After Mona (Janel Parrish), Aria (Lucy Hale), and Emily (Shay Mitchell) realized A stole the trailer of evidence, A tried to strangle Mona. Emily and Aria helped her, then they were all nearly run over by A.
Emily’s shoulder was seriously bruised, which threatened her chances of doing well in the big swim meet. Emily wanted to impress a recruiter, so she could go to Stanford with Paige. The nefarious Shana was back, and also gunning for the final spot in the Stanford swimming program. READ MORE
Great news for Tyler Christopher fans. The General Hospital favorite has been placed on contract with the show. Soap Opera Digest is reporting that Christopher is sticking around Port Charles where he stated,
It took us a few months to work out the details, but I signed last week," he reports. "I'm really happy about it. I love the show and I'm having a great time.
Former All My Children and Grey's Anatomy star Justin Bruening will be reprising the role as Chef Jeff on ABC Family’s Switched at Birth, according to The Hollywood Reporter. The episode will air on July 29.
Jeff and Daphne (Katie Leclerc) broke off their romance on bad terms, so the context of his re-appearance in the Switched at Birth world should be interesting.
Season 4 of Pretty Little Liars began with revealing what was inside the trunk, a dead pig. After the cops were called in, the “pig” had been replaced with a more figurative one, Detective Wilden. Someone shot him multiple times.
The Liars (which now included Janel Parrish’s Mona) feared they were going to be framed for another murder by A and/or Red Coat. READ MORE
Last season, Pretty Little Liars fans were led to believe Toby (Keegan Allen) was part of Team A. In truth, Toby had only infiltrated Team A in order to find out the Red Coat’s real identity, and save his girlfriend and her friends.
In a recent video chat with TV Guide, Allan dropped some clues about what’s ahead for Toby in Season 4. Said the actor:
Toby goes through a pretty emotional path of his past. I get to finally find out more about him and more about some really insane secrets of his past that are heart-wrenching.
Joanna Johnson has a full plate these days. The Bold and the Beautiful guest star is gaining raves reviews for the new ABC Family series The Fosters, which she’s co-executive producing (under the leadership of some chick named Jennifer Lopez). TV Guide Magazine’s Michael Logan spoke with Johnson, where she revealed the risk she took with show and if she will be back on B&B.
TV Guide Magazine: Word is, you turned down another series hoping the pilot for The Fosters would get picked up. True?
Johnson: Peter and Brad made a beautiful pilot, which I had nothing to do with. I met with them after it had been filmed and got very excited, even though I had an offer to do another show that was all set to shoot. Since The Fosters hadn't yet received a pickup from ABC Family, my agents said, "You gotta take the sure thing." In this business, you don't say no to work, but I really wanted to do The Fosters. It was so worth taking the risk. I couldn't stand the idea that it would get picked up and I'd be working on some other show, playing it safe. I would have kicked myself forever. This show can achieve so much! It's a great opportunity to raise awareness and inspire people to open up their hearts and get into the foster-care program. READ MORE