"Pretty Little Liars" season 4 is traveling back to Ravenswood in the summer finale, episode 12, "Now You See Me, Now You Don't," and on Tuesday, Aug. 20, ABC Family released a sneak peek teasing a magic trick. What else would you expect with an episode title like that?
In this next "PLL" episode, the girls are led to Ravenswood by an intriguing riddle from "A," and once there, they find themselves surrounded by familiar faces. During a very special magic show, one Liar pulls a disappearing act, and the others wonder if she's succumbed to "A's" tricks. Before they can leave the creepy town, the Liars make a shocking discovery and everything they thought they knew about "A" and the "A" team may be wrong. Plus, they may have just started "World War A."
The "Now You See Me, Now You Don't" sneak peek to the left teases the magic show as the Liars make their way to Ravenswood Park and The Great Charlemagne. The magician clearly notices them, and Charlemagne isn't the only one—and the girls know they're being watched. "If 'A' wanted us to watch him make a girl disappear, we're right on time," Spencer (Troian Bellisario) comments. Charlemagne focuses in on Aria (Lucy Hale), and even as she protests and tries to send Spencer up in her place, this magician is not taking no for an answer. "I just don't do boxes," Aria tries to explain. (Could you blame her?) "I know this trick," Spencer reassures her. "You'll be okay." However, the promo that's already out teases that it may be Emily who in fact disappears, not Aria. Is the trick with Aria just a distraction so "A" can get to Emily?
"Pretty Little Liars" season 4 airs Tuesdays at 8 p.m. on ABC Family. What do you think of this summer finale sneak peek from episode 12, "Now You See Me, Now You Don't"?