Hanna (Ashley Benson) thinks her crime novel-reading hobby might actually be helping her to determine whose body is in Alison’s (Sasha Pieterse) grave. Simultaneously, Spencer (Troian Bellisario) seems close to deciphering who “Boardshorts” was in Ali’s journal.
Their sleuthing puts them in the increasingly-dangerous path of “A.” Meanwhile, Aria (Lucy Hale) and Emily (Shay Mitchell) each get stuck dealing with family drama.
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The newest incarnation of Family Feud is no stranger to inappropriate, albeit hilarious responses. A a recent episode, host Steve Harvey lost it after he asked, “Name something that squirts when you least expect it.” Watch the contestant’s hilarious response after the jump! READ MORE
Over the course of Downton Abbey’s four seasons, it’s been safe to say Mrs. Hughes (Phyllis Logan) will eventually reveal all your secrets and/or insert herself into your private business — despite being ordered not to!
This week, it was Anna’s (Joanne Froggatt) secret about the rape, which was revealed. Bates (Brendan Coyle) saw the two conspiring. He went to Mrs. Hughes and threatened to leave Downton because his wife no longer loved him, unless she told him the truth. READ MORE
TVLine is reporting Kathryn Prescott has landed the recurring role of Penelope on The CW’s Reign. Penelope is a simple kitchen maid who wins the castle’s annual “Queen for a Day” contest.
Penelope will make a deal with the devil, Queen Catherine (Megan Follows), in exchange for better treatment. The temporary royal will use the opportunity to get what she wants. READ MORE
The February 11 episode of Pretty Little Liars will include a nod to film noir. The plot revolves around a dark, new path Spencer’s (Troian Bellisario) character is taking.
As she continues to try and solve the mystery of Alison (Sasha Pieterse), the overachiever will find herself in the world of a 1940’s crime thriller. The episode, entitled “Shadow Play,” will also be presented in black and white. READ MORE
Tyler Perry's The Haves and the Have Nots recorded its best ratings in total viewers on January 21, by pulling in 2.84 million total viewers. The episode of the OWN soap was also the No. 1 cable show among women 25-54.