When we last saw our favorite group of liars, they were all trapped inside a creepy "dollhouse"/prison, being monitored by security cameras 24 hours a day and with no hope of escape. Season six of "Pretty Little Liars" kicks off on Tues., June 2, and the show promises that this will be the "#SummerOfAnswers"—meaning we'll finally learn who A (or Charles) really is—we hope. After 120 episodes, it's about time! But before we even head into the season premiere, titled "Game On, Charles," the cast and crew has already spilled some details about what we can expect. Here's everything we know about "Pretty Little Liars" season six.
But first, there are still plenty questions we need answered. Like who is Varjack? Yet another villain with designs on the Liars? Or just a red herring? And what about Ali? Mona is alive, so when will she get out of prison? And are the Liars safer with her locked up or not? This show is so complicated, and there are so many subplots, alliances, betrayals and romances going on, it's hard to tell who we can trust. And that's exactly how A wants it.
Let's get to it. Here is all the scoop we have on the new season:
The show picks up right where it left off
According to Entertainment Weekly, the four-year time jump that has been teased won't happen until the end of the season. The premiere episode finds all the Liars still trapped in the Dollhouse and still under Charles' control.
Charles and Ali are family ... somehow
Sasha Pieterse revealed that her character, Ali, shares some genes with Charles, though she won't say if he's her evil twin, her long lost father or her second cousin twice removed.
Emison isn't happening ... but Ali has a new beau
We mourn the loss of Emily and Alison's relationship. It's a sad day in Ravenswood when those two can't make it work. But Alison has a new boyfriend this season, named Lorenzo. He's played by Titus Makin Jr., who you might recognize from "Star-Crossed" and "Glee."
The first episode is heavily influenced by a television classic
The "Pretty Little Liars" showrunner I. Marlene King told Us Weekly that the season six premiere has a lot in common with another creepy series: "The Twilight Zone." As King said, "They had a lot of creepy dolls in that show! And here, 'A' has literally fenced in his dolls." Spoooky.
Here's the promo for the season six premiere:
"Pretty Little Liars" airs on Tuesdays at 8 p.m. ET on ABC Family.