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Season 7 of "Pretty Little Liars" aired just two weeks back, and there's a long list of people who could be the face behind the new villain, A.D. also known as, Uber A. One of the prime suspects, according to various fan theories, is Jenna, who will be returning to Rosewood in the next couple of episodes.

Reportedly, she will make her long-awaited appearance in the July 19 episode entitled "Along Comes Mary" and the Liars will soon start suspecting that she could be behind their torture.
Recently, actress Tammin Sursok opened up to Cosmopolitan about Jenna's return to Rosewood, and revealed that her character is involved in a lot of exciting stuff. She also revealed that there is still a lot of mystery on whether Jenna is blind.

"The girls haven't seen Jenna in a year and a half, so it's kind of a big surprise. She's definitely involved in a lot of exciting, tantalizing things that the viewers want answers for. We still tread the line of, "Is she blind? Is she not blind?" She's gonna come back with some gusto, and I'm in most of the season, so it's pretty exciting."

The official synopsis for "Along Comes Mary" reads:

"Jenna returns to Rosewood and befriends another one of the Liars' enemies, making her the PLL's number one suspect for Uber A. In order to leave the psychiatric hospital, Ali must be released into the care of a relative, leaving her under the suspicious watch of Mary Drake. Spencer enlists Hanna's help to search for Caleb as he's missing in action. Aria and Emily stumble upon a secret apartment they hope will lead them to more answers."

Interestingly, Jenna isn't the only one who is suspected to be Uber A. Spencer, Melissa and even Alison have found a place on the list, and according to executive producer Marlene King Uber A is the smartest of all the As.

"Uber A is the smartest of all the As, the most intense of all the As, the most driven to win the game of all the As. And I can't tell you if you've seen the person before or not because that might spoil something a little bit later down the line," King was quoted as saying by

"Pretty Little Liars" airs Tuesdays on Freeform.