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'Pretty Little Liars: We Love You To DeAth' Special to Air on October 21

Troian Bellisario, Sasha Pieterse, Lucy Hale, Ashley Benson and Shay Mitchell.
Photo Credit: ABC Family/Eric McCandless
The town of Rosewood is a perfect setting for things that go bump in the night, and this Halloween ABC Family's Pretty Little Liars will give its devoted fans an inside look at the show with interviews with PLL cast and crew. The fan special Pretty Little Liars: We Love You To DeAth will air on Tuesday, October 21 at 8 p.m. ET/PT as part of ABC Family's "13 Nights of Halloween."

Troian Bellisario, Ashley Benson, Lucy Hale, Shay Mitchell and Sasha Pieterse sit down to answer fans burning questions about the show, while Tyler Blackburn, Ian Harding, Janel Parrish, Keegan Allen and Pretty Little Liars crew members sit down to give insiders a glimpse at the behind the scenes workings of the show. It wouldn't be Halloween, or Pretty Little Liars, if it didn't include some of A's victims in a "Dearly Departed"-themed segment with interviews from those who met a deadly end, such as Bianca Lawson (Maya St. Germain), Ryan Merriman (Ian Thomas) and Bryce Johnson (Det. Darin Wilden).

Also Pretty Little Liars super fans weigh in on their favorite OMG moments and what the show has meant to them. And everyone has a theory on who they think is A!

Pretty Little Liars is produced by Alloy Entertainment in association with Warner Horizon Television and is executive produced by I. Marlene King, Oliver Goldstick, Leslie Morgenstein and Joseph Dougherty. The series stars Troian Bellisario, Ashley Benson, Tyler Blackburn, Lucy Hale, Ian Harding, Laura Leighton, Shay Mitchell, Janel Parrish and Sasha Pieterse.

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