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Fans of ABC Family's "Pretty Little Liars" will have to wait only six short weeks to know what happens after A aka Charles traps them in his dollhouse. The first episode of the next season is titled "Game On, Charles" and it will air on 2 June, 2015.

The episode will pick up immediately after the events of season 5 finale, where the Liars succeed in escaping from A's dollhouse, but they soon realise the hooded villain has trapped them in a fenced property.

"We will start next season right where we left off, with the girls trapped and they don't get out immediately," showrunner Marlene King told E!Online and added, "Season six takes place in a very condensed period of time."

While the episode might not reveal who Charles is, King revealed via Twitter that fans will finally get answers to questions pertaining to the death of Bethany Young, and why Jason has never mentioned Charles, who is believed to be his twin. How long A has been planning and building the dollhouse will also be revealed in the premiere episode, said King.

"Yes, Jason will be a big part of the next few episodes. All of the Bethany questions will be answered this summer," King said in separate tweets.

On her expectations for the upcoming season, King said in an earlier interview with People that the season 5 finale was the beginning to the end of A's story.

"The next 10 episodes are all about layers and uncovering the deeper understanding of who is Charles and why. It's not just a surface-level story. It's very deep and complex, but we're about to simplify it for everyone, and hopefully our fans will make sense of it before we even tell them the answers. Some of them already have figured it out!" King said.

"It's been a long journey and a really fun journey of going over hills and around mountains to get to the finish line. But we are running straight for the finish line now, and it's just so exciting because we have so much momentum with us," she added.

"Pretty Little Liars" airs Tuesdays on ABC Family.