Tuesday, January 8 is turning out to be quite a bit night. Why? This is going to mark the return of both “Pretty Little Liars” and “The Lying Game” to the air after several months off the air (or in the case of the latter, a full year). There will be plenty of deception between the two shows, and (of course) there are also going to be plenty of reasons to be excited in between some great character moments and plenty of drama. Plus, maybe we will be sent down the road to some actual answers soon.
Thankfully, ABC Family has just unveiled some official details about the return of both shows, which should form a formidable programming block for the network for the rest of the year.
“Pretty Little Liars” (“She’s Better Now”) – “Radley Sanitarium has given Mona a clean bill of health and she is headed back to the halls of Rosewood High, much to the Liars’ dismay. With their former tormentor now back in their everyday life, Aria, Emily, Hanna and Spencer take very different views of the “new” Mona. She made their lives a living hell… Is she really cured? And what other secrets could she be holding onto? It’s up to Mona to prove to the Liars if she has changed or not.”
“The Lying Game” (“The Revengers”) – “Alec is in jail following his arrest for Derek’s murder, but he still manages to unnerve Emma, who is desperate for answers. Rebecca and Sutton’s mother-daughter bonding consists of formulating their plans for the Mercer family, which contradicts Emma and Laurel’s plan to reunite Ted and Kristin. Meanwhile, Mads goes looking for trouble, and meets a mysterious new guy in town.”
After looking at these synopses, one question inevitably comes to mind: is anyone on these shows not looking for some sort of trouble?
Which one of the ABC Family dramas are you looking forward to the most? If you want to hear what Lucy Hale has to say about some troubles coming up for Aria, you can do so over at the link here.
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