'Pretty Little Liars' stars talk Halloween special: 3 spoilers (Video)
The "Pretty Little Liars" stars were out at the Hollywood Forever Cemetery recently, a fitting location to celebrate the show's latest Halloween special.
OTRC.com correspondent Tony Cabrera talked to show stars Lucy Hale, Ashley Benson, Troian Bellisario, Sasha Pieterse, Brant Daugherty and Nia Peeples, as well as executive producer I. Marlene King, about the special and what fans can expect from the spooky episode.
The stars also answered a few Twitter questions he received from fans before the event, so be sure to see their answers in the extended interviews above and on our video page.
Check out three spoilers we learned about the "Pretty Little Liars" season 4 Halloween special below.
1. Viewers will finally find out for sure if Alison is dead or alive.
"You will find out if Alison is dead or alive by the end of this episode," said Pieterse, who plays Alison in flashbacks on the show. "So it's very spooky and there's been a few press photos of Alison in a red coat and I can't confirm or deny if that's fake or not."
Hale confirmed what Pieterse said and told Cabrera, "Well, you find out in this episode if Ali is in fact dead or alive and so, first we have to jump over that hurdle and then if she is in fact alive, you figure out the whole back story on where she's been and everything."
2. The last scene answers a lot of questions ... and raises even more questions.
When Cabrera asked Hale @Rosewood_Secret's Twitter question -- what was the cast's favorite scene to film in the episode -- Hale replied, "Well I can't reveal it, but it's the last, I want to say it's the last scene of the episode, where a lot is revealed. You know, four seasons in and a lot of these questions have been building up, so a lot of questions are answered in this last scene and a lot more questions are being asked after this last scene."
3. Pieterse has a scene in the special where someone in Ravenswood "creeps on Hanna."
When Cabrera asked Pieterse what her favorite scene in the special was, the actress said, "We always have really nice sets and crazy, spooky sets on our Halloween episodes and this was another really weird house. We had that in our first Halloween episode where there was this creepy house, totally felt like it was haunted, dirty, spider-webs, everything. It's similar, except ... this particular place goes through many transformations."
"I have a scene with a creepy person that kind of creeps on Hanna," she added. "It's interesting -- it's hard to explain and I can't really explain it but that was a very fun scene to watch, you know, the ins and outs of it too."
"Ravenswood" star Nicole Anderson, who also appears in the "Pretty Little Liars" Halloween special, previously revealed to OTRC.com host Rachel Smith that in the special, her character, Miranda, runs into Hanna at her uncle's house in Ravenswood. Miranda's uncle is Raymond Collins (played by Steven Cabral), who is the only funeral director in town.
"Miranda and Hanna band together to survive the spooky things that they encounter within the house," Anderson explained.
Catch the "Pretty Little Liars" Halloween special on Tuesday, Oct. 22 on ABC Family at 8 p.m. ET and the "Ravenswood" premiere at 9 p.m. ET
You can also watch a live streaming Facebook Live chat with the "Pretty Little Liars" stars, hosted by Rachel Smith of "On The Red Carpet," OTRC.com and "GMA," on Monday, Oct. 21 - RSVP and submit your questions!
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Reporting by Tony Cabrera, correspondent for the nationally syndicated entertainment show "On The Red Carpet" (check for local TV listings). The series is produced by KABC Television near Los Angeles.