While I can’t embed the video, you can view it right at this link. Luke talks about how shocked he was to find out Dillion was evil and what’s to come in the upcoming episode’s for his character.
The 25 Days of Christmas on ABC Family may have just begun but fans of the network’s popular series are impatiently waiting for the return of their favorite shows.
ABC Family has just released the January programming and it features the return of some of our favorite shows! Pretty Little Liars, Ravenswood, The Fosters, and Switched at Birth will all be returning with their Winter Premiere episodes.
Ravenswood will be wrapping up its first season this Winter and the episode descriptions give us an idea of what to expect when the show returns.
Tuesday, January 7L Revival
Caleb struggles in the aftermath of his time on the other side. Remy learns her dreams may offer clues into understanding the pact, but something is determined to keep her from learning anything new. And an unknown force threatens Miranda.
Tuesday, January 14: “Home Is Where the Heart Is (Seriously Check the Floorboards)
Remy continues to deal with the effects of her dreams, and Caleb’s father decides to pay him a visit. And an ominous discovery is made at Luke and Olivia’s house.
Tuesday, January 21: I’ll Sleep When I’m Dead”
Remy seeks help at a sleep clinic, but learns it may be the least safe place for her to be. And Miranda discovers new consequences for leaving the Collins’ house.
Tuesday, January 28: “Along Came a Spider”
An arrest is made in the murder of Luke and Olivia’s father. And Caleb starts high school in Ravenswood.
At the end of Ravenswood’s mid-season finale (Season 1, Episode 5: “Scared to Death”), we discovered Olivia’s boyfriend Dillon was up to no good with evil ghost girl Max. But what exactly are they up to?
TVLine recently chatted with executive producer Oliver Goldstick about Dilllon’s mysterious motives, and he shed some light on the enigmatic Ravenswood resident. “You’ll find out why he talks to that little girl — he’s got a good reason, too,” he said. “He is a mortal, he’s not an evil being. But he basically has access to something else and you’ll find out why.”
He obviously has access to the Other Side, right? How else would he be able to communicate with Max? We know Dillon has a “connection to the past,” so it’s possible that he had a past life similar to Caleb and Miranda’s.
While we’re not sure what Dillon’s motives are — is he trying to make sure the curse goes according to plan? — we do know that he’ll be getting closer to Olivia when Season 1 returns in January 2014. Perhaps Dillon knows the truth about what happened to Luke and Olivia’s father. According to Oliver, “the legacy of the curse, where it comes from, how it’s going to impact their lives now and what happened to Luke and Olivia’s father because of it” will be the focus of the winter season.
ABC Family’s Ravenswood’s midseason finale “Scared to Death” details and its return date are revealed. Plus, when is Pretty Little Liars’ Ashley Benson appearing on Ravenswood?
Ravenswood will air its midseason finale “Scared to Death” on November 19 as its fifth episode of the first season. The episode will see Caleb (Tyler Blackburn) frustrated by the lack of answers while romantic drama abounds for Caleb, Remy (Britne Oldford), Luke (Brett Dier), Olivia (Merritt Patterson), and Dillon (Luke Benward). Hanna (Ashley Benson) will travel from Rosewood to Ravenswood in this episode to deal with her relationship with Caleb.
“Just when Caleb thought he was getting answers to what may be haunting Ravenswood, he hits a dead end and is left with more questions. Miranda tries to prove that she’s where she wants to be, but Caleb senses she’s in grave danger. Remy unwittingly uncovers a major clue into the how to break the curse, but further investigation leads to a truly haunting scene. Meanwhile, Caleb tries to reassure Hanna, Luke tries to get on the same page with Remy, and Olivia strives to reconnect with Dillon.”
Can you believe the midseason finale is so soon? What do you want to happen? Do you think long distance can work for Hanna and Caleb?
We’re a little disoriented by ABC Family scheduling. Ravenswood started in late October, following the Pretty Little Liars Halloween special. We’ve had one episode since, which means we’re through two of the five-episode order. Will we be getting more heart-stopping episodes after that?
It looks like we will only have five — for now. But Ravenswood will be coming back after a short hiatus on January 14, 2014 — aka on the same night as PLL begins its winter season. We know that seems like a lengthy wait, but there’s plenty to look forward to in the mean time! Keeping the short season order in mind, it seems that showrunner Marlene King has crammed the remaining three episodes full of drama! In response to a question about how many Ravenswood episodes in total we will be getting, Marlene tweeted: “Five. And trust me, you do not want to miss the next 3!”
We can only imagine what Marlene can do with another three episodes, given that the first two have already seen all five main characters nearly killed multiple times — and one of the five teenaged protagonists actually dying before reappearing as a ghost. Yeah, this show may move even faster than its PLL counterpart. The next episode to look forward to is Season 1, Episode 3: “Believe.” In it, we’ll get to see Miranda’s funeral — and so will Miranda, who is attending as a ghost. What will her ghost get up to next? We’ll have to wait and see!
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If you squint hard enough, you can just make it out there in the distance: the city limits sign for Ravenswood, Pennsylvania, where Caleb Rivers will begin unraveling a mystery that will pull him away from his life (and love) in Rosewood.
The much-hyped “Pretty Little Liars” spin-off, “Ravenswood,” debuts tomorrow on ABC Family, and ahead of episode No. 1, we hopped on the phone with actress Britne Oldford, whose character Remy is among the first to welcome Caleb to the ooky spooky town. Keep reading for all the details on Remy’s rocky relations, steamy love life and whether we’ll ever see vampires walking the streets of Ravenswood.
Hollywood Crush: How would you describe Remy to someone who’s never met her?
Britne Oldford: I would describe Remy as a total straight-shooter. She has a very good head on her shoulders. She’s determined, very justice-driven and wants to find the truth, and she can sort of hang out with any crowd, which I think is kind of awesome.
Remy has a boyfriend, Luke (played by Brett Dier), who’s been going through a lot the past few months. How is their relationship?
Luke has had a very hard time. His father was murdered, and the police are trying to figure out what’s going on with that, as well as my mother just came back from Afghanistan, and she’s suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder. So there’s a lot of tension with both of our families, but Luke and Remy, in the end, always end up coming back together and staying strong.
Of course, we wouldn’t be in Ravenswood if it weren’t for Caleb Rivers. How does Remy accept the newbie in town?
Remy is one of the first people to meet Caleb Rivers in Ravenswood, and she sort of gives him some information and sees that both him and Miranda (played by Nicole Anderson), they need help. She’s very willing and eager, and all the information that he’s giving her and the information that she’s finding out in the first episode is very intriguing. She continues to help them along and figure out what’s going on with their lives and in the town.
From the premiere synopsis, it sounds like Remy might be a step ahead of everyone in investigating the town’s curse. Would you say that’s accurate?
I would say that she’s a bit of an encyclopedia when it comes to Ravenswood, and she knows pretty much everything about the town because she works for the Gazette, which is owned by her father. So she’s always known that the town has had very interesting and odd sort of supernatural things happening, but she’s never really delved deep into it until Caleb and Miranda come to town with their issues, and then she really starts to look and see that something is really different about Ravenswood.
Can we discuss the supernatural aspects for a second? I assume there are no vampires running around Ravenswood?
Well, you never know! We’re only just starting to film the sixth episode next week. So far, the supernatural is just very—there’s spirits around, and there’s definitely some evil energy, and we don’t know what it is, and it’s affecting everyone in the town. So far, it’s a pretty wild ride.
You also had a role on “American Horror Story: Asylum.” Does darker material pique your interest?
You know, I wouldn’t say it piques my interest. I know that I’m a huge sci-fi fan, so I got a kick out of the aliens on “American Horror Story,” for sure. I have this track record of horror and mysteries and things being drawn to me. I find them interesting and a lot of fun to film. So far it’s working out, and I’m happy with it.
In a new preview clip from Ravenswood Season 1 Episode 1, Caleb is snooping around for information about a chilling graveyard sighting. So what does he do? He visits Miranda’s uncle, Raymond Collins (Steven Cabral), who happens to be the town’s coroner. While there, he questions the guy about the confusing situation in the cemetery, namely that his and Miranda’s photos and names are carved onto tombstones. Yikes!
“There was nothing vague about it,” Caleb argues when Raymond tells him that he was simply halluncinating and shouldn’t make too much out of a faded photograph. “The only difference between him and me was a haircut.”
Unfortunately I can’t embed the video, but you can watch it right here