First Footage of 'Pretty Little Liars' Season 4: Mona Unites With the Liars
Summer is coming and so is the new season of "Pretty Little Liars". First footage from the upcoming fourth installment of the show has now landed online via The Hollywood Reporter, following the girls in the aftermath of the shocking discovery in season 3 finale.
"She set us up," Aria says. Mona is seen hanging out with the girls in many occasions, telling them, "I need to find out who Red Coat is. She tried to kill all of us." The girls, including Mona, receive a disturbing message from "A" which reads, "The truth won't set you free. I'm going to be bury you with it."
Scenes of Toby hiding in the bushes and a tarped body also flash. The video additionally hints at another funeral as the girls are seen attending an event where everyone is dressing in black.
Speaking of the liars' situation in season 4, Troian Bellisario says in a new interview, "Right now the girls are still dealing with the game-changing events of what they found in the trunk. We didn't get to see what they saw and what terrified them. It's really throwing them all for a loop." She promises that viewers will find out what they discovered "immediately,... right when we get back."
"Pretty Little Liars" season 4 will premiere Tuesday, June 11 at 8 P.M. on ABC Family. The network recently picked up its spin-off "Ravenswood" to series and cast Tyler Blackburn of "Pretty Little Liars" on the new show.
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