Pretty Little Liars season 6 will not premier until summer this year but fans can't wait to learn more about the real identity behind the masked villain of Rosewood.
A was revealed during the season 5 finale but his identity raised more questions than answers as he still remains as mysterious as A and this has led to many speculations.
One group of fans believe that Charles may be a transgender or a cross dresser while others believe he is not a member of the DiLaurentis family and has something to do with the Hashtings.
Show writer Bryan M. Holdman who has given an interview to Time Travel Mystery and revealed that the transgender theory will be too crazy for the teen mystery thriller.
A Reddit user Byebylittlesebastian supported Holdman and said, "If anyone listened to this... about 50 minutes in or so.... (interview with one of the PLL writers) the writer said there are some things that get TOO crazy for the show. He said some stuff in the PLL books read well but don't translate to the world of Rosewood they've created. In the books, he says, that Aria finds out Noel's dad is a crossdresser and that was too far out there for the show.
"So I don't think they would feel any differently with Charles. Maybe I'm wrong though!!"
Major theories keep coming in after the liars were trapped inside a life-size doll house in the final episode of season 5 which also revealed that Mona is alive
In the finale, Spencer finds out a home video in which Mrs DiLaurentis was playing with a twin and a very young Ali.
And this fired up the twin 'A' theory prompting fans to believe that the hooded tormentor of the pretty liars, Aria, Hannah, Spencer and Emily might be a group as show creator Marlene King has also hinted similar theory in one of her tweet.
A Twitter user PLL Theories meanwhile believes that Charles is not a part of the DiLaurentis family but fantasizes to be one of them.
The season 6 of the popular ABC family show will take four years leap as the series progresses but the premiere episode will begin from when it ended in last season, the doll house and the trapped liars.
The liars will eventually escape the kidnapping, but the entire ordeal will leave a lasting impression on them.
"The fallout of what they go through definitely leaves them scarred and in need of healing and rebonding with the families and their bed buddies and their loved ones," King told E Online adding that season six is "really about answers and closure for all of them. It is an ending to the story that we started so long ago, but it's a very fast-paced ending to the story."
Pretty Little Liars season 6 will premiere on ABC Family in summer this year.