If the first episode of Ravenswood was merely weird, episode two was out of this world — literally. For starters, one of “the five” didn’t survive last week’s Civil Wars-fueled car crash, and stranger still, no one really seemed that bothered by said person’s death.
The mystery of Ravenswood deepens on the show’s Oct. 29 episode — now airing at its regular time, 8/7c — and Tyler Blackburn recently visited HollywoodLife.com to give us the scoop on what lies ahead for Caleb and the rest of his “cursed” pals. Does everyone survive last week’s car crash? Will Caleb stay with Hanna (Ashley Benson), despite their separation? And just how awkward was it filming that infamous bath scene?
“There’s so much death, it’s like the town’s soaked in it.” This ominous line best sums up the Oct. 22 series premiere of Ravenswood, a chilling hour that began in a graveyard and ended with five teens plummeting to their deaths; and caught in the middle of it all was our boy Caleb (Tyler Blackburn) and his new pal Miranda (Nicole Anderson), the latest transplants of the creepiest zip code in all of Pennsylvania.
When Ravenswood premieres Oct. 22 at 9 p.m., fans will see Caleb (Tyler Blackburn) begin his new life in a new town — but does that also mean he’ll begin a new relationship? Caleb and fellow newbie Miranda (Nicole Anderson) have electric chemistry on the first episode, and even though they appear to be keeping things strictly platonic, I couldn’t help but ask Nicole about a potential romance during a recent visit to the show’s New Orleans set.
Caleb Rivers (Tyler Blackburn) takes a one-way bus to Ravenswood after the Pretty Little Liars Halloween special Oct. 22; and after getting an early look at the highly anticipated spin-off, I’m more eager than ever to nab a seat on that bus myself. The pilot wastes no time, diving head first into the show’s central mystery, allowing viewers to discover the town’s secrets along with Caleb and his crew.
Mark your calendars, “Haleb” fans! Though Hanna (Ashley Benson) and Caleb (Tyler Blackburn) will be tragically ripped apart during the two-hour Pretty Little Liars/Ravenswood event Oct. 22, we already know when we’ll finally see them share a scene!
ABC Family knows its loyal fans hate waiting — for anything — so in anticipation of Ravenswood‘s Oct. 22 series premiere, the network has released the first official trailer for the Pretty Little Liars spin-off!