Is Andrew Varjack On 'Pretty Little Liars'? Sasha Pieterse Teases Aria's New Guy Is "Up To Something" In Season 6

Pretty Little Liars fans, myself included, have been so concerned over the fact that Charles DiLaurentis is Big A that I feel like we've all forgotten about, or least put it in the back of our minds, the mysterious Varjack and infamous Red Coat. Who are these two mysterious figures who cause the Liars to run in fear? During a conference call with reporters, Sasha Pieterse, who plays Alison DiLaurentis on Pretty Little Liars, discussed Varjack, Red Coat, and how Brandon Jones' character Andrew Campbell fits into all of this.

First, foremost, and unfortunately, Pieterse can't reveal too much about Varjack and Red Coat. Not only does she have to be careful about everything PLL, but Pieterse also doesn't want to give away major spoilers. However, she did say that there are many surprises coming that not even she expected. In addition, she said that during Season 6, "fans will be satisfied" when it comes to Varjack, Red Coat, and pretty much every other mystery that will be unveiled.

Now, let's move onto Andrew Campbell, the Rosewood student who once played strip history trivia with Spencer, tutored and romanced Aria, and became who I think is the most unlikely ominous character in PLL history — and Pieterse agrees. While being "vague," she says, "Andrew is a weird component in all of this. I can't really tell you if he's Charles or not, but he's definitely up to something. It might not be what you think it is, but his [role is kind of cool] and it kind of came out of nowhere, but at the same time, he was always there."

What does this all mean? Last time we saw Andrew, he was busy spying on the Hastings and making himself even more of a suspect — whether that means Andrew is Charles or part of the A team we still don't know. Whatever the case, Andrew, like Pieterse says, is "up to something," but, of course, it's yet to be unveiled. However, PLL watchers do know that Andrew carries the same last name as the apple farm where A's supposed lair was discovered, the same place the Hastings used to visit back in the day, which just so happened to be the setting of that footage of Mrs. DiLaurentis, her two little boys, and a baby girl was filmed. If that doesn't say suspicious, I don't know what does.

Even though Pieterse can't reveal too much about Andrew, she says fans "should be suspicious of him," but also believes that we "will enjoy the outcome of what happens with Andrew, for sure." So we should be weary of the shady student, but we're also going to like the conclusion of his story? Sounds like Pretty Little Liars Season 6 is going to be a wild ride.

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