The Season 7 premiere of Freeform's "Pretty Little Liars" saw Hanna fooling Uber A and escaping from his captivity, only to be picked up by Mary Drake, Jessica DiLaurentis' sister, towards the end of the episode.
Based on the synopses for the upcoming few episodes, Hanna isn't safe with Mary, who in the premiere episode revealed that she was close to the Hasting, but left town after her jealous sister turned everyone against her.
Executive producer Marlene King has been dubbing Season 7 as one of the most romantic seasons yet, but with a lot of twists and turns till the last episode. And it looks like one more character will be revealed as gay before the season ends. "There's another character on the show that's struggling with their sexuality and we're going to explore that this season," King told After Ellen.
Although there is no word on whether the character is someone viewers are familiar with, it looks like Emily will help the character in accepting his/her sexual orientation. "It's safe to say that, yeah," King said.
As for if Emily and Alison are endgame, King did not provide a definite answer, but said: "I know the Emison fans are a very loud group, a very vocal group, very passionate and dedicated. But as I say to everyone, a lot of twists and turns until we get to the last episode."
The official synopsis for "Bedlam" reads:
With the fallout of Hanna's abduction still weighing heavily on the PLLs, the Liars begin to grow suspicious of Elliott Rollins as Ali's condition worsens. Tensions rise between Liam, Aria and Ezra as they work on the book together. Spencer and Caleb are on edge, as neither of them want to talk about the awkward elephant in the room. Meanwhile, Emily receives a disturbing phone call and tries to find a way to see Ali.
"Pretty Little Liars" airs Tuesdays on Freeform.