‘A’s’ identity will finally be revealed on the March 24 season finale of ‘PLL,’ and executive producer Marlene King just dropped some major clues. In a shocking new interview, she even said that the infamous twin theory is still a possibility! Watch the video here.
After we’ve spent years guessing, “A’s” identity will finally be revealed on the March 24 season finale of Pretty Little Liars. Surprisingly, executive producer Marlene King said that many people have already guessed who “A” is, but they haven’t correctly stated why. “A” may even be someone’s twin!
‘Pretty Little Liars’ Spoilers — ‘A’ Twin Theory Still A Possiblity, Says EP
There have been many, many theories, regarding “A’s” identity, since the show premiered in June 2010, but Marlene has said in the past that Courtney DiLaurentis (Alison’s identical twin sister from the books) would not be appearing on the show as “A.”
So then how can the infamous twin theory still be a possibility?
“There is a reason why we keep dropping these not-so-subtle clues about the twins, so I would say wait for it,” Marlene teased in a new interview with ET. “Wait for it. You’re not going to see Courtney, but you may see double of someone.”
OMG! We’re totally freaking out over here. Are you?!
‘Pretty Little Liars’: ‘The Beginning Of The End’
As season five comes to a close, Marlene wanted to remind fans that for her, this is “the beginning of the end of this story.” So she’s ready to give us the answers we’ve been waiting half a decade for!
“Our fans have been so loyal, and so passionate, and so supportive, and we want them to know that I consider this season to be the beginning of the end of this story. It has been an epic journey, but we are on a path now that is going to lead you to the identity of ‘A’ sooner than later, and we are going to give you bigger and bigger clues as we go along,” Marlene said.
Watch Marlene’s full interview above and then, tell us how you feel!
What do YOU think, HollywoodLifers? Could “A” be someone’s twin? Who do YOU think “A” is? Tell us!
— Chris Rogers