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The Season 7 of Freeform's "Pretty Little Liars," which will be aired next Tuesday, will see the girls in a rush to save Hanna, who was abducted by Uber A, the new villain, in the Season 6 finale. Season 7 will feature 20 episodes and at the end of it, the viewers will finally come to know who the new villain is and why he has been torturing the Liars.

Previewing the upcoming season, Lucy Hale, who plays Aria, told Entertainment Weekly that "Season 7 is unlike any other season because it's the end of PLL as we know it." As for what's in store for her character, it looks like Aria and Ezra won't be able to keep their hands off each other. The synopsis for one of the upcoming episodes states that tension continues to mount between Aria, Ezra and her new boyfriend Liam.

"When we come back Aria is still with Liam, who is a long-time boyfriend, [but] Aria can't get Ezra off her brain … You get to see a little bit of a love triangle and you get to see who she chooses," Hale told TVGuide early this month.

"Pretty Little Liars" executive producer Marlene King also previewed what's in store for the couple, saying Aria and Ezra are still figuring out what their relationship is. "It's all hands on deck when we return. It's all about Hanna and how far they will go to save Hanna," King told MTV. "But when they find a moment alone together, you realize that they're still figuring it out. She literally says, 'I'm not really sure what's going on here. Are we even a 'we' again?' And that's the beginning of their story."

Season 7 will premiere on Tuesday with the episode, "Tick-Tock, Bitches," and the official synopsis reads: "After Hanna's shocking abduction by "Uber A," the PLLs and company desperately race against the clock to save one of their own. The only way to do this is by handing over evidence of Charlotte's real murderer to "Uber A." In order to do so, the girls must decide what blatant lines they are willing to cross that they have never breached before; and once they cross that line, there is no turning back."