While the terror factor in Rosewood is on the up and up, something is still missing -- crazy hot men.
Season four of Pretty Little Liars has upped its 'A' game. Hanna (Ashley Benson), Aria (Lucy Hale), Emily (Shay Mitchell) and Spencer (Troian Bellisar...
Swept up in a crowd of die-hards, I learned that not only had these fans skipped school to see their idol, but they also protested to get her on the cover. What inspiring starlet could provoke such dedication, you ask? Easy answer: Troian Bellisario.
Have you ever involuntarily rolled your eyes at something, yet kind of wanted to hug it? If so, then you understand how I feel about this show.
The winter is finally here and snuggling up with a duvet, book and hot chocolate has never seemed so good. Alas, I thought I could offer a few books that suite this frosty season...
We've created a few (totally fake, sadly not-for-sale) examples to send your child back to school feeling confident about their identity as well as the integrity of that peanut butter and fluff sandwich that you packed with loving care, and with the intent of surviving an ATV crash into the side of a brick building.
Every week, for the past few years, I have been tuning in to watch one of my favorite shows, Pretty Little Liars. Over the years, the show has raised many questions concerning a mysterious individual who is seemingly everyone. Who is A?
Ashley and Hanna are doing what they do best these days: looking at food, but not eating it while having tense conversations. Hanna tries to get her mom to spill about any non-seminar-y things she did while in New York, hoping she'd have receipts or something else to prove her innocence.
The fact that this episode included so many callbacks to Season 1 -- the exterior church funeral shots, the "I know you want to kiss me," etc. -- felt more Sisyphean than Easter egg-y. I'm really getting tired of going in circles here.
Troian Bellisario is absolutely mesmerizing as the lead in the web series Lauren, playing a young solider who is brutally raped by three comrades in arms.
I've got a new addiction, and I can't seem to feed it enough. My name is Michael, and I'm addicted to Pretty Little Liars. I have fallen under its spell completely.
With a blend of backgrounds and ages, the cast of CLONED successfully narrates this camping trip gone bad thriller, adding moments of fear and anticipation as the truth behind Tupper Island unfolds.
Aria walks right into the "Girls" room after Spencer, who's now locked herself in a stall and ignores Aria's sincere pleas to open up. "You're not the only one who could use a little Team Sparia," Aria says, soul-crushingly.
Spence rstorms out of the courtyard, grabs her sunglasses from her locker and then realizes she can't see straight -- not only because she's losing it. Etched in the lenses is, "You rat out T, I take down 1 of your 3 -A."
I can't tell if the writers intended for us to laugh at Aria's lack of self-awareness, but sadly, I think not. This might the most irresponsible approach "Pretty Little Liars" has ever taken with the whole Ezria relationship.
"Pretty Little Liars" is getting dark. And I don't mean black-hoodie-running-through-the-woods-at-night kind of dark. This show has twisted itself in ways I couldn't have imagined while watching Season 1