With only six episodes remaining in Pretty Little Liars season 6, show creator Marlene King says that the season has just started and promises that A will be revealed in the summer finale.

"The summer of Answers really is the summer of answers," King wrote on her Twitter handle and added that "All will be reveAled. Face. Name. Story. Who and why!."

King was answering fans on Twitter and gave some clues about the show's future and the revelation of A. She also hinted that 'A' is indeed a team and it is not the job of a single masked person.

The popular ABC Family teen thriller is getting intriguing with each episode and now that Charles DiLaurentis has been ruled out of being 'A' fans are eagerly waiting for the suspense to unfold.

On one hand, Alison's father revealed that Charles was his son and that he and Mrs. DiLaurentis kept his identity a secret, as he was mentally unstable and dangerous for his siblings, which is why they institutionalised him at Radley. While, on the other he also claimed that Charles had committed suicide when he was 16 years old and that Ali's mother had him cremated him.

The official synopsis of episode 5 reads as follows:

Mona returns to Rosewood in a very fragile state as she must answer to the police for faking her death. Matters only get worse when she is confronted by Lesli's sister about Lesli's inadvertent involvement in Mona's plot. Hanna is determined to help Mona out, not only to reassure her she is safe from Alison but also to try and repair Mona's friendship with Lesli. Emily tries to help Sara with her troubled home life by encouraging her to explore the possibility of emancipation. Spencer, on the other hand, finds help from someone from her past. Meanwhile, Alison grows closer to Lorenzo as she looks for support outside of her family.

Meanwhile, Mona returns to Rosewood after being rescued from the Dollhouse, but she will now have to face the police for faking her death.

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You can also watch the episode online at Hulu and iTunes.

After episode 5, the popular teen thriller by ABC Family will go on a hiatus for two weeks and will return with a five-year time jump.

Pretty Little Liars season 6 returns this Tuesday with episode 5 titled 'She is no Angel' on ABC Family.