Pretty Little Liars Season 5 Spoilers: “Closure” For Ravenswood — Will the Cast Appear in Rosewood?
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Pretty Little Liars Season 5 Spoilers: “Closure” For Ravenswood — Will the Cast Appear in Rosewood?

The cancellation of Ravenswood was sort of a good news/bad news situation. Good news: Caleb (Tyler Blackburn) will be returning to Pretty Little Liars. Bad news: we may never discover what became of the good friends he made in Ravenswood. But, it seems we might not have to choose! What did showrunner Marlene King tell Zap2it about the chance of Ravenswood cast appearing on Pretty Little Liars?

"We have a way to sort of visit a mini version of Ravenswood and I think we'll probably try to do that,” Marlene teased, “so that even as writers we have a little closure on that story. We didn't have much of a chance to get that story told, but we'll find some closure there." A mini-version of Ravenswood? Sound good to us. Does this mean that one episode of PLL will be entirely devoted to its supernatural spin-off? Will it tie in with the Pretty Little Liars plot — will Hanna get to help Caleb and Co. vanquish the Ravenswood ghosts? Will the Ravenswood cast appear at all?

Marlene wasn’t too forthcoming with deets, but she did address that last question. It seems there is a chance we will see the other Ravenswood teenagers again: "We've certainly talked about it,” said Marlene, adding that she “hopes” it happens. “The [Ravenswood] kids are all fantastic and they have become good friends with Caleb, so it's certainly possible that they would come into his life when he returns to Rosewood." We agree. Make it happen, TV show.

Are you looking for some Ravenswood closure or would you rather Pretty Little Liars use all of its time and energy on wrapping up its own mysteries? Sound off in the comments below!

Catch the next episode of Pretty Little Liars on June 10, 2014 at 8 p.m. ET on ABC.

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