Part A of “Pretty Little Liars” fourth season may have came to a close on Tuesday, but fans shouldn’t fret. The ABC Family series is set to return for a one-night stand on Oct. 22 … and with it a brand-new spinoff series, “Ravenswood.”
As we previously reported, ABC Family set up a special “Ravenswood Reveal” to occur during the “Pretty Little Liars” summer finale episode, “Now You See Me, Now You Don’t.” The Twitter challenge during the episode would let viewers reveal clues about the world of “Ravenswood.”
So, how is the #RavenswoodReveal supposed to work? According to ABC Family:
“Reinventing the chain letter, series star Tyler Blackburn (@tylerjblackburn) will kick off the challenge by tweeting a portion of a photo that reveals a clue into the mystery of 'Ravenswood.' Once Tyler's tweet is retweeted 1022 times, in honor of the October 22 premiere date, his castmates Nicole Gale Anderson (@HeyItsNicoleA), Brett Dier (@BrettDier), Britne Oldford (@BritneOldford) and Merritt Patterson (@merrittpattrsn) will tweet out subsequent portions of the photo. Each new piece will only be triggered after the previous portion has been retweeted 1022 times. Once all of the photo pieces are unlocked, fans will need to assemble the pieces and the resulting photo will divulge a tantalizing secret about Ravenswood.”
Fortunately “Pretty Little Liars” viewers were Twitter-happy on Tuesday and the photo was revealed. At 7:27 p.m., Blackburn posted the first bit, sending Twitter users on over to Patterson. At 7:28 p.m. Patterson posted the next piece and sent fans over to Dier for another clue. Dier posted the third piece at 7:40 p.m. and passed the torch onto Oldford. Oldford revealed the fourth piece at 8:48 and tweeted that Nicole Gale Anderson would post the fifth. Anderson posted the fifth piece at 9:23 p.m.
The photo pieces revealed the following:
Looking back at the promo video for “Ravenswood” that was revealed during the "Pretty Little Liars" summer finale, the image matches this:
Looks a lot like Tyler Blackburn’s Caleb, right? Let us know your thoughts on “Ravenswood” in the comments section.