Plus, the fan-favorite actress tells HollywoodLife.com why she finally joined Twitter, and how that experience has been so far.
We’ve seen Bianca Lawson in a slew of memorable roles throughout her career — from Kendra, the sassy slayer we all loved on Buffy, to Ms. Morrell, the guidance counselor we all fear on Teen Wolf — but now she’s taking on a totally unfamiliar role: Twitter user! Bianca talks to HollywoodLife.com about her first 140-character encounter, as well as what we can expect from Teen Wolf‘s Aug. 19 mid-season finale.
Plus, Bianca explains why she hasn’t joined Twitter yet. (Fans, she knows you want it!)
Bianca Lawson may be six feet under on Pretty Little Liars, but she’s alive and kicking on Teen Wolf — with an emphasis on the “kicking” part. Her character, guidance counselor Ms. Morrell, was revealed to have a much more bad-ass agenda on the second season finale, and Bianca tells HollywoodLife.com it’s only going to get more bad ass from here.
Marlene King gives HollywoodLife.com the scoop on the Aug. 28 finale, including how fans will get their long-awaited ‘justice for Maya.’
We’re just 27 hours away from the summer finale of Pretty Little Liars, which means we’re also just 27 hours away from finding out which of Rosewood’s shady residents was responsible for Maya’s death — but that’s not the only major revelation the Aug. 28 episode has in store for us! Creator Marlene King tells HollywoodLife.com to expect a “stunning” hour full of “multiple betrayals.” Oh, and get ready to scream.
Bianca gives HollywoodLife.com the scoop on her character’s killer, her thoughts on Emily & Paige, and the one Maya video we haven’t seen — yet!
Emayans will finally get some justice when Maya’s killer is revealed on the Aug. 28 summer finale of Pretty Little Liars, so I decided to bust out my Ouija board and have a little chat with the dearly departed herself. Even though Bianca Lawson said she’s being kept in the dark just as much as we are, she was able to shed some light on a few of Rosewood’s most closely guarded secrets.
Plus, five other mind-blowers from the Aug. 14 episode of ‘Pretty Little Liars.’
I know every episode of Pretty Little Liars is a parade of revelations and other-such discoveries, but this week’s episode was relentless in its shockery. For example: Did you know Garrett (Yani Gellman) wasn’t the last person to see Maya (Bianca Lawson) alive? Or that Emily (Shay Mitchell) might be bisexual? Or that Noel Kahn (Brant Daugherty) is on the football team? Those all came as equal, fantastic surprises to me.
Bianca gives HollywoodLife.com some scoop on the new role that she says will keep fans guessing.
Maya may be six feet under on Pretty Little Liars, but even “A” can’t keep Bianca Lawson off our TV screens for long. In fact, Bianca is resurfacing on the June 18 episode of Teen Wolf as Ms. Morell, the new guidance counselor at Beacon Hills High! “I think viewers will definitely be wondering how much she knows, as opposed to how much she’s letting on,” Bianca told HollywoodLife.com back in February when we first chatted about her new gig.
Shay Mitchell addresses all the rumors about what’s to come for Emily in season three, including several potential new love interest — both male and female!
Pretty Little Liars fans were devastated when Emily’s (Shay Mitchell) girlfriend Maya (Bianca Lawson) was found dead on the second season finale, and it looks like season three will tackle that mystery right away June 5 with the introduction of Maya’s cousin Nathan (Sterling Sulieman). “He’s a great character,” Shay told HollywoodLife.com and other reporters May 23 on the Rosewood set. “I think for Emily, in some way, [he’s] a reminder of Maya, and it brings a closeness to her.”
Who do YOU think killed Maya? And furthermore, do you think she’s really dead?
While Pretty Little Liars fans are still reeling from last night’s revelation that Mona (Janel Parrish) is “A”, or at least one member of the “A” Team, I’m here to talk about the other twist of the evening: Maya’s (Bianca Lawson) death! It was a heartbreaking moment for Emily (Shay Mitchell) and ‘Emaya’ fans alike, and I have a feeling the killer is right under Emily’s nose — or rather, attached to her face.
Plus, Bianca tells HollywoodLife.com all about the ‘delicious’ Maya/Paige showdown we’ll (sadly) never get to see!
I’ve got some good news and some bad news for fans of Emily (Shay Mitchell) and Maya (Bianca Lawson) on Pretty Little Liars. For starters, “there will be some hurdles” coming up for Rosewood’s lesbian power couple, and they will be a whole lot worse than the mystery man Maya hooked up with while she was out of town. “There are other things, independent of that situation, that will come in and create tension,” Bianca hints to HollywoodLife.com. “That’s not going to be their biggest hurdle.”
The show has given us its fair share of surprises and twists, but last night’s episode takes the cake, as it spilled more secrets — and they weren’t at all pretty!
The season finale is quickly approaching, and Pretty Little Liars is seriously stepping up its game. After last week’s scandalous episode, this week’s brought even more drama straight from Alison’s own family — as if the girls didn’t have enough problems to deal with!
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This week’s Liars left us with the best cliffhanger yet, and the mysterious “A” stepped up his/her deadly game of cat-and-mouse with radio shout-outs and personal letters.
When we last left Hanna (Ashley Benson), Emily (Shay Mitchell), Spencer (Troian Avery Bellisino) and Aria (Lucy Hale), they were shell-shocked after reading a cryptic message left on Spencer’s bedroom mirror. This meant that “A” had actually been IN Spencer’s house! Scary, right?
Sex, alcohol, cheating, lies and scandal make for one seriously guilty pleasure on Tuesday nights!
The third episode of Pretty Little Liars, which aired June 21, revealed some shocking secrets, but at the same time teased that plenty more will be exposed in the coming weeks.