Watch: Jenna Returns to Rosewood in ‘Pretty Little Liars’ Sneak Peek

She’s back…

Pretty Little Liars” seventh season is bringing back many familiar faces to Rosewood, and this week’s episode, July 12, 8 p.m., will see the return of none other than Jenna (Tammin Sursok).

In this sneak peek clip, exclusively released by Variety, Jenna confronts the Liars and the meet-up is awkward, to say the least. Jenna tells the ladies that she’s in town for Toby’s (Keegan Allen) engagement and then she creepily warns that she may visit Ali (Sasha Pieterse) in the hospital.

Jenna was last seen in the fifth season of “Pretty Little Liars” in the episode “How ‘A’ Stole Christmas.” She was pretending to be friends with Ali only as a means of self-preservation, just after she had returned to Rosewood High School.

Aside from Jenna’s comeback, in Tuesday’s episode, titled “Hit and Run, Run, Run,” the liars desperately attempt to cover up their secret, and in turn, end up straining their relationships with their respective bed buddies by keeping them in the dark. Also, the aftermath of Haleb’s kiss weighs on Spaleb’s relationship and Spencer (Troian Bellisario) copes in ways she might later regret. Plus, Mona (Janel Parrish) intervenes with the cover-up plan, for better or worse.

Jenna is one of many characters set to make a return to “Pretty Little Liars” in Season 7,” which is rumored to be the final season of the hit Freeform series. Noel (Brant Daugherty) and Paige (Lindsey Shaw) are some of the other characters appearing in Rosewood this season.

Watch Jenna return in our exclusive “Pretty Little Liars” sneak peek:


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