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Mason Tries To Sit in Nolan's Seat in Class & Ava Is Not Having It on 'The Perfectionists' New Episode

Mason Tries To Sit in Nolan's Seat in Class & Ava Is Not Having It on 'The Perfectionists' New Episode

Dylan (Eli Brown) holds Ava (Sofia Carson) back from attacking Mason (Noah Gray-Cabey) again in this clip from tonight’s all new Pretty Little Liars: The Perfectionists.

In “…If One of Them is Dead”, Ava, Dylan and Caitlin (Sydney Park) kick their investigating into high gear when they identify a possible suspect in Nolan’s murder, while Alison (Sasha Pieterse) begins to look into the circumstances surrounding the mysterious suicide of Taylor Hotchkiss (Hayley Erin).

Seeing the Perfectionists juggle sleuthing with their intense academic demands, Alison decides to use her past in Rosewood as a way to mentor them through their current situation.

Pretty Little Liars: The Perfectionists airs TONIGHT, Wednesday, April 3rd @ 8PM ET/PT on Freeform.

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Sydney Park & Graeme Thomas King Talk Caitlin & Jeremy's Relationship on 'The Perfectionists'

Sydney Park & Graeme Thomas King Talk Caitlin & Jeremy's Relationship on 'The Perfectionists'

We don’t know about you, but we’re completely in love with Caitlin and Jeremy on The Perfectionists – and so are their portrayers, Sydney Park and Graeme Thomas King.

The two chatted with Seventeen recently about the duo’s relationship and how it’s going to change over the course of the first season.

“Caitlin and Jeremy are such a cute little duo,” Sydney gushed. “I feel like they’re the Prince Harry and Meghan Markle-type of couple.”

She explains, “He’s a rocket scientist and he’s older so she learns from him in a way. He balances her out. But they’re really in love and he’s trying his best to kind of understand Caitlin. She’s keeping a lot of things from him to protect him, but she can’t hide much anymore so you’ll see their relationship kind of change and how it unfolds is cool and mysterious.”

Sydney continues, “They are both relieved, yet Caitlin is kind of closing him off in a way. She’s still guarded and she still doesn’t know how to feel. [Nolan's death] definitely affects their relationship, it’s all unexpected.”

Graeme adds that Jeremy is definitely happy that Nolan is gone from their lives: “I think he really hopes that [Nolan's power over Caitlin] is done and they can move on.”

The Perfectionists airs Wednesdays on Freeform.

Tyler Blackburn Would Be Open To Bringing Caleb Over To 'The Perfectionists'

Tyler Blackburn Would Be Open To Bringing Caleb Over To 'The Perfectionists'

While we’re all hoping that Aria, Hanna, Spencer and Emily will pop up one day on Pretty Little Liars: The Perfectionists, there’s another OG PLL character that’s definitely wanting to pop up – Tyler Blackburn!

Speaking with TVLine, the 32-year-old actor, who played Caleb, opened up about that little mention of his character and Hanna on the new series last week

“I thought that was amazing,” Tyler shared. “Honestly, it made me think about where they are now and what they’re doing.”

He added, “Then I thought about what a cameo from Caleb would be like on The Perfectionists. What would his style be? Would he look older? …I’d be open.”

We’re game for this. Marlene King, make it happen, please!

Ashley Benson & Troian Bellisario Might Direct Possible 'Perfectionists' Season 2!

Ashley Benson & Troian Bellisario Might Direct Possible 'Perfectionists' Season 2!

Troian Bellisario and Ashley Benson might be directing during the next season of Pretty Little Liars: The Perfectionists (if it happens), according to Sasha Pieterse!

Sasha opened up about how the original Pretty Little Liars cast might be involved in the new spin-off series with her during a recent interview with ET.

“I think Ashley and Troian are going to try to direct next season, which would be amazing, if we get a next season,” Sasha told the outlet, adding that the rest of the cast has been “really, really supportive. … We love to have whoever on the show, whoever wants to join us.”

Sasha also said that there would have been more original cast members involved in season one if it weren’t for everyone’s crazy schedules.

“You know what the biggest problem is? Which is the best problem to have in Hollywood? Scheduling,” she explained. “Everyone is so busy, which is such a blessing for everybody. I’m so happy for our cast and our crew. We’ve just always been supportive of each other… but that has been our biggest challenge is scheduling. Troian had a baby, she couldn’t direct our first season.”

PLL: The Perfectionists airs Wednesdays at 8 p.m. ET/PT on Freeform!

Newest 'The Perfectionists' Episode Gives Us Little Spoby & Haleb Updates

Newest 'The Perfectionists' Episode Gives Us Little Spoby & Haleb Updates

Are you still wondering what’s been going on with Spencer and Toby since I. Marlene King‘s last update? Or even with Hanna and Caleb?

Well, thanks to Mona VanderWaal’s phone call back to her friend Hanna on last night’s The Perfectionists episode, we got an answer!

“Hi, I’m so glad you picked up,” Mona told Hanna during the phone call. “No, I’m fine I just needed to hear a friend’s voice. How are you? How’s Caleb? How’s the baby?”

If you remember at the end of PLL, it was revealed that Hanna and Caleb were expecting after struggling to conceive.

Hanna also shared some surprising news with Mona, too.

“Wait, Hanna back up – what do you mean? Spencer and Toby eloped?” she asked her. “Are they registered somewhere? Of course I want to get them a gift.”

Spencer and Toby are married now!

Also, we need to actually know if they’re registered, so we can get them a gift as well.

Here's Why 'The Perfectionists' TV Series Won't Be The Exact Same As The Books

Here's Why 'The Perfectionists' TV Series Won't Be The Exact Same As The Books

Have you read “The Perfectionists” books by Sara Shepard?

If you have, then you automatically can tell that the Pretty Little Liars: The Perfectionists series isn’t page for page.

Showrunner I. Marlene King opened up to The Wrap about why that is.

“I think everybody should read Sara’s books because if you watch the show, we’re not going to give away the twists from the books,” she says. “Because if you read the books, it would be almost impossible to pull off on a TV show and sustain that.”

However, the series is “really embracing this world of perfectionism and these young people who feel like they have to be perfect in everything. I’d say that more than anything — the characters and the overall mystery of the show — we pull from Sara’s original ideas.”

Marlene also shared that she sees the series going for quite a few seasons.

“I don’t want to spoil anything, but there are so many great characters and such a rich woven story that there’s going to be tentacles from this first story that go one for a long time with plenty of twists and turns,” she shared. “With Pretty Little Liars, I thought that we’d be lucky to go for five seasons, so to get to go for seven, honestly, I just give so much credit to the fans and to the actors.”

Pretty Little Liars: The Perfectionists airs TONIGHT @ 8PM ET/PT on Freeform.

This Might Be The Most Interesting Part About 'The Perfectionists'

This Might Be The Most Interesting Part About 'The Perfectionists'