posted by • October 22nd, 2013 • (63) Comments

Hanna’s boyfriend, Caleb, is proving he can carry a show on the “Pretty Little Liars” spin off series “Ravenswood.”

It’s a town where the wind has hands, dad’s mysteriously die, and shower curtains fight back.

It’s also a town that does not have a Website, which makes it more than archaic…it makes it downright spooky.

Caleb and his new trusty side-kick, Miranda, are out to unearth why the town has gravestones that include their names and images. In the pilot episode of the series takes a more paranormal approach to storytelling than “PLL.” And, it looks like Hanna may have sent Caleb to a new town that could cost him his life after dodging “A” for such a long time.

The two are put up in the home of an Uncle Miranda hasn’t seen since the she was three years old. But Uncle Collins is as responsive as the corpse he is carrying when we meet him.

There’s spooky sounds and eerie conversations that make it obvious there won’t be a solution after one overnight trip. But Caleb and Miranda aren’t the only pair with problems.

A widow, two kids, a dead father and a tombstone spray painted with the words “black widow” reveals another plotline and it doesn’t look pretty.

But, what is the story? A town with no Website must definitely have a newspaper that can help Caleb and Miranda uncover the mystery at the graveyard. Unfortunately, it just complicates everything.

Caleb Rivers is looking for an obituary for Caleb Rivers and Caleb Rivers is the face of Caleb Rivers in an image that pops up.

Remy, who seems to assist her father at the newspaper, helps with the mystery. In addition to assisting her father, Remy and Luke are setting up a storyline about a 21st century Romeo and Juliet–star crossed lovers with a graveyard twist.

For now, the scares seem to be reserved for Caleb and Miranda. Caleb is attacked by a shower curtain and is nearly scalded as the faucet on the old fashion bath tub begins to run. He’s not blaming the spirits. Caleb is convinced Uncle Collins is attempting to murder him.

Miranda and Caleb –the prequels– were a couple that drowned in a boating accident. This might not be good news for Hanna.

During a night stroll Luke opens up about the death his dad. He thinks his mom did indeed murder his father. It’s during the stroll that Luke and his sister are spotted by Remy, Miranda and Caleb, who offer the two a ride.

No good things come from free rides in weird towns. The car ends up in the water.

Who will survive? And, is this town cursed?


posted by • October 22nd, 2013 • (71) Comments

Is your heart still pounding?

If you’re reading this, chances are you’ve just had your first encounter with a dark and terrifying town where the residents are mysterious and dark spirits are a common sight to be seen. Fans have been eagerly awaiting the spinoff of the ABC family hit drama Pretty Little Liars and tonight we all got our first glimpse at the spooky and supernatural-filled new series Ravenswood.

We’ve already presented you with a spoiler-packed Visitors Guide to Ravenswood, but now we want to know what you think! Did Ravenswood give you spooky thrills and chills or were you left wishing you were back in Rosewood?

We recently had the pleasure of traveling to Ravenswood, (Pssst, it was amazing!) and we sat down with creator and executive producer Marlene King to uncover even more eerie secrets about this new series.

King tells us, “We’ve got this really awesome story and it’s so compelling. These kids are drawn together for a reason, they don’t even know each other and they’re, in part, strangers when they meet in the first episode. But very quickly they realize they have to work together to overcome this curse that is haunting them.”

Whoa, not so fast Marlene—they have to make it out of that waterlogged car first!

The premiere episode introduced viewers to cursed town that is filled with secrets, surprises and some truly terrifying supernatural vibes. (Side note: Who else is absolutely terrified to take a bath now?!) King exclusively reveals that Ravenswood will continue to wade deeper and deeper into the supernatural swimming pool as the season progresses.

“We’re open to all kinds of supernatural fun stuff and as we get to know the town of Ravenswood,” she explains. “As we start to understand the curse and what it is and how it came about and how these teens might be able to overcome it, we’re open to many supernatural elements that may exist that are bubbling under the surface of Ravenswood.”

Hmmm…we’re willing to bet our favorite pair of heels that Miranda (Nicole Gale Anderson) has some kind of connection to the spirit realm. Only time will tell!

Check out our full interview with King above to find out their horror stories that inspired Ravenswood and whether or not Hanna (Ashley Benson) and Caleb (Tyler Blackburn) will be able to continue with their long-distance romance.

Now we want to hear from you! Will you continue to watch the new ABC Family drama Ravenswood? Cast your vote in our poll below and then take to the comments to discuss the spooky new series with your fellow TV lovers!


posted by • October 22nd, 2013 • (23) Comments

Published on Oct 22, 2013
‘Ravenswood’ Star Nicole Anderson On New Series – Exclusive Interview!

We talked with Nicole Anderson, star of the new ‘Pretty Little Liars’ spinoff series, ‘Ravenswood!”

Nicole gave us the scoop on her character, Miranda, and what fans of ‘Pretty Little Liars’ should expect from the spinoff.

She also named her favorite scary movie, as well as her first Halloween costume she can remember!


posted by • October 22nd, 2013 • (30) Comments

After months of buildup, Pretty Little Liars spinoff Ravenswood is ready to make its debut.

Centered on a town not far from Rosewood, Penn., Ravenswood has suffered for generations under a deadly curse. Five strangers find themselves connected by the fatal curse and are charged with investigating the town’s mysterious and terrible history before time runs out.
Pretty Little Liars viewers were first introduced to the eerie town earlier this summer, a stark contrast from Liars’ home base of Rosewood, with Caleb (Tyler Blackburn) the first PLL regular to make the move to Ravenswood. The first person he encounters on his way to Ravenswood is Miranda (Nicole Gale Anderson), a feisty teenager with a similar foster-care background. Other characters include twins Luke (Bret Dier) and Olivia (Merritt Patterson), whose father was murdered, and the chameleon, Remy (Britne Oldford).

In previewing the new series, executive producer Oliver Goldstick talks to The Hollywood Reporter about the differences between Pretty Little Liars and Ravenswood, Caleb’s “difficult” transition and his return to Rosewood.

As someone who’s been on both Pretty Little Liars and Ravenswood, has there been a contrast with how things operate?
First of all we’re not shooting [Ravenswood] here [in Los Angeles], which has actually made a huge difference. Pretty Little Liars has been such a contained show for us because we’re here on the backlot of Warner Bros., therefore our involvement on a daily basis is more intimate. We see the cast, we see the crew. For New Orleans, we’re flying there and we’re doing our best to become part of this family. It feels different because we’re shooting in a city. I was watching a scene in playback the other day for episode one and the lightning cooperated! There’s a scene where Luke and Olivia walk down a deserted tree-canopied street at night and there’s lightning and fog; that ain’t Hollywood magic, that’s the real thing. It just has scale, if that makes sense.

Would creepy be a good word to describe Ravenswood?
That’s a good word. I told someone the other day, we’ve set the narrative dial on creepy. (Laughs.) Simply because the town is haunted. We introduced the town through Pretty Little Liars but we wanted to make sure, even in its brief introduction, that there was something not right about this place, something was off. Whether there’s people in this town who know its unique and haunted history, and there are indeed older people who know a great deal and there are some young people who even know and our people who will learn that this is in fact a place unlike any other.

When we were first introduced to the town, the color scheme drastically changed when it went from Rosewood to Ravenswood. Will that new scheme continue to be used?
It’s a bluer palette. Even when you shoot back east, it almost comes naturally just because you don’t have that golden California sunshine. When you shoot in Atlanta, New Orleans, Wilmington, New York, Chicago, the gray-blue palette is something that’s organic and inherent to that area.

How would you describe Caleb’s journey to Ravenswood?
He goes for a compelling reason because Hanna seems to be in peril, or at least in over her head with something, so he hops on the bus to get there. But what we learn is there is an equally compelling, if not more compelling, reason to stay in Ravenswood. Unbeknownst to him, he has a strong link and connection to this new place.

Which of the new characters should we look out for?
You’ll meet Miranda in the Halloween episode, who Caleb befriends on the bus, and she becomes very quickly this interesting soulmate because they have similar backgrounds being foster kids, shuttled from house to house, not really having a nuclear family or knowing their families. Her case is even more extreme. With Miranda, she didn’t even know she had living relative until recently and that’s what prompts her journey to meet her uncle. Three other teenagers [Luke, Olivia and Remy] are bound, without realizing that they are, to Caleb and Miranda by something that happened close to 100 years ago.

How does Caleb transition to the new town?
Not easily. It’s not easy for him. There’s a mystery he has to solve and he won’t leave until he understands what this means — the impact of his own life. It’s going to be difficult. It’s not the most welcoming place. Even though we’ve got a lot of suspicious people walking around Rosewood, and our cops definitely lead the bunch, Rosewood is a visually more welcoming environment. There will be some doors slammed in Caleb’s face.

There was some speculation that the new teacher being introduced may be the new Ezra of Ravenswood. How accurate is that?
That might be a little off. We’re not really looking for the teacher-student romance. Sorry. (Joking.) Caleb is not going to hook up with Mr. Price (Justin Bruening). In episode four he has the largest role; he actually takes on Luke as a project. Luke and Olivia, who are twins, are under the cloud of their father’s murder, which is an unsolved murder in this town, where many people in this town believe the mother is the murderer. Her alibi isn’t strong and it looks like Luke may be covering for her as well. That’s part of why Mr. Price recognizes this kid as floundering and helps. It’s not the same as Ezra by any means.

What can you say about the context in which Hanna (Ashley Benson) appears on Ravenswood?
She’s a booty call! Even though our time is passing, we’re saying the first five episodes — believe it or not — are taking place over a couple of weeks. Two weeks without Caleb in Rosewood is withdrawal for Hanna and she’s going to miss him terribly and she’s going to need to see him — although he’ll do everything he can to get her from coming to this godforsaken place.

Should we expect to see Caleb back in Rosewood any time in the near future?
He’s in the season opener of Pretty Little Liars in January. (ABC Family released the official synopsis for the Jan. 7 return Monday: “As the Liars go looking for answers about Alison and try to make sense of their lives for the past year, a darker side of Ezra emerges.”)
Ravenswood premieres Oct. 22 at 9 p.m. on ABC Family.


posted by • October 21st, 2013 • (2) Comments

Published on Oct 21, 2013
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posted by • October 21st, 2013 • (9) Comments

Published on Oct 21, 2013
Nicole Anderson gives us the scoop on ABC Family’s new show “Ravenswood.” Dana Ward sat down with Nicole Anderson in the ClevverTV studio to get all the scoop on the new “Pretty Little Liars” spin-off “Ravenswood.” Find out what makes this show different, what it’s like filming in New Orleans, and what spooky onset pranks go on between the cast.


posted by • October 20th, 2013 • (165) Comments

Published on Oct 20, 2013

Nicole Anderson Talks Ravenswood and Caleb (Tyler Blackburn).


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Published on Oct 20, 2013
Nicole Anderson stars on Ravenswood. Watch our exclusive interview with the actress on the set of this new drama now.


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