4 Other Pretty Little Liars Characters Who Should Visit Ravenswood
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4 Other Pretty Little Liars Characters Who Should Visit Ravenswood

On next week's mid-season finale of Ravenswood, Hanna Marin is going to show up on the Pretty Little Liars spin-off, presumably to figure out WTF is going on with her boyfriend, who has suddenly stopped returning her calls.

This got us thinking about other Pretty Little Liars favorites we might like to see swing by the spin-off. While we generally think the shows probably shouldn't cross paths too often, given their notable tone differences, if the writers are going to continue going down the crossover route, here are the four other characters we'd most like to see show up in Ravenswood to hang with Caleb and his cursed compatriots.

Lucas. Lucas has basically disappeared from Pretty Little Liars anyway, and he and Caleb used to be good friends. Maybe he could even move to Ravenswood for a more permanent stay. Caleb could use a buddy, and Lucas has plenty of reasons to get out of Rosewood.

Noel Kahn. Another MIA Pretty Little Liars character who might have more room to grow on Ravenswood. Noel is a good ambiguous baddy, but with so many other creepers running around Rosewood, he's gotten lost in the shuffle. Eventually Caleb and co. will have to have some enemies that aren't supernatural, and Noel could be a fun foil for them for an episode or two (or more!).

Jenna Marshall. OK, let's be honest: we just love Jenna and want to see more of her however possible. Still, she's mysterious enough that we wouldn't be shocked to find out she has some sort of link to Ravenswood, too.

Toby. We loved Toby and Caleb teaming up in the first half of Season 4, and we could totally see Toby swinging by to try to figure out what's going on with his bro. It would have to be a brief stay, since Toby obviously belongs in Rosewood, but it could be fun.

Who would you like to see guest star on Ravenswood, or would you prefer the two shows stay completely separate? Sound off in the comments below!

Rebecca Martin is an Associate Editor at Wetpaint Entertainment and our resident Game of Thrones, Pretty Little Liars, and genre TV expert. Follow her on Twitter and Google+!