When season 4 of ABC Family’s guilty pleasure Pretty Little Liars premieres on June 11, two guest stars will be among the ranks in Rosewood.
The Hollywood Reporter confirmed today that Bruce Willis and Demi Moore’s daughter, Rumer Willis, will play charity organizer Zoe, in at least one episode slated to air in late July. The character does have the potential for a recurring story arc and is being described as someone with a great sense of humor, who wants to change the world.
In addition to Willis, it was announced last month that Roma Maffia, who played Nip/Tuck’s no non-sense anesthesiologist Liz Cruz, would play Linda Tanner, a new cop in the Rosewood Police Department. Tanner will first appear in the fourth episode of the season, and is being described as “smart, patient, and from a military background," Entertainment Weekly reported.
In addition to today’s casting announcements, PLL has been nominated for two Teen Choice Awards. The show landed a nom for Choice TV Show: Drama and Troian Bellisario (Spencer Hastings) was nominated for Choice TV Actress Drama.
They do have some stiff competition though, the show, as well as Bellisario, will be up against Blake Lively (Gossip Girl), Vanessa Marano (Switched at Birth), Hayden Panettiere (Nashville), and Emily VanCamp (Revenge).
Make sure to check out the other nominees, and if you’d like to vote online click here.
The awards will air live on Fox for the east coast on Sunday, August 11.