Pretty Little Liars Is About To Reveal Who 'A' Is: Here's Our Suspect Cheat Sheet
Well, ‘Big’ A. Who is also known as Charles. Have we mentioned we hate this show?
OH WE’RE JOKING, of course we don’t hate a programme that’s constantly tricked and betrayed us. That’s just a day in the life in the #PLLArmy.
But finally, FINALLY, on Tuesday night (or Wednesday morning if you have to wait for Netflix), we will forgive I. Marlene King for everything – because we are getting answers, people.
So to prepare for when our Liars come #FAceToFace with A, let’s recap who the biggest suspects are – but naturally, we won’t be surprised if it ends up being somebody completely different.
Melissa is hella scary, and considering she’s a Hastings, you just know she has the smarts to pull an operation like this off.
Sadly, she hasn’t been around the Rosewood scene for ages, but even though she’s now living in London, she IS shacked up with WREN, so we wouldn’t be surprised if she’s playing a part in the A team.
Oh, Wren Kingston. You’ve been on our radar since the moment you kissed your girlfriend’s little sister and still pretended to be a non-creep.
It’s safe to say Wren’s always been shady AF, but does that make him a red herring? Probably not, considering he hasn’t been in the show for ages.
Still, Tumblr is all over him being A, and has been for some time, so let’s not put it past I. Marlene to go in a completely different direction just so fans are properly shocked.
While “bitch can see” is still our favourite line in PLL history, Jenna has disappeared into the Rosewood abyss (much like most others on this list, now that we think about it).
From episode one, it seemed clear that Jenna was up to something, but five seasons later and we just can’t see it. Ah, an unintentional blind joke. Great.
Oh Lucas. Just when we thought you and Jenna would make a triumphant comeback during the senior prom episode, all you got was a cheesy shout out to help remind us all you’re apparently still a thing.
Are you still a thing, Lucas? Will we be seeing you pop out from a hoodie and weird cotton mask next week? We’re not too sure.
Giiiiiiirl, CeCe was like Alison on bitchy steroids, which was a great thing, obviously, unless you were being anonymously tortured by her.
CeCe legit killed Detective Wilden, so she’s capable of some dark shiz, but instead of being A, we think she just HAS to be Red Coat.
Newbie may be hotter than the sun, but he is such an obvious fake out we refuse to even consider the idea that he’s Jason DiLaurentis’ twin brother.
Did we mention he’s hot, though? Seriously, let’s keep him and his little Christian Grey-lite suits around for another season.
To be quite honest, the idea of a grown adult being the one behind all this hideous torment is a little too much for us to cope with, but Tanner has always been SO sneaky – and Holbrook always pops up at the weirdest times.
Given recent episodes, where Tanner seems to actually seriously despise Alison, there’s definitely a possibility she’s more invested than her ‘investigation’ than meets the eye.
Ditto to the whole ‘not being down with adults trying to murder teenagers’ thing with Kenneth, but SERIOUSLY, way to make someone seem insanely guilty, PLL writers.
So, the guy really didn’t realise his son WASN’T dead? Sure. Kenneth probably isn’t A (we’re not sure we’d be cool with that anyway, it’s too complicated), but we’re totally on Pam Fields’ level of thinking that it was him who killed his wife.
Can we just take a moment to appreciate how on point every character’s last name is? We never even thought about it.
Anyway, Mona WAS A, but then claimed she had the game stolen from her, like a deadlier Gossip Girl.
Do we believe her, though? How amazing would it be if this whole time the Liars thought she was on their side with the whole kidnapping and fake death thing, only to STILL BE THE ONE TORTURING THEM FOUR SEASONS LATER.
Seriously, Emily Fields has had so many forgettable romances (Talia, anyone?) that we’re convinced Sara must play a bigger part in all this – because she is just useless otherwise.
Sure, she’s not Bethany Young like everyone wanted her to be, but this girl better have some EPIC end game coming (something to do with her mysterious, fame-hungry mother, perhaps?) if we’re supposed to continue watching her for another season.
If one of the Liars ends up being A we’re never watching TV again.
However, if it ends up that Aria and Ezra have been pulling this whole thing off as a Bonnie & Clyde duo, we could possibly be into that. Same with Hanna and Caleb.
But let’s just not, OK?