'Pretty Little Liars' Facebook live chat: What we learned
After Pretty Little Liars‘ summer finale, fans were left with lots of questions about Alison, Ezra, and all things Ravenswood. And tomorrow night, the show returns for its annual costume-filled Halloween episode. So what can we expect when the girls put on corsets and attend a Halloween party at a cemetery? PLL stars Troian Bellisario, Lucy Hale, Ashley Benson, and Shay Mitchell sat down with Good Morning America‘s Rachel Smith at 5 p.m. today to talk about all things Halloween and season 4B.
In case you missed the Facebook chat, here are the five biggest takeaways:
+ By the end of tomorrow night’s Halloween episode, you will have a definite answer on whether Ali is alive. My advice? Make up your mind on what you want that answer to be so you know how to properly react.
+ Not only will Hanna and Caleb continue calling each other after he leaves for Ravenswood (the town and the show), but Benson is scheduled to go down to New Orleans in a few weeks to shoot an episode. However, that doesn’t mean the couple’s still together. Benson talked about how Hanna isn’t ready to let go of Caleb yet, but the couple had a mutual break and a goodbye. And although there’s always the chance that they could get back together, for now, Hanna lets him go do his thing. *Single tear*
+ Benson also mentioned that there have been a few potential guys thrown at her as possible romantic entanglements for Hanna, so maybe she won’t be single for long. Are the Liars ever?
+ When asked about a particularly difficult scene, Hale brought up one we haven’t seen yet, in which she said Aria is “restrained.” But wait. It gets better. Hale actually lost her voice from all the screaming and crying involved. Do we think this has to do with Ezra? Can my heart take the pain?!
+ The stars had just finished the table read for the season 4 finale when they came to the chat, for which they teased that the whole show will change after the finale … well, other than the girls graduating. Seems like the Liars will still be seniors come season 5. At least we have prom to look forward to.
All in all, we can expect more answers and more shocking turns of events in season 4B. Same old, same old, right?
The Pretty Little Liars Halloween episode airs tomorrow night at 8 p.m. on ABC Family, followed by the premiere of the show’s spin-off, Ravenswood, at 9 p.m.