Pretty Little Liars
This week’s Pretty Little Liars involved an unexpected romance, character’s blatantly (and recklessly) breaking the law, and a lot of new mysteries.
Maya’s cousin Nate proclaimed to be smitten with Jenna. He told Emily (Shay Mitchell) he’d actually perfer her, but “she’s” gay. He wanted her to help him pick something nice out for Jenna as a present. Emily’s uncomfortable because Jenna’s super shady, but she doesn’t know how to tell him. Emily tried though, and revealed Jenna’s ex is Garrett. This only made Nate like Jenna more, however, since now he felt he had to protect her from Big Bad Garrett. READ MORE
On this week’s Pretty Little Liars our girls set a trap to catch A. Did they succeed? (Sigh. Do they ever?) Plus, one of our favorite characters from the beginning started acting shifty…
Hanna (Ashley Benson) switched Garrett’s note about April Rose to one about meeting in the abandoned church that night. Unfortunately, the church wasn’t abandoned. It was throwing the lamest mixer ever. The plan was to send A to this fake meeting so they could get a look at him or her. Emily was supposed to help/ Toby was even used as a pawn to throw off suspicion. Unfortunately, smarmy Det. Wilden showed up instead, claiming to have intercepted the note. He got all up in Hanna’s face and creepily demanded to know why she was helping Garrett, but she played dumb. READ MORE
This week’s Pretty Little Liars revisited the past and revealed a surprising misdeed about one of our favorite characters. After Alison and Aria (Lucy Hale) discovered her dad was having an affair, Aria made him promise to break it off, which he did. That’s what viewers had learned, but what was revealed last night probably included Aria’s first time breaking the law.
Downton Abbey meets Gossip Girl. That’s the “nutshell” premise for a show based on Anna Godbersen’s YA book series, The Luxe. Would this premise intrigue you enough to watch its potential television adaptation?
The Luxe series includes four books published from 2007 through 2009. In addition to being well-received by readers, the series has garnered generally positive reviews among critics, with The Luxe even spending time on the New York Times Bestsellers list.
The first novel focuses on the elite of New York society around the turn of the 20th century, and their help, including numerous social climbers. At the center of it all is the beautiful Elizabeth Holland, and her free-spirited younger sister, Diana. The Hollands have never recovered from the death of their patriarch, and Mrs. Holland is quickly trying to marry her eldest to a wealthy suitor. The extremely prominent Henry Schoonmaker is a bit of a reckless playboy, which troubles his father because he has political ambitions. He desires to clean up Henry’s reputation by marrying him to the image of propriety, Elizabeth, to the pleasure of Mrs. Holland. READ MORE
Pretty Little Liars’ Brant Daugherty is taking a trip from Rosewood to Salem. The actor, who plays Noel on ABC Family’s hit series, tweeted the news he is taping a guest arc on Days of Our Lives.
According to Soap Opera Digest, Daugherty’s DAYS character will be involved in Will (Chandler Massey) and Sonny’s (Freddie Smith) storyline.
Those Pretty Little Liars from Philadelphia's Main Line have found themselves a new protector (Or is he? You never know on this show!). Check out The Young and the Restless legal eagle Yani Gellman (Rafe) as Officer Garrett Reynolds in a clip from tonight's episode on ABC Family. Looks like 'A' strikes again!