Tuesday's episode of "Pretty Little Liars" will finally solve the A mystery, as the girls will finally learn his true identity and his reasons for torturing them all these years.
But that doesn't mean the second half of season 6 will see the Liars living a carefree life. Executive producer Marlene King told Entertainment Weekly that there will be enough mysteries and more stories to tell as the season moves forward. But before that, the Liars will get a chance to experience college and settle down without worrying about a bully wreaking havoc in their life.
When the second half of the season returns in early 2016, the girls will be busy with their careers and they would have undergone a transformation. However, the change wouldn't be that drastic that fans find it difficult to relate to them.
"We made that decision so they would have a year to finish school and firmly root themselves into their desired careers, so their wardrobe and hair and makeup and styles reflect where they are professionally in their lives," King said.
"They're not different people. They're just more grown-up versions of themselves," King said.
King also noted that the absence of A doesn't mean the girls are free from the demons of what happened to them in the dollhouse. They still suffer from post-traumatic stress disorder, but at the same time they would have become more bold and open to taking up more challenges.
"They still suffer from post-traumatic stress at times and we will hear as we go into the next season some stories about how what they've been through has still haunted them and affected the decisions that they make," King said.
"Something like that really does change you and it's probably helped them all make decisions that they might have not made had that experience not happened to them. Maybe they take greater risks and maybe they can handle pressure more easily than someone who hasn't been locked in a demented dollhouse."
"Pretty Little Liars" season 6 summer finale is entitled "Game Over, Charles" and the episode will be aired Tuesday on ABC Family.