An ominous discovery is made at the Matheson house in “Home is Where the Heart Is – Seriously Check the Floorboards,” an all-new episode airing Tuesday, January 14th.
Spoilers behind the cut!
LX Ventures Inc. (TSX VENTURE:LXV) (“LXV” or the “Company”) and portfolio company Mobio (“Mobio”) are pleased to announce that Mobio has signed on American actor and singer Tyler Blackburn as a social media influencer. Tyler is best known for his role as Caleb Rivers on the popular ABC Family series Pretty Little Liars and its spin-off Ravenswood. Tyler has a loyal fan base of over 700 thousand Twitter followers strong.
The successful launch of Mobio INsider on December 1st convinced Tyler Blackburn of the value it brings to influencers and fans alike. Tyler joins a growing list of celebrity influencers who will use Mobio INsider to develop deeper relationships with their fans. Mobio INsider allows influencers to easily produce widely sought after and in-demand content by including fans in the content creation process.
“I love how Mobio INsider helps to reduce the noise there usually is on social media. I want to connect with my fans and Mobio INsider provides a great way for me to identify what my fans want. I can’t wait to give back a little to my fans!” said Tyler Blackburn.
Mark Binns, president of Mobio, said, “Tyler is an up and coming star and we’re excited to help him grow his fan base further. We can’t wait to see how excited his fans will be to have a chance to interact directly with their idol!”
“Ravenswood” is coming to a midseason close next Tuesday and Tyler Blackburn tells Zap2it that “Haleb” fans might not be too happy.
“I can’t say for sure if [Hanna and Caleb] break up or not, but things won’t be the same, let’s just say that,” says Blackburn. “It’s a very delicate situation because a lot has transpired in Ravenswood for Caleb, a lot that he wants to keep secret from her. That definitely puts him in a sticky situation.”
He has to make some decisions and some of them I don’t think are going to go over well with some of the ‘Haleb’ fans. But I think it’s a necessary choice that he makes.”
Part of the sticky situation Caleb is in has to do with Miranda (Nicole Gale Anderson), who is now a ghost and yet for whom Caleb might have some feelings.
“It’s a complicated situation. He does [have feelings for Miranda], but it’s almost as if he doesn’t fully understand them,” says Blackburn.
“The last time I was personally in love with a ghost — no, I’m just kidding,” Blackburn laughs.
Well you guys have been asking for it and now, you can get it! Tyler has released a 5-track EP. The EP features the previously released “Find A Way” & “Hard to Forget” along with 5 brand new songs “Open Your Eyes“, “I Wasn’t Meant For You” & “All Comes Down To You“.
You can purchase Tyler’s EP on iTunes by clicking HERE.
Tyler Blackburn is on a break. Well, from filming. He’s currently on location in Louisiana, where he’s shooting his own series, Ravenswood. A spinoff of Pretty Little Liars, the show that introduced us to his character Caleb Rivers, the badass foster kid and boyfriend to PLL-er Hanna Marin (Ashley Benson), Ravenswood is its own beast. The series follows Rivers as he and four other teenagers (played by Nicole Gale Anderson, Britne Oldford, Brett Dier, and Merritt Patterson) fall under a town curse and race to undo it, before they fall victim to it, too.
Attractive people running from ghosts and unraveling murder mysteries? Count on Twitter to explode tonight, when Ravenswood premieres on ABC Family, following the Pretty Little Liars Halloween special at 8 p.m. Complex got a chance to speak to Blackburn about being approached with his own spin-off show, life on the PLL set, and how he makes girls’ ovaries explode.
What’s it like being part of a new cast and a different set?
None of us are from Louisiana except this one guy, Brock, so we’re all in this new experience together. Our families aren’t out here, so it’s good that we have each other. As far as working on the show, everyone brings their A-game every day and we’re all trying to do something cool. It’s turning out amazingly well.
Was it hard leaving the Pretty Little Liars set?
Yeah, it was hard. I think as an actor it’s exciting to always be trying something different. I’ve been on PLL for three years, and that can get a little bit daunting after a while, especially being a boyfriend.
Was it a compliment to get your own spin-off?
Huge compliment. Every day I try to show up and do a great job. It’s validating. I’ve wanted to do this since I was a kid and I feel the odds of anybody working as an actor are so slim. It’s been a lot of responsibility, but I know I can handle that. I think the producers did, too.