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Fans of ABC Family's "Pretty Little Liars" are eagerly awaiting the season premiere of the teenage drama, as it will finally shed some light into who Charles is. But it looks like Charles' real identity will be revealed only in the summer finale.

Executive producer of the series Marlene King recently posted online a snippet from the summer finale script that hints that the Liars will finally get some answers that are going to blow their minds away.

"This is what a finale looks like. #SummerOfAnswers," King captioned the Instagram photo of her computer screen that has the draft document of the summer finale script. All that's revealed to fans are two incomplete lines that read: "...the PLLs literally forget..." and "Breathe. Just breathe."

While there aren't much clues regarding Charles' identity in these lines, possibility is high that the hooded villain is someone the Liars already know.

Before season 5 finale King revealed in a tweet that fans will actually get to see A without the hoodie or the mask, and because A was never without the mask during the prom sequence, it means his face was shown elsewhere in the episode.

Speculation is high that it could be either Andrew or Jason DiLaurentis, but King hinted that we'll get to see Andrew's story much before Charles' identity is revealed. Also, the showrunner revealed that a good number of hints are hidden in seasons 3 to 5, and that fans will be able to guess A's identity by rewatching these seasons.

"I have given you a ton of hints in seasons 3-5. A is not a stranger," King's tweet said.

"Pretty Little Liars" will return to ABC Family on 2 June with the episode "Game On, Charles." The official synopsis of the episode reads: "Moments after where Season Five Finale left off, Aria, Emily, Hanna, Spencer and Mona are trapped outside of Charles' dollhouse with nowhere to go and must now deal with an angry tormentor.

"Just when The Liars thought Charles couldn't get any worse, his games take a more demented and dark turn. As the girls struggle to survive, the puzzle of Charles' story begins to come together."