On August 2, another episode of Pretty Little Liars will air on Freeform. The season 7, episode 6 is titled Wanted: Dead or Alive and the synopsis is available.

What can PLL fans expect from Aria, Hanna, Emily, Spencer, and Alison?

Hanna is having second thoughts

After Hanna Marin hit Dr. Elliot Rollins with her car, it was decided that they should bury the body. Emily Fields didn't think it was a great idea and Hanna worried about the police, but Spencer Hastings insisted they had no choice.

In the next episode of PLL, Hanna will continue to have doubts and will consider telling the police what really happened.

However, they don't have a good history with the police.

As they were told at the beginning of season 7, whenever they show up in Rosewood, people end up dead.

'PLL' will kill another character

In addition to the bodies piling up in Rosewood, PLL showrunner Marlene King will kill someone else in Wanted: Dead or Alive. It isn't known who it will be.

However, the synopsis teases that it is someone who was playing on the wrong side. That is code for an individual paid the price for not siding with "A."

Elliot Rollins may not be dead

The police are coming up with clues and evidence leading to Rollins. As they start to untangle the web of lies, Aria, Hanna, Spencer, Emily, and Alison may be in more trouble than they realize.

Since they didn't come forward in the beginning, they just made themselves look more guilty. 

In season 7, episode 6, also expect Alison DiLaurentis to find out that her friends pinned her as Charlotte's killer.

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She will not react well to this and it could create a whole new set of problems. 

Will the police figure out what Hanna did in 'Pretty Little Liars'?

It is only a matter of time before the police find out that Hanna hit Rollins with her vehicle and her friends buried the body. They went to a lot of work to cover up the crime.

The only person that may be able to help them is Toby Cavanaugh, but even he is limited in what he can do without losing his badge, pension, and possibly his freedom.