Will Sara Harvey Die On 'Pretty Little Liars'? These Spoilers Could Mean The Worst For Her

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There's no shortage of murder on Pretty Little Liars, so it's not surprising that their potentially final season would boast the show's biggest body count. We've already say goodbye to one not-so-beloved character during Season 7, and, while Dr. Rollins' death may have some serious consequences for the Liars (mainly because, well, they killed him), the show isn't taking a break from killing off characters because of it. Now, new spoilers hint that this death is coming up quickly: the August 2 Pretty Little Liars episode will feature a murder, and we may already know who will bite the dust. Could Sara Harvey die in "Wanted: Dead Or Alive"? There's reason to suspect she won't make it to the season finale.

The new spoilers come from Freeform's official synopsis for "Wanted: Dead Or Alive," and it sounds like this episode is one fans will be talking about for a long time:

Though the synopsis is keeping the person who gets killed rather vague, there is one big clue here that could point to Sara, and that's the part about "playing for the wrong team." As we saw in "Along Comes Mary," Sara found a new friend in Jenna, someone who also has beef with the Liars.

So far, Sara has stayed virtually out of harm in Rosewood, even though she was speculated to be Charlotte's murderer. Sara is definitely up to something, but so far she hasn't attached herself to any team of people — until now, of course. If someone on the show is getting killed for their association with the "wrong team," then it's likely someone who just decided to join up, making Sara a likely target. It's also worth noting that, if the person who takes credit for this murder is Uber A (and, really, who else could it be?!), then Sara's allegiance to Jenna would definitely make them mad. Uber A seems to be on Charlotte's side, and, as we know, Jenna and Charlotte definitely had some bad blood between them.

Get ready, PLL fans: Sara's next big twist could be her own death.

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