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ABC Family’s “Pretty Little Liars” has become a social media phenomenon, with its Season Four summer finale last August setting the record for the most tweeted series episode in TV history — 1.9 million — for the big reveal that Ezra is the infamous “A” terrorizing the Liars.

“PLL” will seek to break that record with its annual Halloween special airing Tuesday, Oct. 22 at 8 p.m. The episode features the Liars crashing the Ravenswood Founder’s Day Celebration to try to find their missing friend Ali before “A” can, and producers are promising more Tweetable O-M-G moments.

“It’s a game-changing episode which takes our four girls down a different path completely,” says “PLL” executive producer Oliver Goldstick. “A provocative piece of information is revealed in that Halloween episode. Put on knee pads because you might fall off the couch when you get to the end.”

“PLL” consistently ranked as a top 10 show on Twitter last summer with its with its more than 1.8 million Twitter followers who generated an average of 10,000 tweets per minute for the finale. And though a star from the show livetweets each episode’s east coast broadcast, the writing staff doesn’t use the fan feedback — which can sometimes be nasty.

“Of course if you’re planting surprises you certainly want reactions,” Goldstick says. “I can’t be enslaved to what is popular. We’re not taking a vote. This is not ‘The Voice.’”

Source: NY Post

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Hip hip hoor’A’! Pretty Little Liars launches its much-anticipated third season tonight (8/7c, ABC Family), and exec producer Oliver Goldstick loaded us up with all the scoop on what’s in store for the ladies and gents of Rosewood.

“There’s a lot of stuff raining down from the sky after that explosive finale,” he tells TVLine. “And we spend about three or four episodes just sorting through all of that mess.”

Messy as it may be, Goldstick assures us that everything set up last season will be addressed in the coming episodes, including “finding out who was the Black Swan, and also who is part of the ‘A’ syndicate… Is ‘A’ actually more than one person? And is Mona in fact controlling these people from behind ‘bars,’ or is Garrett the one doing that?”

As for the looming mystery of whether or not Maya is really dead — and if that was actually her body being rolled out of the DiLaurentis house in the finale — the EP says, “I’m not teasing with this: You have not seen the last of Maya.” (And yes, we did ask if he meant via flashback, and to that we received a firm “no.”)

And that’s all just the tip of the Little Liars iceberg. Here’s what else Goldstick reveals about Season 3:

TVLINE | Talk a little about where the show picks up and how the girls are handling life post-Mona.
It’s five months later, and there’s still a lot to recover from for these girls. The only thing that’s any comfort for them at all is the fact that Garrett is behind bars.

TVLINE | Emily is arguably the most messed up by the whole situation, given Maya’s presumed death.
Yeah, she’ll meet Maya’s cousin [played by Sterling Sulieman], and he throws her for a loop. In Maya’s absence, he represents something; he’s a sexy, sweet guy and Emily can’t help but develop feelings for him, too.

TVLINE | And is her onetime crush, Paige, still in the picture?
She’s back in the mix, too… This could change, but I think for now she’s trustworthy and cares for Emily a great deal.

TVLINE | How are things going for “Ezria” now that they are out in the open? Is it smooth sailing?
Yes and no, because Aria’s got parents on very different pages when it comes to the Ezra Fitz of it all. Ella perpetrates a bit of a lie in an early arc, which actually ends up bonding her to Ezra. She was already more tolerant of him than Byron was, as we know, so it’s not a big reversal, but they end up bonding further. But we’re going to find out that Ezra is a pretty little liar, too.

TVLINE | No! Not our sweet Ezra.
Oh my god, he’s omitted some important things. He has not been straightforward… We are also going to meet his mom and his brother.

TVLINE | Speaking of family, what’s happening with Spencer and her brood?
There’s a tectonic shift in the Hastings home when her parents do something very shocking. Wren is also back in the picture and doing his rotation at Radley Sanitarium, so Hanna’s going to have quite a few encounters with him. She needs him because she clearly wants to talk to Mona.

TVLINE | Does that mean trouble for “Haleb”?
There may be some “Haleb” issues on the horizon. Now that Tyler Blackburn is a series regular, he has bonding scenes with other Liars. He and Spencer actually become quite close, but I’m not saying romantically. He just has more exposure this season.

TVLINE | What can you tease about the baddies of Rosewood: Jenna, Mona, and Lucas?
Something happened over these five months, and Lucas has gone a little dark on us… but we don’t know what it is. He’s a more ragged version of the character we’ve known. Right now, Mona is under lock and key, so she’s not really an antagonist for the girls. But you are going to see some growth. Is she getting better or more mentally ill is going to be the question, and she’s going to keep us guessing. And whether Jenna’s just been wrongly pegged as the black widow of Rosewood or whether she’s been victimized herself is going to be a big question in Season 3… and [the answer] is a game changer for us.

Source: TVLine

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Question: How did Toby know how to contact Dr. Sullivan in the finale of Pretty Little Liars? If she was that easy to locate, wouldn’t the girls have found her already? —Lori
Ausiello: We put your burning question in front of exec producer Oliver Goldstick, who explains, “Toby hiding his valiant effort to protect Spencer was very connected to Jenna because he really was hoping that if she was indeed treacherous, he could find something from the inside. So, that’s what that was about. All of the loved ones of the PLLs were aware of Dr. Sullivan, and her sudden disappearance from Rosewood would have sparked interest and curiosity among them. Again, Toby had been clued in that someone was torturing the girls, so he made the connection that that person could have been holding Dr. Sullivan at bay. I can’t explain all of that to you now — it will certainly unfold — but he knew there was a time she could come back and confirm who indeed was tormenting the girls. Obviously, Mona was seeing Dr. Sullivan, too, if you remember the episode where she was looking through her files and realized who ‘A’ was.”

Source: TVLine

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The wait is over: The identity of the elusive “A” was revealed on Monday’s new episode of ABC Family’s addictive teen mystery-drama Pretty Little Liars. The fast-paced episode careened through a Psycho homage and a masquerade ball before — SPOILER ALERT! — dropping the bombshell that variously snobby clinger Mona Vanderwall (Janel Parrish) was “A,” the cyber-bully who’d been terrorizing Aria (Lucy Hale), Spencer (Troian Bellisario), Hanna (Ashley Benson), and Emily (Shay Mitchell) since the death of their pal Allison (Sasha Pieterse) in the show’s 2010 premiere.

The reveal, of course, leads to so many questions: Why Mona? What was her motive? Did she have help? Is there a “Team A” now? Will Mona be back when Pretty Little Liars returns for season 3 in June? What’s happening next season? And we should address the other shocker of last night’s episode: Why kill Maya? To answer those burning questions and more, EW tapped series creator Marlene King and executive producer Oliver Goldstick for an exclusive interview to fill us in on all the scoop:  Continue reading…


Who is “A” on ABC Family’s addictive teen mystery-drama series Pretty Little Liars? Fans are dying to know, and — that big secret will be revealed on the show’s much-anticipated second season finale, which airs tonight at 8 p.m.

Obviously, the culprit — who has been cyber-bullying Aria (Lucy Hale), Spencer (Troian Bellisario), Hanna (Ashley Benson), and Emily (Shay Mitchell) since the puzzling death of their queen-bee friend Allison (Sasha Pieterse) in the show’s 2010 premiere — could be anyone. “When ‘A’ is revealed, if you go back and watch every show,” teases PLL creator and showrunner Marlene King, “it will be completely plausible for the answer to be true.” That’s why we’ve enlisted King and her lieutenant, executive producer Oliver Goldstick — as well as stars Hale and Bellisario, in a cute video below — to offer some intel about seven of the most speculated-about suspects, which we’re sharing with you now here:

“She really is ‘A’ in the books, so that makes her an instant suspect,” says King. “That’s how I would put that.” Adds Goldstick: “She’s got her reasons, too, particularly with Allison.”

Goldstick says: “Jena’s ripe. She’s ripe for the picking. She’s got an axe to grind.” King adds: “Jenna is a suspect because the girls are complicit in the loss of her eyesight, and so she has strong motive.”

“He was new to these girls in a very timely way,” King says. “‘A’ did not enter their lives until Aria met Ezra.”

“That girl, there’s not an honest pore in her body,” Goldstick says. “She can pull a punch because she’s always got something. She’s clever. She’s one step ahead of her victim. That’s what’s fun about Melissa. But she might be too obvious. Don’t go to the obvious.” Adds King: “She’s a Pretty Little Liar herself,” King says. “She’s been caught in many lies. We can’t trust her at all, and she’s carrying Ian’s baby, which makes her a suspect.”

“It was a fan who termed the phrase ‘whack-a-Noel’ because he pops up in the most unusual and interesting places,” teases King cryptically. “Just being ‘whack-a-Noel’ makes him a suspect.”

“They’re hiding something,” King says. “They have something to hide. They’re always hanging out in the dark — it’s like they’re always conspiring. They’re around, but they’re never around.” Adds Goldstick: “That family is a den of vipers. There are just so many secrets. They’re trying to hide and conceal their bad behavior.”

“Jason is really dark,” Goldstick says. “His background is mysterious and his backstory with his sister is incredibly volatile. If these girls are onto him in any way — and they do have some insight — then he has every reason to keep these girls running scared. He might just get a kick out of it. And he’s half a Hasting. That already makes him half a evil. He’s half a crazy.”

Now watch EW’s Sandra Gonzalez chat with Hale and Bellisario, as they discuss which suspects they’ve most got their eye on:

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