Don’t start freaking out just yet, “Pretty Little Liars” fans. While it’s been reported that the ABC Family (soon to be Freeform) series is ending after its seventh season, creator Marlene King took to Twitter to reassure viewers that the end of the show may not be in sight just yet.

King posted a series of Tweets Wednesday morning to let her followers know that Season 7 is not the confirmed final season of “Pretty Little Liars” – despite reports saying otherwise.

The decision to take to social media to clear the air stems from a recent interview that King did with Variety. The outlet reported that King said she “definitely” wanted “this story” to conclude at the end of Season 7.

“I think that this story when we’re back will end next year at the end of Season 7,” the show creator said. Variety reports that they asked a follow up question to be clear if King was saying she definitely didn’t want it to “go beyond” Season 7. King replied that that was “correct.”

However, King says that her statement regarding the series finale of “Pretty Little Liars” was taken out of context. She explained on Twitter that the storyline involving the new villain, aka “Uber A,” will conclude at the end of Season 7. She was not stating that the series as a whole will end then.

As previously reported, cast members teased in early December that the new villain is extremely dangerous.

“This isn’t just for Charlotte’s fun,” actress Sasha Pieterse told TV Guide. “This new person is deadly.”

Although it’s unclear so far what this new “Uber A’s” motive is, fans already know that it’s a “he.” That big reveal came in the final moments of the summer finale when the girls raced into Alison’s (Pieterse) classroom to warn her that “he” was coming after her.

New episodes of “Pretty Little Liars” will begin airing Tuesday, Jan. 12 at 8 p.m. EST.