Pretty Little Liars season 5 is keeping fans on the edge of their seats as 'A' keeps tormenting the pretty liars, Aria, Hanna, Spencer and Emily.
As of now, the liars are struggling to move to college and trying to get good grades but they will need help to achieve this because of all the suspense drama they are suffering due to the evil A.
They believe that Alison is actually A and that she killed Mona in order to keep her secrets safe.
As the dreaded villain continues to become the biggest threat for Rosewood, and his/her identity still remains the greatest mystery of ABC's teen thriller.
However, show creator Marlene King came forward to reveal that fans won't have to wait longer to learn more about the PLL villain.
"I know a lot of people were afraid that they would have to wait until the end of season seven to find out who Big A is, and we made it clear that they don't. You will find out before season seven and the story of Big A" King told E Online.
"I can't wait to share the story. The identity of Big A is really cool, but to me, what I always loved most about Big A is the story of Big A, the motivation, what's behind it all. I haven't been that excited to share something with the fans since Mona's reveal," King added.
The official synopsis for episode 19 titled 'Out, Damned Spot' reads via Wetpaint:
Senior high school students focus on their future college careers and feel the high pressures that come along with it, and Aria, Emily, Hanna and Spencer are no different. With a grade contingent acceptance, Aria needs to improve her grades and looks to Andrew for some tutoring help.
Spencer also has college acceptance anxiety and decides to take a break and help Jonny with a new project. Hanna is doing fine on her college acceptances but finds that she has been turned down for financial aid and turns to her father for help.
Meanwhile, Aria and the girls' concern about Mike increases after an incident at the school blood drive.
Pretty Little Liars season 5 airs every Tuesday on ABC Family.