We’ve got good news for “Ravenswood”! The spinoff series from the hit ABC Family drama “Pretty Little Liars” will be returning in January!

Premiering on Oct. 22 after the special “Pretty Little Liars” Halloween episode, “Ravenswood” has kept audiences captivated into its second week with the drama surrounding five teens in a supernatural town. Becoming the network’s No. 1 series premiere in history for women 18-34, “Ravenswood” even broke the record for cable TV’s biggest drama debut in the demographic in nearly three years.

Moving to the Tuesday 8 p.m. time slot after its pilot episode, the spinoff only has three remaining episodes in 2013. But that doesn’t mean “Ravenswood” will be gone after Nov. 19. Episode 5, “Scared to Death,” will find the teens making horrifying discoveries regarding the curse as they try to break it. Featuring a guest appearance from “Pretty Little Liars” star Ashley Benson, the episode is set to be “Ravenswood’s” midseason finale. The series will then take a brief hiatus and return on January 7 … with its mother show, “Pretty Little Liars.”

The January switch up will have “Ravenswood” moving from 8 p.m. back to its original 9 p.m. time slot so it could follow the “Pretty Little Liars” season 4B premiere. However, the move won’t be permanent either. The January return of "Ravenswood" will only be for five episodes, with its season one finale airing on Tuesday, Feb. 4.

The conclusion of the 10 episode first season will lead into the return of “Twisted” on Tuesday, Feb. 11. ABC Family’s new drama will pick up with Danny on the run and looking even more suspicious in the murder of Regina. However, what the town of Green Grove doesn’t know is that the “real killer is someone they never suspected.” Meanwhile, Jo will dig deeper into what Danny and Lacey have been keeping from her and will get “swept into the truth about what really happened to Danny’s Aunt Tara.”

Are you excited that “Ravenswood” will be returning in January? Let us know your thoughts on the “Pretty Little Liars” spinoff in the comments section.