via press release:
Stars of ABC Family's Pretty Little Liars Sit Down with Good Morning America for Exclusive Facebook Live Interview
Join the stars of Pretty Little Liars as they sit down live for the first time all together for an exclusive Facebook Live interview with Good Morning America's Rachel Smith on October 21 at 2 PM PT / 5 PM ET. The cast will discuss what it's like to star in one of the most talked about shows on Facebook and what fans will see this season. Fans are encouraged to RSVP and share their questions for Troian Bellisario, Ashley Benson, Lucy Hale, Shay Mitchell here: https://www.facebook.com/events/225591870932372 #PLLLive
- This exclusive, hour-long live stream will be the first live interview with the four main actresses of Pretty Little Liars. The cast will discuss the upcoming Halloween Special, which airs on ABC Family on October 22 at 8PM/7PM C, talk about being a part of one of the most popular shows on Facebook and answer questions from Facebook fans.
- Tyler Blackburn, star of Ravenswood, the spinoff that premieres after the Pretty Little Liars Halloween episode, will show an exclusive clip from the Ravenswood premiere
- Facebook Live gives fans the opportunity to interact with some of the most popular public figures on Facebook, and provides public figures a platform to present how they are using Facebook or engaging with fans around a topic in an authentic way. Facebook Live enables fans to have meaningful, authentic conversations with stars of their favorite shows and movies. Fans can ask questions via Facebook, and the artist answers them live.
- This is the first Facebook Live to be done in conjunction with a morning show and to air (in portion) on a network show (GMA).
- If you miss the live event, it will be available on demand shortly after on FacebookLive.com, the Pretty Little Liars Page and the Good Morning America Page.
- This Facebook Live follows a Facebook Live in London with artist Jessie J last month around her new album and a Facebook Live about Star Trek with director JJ Abrams and actor George Takei in May.