Ravenswood January Premiere Date
Good news, Ravenswood fans! Your new favorite spooky supernatural series will return with all-new episodes in January 2014. So when will Ravenswood premiere its winter season?
Ravenswood will return on January 7, 2014! If that date sounds familiar, it’s because that’s the same winter premiere date as Pretty Little Liars. In fact, Ravenswood will air right after Pretty Little Liars. ABC Family’s breakout hit Twisted will also return with all-new episodes on Tuesday, February 11, 2014, after Ravenswood finishes its short run.
Ravenswood’s premiere was ABC Family’s number one series premiere in the network’s history, and cable TV’s biggest drama debut in the Women 18-34 demo in nearly three years! Not to mention more people tweeted about the premiere than any other new series premiere this TV season. Now, that’s impressive!
As for its current season, Ravenswood has three more episodes before its hiatus. Given the shocking revelation that Miranda is now a ghost, we have no doubt that these last three episodes will be as jaw-dropping as the first two! Of course, Pretty Little Liars fans may want to stick around until Episode 5, when Hanna (Ashley Benson) makes an appearance.
Are you ready for more Ravenswood? Sound off in the comments!
Catch the next episode of Ravenswood on Tuesday, November 5 at 8 p.m. ET on ABC Family.
5 Reasons to watch Ravenswood! [contains spoilers]
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Ravenswood may be a Pretty Little Liars spin-off anchored by a character we already know and love from the Liars-verse, but after last night’s episode (Season 1, Episode 2: “Death and the Maiden”), it claimed a spot on our television-watching schedule based on its own distinct flavor of supernatural suspense. Here are five reasons you need to watch Ravenswood!
You know how PLL took three and a half seasons to reveal whether the central figure of Ali was really dead? Well, Ravenswood solved a similar storyline… by its second episode. At the end of the Ravenswood pilot, its five teenaged protagonists careen off of the road and into a river. And one of them dies! That’s right, Ravenswood killed off one of its central characters in the first five minutes of the second episode. Done, and done.
But, it’s not all doom and gloom! Because we viewers also get an enchanting romance in the form of forbidden lovers Remy and Luke. Their parents don’t want them to see one another, but R&L don’t really care. Especially since their parents mostly suck. Our interest in this Romeo & Juliet romance is probably enhanced by the fact that Remy is probably our favorite character on this show right now. Not only did she give poor Caleb a hug last episode when the dude seriously needed one, but she’s the teen who has pieced together most of what we know so far about the Ravenswood curse. Basically, she’s the Spencer of the group.
Two words: Carla Grunwald.
We weren’t sure how we would feel about having Mrs. Grunwald as a recurring character, rather than just one-time (or two-time) informant in the Liars-verse, but we’re actually really enjoying it. She offers Caleb tea and macaroons, berates Raymond Collins for his tepid behavior, and regales us all with adages about souls. It’s great! And, it says a lot about the Collins’ Family Funeral Home that she is the warmest person in the house. (Raymond is a pricklepuss.)
Caleb gets to shine!
The Pretty Little Liars Powers That Be put stock in the fact that PLL viewers would tune into Ravenswood to find out what happens to Caleb, aka Rosewood’s best boyfriend, and, so far, they’re right. We can’t leave Caleb to fend for himself in this murderous town! It’s been fun to see kindly Caleb get more screen time on this show, given that his storylines always had to take a backseat to the Liars’ “A” plots on PLL. We’re excited to learn more about this character outside of his identity as Hanna’s boyfriend and Liars confidante.
What do you like about Ravenswood? Sound off in the comments below!
Tune in to Ravenswood Episode 3 (“Believe”) on Tuesday, November 5 at its new time, 8 p.m. ET.
Ravenswood November 12th epside ‘The Devil Has a Face synopsis.
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Caleb meets a long lost relative in the hopes of better understanding his current situation in “The Devil Has a Face,” an all new episode of ABC Family’s original series “Ravenswood,” airing Tuesday, November 12 (8:00 – 9:00 PM ET/PT).
Still unnerved by what he witnessed during the seance, Luke searches for a distraction, but realizes there may be no escape from what’s haunting the group. Olivia bonds with Miranda and is surprised to discover their families may have a shared history. And Caleb is caught between new and old loyalties when he struggles to share what’s happening in Ravenswood with Hanna.
Meanwhile, Remy and Caleb investigate an intriguing new clue into the town’s paSt. Luke is surprised to find common ground with Tess. And Miranda thinks she may have finally found what she has been searching for.
[Spoilers] Ravenswood episode 3 ‘Believe’ Synopsis
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So far, the town of Ravenswood feels like a pretty dangerous place to be a teenager, as the Season 1 premiere proved. With the attempted-drowning of Caleb, a car crash which sent him, Miranda, Olivia, Luke, and Remy into the abyss, and a funeral on the horizon, no one is safe. Now in Season 1 Episode 3, the gang will have to make some big strides to find answers.
While Caleb and Miranda are new to town, Remy and the twins have been embroiled in the mysteries of Ravenswood for some time now. Still, Luke doesn’t believe that the town is being haunted by supernatural forces. In fact, he’s already said he thinks his mother is responsible for their father’s death. But that’s all about to change, if the rest of the crew can help it.
Here’s the official synopsis for Season 1, Episode 3: “Believe”:
In order to prove to Luke that something otherworldly is happening, the gang decides to hold a séance.
Hmm, it’s not a lot to go on, but from what we’ve seen in the spoiler photos, someone has died, and Luke, Olivia, their mother, Raymond, Caleb, Remy, and Olivia’s boyfriend Dillon are there to bury them. In one shot, it looks like Miranda’s there — but she’s mysteriously absent from the rest of the pics.
Who died? Why doesn’t Luke believe something is weird going on? And, most importantly, what is going on in Ravenswood? We look forward to finding out all the answers — and even more questions — this season.
Tune in to Season 1 Episode 3 “Believe” on ABC Family on November 5, 2013.
Ravenswood a #1 Launch!
The October 22 premiere of Ravenswood turned out to be an early Halloween treat for ABC Family! Ravenswood launched as the highest series debut ever for the channel for women 18 to 34 with a reported audience of 789,000. Let that sink in for a moment because the good news keeps coming.
Got your head wrapped around what a huge victory that is for the new show? Not quite. That’s okay but brace yourself for even more complicated Ravenswood wins. The show also claimed the spot as cable TV’s biggest drama debut in almost three years and it got the most tweets of any new TV series premiere to date this season.
SocialGuide reports Ravenswood reached more than 3 million people and generated more than 16 million impressions. That’s a whole lot of social networking.
Add the amazing start to Ravenswood with the less surprising but no less great tune-in for Pretty Little Liars’s third annual Halloween special and what do you get? The network’s best Tuesday performance ever recorded for 8 to 10 p.m. in three key categories: adults ages 18 to 34; women ages 18 to 34; and women ages 18 to 49.
Long story short: People really, really love Caleb Rivers (Tyler Blackburn). As they should.
Ravenswood Pilot Re-Cap
On Tuesday night, ABC Family premiered the first episode of the highly anticipated series, Ravenswood.
Caleb Rivers boarded the bus heading to Ravenswood thinking he was on his way to help out his girlfriend, Hannah. It turns out Hannah asked him to stay in Ravenswood to take care of Miranda. On the bus, Caleb meets Miranda Collins who is a lot like him in many ways. Miranda is heading to Ravenswood to find the uncle who shipped her off when she was a baby after her parents died, Raymond Collins. Caleb and Miranda form an instant connection having both been in the foster-care system. Upon arriving in Ravenswood, Caleb and Miranda walk through the cemetery where Caleb comes across a tombstone with his name and face on it. There was another tombstone with Miranda’s name and face. Now, they’re going to find out why.
Miranda’s uncle Raymond owns and runs the funeral home and is less than welcoming when he meets Miranda again. Caleb and Miranda also meet Mrs. Grunwald, the elderly lady who works for Raymond, but briefly worked at a college nearby. Raymond tries to persuade Caleb to get Miranda to leave immediately, explaining that it would be best for everyone. Caleb mentions the tombstones with his and Miranda’s faces and names on them, but Raymond claims to know nothing of it.
Outside the funeral home in the cemetery, Olivia approaches her mother who is scrubbing her dead husband’s headstone because someone vandalized it by spray painting “Black Widow” in red. Olivia tells her mother that she should tell someone, but her mother knows what everyone in the town thinks of her, therefore, no one will care. Olivia’s brother, Luke, comes over and tells them that he has already informed the cops. Their mother gives up and walks away. Apparently, everyone in town thinks their mother murdered their father.
Caleb goes in search of the tombstones so he can take a photo of them to show to Raymond. However, when he and Miranda reach the location where the tombstones are, they find that the names and faces have been changed out. Caleb decides to go into town to see if he can gather more information. Caleb walks into the Ravenswood Gazette and meets Remy, the girl who works there with her father, who owns it. Caleb learns that old obituaries are kept in the morgue, but Remy’s father won’t allow him to go down to search it.
Miranda tries to talk to Raymond again, but he is reluctant to give her any answers regarding her parents and is still intent on wanting her to leave. Caleb gets coffee and runs into Remy again who shows him a picture of himself and asks him if that’s the relative he’s looking for. Olivia is walking with her friend, who’s trying to convince her to go to the parade that night, but Olivia is reluctant to go. At the coffee shop, Luke gets into an altercation with a guy from school. After leaving, Remy runs after him and the two talk and it becomes clear that the two of them are together. Remy’s father interrupts Remy and Luke and Remy walks off with him.
Sitting in her room, Miranda encounters a supernatural occurrence when she sees “someone” behind the curtains. Caleb enters the room and Miranda tells him what happened. Miranda is now intent on leaving, but Mrs. Grunwald tells her that Raymond would like her to stay for dinner and Caleb accepts the offer on her behalf. During dinner, Raymond gives Miranda a photo album that belonged to her mother. Back in her room, Miranda is looking through the album and finds a letter that her mother wrote to her just before she was born. Caleb decides to take a bath to give Miranda some privacy.
Remy is eating dinner with her dad and her mother, who just returned from Afghanistan. Her mother briefly leaves the table and Remy’s father tells Remy to stay away from Luke.
In the bathtub, Caleb briefly closes his eyes when he feels the shower curtain suddenly shift and the water turns on by itself. The shower curtain comes crashing down on Caleb. Through the shower curtain, Caleb sees “someone” holding him down. Then with a blink of the eye, Caleb is alone and comes back up coughing for air.
Remy is about to leave her house and finds her mother making a bed for herself on the couch. She has nightmares and doesn’t want to wake her dad. Remy learns that her mother doesn’t know why she’s alive. Everyone in her unit was killed in an ambush in Afghanistan and she was the sole survivor.
Caleb and Miranda decide to get on a bus to leave. Caleb gets a call from his dad and leaves Miranda to take the call and buy the bus tickets. Standing alone, Miranda sees the same woman she saw in her room and is startled. What looks like a dead woman’s hand reaching out to touch her shoulder, turns to just be Caleb. Caleb sees Remy going into the Ravenswood Gazette and decides that maybe since her father is gone, he and Miranda can get into the basement to look around now. Walking away, neither of them notices the store window behind them has a hand print along with the words, “Last Chance” on it.
Olivia decides to go to the parade, being that she is the homecoming queen. Riding in her boyfriend’s car, waving to the crowd, an unknown stranger walks by and splatters her dress with red paint. Olivia gets out of the car and runs off. She runs into Luke and the two of them walk home together.
In the basement, Caleb and Miranda find the people with their name and face and learn that they, along with three others died by drowning from a boating accident when they were seniors in high school. Remy takes notice that just a week before, a war soldier returned home with the same story as her mother. Miranda realizes that the three of them are not alone. Upon leaving, we see Raymond hiding behind a tree, watching the three of them.
As Olivia and Luke walk home, Luke tells Olivia that he thinks their mother killed their father, which causes Olivia to stop dead in her tracks with a look of horror and sadness upon her face. Luke stops and looks at her with sadness and shame.
In the car, Remy tells Caleb and Miranda about her mother because she thinks it’s somehow connected to them. The five teenagers who died in the boating accident died a week after a Ravenswood soldier came home. Remy wrote a paper about another Ravenswood vet who had the same experience as her mother and the other soldier. In the paper, Remy found out that a few days later, five teenagers were killed in a car accident. They all realize the pattern.
On the way to the diner, they spot Olivia and Luke and Remy offers them a lift and now there are five of them in the car. Just as they come up to the bridge, Miranda sees the same woman standing in the middle of the road. Miranda grabs hold of the steering wheel to prevent Remy from running into her and the car is sent over the bridge into the water, slowly sinking, trapping the five teenagers. As the car is sinking, we see the dead woman is really a dead girl. And then, all is peaceful and all you hear is the radio…
Be sure to tune in on Tuesdays at 8 p.m. on ABC Family to watch this mystery unravel.
Who is Nicole Gale Anderson?
Last night, the world was introduced to Miranda Collins, the spunky, guarded heroine of Pretty Little Liars spin-off Ravenswood. We don’t know about you guys, but we were rather charmed by this prickly foster kid, and that’s mostly thanks to actress Nicole Gale Anderson, who brings a big likeability factor.
Who is this actress, and where might you have seen her before? We’ve got the deets, with five fun and interesting facts about this rising star.
1. She has a strong acting background. Ravenswood is far from Nicole’s first time on TV. Despite being only 23, Nicole already has a long acting resume. Notable roles include Macy Misa on Jonas L.A., Kelly Parker on Make It or Break It, and Heather Chandler on Beauty and the Beast.
2. She used to do gymnastics. Nicole didn’t just play a gymnast on Make It or Break It — she used to be one! When she was younger she was a competitive gymnast who won Nationals. Unfortunately, she was forced to retire due to injuries.
3. She’s also been a model. After gymnastics and before becoming a TV star, Nicole spent some time as a model, and also did TV commercials. Hey, you gotta start somewhere!
4. She has a charitable side. Nicole has been a spokesperson for Underwriters Laboratories’ Safety Smart Program, which helps young people learn how to make safe, healthy, and environmentally friendly choices. She also took part in Disney’s Friends for Change program.
5. Her mother is from the Philippines. For those of you wondering about Nicole’s ethnic background, she was born in Rochester, Indiana, but her mom is from the Philippines. Her dad was a Commander in the US Army.
Ravenswood’s Curse (what we know so far)
The town of Ravenswood is full of so many secrets, we don’t even know where to start looking for answers. But after the Ravenswood premiere on October 22, we are definitely intrigued and ready to search this town high and low for the truth. So far, we’re just glad that no one’s been killed off (or have they? More on that later.), and that Caleb has Hanna’s blessing to be there — even if it landed him square in the middle of the curse.
Over the coming weeks, we’ll be assembling the most in-depth list and analysis of what we know about Ravenswood’s spooky and mysterious curse. Here’s what we have so far:
The Military Connection
Remy told Caleb that right before the five teenagers died back in the day, a soldier returned home. “I don’t even know why I’m here,” the soldier reflected after being the sole survivor of a battle. The next thing the town knew, the five teens died in a car accident. Remy’s mom returns home in present day, says the same thing, and then Luke, Miranda, Olivia, Remy, and Caleb go flying into the river? Doesn’t exactly sound like a coincidence.
Tit for Tat
There’s a balance being held somehow in Ravenswood, but its formula is not easily solved. A soldier survived a war, five teenagers died. Luke and Olivia’s dad died? And… what happens? Miranda and Caleb showed up, but is that part of the pattern? Lose one person, get several to replace them? Save one, lose several? Sounds fair.
Stay Out of the Water!
Who knew that saving water would be such a hip thing to do? Well, at least life-saving, anyway. When Caleb tried to take a bath, he was nearly drowned. And though he thinks it was Raymond Collins’s doing, it’s possible that’s just what the curse wants him to think. The puddles Miranda saw in the house, the dripping “rusty” water that fell on the Pretty Little Liars in the Halloween special? Don’t mind us, but we’ll be drinking soda and polishing our grungy look.
The teens died in a car crash. The new crew got in a car accident while veering away from a mysterious figure. Let’s just walk, shall we?
Everyone’s in on It
Who is the town protecting? We don’t know. But Remy tells Caleb that she once told some kids she lived in Ravenswood, and their response was silence and fear. Adults are in on keeping things under wraps, giving partial answers — if any at all — about what happens. And is it just us, or do they seem kind of afraid that the next generation is going to learn what they know?
The Weird Generational Ties
Are new Caleb Rivers and Miranda Collins and dead Caleb and Miranda the same people, reborn? Are they looping through history? Are they imagining things? Are we? Something is going on with this warped family tree, and we’re not sure if someone is messing with the branches, or if it’s just growing on and on that way.
Brett Dier dishes on Luke’s family tragedy and more!
When the Pretty Little Liars Halloween episode (“Grave New World”) airs, viewers will meet Ravenswood resident Luke Matheson (Brett Dier), a heartbreakingly handsome loner whose cold exterior rubs the Liars the wrong way. But is Luke simply misunderstood?
Wetpaint Entertainment chatted with the Ravenswood star Brett Dier about what we can expect in the Pretty Little Liars spin-off, Luke’s family tragedy, his relationship with Remy, and his real life ghost problem (warning: it’s super creepy!).
Wetpaint Entertainment: Luke is one of two Ravenswood characters we meet in the Pretty Little Liars Halloween episode. What can you tell us about his appearance at the Founders Day celebration?
Brett Dier: He’s very alone. You get the vibe that he’s got nobody except for his family. That’s all he’s got. He’s a loner, and that’s very apparent in the episode. I only had a few scenes in the episode. It’s very quick, but you definitely get a sense of who this guy is. He’s kind of intense, and nobody really wants to go near him. And you’ll find out why in Ravenswood.
Your character Luke has a really tragic backstory. His father was recently murdered and his mom is the main suspect. That has a very strong impact on Luke and his twin sister Olivia (Merritt Patterson).
Everyone thinks their mom did it, and Luke is starting to believe it as well. He thinks his mom killed his own father. That’s a tough thing to carry around! That’s pretty intense, especially if the whole town thinks that too. He probably thinks about it all night and every day. It’s all he can think about, so it explains why he’s kind of intense. It’s hard enough losing one parent, but for Luke, it’s like he’s losing two parents.
He’s also very protective of Olivia, who is a bit more naive about the situation.
Oh, yeah. He’ll do anything for his family and the people he’s super close to. That’s what I really like about Luke. He’s intense on the outside, but he would literally jump in front of a car for the people he loves.
It’s a very honorable trait! And Caleb is sort of similar. How does Luke react to Caleb? They don’t interact much in the pilot, so where do they go from there?
Luke sees this new guy, and he’s intimidated by him right away. He gets intimidated by people that he doesn’t know because he thinks that they’re judging him or talking smack. So he’s very skeptical of Caleb at first, but that all changes toward the end of the episode. Something happens that brings them all together.
There’s also a relationship with Remy (Britne Oldford) at stake. They’re very star-crossed and tragic.
I can’t give away too much about that, but it’s kind of like Romeo & Juliet. It’s a very passionate love, and they can’t really be together. It’s frustrating for Luke.
Because her father is against it.
Right. He’s killing the vibe! He’s looking out for his own daughter. He doesn’t want her hanging around the kid whose mom just murdered her husband.
We’re intrigued to see how Luke handles his own parental dilemmas. Will we get to see Luke interact with his mom more?
Oh, totally! It gets pretty deep into that. It’s really heartbreaking for Luke and Olivia to go through something like that, and you see first-hand how it unfolds.
What can you tell us about the group dynamic going forward because all of these kids get thrown together in the pilot — quite literally!
Yeah, exactly. Since we’re all in it together, we all have to stick together, even though we may not all get along. They really have to work together because there’s really no way they can all survive if they don’t. It was fun filming it as a group, too. I love everyone in our cast, so to go through this experience together has been really special.
You’re all filming together in New Orleans, which is kind of out of your comfort zones. Did it bring the cast closer together?
Well, yeah, it’s kind of like the curse! You’re thrown into this situation with people you don’t know, and at first it’s really stressful, but then you realize you’re in it together. I’m just so glad I love everybody here. That really helps. I had anxiety coming here because I had to leave everybody back home. I’m so glad I get along with everybody because that would have been miserable!
New Orleans has a very rich supernatural history, and Ravenswood has a lot of paranormal activity. Have you experienced any supernatural creepiness in NOLA?
I did! Seriously, though, I’m not even joking. I have two now. I originally had one, and now I have two. So here it is: I was sleeping, and I woke up, and turned on my lamp, and I saw the outline of a body in my bathroom. She had no face because the light was kind of shining on her face. I sat up, and she disappeared. I was fully awake at this point. It was no dream. I was literally sitting up in my bed seeing this. But the really scary thing is that Britne [Oldford] said she saw the same ghost in her place, so that’s pretty scary. Also, I had another experience when I was talking to my friend on the phone — and I have this yo-yo that I kind of play around with; it helps me with stress [laughs] — and the yo-yo was sitting on the ground, and the next thing I know, it started rolling up — my house is on a slant — the slant. It made no sense. I tried to figure out how that could happen, so I tested it out, and it just rolled back down the hill. There’s no way it could have rolled up the slant without someone pushing it. So that was pretty sketchy.
Wow. That’s some seriously spooky stuff. Have you told anyone about this?
I’ve accepted it now. I spoke to this energy healer lady on the phone because I was really petrified at first. I was like, “What if it gets worse?” I’ve seen Paranormal Activity. I know how this stuff works. I’m not going to be lifted up from my room or floating around my house one day. So I spoke to her, and she did this energy work on me, and since then, I haven’t really seen anything, so it must have worked.
I know! It’s crazy. I also recently went to a haunted house, which was pretty cool. It wasn’t really haunted, it was just Halloween haunted, but the stuff down here is pretty cool. Everything is 10 times scarier.
But your house is actually haunted?
Yeah, exactly. I should just charge people to come to my house. I could be making some serious money!
ABC Family Programming Announced
NOVEMBER 2013 PROGRAMMING HIGHLIGHTS
*All programming subject to change*
Tuesday, November 5
Original Series – Episode Premiere
(8:00 PM – 9:00 PM ET/PT)
The group performs a séance in hopes of communicating with a spirit who might have answers to
Tuesday, November 12
Original Series – Episode Premiere
Ravenswood (“The Devil Has a Face”)
(8:00 PM – 9:00 PM ET/PT)
Caleb seeks out a long lost relative in the hopes to better understand his current situation. And Luke
struggles with the supernatural happenings around him.
Tuesday, November 19
ABC Family Marathon
Ravenswood (RVW 1001-1004)
(4:00 PM – 8:00 PM ET/PT)
In a town that has suffered a deadly curse for generations, five strangers suddenly find themselves
connected by this fatal curse and must uncover Ravenswood’s mysterious and terrible history before
it’s too late. Join ABC Family for a thrilling “Ravenswood” marathon, leading up to the shocking
Tuesday, November 19
Original Series – Season Finale
Ravenswood FINALE (“Scared to Death”)
(8:00 PM – 9:00 PM ET/PT)
Remy unwittingly uncovers a major clue to breaking the curse, and Caleb thinks Miranda is in
danger. “Pretty Little Liars” star Ashley Benson appears.
COUNTDOWN TO 25 DAYS OF CHRISTMAS BEGINS (NOVEMBER 20-30)
Join ABC Family as we “Countdown to 25 Days of Christmas.” Beginning Wednesday, November 20,
all of your favorite holiday programming will be available on ABC Family, including the world
premiere of the new ABC Family Original Movie, “Christmas Bounty,” and for the first time on network
television, “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2.”
Tuesday, November 26
Original Movie Premiere
(7:00 PM – 8:45 PM ET/PT)
A former bounty hunter turned elementary schoolteacher (Francia Raisa) is determined to have a
normal life and keep her past a secret. But when her fiancé follows her home for the Christmas
holiday, she struggles to hide her wild family business and the bounty hunter ex-boyfriend (WWE
Superstar Mike “The Miz” Mizanin) she thought she left behind.
Encore presentation airs Tuesday, November 26, at 8:45 PM – 10:30 PM ET/PT
Wednesday, November 27
ABC Family Marathon
(4:00 PM – 11:00 PM ET/PT)
The “Peanuts” gang is back on ABC Family! Watch the beloved Charlie Brown and his band of
unforgettable friends in “Snoopy, Come Home” (5:30 PM – 7:30 PM ET/PT), “A Boy Named Charlie
Brown” (9:00 PM – 11:00 PM ET/PT) and the ABC Family premieres of “Race for Your Life, Charlie
Brown” (4:00 PM – 5:30 PM ET/PT) and “Bon Voyage, Charlie Brown” (7:30 PM – 9:00 PM ET/PT).
Thursday, November 28 – Saturday, November 30
ABC Family Marathon
ABC Family ventures to a mystical world of wizards and warlocks with a three-day Harry Potter
marathon that includes “Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban,” “Harry Potter and the Goblet of
Fire,” “Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix,” “Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince,” “Harry
Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 1,” and concludes with the network TV premiere of “Harry Potter
and the Deathly Hallows Part 2.”
Saturday, November 30
Network TV Premiere
Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2
(8:00 PM – 11:00 PM ET/PT)
The boy wizard’s final adventure concludes with the climactic ultimate battle between “The Boy Who
Lived” and the Dark Lord Voldemort.
Encore presentation airs Saturday, November 30, at 11:00 PM – 02:00 AM ET/PT
Be sure to tune in to ABC Family!
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