Charles Unmasked In ‘Pretty Little Liars’ Season 6 Episode 10 [SPOILERS]? Andrew Campbell Becomes A Suspect In ‘Pretty Little Liars’ Season 6 Premiere Sneak Peek!


Charles Unmasked In 'Pretty Little Liars' Season 6 Episode 10 [SPOILERS]? Andrew Campbell Becomes A Suspect In 'Pretty Little Liars' Season 6 Premiere Sneak Peek!
Charles Unmasked In 'Pretty Little Liars' Season 6 Episode 10 [SPOILERS]? Andrew Campbell Becomes A Suspect In 'Pretty Little Liars' Season 6 Premiere Sneak Peek!

If “Pretty Little Liars” fans are wondering if Charles will be unmasked during the season 6 premiere, recent potential spoilers point to otherwise.

But don’t worry, according to reddit user 2×01000001 (who allegedly took some recent set photos as proof of his validity), Charles will be unmasked during “Pretty Little Liars” season 6 episode 10.

“He is a person we’ve seen on ‘Pretty Little Liars’ before,” wrote 2×01000001.

“Once you figure out who that is, you have one half of the A game solved.” In addition, this mysterious person’s spoilers provided even more details on the identity of Charles.

“This unmasking scene features only one actor and it’s an actor that’s returning to Rosewood after being gone for some time,” said the reddit user.

Wren is starting to sound more and more probable, doesn’t he? But, as alluded to by these alleged spoilers, “Pretty Little Liars” season 6 will have more than one culprit behind the schemes, and a recent premiere sneak peek shows that one of them could be Andrew Campbell.

In the clip , we see Alison making a statement regarding the abduction of her friends, and a reporter confirms that Andrew Campbell is the top suspect behind the kidnapping.

Is Andrew Campbell the other half of the A game? During a recent interview with ET Online, actress Janel Parrish revealed that the opening scene of the “Pretty Little Liars” season 6 premiere could potentially break Twitter.

“I think the most unexpected moment is actually right in the very first scene of the season 6 premiere,”  said  Parrish.

“Something totally unexpected is revealed in a scene that has already been shown and nobody would have possibly known that there was another angle to it.

But the scene will be replayed and something will be revealed, and everyone will just be like, ‘Wait, what?!’ I know I was like that when I read the script, I was like, ‘What do you mean? What are you talking about?!’ It changes everything.

So I think just the first two seconds of season 6 will break Twitter.”    

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