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Jenna Dewan Tatum,
Based on the pilot, this show is terrible. The acting is very weak, the plot is extremely thin and it's full of jump-scare moments that aren't scary at all.
So, the acting... where do I start? Half the actors don't know how to make facial expressions. Britne Oldford (Remy) walks around with dead arms, occasionally twitching her hands in a vain attempt to show some outward emotion. Tyler Blackburn (Caleb) tries to be this brooding outcast, but only succeeds in being a generic, pensive-looking guy who needs to comb his hair. Nicole Gale Anderson (Miranda) does OK, but even she isn't good enough to have a starring role.
The plot... It's not bad. It just isn't good, either. Girl returns to hometown, girl finds out the town is haunted, ghosts start jump-scaring at every turn. YAWN.
The camera work is also awful. The conversation between Miranda and her uncle in the mortuary jumped back and forth between camera angles so much that my head was spinning. And that continued any time there was a conversation between a couple of characters.
My advice, skip this show unless you're a die-hard PLL fan.
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