"A lie for a lie. An eye for an eye. The bell tolls for Hanna."

Welcome bAck, b--ches! Pretty Little Liars returns for its seventh season on Tuesday, June 21, and the premiere is all about the gang's mission to #SaveHanna, as Hanna (Ashley Benson) was kidnapped by A.D. (Smell ya later, regular ol' A) at the end of the season six finale. 

And in E! News' exclusive sneak peek from the Freeform's hit premiere, which first debuted at the PLL and Dead of Summer event at Hollywood Forever Cemetery on June 15, the mission to rescue Hanna is briefly put on pause when Emily (Shay Mitchell), Spencer (Troian Bellisario) and Aria (Lucy Hale), as well as the guys and Mona (Janel Parrish), spot a ghost of sorts from their past heading into the Rosewood Police station. That's right, they finally see Mary Drake (Andrea Parker), aka the late Mrs. DiLaurentis' secret twin!

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"Alison's not the only one seeing ghosts tonight," Emily says in our exclusive clip. "Unless we're under a Bodysnatchers invasion, that's a real person." The first person who wants to confront the dark-haired Mrs. D-look-a-like? A seriously pissed off Caleb (Tyler Blackburn), who threatens to "beat the truth out of" Mary if he has to in order to get information about Hanna. (And the Haleb fans go wild! Don't worry, there's a tiny Spoby moment in the clip, too!)

So what happens when Toby (Keegan Allen) confronts Mary? And what's the first message A.D. sends to the group in the new season? Press play on the exclusive clip to find out. 

In case you missed the PLL panel hosted by E! News on our Facebook page), the cast and bosses dropped some serious scoop on the new season, including that one of the Liars will be getting married (expect the proposal in the summer finale, and  the wedding will occur in the winter), Spencer will end the season with either Toby or Caleb (and it made Troian cry!), and the gang will have "24 hours" to save Hanna (and  they will go the "extremes" to do it.)

Pretty Little Liars' season seven premiere airs Tuesday, June 21 at 8 p.m. on Freeform.

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