETTY LITTLE LIARS”

The Original One-Hour Scripted Drama, Which Launched as the Highest-Rated
Original Series Debut in the Network’s History in Early June, Continues to Grow
In Ratings Throughout Its First Three Episodes

Burbank, CA (June 28, 2010) – ABC Family has ordered 12 additional episodes of the network’s hit one-hour series, “Pretty Little Liars,” announced Kate Juergens, Executive Vice President, Original Programming & Development. The order will bring the show’s first season to a total of 22 episodes.

“‘Pretty Little Liars’ is a break-out hit for the network,” said Juergens. “We’re thrilled that our Millennial viewers have responded so strongly to the show. It’s a perfect fit with the network’s strong slate of original scripted dramas, including ‘The Secret Life of the American Teenager’ and ‘Make It or Break It.’”

One of cable’s biggest breakout hits of summer, “Pretty Little Liars” launched as ABC Family’s No. 1 series debut ever in Adults 18-34 (837,000), Women 18-34 (657,000), Viewers 12-34 (1.7 million), Females 12-34 (1.5 million), Teens (904,000) and Female Teens (853,000). “Pretty Little Liars” posted its most-watched episode yet last week (June 22) in Total Viewers (2.7 million), and delivered series highs in key targets, including core 18-49, 18-34 and 12-34 demos. Three episodes in, “Pretty Little Liars” is already Tuesday’s No. 1 TV program in Females Teens (803,000) and Tuesday’s No. 1 cable program in Teens (883,000), Viewers 12-34 (1.7 million) and Females 12-34 (1.5 million). It is easily the top cable program in Tuesday’s 8 o’clock hour among core 18-49, 18-34, 12-34 demos, Teens and Female Teens, besting runner-up USA by 43% in Adults 18-49 (1.2 million vs. 837,000) and by 90% in Adults 18-34 (843,000 vs. 444,000).

Based on the bestselling Harper Teen novels by Sara Shepard and produced by Alloy Entertainment in association with Warner Horizon Television, the scripted hour-long series stars Troian Bellisario, Ashley Benson, Holly Marie Combs, Lucy Hale, Ian Harding, Bianca Lawson, Laura Leighton, Chad Lowe, Shay Mitchell and Sasha Pieterse.

Set one year after the disappearance of Alison (Pieterse), the manipulative and vindictive queen bee of the group, the series revolves around four 16-year-old girlfriends — Aria (Hale), Spencer (Bellisario), Hanna (Benson), and Emily (Mitchell) — who have lost touch with one another until each begins to receive mysterious messages suggesting that Alison is watching them. Linked by their former bond and the panic and confusion the enigmatic messages cause, the friends are suddenly reunited, though each girl has her own secrets – secrets she wants no one else to know.

“Pretty Little Liars” is executive-produced by I. Marlene King (“Just My Luck,” “If These Walls Could Talk”), Oliver Goldstick (“Lipstick Jungle,” “Ugly Betty”) and Leslie Morgenstein (“Gossip Girl,” “The Vampire Diaries”).

Source: ABC

Pretty Little Liars – Episode 1.04 – Can You Hear Me Now?


Pretty Little Liars First Look: “It Won’t Be That Easy, Bitches!”

Silly, silly girls. Did you really think you could escape the wrath of A’s pesky little text threats by blocking her digits?!

Sorry sistahs, it ain’t that easy! But in next week’s episode of Pretty Little Liars—the new ABC Family series that’s pulling in strong ratings so far this summer—the ladies tire of the anonymous stalker and take matters into their own hands. The outcome?

In this Tuesday’s episode—aptly titled “Can You Hear Me Now?”—creepy “A” leaves the digital world and becomes a very real and very physical presence in the lives of Aria (Lucy Hale), Hanna (Ashley Benson), Spencer (Troian Bellisario) and Emily (Shay Mitchell). Hence, the red-lipstick letter on a mirror in one of the girls’ bedrooms that reads “It won’t be that easy, bitches” in our exclusive sneak peek.

Any guesses as to which lady gets the in-home visit? Think you’ve got A’s identity all sussed out? And most important, are you loving Pretty Little Liars as much as we are?!

Don’t miss Tuesday’s all-new episode at 8 p.m. on ABC Family.
Source: Eonline

Pretty Little Liars – Episode 1.07 – The Homecoming Hangover – Promotional Photos

Pretty Little Liars – The Homecoming Hangover – Press Release

LIFE FOR THE LIARS, AS THEY KNOW IT, IS TURNED UPSIDE DOWN
IN AN ALL-NEW EPISODE OF “PRETTY LITTLE LIARS,”
PREMIERING TUESDAY, JULY 20 ON ABC FAMILY

“Pretty Little Liars” Author Sara Shepard Makes a Cameo!

Burbank, CA (July 1, 2010) – The girls deal with the repercussions of what happened at the homecoming dance in “The Homecoming Hangover,” an all-new episode of ABC Family’s original series “Pretty Little Liars,” premiering Tuesday, July 20 (8:00 – 9:00 PM ET/PT).

In the aftermath of the disastrous homecoming dance, the girls try to sort out the devastation that is left behind. Parents, boyfriends (secret ones, possible ones and current ones), siblings and friends are all in flux, and if the little liars don’t act fast, the situation could go from bad to worse. And to top it off, the girls are sitting on some killer information about Toby that some people would die to get their hands on.

Meanwhile, “A” isn’t the only one sending Aria text messages as tensions rise in the Montgomery household.

Best-selling author Sara Shepard (“Pretty Little Liars”) enters into the world she created as she makes a cameo appearance as a substitute teacher at Rosewood High School.

“Pretty Little Liars” is produced by Alloy Entertainment in association with Warner Horizon Television and is executive produced by I. Marlene King, Oliver Goldstick, Leslie Morgenstein and Bob Levy. The series stars Troian Bellisario, Ashley Benson, Holly Marie Combs, Lucy Hale, Ian Harding, Bianca Lawson, Laura Leighton, Chad Lowe, Shay Mitchell and Sasha Pieterse.

You can also become a fan of the show on Facebook and Twitter at:
Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/prettylittleliars
Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/ABCFpll

Source: ABC Family

Pretty Little Liars – Episode 1.08 – Please do talk about when i’m gone – Promotional Photos

Pretty Little Liars – Episode 1.08 – Please do talk about when i’m gone – Promotional Photos

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1.9 “The Perfect Storm“: August 3, 2010: The girls are trapped in the school during a bad storm, and it’s there that they will face their biggest problems. Meanwhile, Byron leans on Aria for advice as his relationship with Ella only gets worse.

THE SKIES OPEN UP ON THE LIARS IN AN ALL-NEW EPISODE OF “,” TUESDAY, AUGUST 3RD AT 8:00 PM ET/PT ON ABC FAMILYBurbank, CA (July 14, 2010) – Tensions run high when the girls are trapped at school while a bad storm brews outside, in “The Perfect Storm,” an all-new episode of ABC Family’s original series, “,” premiering Tuesday, August 3rd (8:00 – 9:00 PM ET/PT).

A day of SAT testing is put on hold when a violent storm hits Rosewood. But instead of enjoying the academic postponement, the girls are stuck in the school dealing with the drama that follows them everywhere. Each girl finds herself in the middle of a tense situation — whether it’s between friends, potential love interests, a boyfriend and a parent, or between the past and the present, the girls will come out of the day thinking the SATs would have been a piece of cake compared to what they went through.

Meanwhile, Byron leans on Ashley for advice on parenting as his relationship with Ella takes a turn for the worse.

” is produced by Alloy Entertainment in association with Warner Horizon Television and is executive produced by I. Marlene King, Oliver Goldstick, Leslie Morgenstein and Bob Levy. The series stars Troian Bellisario, Ashley Benson, Holly Marie Combs, Lucy Hale, Ian Harding, Bianca Lawson, Laura Leighton, Chad Lowe, Shay Mitchell and Sasha Pieterse.

‘Pretty Little Liars’ Lucy Hale: ‘It’s not the end’ of Aria and Mr. Fitz

Source: Zap2it.com
Mr. Fitz (Ian Harding) and Aria have parted ways on “Pretty Little Liars,” but Zap2it caught up with “Liars” star Lucy Hale at the KTLA News Morning Show, where she laid the Mr. Fitz fears to rest.

“It’s not the end of the Fitz and Montgomery relationship,” Hale assures us. “There’s a little question about where he’s gone, is he gone for good? Because in the books he goes away and when he goes away, he goes away for good … but it’s not the end of it.”

It’s good to hear that Mr. Fitz will be back because Aria’s home life isn’t getting an easier.

“[The Montgomery family] is pretty much broken at this point … Everyone expected my dad to leave, but my mom goes away,” Hale says. “I’m trying to spend time with my dad, with my mom and take care of my brother and try to keep a sane head for myself.”

But the Tuesday (July 27) episode of “Liars” is not focusing much on Mr. Fitz or the Montgomery family. Instead, Alison’s memorial is front and center — and the introduction of Ali’s brother Jason (Parker Bagley).

“It’s supposed to be a happy day, remembering our memories and remembering her,” says Hale. “But her brother comes and is a completely different person from what we remember him as … He takes the whole memorial by the reins. There’s a lot of great stuff between him and Spencer (Troian Bellisario) that is sort-of a little questionable.”

Hale also teases the return of Officer Wilden (Bryce Johnson), who is giving hard looks at the girls, “especially Emily.” “He doesn’t let us get off very easily. He’s back with a force,” Hale tells us.

And in response to fan Biankha‘s question, Hale says her favorite episode is “the Homecoming episode.”

“I loved the outfits and I loved the set. We don’t always get to come together, the whole cast, because we have our own separate storylines,” Hale explains. “In this one, literally probably every character was in that episode so that was really fun for me.”

“Pretty Little Liars” airs Tuesday nights at 8 p.m. ET on ABC Family.

Season Finale

1.10: Keep Your Friends Close: August 10, 2010 (2010-08-10) The girls go camping so they can finally discover “A”‘s identity. The Marins’ financial situation is pushing Hanna to the brink. Meanwhile, the FBI arrive when A’s threats escalate.

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