Two can keep a secret when one of them is dead.
Watch an exclusive promo for Pretty Little Liars’ Season 5 return and get a preview of the mind-boggling twists to come from Marlene King.
A red coat is not just a garment to keep you warm in winter. Warning: spoilers ahead.
I can confirm with 99% certainty that one of these characters is definitely “A.” Maybe.
A LOT has happened in Rosewood and no one knows that better than the people who created those moments.
All hail Mrs. and Mrs. Adams Foster.
After he played Emmett on the iconic gay series Queer as Folk, Peter Paige co-created The Fosters, about a family with two moms. Now behind the camera, he reflects on how much things have changed.
As one of the four leading ladies on the phenomenon that is Pretty Little Liars, Bellisario has become a role model to a generation of young women. Now, she’s physically and mentally planning to leave her mark beyond the teen soap.
Zeta Beta Zeta, we hardly knew ye.
“The current conversation surrounding our pilot was not what we had envisioned and is certainly not conducive to the creative process,” a spokesperson told BuzzFeed.
The ABC Family project, which spurred controversy earlier this week, pits Muslim values against American ones in a script dotted with cultural inaccuracies and stereotypes.
“Behind the veil,” again.
After this week’s highly anticipated reveal, viewers of ABC Family’s hit series have every reason to be angry.
Lucy Hale, Ian Harding, and executive producer Marlene King talk exclusively to BuzzFeed about the future of the show now that Ezra’s big secret has been revealed. Plus, watch an exclusive clip from the Feb. 25 episode!
The star of Ravenswood (back tonight!) outs herself as a “closet nerd” in our Q&A. Find out all of her adorably geeky interests below!
While LGBT representation went down slightly in 2013, the bigger problem is how LGBT characters were portrayed. With displays of same-sex affection so invisible, gay characters just aren’t on the same footing as their heterosexual counterparts.
It is not a great fall for new television, friends! But here are the shows of distinction, both good and bad. In handy chronological order.
“A” had nothing to do with the ranking of this list.
The midseason finale ended with a shocking cliffhanger, as a beloved character was seemingly revealed to be “A.” Here’s what the star said about the jaw-dropping surprise. Warning: MAJOR SPOILERS if you haven’t seen “Now You See Me, Now You Don’t.”
Because ABC Family is more complicated than Lost. To prepare for the Pretty Little Liars midseason finale, brush up on these dangling threads.
Amy Sherman-Palladino directed this video to say goodbye. Weep!
How well do you remember this ’90s classic?
Perhaps to make up for killing Bunheads, the cabler has given the groundbreaking hearing/deaf drama a third season and ordered more episodes for The Fosters and Twisted. Plus, creator Lizzy Weiss on the news and what lies ahead.
After a long wait, ABC Family has canceled Bunheads.
With series like Modern Family, The New Normal, and now The Fosters, TV is embracing representation of the LGBT family. But how can these shows find the line between preaching and entertaining?
You’re confused as hell, but believe me, you are not alone. Spoilers through the Season 4 premiere.
Aria and Ezra broke up at the end of Season 3, but are they done for good? “Right now, it’s really rough for them,” Ian Harding says.
Producers say that our most pressing questions will be answered — but that doesn’t mean new mysteries won’t emerge. Still, producer Marlene King says, “We do have a final endgame. We’ve known what the ending was since the pilot.”
There’s a lot on already — hello, crazy season of Real Housewives of New Jersey! But there is still plenty of great television to come. Here are 24 new and returning shows, arranged chronologically by premiere date.