We love our Pretty Little Liars guys, especially when they’re giving us hints about what’s to come!

Us Weekly recently spoke to Keegan Allen (Toby Cavanaugh) and Tyler Blackburn (Caleb Rivers) about the many secrets of the “A” train and what’s next in Season 3B!

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If you’re like us, and you can’t stop thinking about all of the cliffhangers from the Halloween episode (Season 3, Episode 13: “This Is a Dark Ride”), don’t worry. Keegan promises that those secrets are a big part of what’s to come in the rest of the season.

“A lot of the insanity that happened in the Halloween episode, it gets touched on throughout the entire season. There's a lot of secrets that happen on the train and we find out a lot more of what's tormenting the girls and pushing the girls to their breaking point,” Keegan said, while wearing black gloves we might add. No he wasn’t in character. They’re what he calls his “New York gloves.” Adorable, right?

But unlike Keegan, the gloveless Tyler doesn’t think his character’s secrets are going to be anything as severe as what Toby has been hiding. “For my character, his [secrets] have been pretty tame, and I think they'll continue to be mostly stuff about his past with his family. I think there's always room for more,” Tyler said.

However, even if Caleb isn’t the reason why we’re gasping, we’re pretty sure the season finale is going to be full of memorable moments. “The finale is absolutely insane. You get a lot of secrets revealed, some of which you might not want to know about,” Keegan said.

We’re already on the edge of our seats! What wouldn’t we want to know about? According to Keegan, on top of all of the “A” train madness, the finale will reveal a “whole other” bunch of secrets. Any predictions?

Catch the return of PLL Season 3 on Tuesday, January 8, 2013 at 8 p.m. ET/PT on ABC Family.

Source: Us Weekly

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