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How To Get Away With Murder Season 3 Review?

How To Get Away With Murder Season 3 Review
How to Get Away With Murder is back with a third season and this time the writers are going all in. Creating more tension, drama and questions than its previous seasons, the writers and actors in the third season of How to Get Away With Murder have created one of the best watches in recent years.

  1. This time around, the flash-forwards at the starting of the show hint at the burning down of the Keating manor, with someone close to Annalise still inside it.
  2. This sets up a suspenseful premise for the season, as the first half gives clues as to who has perished in the fire in typical HTGAWM style.
  3. The brilliant mid-season finale episode, where the fire occurs, is bound to keep one on the edge of their seat as the writers kill off a major character, leaving the viewers in shock.

Killing off characters in long-running TV series is not a new trope but the viewers might not see this death coming. While the flashbacks in the previous season had led the audience to believe that Annalise could be dead, which later turned out to be untrue, this death seems unavoidable.

  • But this type of central event is a smart decision, as it means that the second half of the season, which typically has a slower pace and less tension, is full of questions and flashbacks centered on the deceased individual.
  • This is something that makes this season stand out from its previous seasons while not digressing from the basic storytelling style much.

The characters of HTGAWM are the heart of this show. They are layered and flawed and brought alive by the stellar performances delivered by every actor in a recurring role. Viola Davis as Annalise Keating continues to carry much of the show’s emotional core with her character getting the most powerful arc of the show to date.

Davis’ terrific portrayal ensures that the character remains grounded in believability even after being shown as a devastatingly shrewd individual, via a few episodes spent in prison. This season also delves a little deeper into the lives of the Keating 5 as their relationships with their family and partners get more screentime.

Moreover, Conrad Ricamora who plays Connor’s boyfriend Oliver gets promoted to the main cast. He comes from a completely different angle than the rest of the cast members and in this season alone, helps to bring new dynamics to the main cast instead of just those at the law firm.

  1. Plot-wise, this season has a lot of stories, past details and theories to offer related to numerous characters despite the large ensemble cast the show has.
  2. A lot of different things happen in terms of narrative compared to season 2 in particular and thankfully, none of it is put in just for the sake of it.

It all adds up and builds to the finale beautifully. With a lot of twists, turns and surprises the third season of How to Get Away With Murder raises many questions and answers a lot of these satisfactorily. It also presents a shocking cliffhanger at the end of the season which is likely to put Annalise and her students to their toughest battle yet in the future.

Why was Wes killed off?

Wes Was Killed In HTGAWM Season 3 Because It Made Sense For The Story – How To Get Away With Murder Season 3 Review Alfred Enoch explained that his character was killed in How to Get Away with Murder season 3 because it felt like the next step for the story, not because he wanted to leave or because he had a conflicting movie or TV show to shoot, which is why Karla Souza left HTGAWM,

Enoch told Entertainment Weekly, ” The decision was creative,” Before showrunner Peter Nowalk told him, he felt that Wes would be the character who would die. The actor also accepted this was a practical conclusion for his character and said, ” We’ve done so much Wes story. It’ll be interesting, it’ll be good, they’ll be able to do something else,” While it’s difficult for the members of the Keating Five to lose Wes, it doesn’t seem like any other character could’ve died at this moment in the story.

Wes’s death is shocking and frightening, which proves that there are dark consequences of being part of both Annalise and Laurel’s worlds as both of them have made wealthy and well-connected people very angry. When an FBI agent murders Asher Millstone in HTGAWM season 6, this feels like the right story decision as well.

Who killed Annalise?

Who killed Annalise Keating in the How to Get Away with Murder finale? – The final episode of HTGAWM had one last twist up its sleeve. When we cut to Annalise’s funeral this time, we learned that it was not a case of who killed her but what killed her. How To Get Away With Murder Season 3 Review The ‘How to Get Away with Murder’ series finale finally gave fans more of a glimpse of Annalise Keating’s funeral ABC This fake-out was also achieved by having actor Alfred Enoch at the funeral. Viewers were led to believe that he was appearing as his character Wes, but in Season 6, Episode 15 we learned he was playing a grown-up Christopher, the son of Wes and Laurel (Karla Souza).

  • Speaking to, HTGAWM showrunner Pete Nowalk said of this last trick: “It was not the ending I always envisioned because I never envisioned one.
  • I only go from season to season.
  • But, last hiatus after season five, I did have this idea that we could play with who killed Annalise but really the answer is no one killed Annalise.

The way we could do that is to use for people to think he was Wes but he’s actually Christopher. The magic of he’s the right age for that to be true and he was available and generous enough to come back and shoot all of this with us.” However, Annalise was not the only person who we saw dead in the finale of How to Get Away with Murder.

After Annalise was acquitted on all counts and gave an impromptu press conference on the courthouse steps, Frank (Charlie Weber) is seen heading towards her with a gun. He kills Governor Birkhead (Laura Innes) to protect Annalise but is killed himself in the resulting chaos. As he is bleeding out in Bonnie’s (Liza Weil) arms, Bonnie learns that she too has been shot.

She also dies on the courthouse steps. “If everyone was going to walk away with their life,” Nowalk told, “then it wasn’t at all going to feel like a good story or a true story. And then it really started with Frank. I understood that he would sacrifice himself for Annalise.

“Then, within that, we debated the Bonnie thing a lot in the writers’ room.the only thing that made me feel OK about it was that her and Frank did really love each other, and it was like Romeo and Juliet for them to die together.” The How to Get Away With Murder series finale is streaming now on ABC and Hulu.

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Does Wes come back in season 4?

The time is running out on the Keating 5’s biggest mysteries yet! How to Get Away With Murder returns for the last episodes of its sixth and final season on Thursday, and while there’s plenty of drama to come, series star Viola Davis said she couldn’t be more pleased with how the show wraps up.

It is everything that you need to sew it up in your heart, in your mind,” Davis said of the show’s swan song. “It’s almost a love song that wrote. It’s a great aria. That’s how I see it, it’s operatic in nature.” Her co-stars seem to agree, with Liza Weil, who plays Bonnie, teasing that the final season doesn’t end the way she expected, “because I think the show always exceeds our expectations – it’s way better, and very satisfying,” while Charlie Weber, who plays Frank, ominously warned that, “I think all the characters find the right pay-off for their particular story.” While Davis couldn’t say much about her own fate – Annalise’s funeral has been teased in season 6 flash-fowards – she did hint at the drama to come when the season picks back up.

November’s midseason finale dealt fans two major surprises with the still-mysterious death of Asher Millstone (Matt McGorry) and the shocking return of Wes (Alfred Enoch), who supposedly died back in season 3. “There’s everything in,” she noted. “Pete – it’s like he took every explosive you could possibly imagine, put it in a box and just put a lot of fire underneath and blew the whole thing up.” On a series that deals heavily in flashbacks and flash-forwards, McGorry assured fans that, while his character is fully dead, there will be some “beautiful closure” for Asher in the final episodes. ABC “Asher’s death, that was really hard, and that was hard to shoot, ’cause it was like, this is supposed to be Michaela’s person, and then now he’s gone,” King recalled. “But you know what? It only fortifies Michaela into being stronger with herself and understanding the fact that, at the end of the day, all you really need is you to get through.” “I am really happy with where Michaela ends up, ’cause she’s a survivor,” the actress added of her character’s final episodes.

“She’s a survivor and a fighter. It doesn’t matter what you throw at her, she is going to will good things into her existence, so I love her ending.” As for Connor, Falahee said there’s an “incredible ending” coming for the show, but not before some major trauma for his character. “I mean, Conner gets arrested for Asher’s murder and things start to unravel for him,” he previewed.

“He starts to panic. His parents come back, they’re obviously not thrilled that I’m getting charged with first-degree murder. It’s pretty chaotic.” ABC When it comes to the other jaw-dropping midseason reveal, the appearance of Wes at Annalise’s flash-forward funeral, Enoch couldn’t spoil too much, but said it was a “gift” to get to come back again and say a final farewell to the series. “It’s about the dynamic within the show, and people have invested,” he said, noting that the series’ final dramatic arcs are about more than just his character.

“Obviously that’s the nature of the show – it brings changes and it mixes things up – but hopefully will be a big part in the sense that it will be satisfying for people, you know? I’m gonna not say too much more than that.” “All the ways this job has changed me and changed my life and changed my career, it’s a real gift to get to say goodbye three times,” he added.

“Every time, it doesn’t feel painful – there’s pain in it, but there’s also a lot of, I feel my good fortune in it. So, yeah, it’s been a gift.” The rest of the cast were similarly coy – Conrad Ricamora, who plays Connor’s husband, Oliver Hampton, joked that “Shonda’s got mics everywhere” – but effusive about their characters’ final journeys,

  • I think Oliver’s had such a huge arc, from someone who’s even scared to talk to another potential love interest at a bar to the point where he’s now like, instigating ways to get around the FBI,” Ricamora explained.
  • From the pilot episode to now, like, it’s such a big change in him and his confidence level and his dark side coming out.

I’m so happy that I’ve been able to show that journey and that arc.” Weil also said she was “really happy with the way Bonnie’s story wrapped up,” but is curious to see the fan reaction. “I’m very satisfied with it,” she noted. “It will be interesting to see how viewers feel about it, but you know, I think it’s a funny thing – all of us were so moved by seeing how everybody else’s character wrapped up even more so than our own.” Surprise ? here’s the first few minutes of tomorrow’s #HTGAWM return.

Pic.twitter.com/LcBLX5ft1V — How To Get Away ABC (@HowToGetAwayABC) April 1, 2020 That group dynamic, McGorry said, lends itself to the fan experience as well. Like Enoch, he noted that the final episodes offer a sense of finality for Annalise and her former students that How to Get Away With Murder has understandably avoided in the past.

“There’s so many shocking surprises but also, like, really deep closure that I think as an audience member people have probably been really wanting and craving,” the actor explained. “There’s some serious tragedy and there’s also some really beautiful moments, where I think we get to be happy for our characters and the journey that they’ve been on.

  • Either way, it’s a beautiful way for it to be wrapped up.” For his part, Nowalk said crafting the final six episodes and writing toward a planned series finale was a “gift,” creatively.
  • I love the final six episodes,” he previewed.
  • I find them super satisfying and shocking and it’s all my favorite things.

I can’t wait for everyone to see it. I think all of the characters and the actors are little pieces of my intellectual side, my emotional side, so it’s really a dream to write for them.” And as the cast walks away with memories of their six seasons on the show, some of them are also taking physical reminders.

Weber told ET that he’s got “Frank’s murder gloves,” while Weil received a recreation of a painting that hung in Bonnie’s house “that I felt like sort of represented the whole show to me.” Enoch admitted to swiping several things over the years, but as for Davis, she’s taking everything that’s not nailed down! “I’m taking everything they can give me,” the Emmy winner joked.

“Listen, I even put my Lexus and the Maybach that Michael’s father drives, I put everything on the list. clothes, even the stove in Annalise’s house, I put that on the list too.” How to Get Away With Murder airs Thursdays at 10 p.m. PT/ET on ABC. Tune into Entertainment Tonight on Thursday for more on the show’s final season.

Why did Alfred Enoch leave the show?

Alfred Enoch’s departure of How to Get Away with Murder was a creative not a professional decision – How To Get Away With Murder Season 3 Review Richard Cartwright/ABC Wes’ death was one of the show’s most shocking and unexpected moments, leading to much speculation about why the character’s storyline had come to an abrupt end. In an interview with Entertainment Weekly, Enoch explained that the decision was creative rather than professional.

The show’s shortened episode order — no more than 16 per season based on Davis’ contract stipulations — stifled the actor’s ability to “go and do something else in the hiatus.” Narratively, Wes’ death was a move that made sense in terms of the show’s need to develop other characters, as well as stay true to its twisty mysteries and moral dilemmas.

“We’ve done so much Wes story,” Enoch told the magazine. “It’ll be interesting, it’ll be good, they’ll be able to do something else. Also, I think it’s good because some of the tensions are getting unresolved. Do you know what I mean? Are they never going to find out that Bonnie killed Rebecca, because how are Wes and Bonnie going to exist under the same roof? I would much rather this happen than they find out, and they make up.

  • I would be like, ‘That can’t happen.'” For Enoch, it was virtually impossible to keep things believable without doing something significant with his role.
  • That’s one of the challenges of the show.
  • Sensational and dramatic things happen, and then the writers amazingly find ways to keep the characters coexisting, but that’s pretty tricky,” the actor said.

“The nature of the show throws up these problems, so I think this is a good resolution to many of those.”

Was Wes alive at the end?

HTGAWM Boss Sheds Light on That Episode 9 Cliffhanger, Hints at the ‘Big Way’ It Will Impact Final Episodes The following post contains major spoilers from How to Get Away With Murder ‘s Season 6 fall finale. (Need to catch up? Read our previous episode recap,) ‘s Keating Five may have lost another member on Thursday — but it also gained one back.

  1. In the stunning final seconds of Murder ‘s fall finale, we returned to a flash forward of Annalise’s funeral that we’d previously seen in the season premiere.
  2. But this one was a bit longer: After the officiant concluded her prayer, guests were invited to say a few words about Annalise and just as “a special speaker who has known Annalise for a long time” was called to the front, none other than Wes Gibbins made his way through the crowd.

Yes, that Wes Gibbins. Student of Annalise. Father of baby Christopher. And, apparently, not the casualty of a house fire that, despite the big reveal of Wes’ burned corpse at the time. (In fact, Wes looked spectacularly un -charred when he appeared at Annalise’s funeral, though we didn’t get a great look at the side of his face that had allegedly been set ablaze.) How To Get Away With Murder Season 3 Review According to showrunner Pete Nowalk, it hasn’t necessarily been the plan for Wes to return ever since he was killed off. Rather, “this idea came about during our break between Season 5 and 6,” as Nowalk was plotting Murder ‘s final batch of episodes. And though he remains tight-lipped about the specifics of Wes’ comeback, Nowalk can confirm that Alfred Enoch’s character “definitely factors into our series ending in a big way.” Meanwhile, Wes wasn’t the only student of Annalise’s who made a surprising return in Thursday’s episode.

In the wake of Laurel’s news that she and Tegan were working together, Nowalk promises answers about Tegan’s involvement when the show returns next year.”You’ll find out why Tegan helped Laurel, and also why Tegan kept it a secret for so long, especially from Annalise,” Nowalk shares, hinting that “it’s also going to be fun to see how Frank reacts when he hears this.” How to Get Away With Murder ‘s final season resumes on Thursday, April 2.

Did that Wes reveal shock you, Murder fans? Grade the fall finale in our poll below, then hit the comments with your reactions to his return. : HTGAWM Boss Sheds Light on That Episode 9 Cliffhanger, Hints at the ‘Big Way’ It Will Impact Final Episodes

Who did Laurel end up with?

Later seasons – In later seasons of Arrow, the Black Canary mantle is passed on to Dinah Drake, while Laurel’s civilian identity is assumed by her Earth-2 doppelgänger, Black Siren. In season 6, Laurel appears in Oliver’s hallucination when he is drugged with Vertigo, accusing him of her death.

Did Sam know Frank was his son?

Image Warning: This article contains spoilers for How to Get Away With Murder season 6, episode 13, “What If Sam Wasn’t the Bad Guy This Whole Time?” “What the f—?!” That was Tom Verica’s reaction (and likely yours too) to Thursday night’s episode of How to Get Away With Murder, where it was revealed that Sam Keating (Tom Verica) had committed incest with his sister Hannah ( Marcia Gay Harden ).

  • Not only that, but Frank ( Charlie Weber ) is actually their secret child, making him Sam’s son.
  • The episode was a shocker, delving into this secret abuse in Sam’s past, leading to Annalise’s ( Viola Davis ) ultimate discovery about the true identity of Frank’s parents.
  • It follows Sam through another period of mourning for his and Annalise’s baby, where he tries to seek comfort with Vivian ( Marsha Stephanie Blake ) and his still-living son Gabriel (Rome Flynn).

how to get away with murder In the present day, Annalise uses legal resources to investigate the incest theory, realizing that Sam was so good at managing her with sex because he’d been a victim of abuse himself. Meanwhile, Connor ( Jack Falahee ) and Michaela ( Aja Naomi King ) have to contend with the FBI wanting to change the terms of their deal due to their interactions with Annalise.

  • Ultimately, Michaela believes they negotiated a way to keep the old deal, but Connor reveals to Oliver ( Conrad Ricamora ) that he did not.
  • Back in the past, Bonnie ( Liza Weil ) and Frank intensify their relationship, until Sam catches them having sex in the basement (Bonnie has done a lot of taboo stuff in that basement, huh?).

Fearing that Frank’s own violent past might endanger Bonnie, Sam orders Frank to break up with Bonnie, and still feeling guilty over his role in the death of the baby, Frank acquiesces. We called up Verica to get the dirt on how long he’s known about this very Chinatown -esque twist, how he feels about Sam now in light of it, and just what this could mean for Frank and Bonnie going forward. ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY: How long have you known about all of this? Was this a J.K. Rowling, Alan Rickman situation where you’ve had to carry this secret around for years? TOM VERICA: I wish I would’ve known that because as actors we look to add nuance to it, but I discovered when I received the script, mere days before filming.

  1. The incest I remember was mentioned in season two or three but it felt like an innocent dig at the time when Annalise had said that.
  2. But therein lies the kernels of gold that Pete Nowalk has taken and repurposed and fleshed out more in-depth.
  3. I did not know any of that, in particular the Frank thing.
  4. I was completely stammered by that and then, of course, I replayed in my mind all the scenes we had, asking was there anything that could have affected how we played our scene? What was your reaction when you found out? I said, “What the f—?!” I couldn’t immediately go to the rationale of everything, but it was just “Holy s—.” I’ve known this character so long as one thing, and it certainly gave a complete foundation that didn’t seem to be there for the first five or six seasons.
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It really opened up potential for understanding and vulnerability about some very real things in life that people have experienced. You get past to understand the human toll of him being a product of a very dysfunctional environment. Then, the reveal of Frank, when I read it for the first time, it was was delicious and fun.

I had sort of an out-loud reaction to it as I think many people will. Knowing Charlie for the years that I’ve known him, it was shocking. Shocking is an understatement. How did knowing this change your perception of Sam’s relationship with Frank? I mean, with this information, that means he had his son kill his pregnant girlfriend?! Yeah, and also kept him from Bonnie.

I go back to the scene that we had where I throw him up against the wall of the hospital when my son was killed. I went back and watched that scene, and with this knowledge, now you could almost see layers of that. Pete shared that really opened up their relationship in a way I don’t know if that was a spark of his idea of going in that direction.

  1. In hindsight, you can look at it and say, “Oh, there’s a strange sort of paternal thing” and me going to visit him in prison.
  2. There is this layer and blueprint of things that were in there, that on a surface you may not look at, but in hindsight, with this, it’s really genius.
  3. Is it possible Sam never actually knew, only Hannah? That was one of the questions I asked immediately of Pete because of panic over how I played things the previous five seasons.

He thought that I did know. It did affect a little bit of how we played the scene in the basement where so much of our history has been very kind of confrontational and anger-ridden and so much conflict. We kind of explored, with this knowledge, not needing to be so heavy-handed and finding a little more nuance and vulnerability in not only the protection of Bonnie but in the relationship between Frank and Sam.

  1. I do have to say I think it gave us a different layer of playing our relationship in a way that certainly leans into Sam being aware of this and never bringing that out.
  2. For the last six years, Sam has loomed over everything as the villain that got them all into this mess.
  3. Now, we learn it’s a lot more complex than that.

I’m sure you’ve always seen him with more compassion, but were you appreciative that before things wrap up, we get just this much more shading and perspective into who he was? There’s been on social media, when I’ve done interviews and stuff like that, people are fiercely protective of Annalise.

  1. It was an easy target to go after Sam as he’s the one who if he hadn’t done these things and met with his murder, then we wouldn’t have a series.
  2. Part of me as an actor liked it.
  3. I liked it because I’ve done so many good guys in my career.
  4. It’s nice to have this character that was heavily flawed and be the point of anger for a lot of the audience.

People are so invested and that’s what you hope for. But I found myself constantly defending Sam saying, “Well wait a minute, his hands aren’t the only dirty ones.” This validates what we naturally do as actors, which is to find those gray areas and find those human elements with each of these characters that we play.

  1. Do you think he really loved either Vivian or Annalise? I do.
  2. Vivian was obviously later in our story.
  3. I knew I had a wife, and my initial approach into this was there was that classic the first person you’re with, there was a lot of attraction and physical, but maybe not as fully realized and enlightened.

Annalise encapsulated everything that Sam had hoped to have, which is a powerful woman; the sex was great; and it had all those elements of a real challenging and fulfilling relationship. Even though we’ve had some knockdown, drag-out fights. People say some really nasty things in the heat of the moment.

They don’t truly believe those things. It doesn’t mean that they don’t love that person. I’ve always held on to the fact that Annalise was a true love that he always, always wanted. And it wasn’t just transactional. Why doesn’t Sam want Frank with Bonnie? Is it purely jealousy? Knowing Frank’s true identity? Jealousy, that’s the more salacious that people will read into that.

That’s okay. But even despite my checkered past with Bonnie, there was a real protective nature for Bonnie. There really was simply he’s a dangerous element and this poor young woman was abused in a very horrific way as a child. Identifying that there were things that I had problems with my childhood, and it was really fiercely trying to be protective of Bonnie in a way.

  • That’s where I liked playing that level of not anger and threatening Frank, but just saying, “Come on, you know who you are.” Really trying to appeal and reach to him in a different level I haven’t tried before.
  • That might have been what a father might do to a son as opposed to just some angry guy saying “Stay away from her.

You’re a scumbag.” It’s a mixture of all those things. How much is this new information likely to once again threaten Bonnie and Frank’s relationship? I have not seen the last two episodes, so I’m not sure where it’s going to go, but as long as those things are on the table, and how complex each of those characters are, I think that threat exists.

Will we see Sam again in the final two episodes? How much is he or Hannah going to end up playing into this trial? It’s safe to say that I’m not in the two that are left. But that doesn’t mean that references or the exploration of the characters and what our roles were in the Annalise trial can’t play into that.

They certainly set up Hannah. I’m not aware of where the story goes in the final two, but it seems like it tees it up that she is making a play. If Sam had survived, what do you think would’ve happened? Would he have ever got help? Left Annalise? Been arrested for Lila? I think this was destined that it was going to end up tragic.

Whether it happened then or at some point down the line, it would be living with the guilt and the shame and the constant need for acceptance and trying to protect the lies that have been building up. I don’t know that he would have become enlightened. Maybe that’s another show that he has amnesia and he’s suddenly a good person.

He would have continued to probably make enough mistakes that led him to where he is today, six feet under. It’s tragic, but I think he was on a collision course for tragedy. Related content:

Who killed Asher?

Who Killed Asher Millstone? – How To Get Away With Murder Season 3 Review ABC If there is one thing that is certain about this series is that no one is safe. The last season was an intense one for the characters and the viewers. The lead ensemble changed sides quite a lot throughout the seasons and especially in the last one, including Asher.

Why did Asher become a mole?

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  • Asher is revealed to be the mole though he claims to have given the FBI nothing concrete. Asher explains that the FBI blackmailed him through his mother and sister who convinced Asher to turn on the others. He is later killed by an unknown assailant outside Gabriel’s apartment.
  • Nate reveals that he and Annalise got together before Sam and Lila had their affair.
  • Laurel is alive and is in hiding thanks to the help of Tegan, allegedly.
  • Annalise goes into hiding also to escape from the FBI, adopting a new alias, Justine Brooks.

Was Wes alive in Season 6?

Update 5/14/20: In the series finale episode of How to Get Away with Murder, it was revealed that the person at Annalise’s funeral wasn’t actually Wes Gibbins at all. Alfred Enoch returned to play Wes and Laurel’s son, Christopher, all grown up. The final moments of the finale skipped ahead to decades after Annalise won her trial when she died after a long, happy, complicated life.

  • Christopher was there to pay tribute to his mentor, Annalise, and to escort an elderly Laurel to the funeral.
  • After six years of killing off beloved characters, How to Get Away with Murder Season 6 delivered the shock of the century by seemingly bringing one of them back to life! Wes Gibbins’ ( Alfred Enoch ) return in the midseason finale still yet to be explained on the eve of the series finale.

We’ll have all our answers soon, but that hasn’t stopped us from speculating about how in the world he could be alive and well at Annalise’s ( Viola Davis ) funeral. Wes died in Season 3 of the show when Dominick ( Nicholas Gonzalez ) killed him on the orders of Laurel’s ( Karla Souza ) father.

Wes was planning to confess a whole litany of crimes to the police, which would have implicated Laurel and by extension her family’s illicit dealings, so Jorge Castillo had him murdered to silence him. Dominick even set fire to Annalise’s house to burn the body and destroy the evidence. It’s just too bad no one knew Laurel was pregnant with Wes’s baby by that point.

The tricky part of this whole thing is. we saw Wes’s body. His charred corpse was shown to Annalise and multiple other characters in the wake of his death, and that’s usually a pretty conclusive way to tell a character is dead for real. So how in the world is he alive and kicking all these seasons later? Alfred Enoch, How to Get Away with Murder Mitch Haaseth, ABC There are a couple of theories that could explain it. The first and most popular is that he’s been in league with the FBI this whole time. If he’d contacted the FBI with the evidence he had on all the murders he and the Keating Five had been part of, who’s to say this hasn’t all been a complex witness protection program thing? Considering how Annalise’s minions always jump to murder the second exposure becomes a risk, Wes wouldn’t have had a hard time swinging a deal to fake his death so he could be protected until the FBI was finished building their case against Annalise.

  1. This also tracks with Laurel and baby Christopher’s mysterious disappearance last season.
  2. If she’d found out Wes was alive and in hiding, she absolutely would have taken the same deal in order to be with him and their child.
  3. The catch here is Dominick would have had to be in on the plan for this to work.

Everyone’s allegiance is questionable on a show like this, but it seems unlikely Dominick would have turned on the family he’d been loyal to his whole life. Though frankly, we already know the FBI had a Castillo mole inside it, so who’s to say the FBI didn’t have one of their own in the Castillo ranks? Discover Your New Favorite Show: Watch This Now! Now, some people believe that Wes did make a deal to fake his own death, but that that deal was actually with the Castillo family instead of the FBI. The final theory about the scene where Wes returns has nothing to do with faked deaths and everything to do with real ones. We’ve all been assuming that Annalise would fake her death and get the hell out of dodge at some point, but she’s technically already tried to run.

She made it all the way to Mexico before deciding to turn around and face the music. It would be very out of character for Annalise to up and decide to run again after deciding to stay and fight. This woman absolutely does not give up once she’s committed to a course of action! Plus, after her little escape attempt, the FBI would be crazy to assume she was dead without a body to prove it.

On the off chance that Annalise does die in the series finale, the funeral scene where Wes first appeared could actually be heaven. It sounds bleak, but a crowd of people mourning her death instead of baying for her blood would seem pretty heavenly to Annalise at this point.

What happened to Laurel Castillo?

” I’m a cheater, yes. And a slut and a bad person and now a murderer. Judge me if you want. Just do it while we’re carrying the damn body! ” — Laurel Castillo Laurel Castillo is one of the main characters of How to Get Away with Murder, She is a secret weapon in the making.

  • A quiet, sensitive idealist who enrolled in law school after graduating from Brown University to learn how to defend the less fortunate, Laurel manages to stay under the radar, making it easy for her fellow classmates to underestimate her.
  • With a profound attention to detail and inventive mind, she’s talented and darker than anyone realizes, including Annalise,

She disappeared at the end of ” Please Say No One Else Is Dead ” along with her son Christopher Castillo, Its later revealed in ” Annalise Keating Is Dead ” that Laurel fled to Brooklyn with Tegan Price ‘s help out of fear of her family and what they might do to her and Christopher.

Does Laurel have Wes baby?

” Hi, Christopher. I’m your godmother. You just don’t know it yet because Laurel hasn’t gotten off her ass to ask me. ” — Annalise Keating to baby Christopher. Christopher Castillo is the biological child of Laurel Castillo and Wes Gibbins, Even though it was originally believed that the baby’s father is Wes Gibbins, it was later revealed that Laurel slept with Wes and Frank at the time that her son was conceived.

  1. After completing a paternity test, it was evidently clear that the baby’s father is Wes.
  2. The baby seems to have been conceived in the episode ” Is Someone Really Dead? “.
  3. Laurel revealed to Annalise in the episode ” It’s for the Greater Good ” that the baby is a boy.
  4. In the episode ” Live. Live. Live.
  5. Laurel gives birth to him prematurely, and he is ultimately saved by Annalise while the paramedics arrive.

It’s confirmed in ” He’s Dead ” that Wes is the father, not Frank. In the series finale ” Stay “, Christopher was first seen as a toddler with his mother Laurel in the courthouse for his godmother Annalise’s trial and then as adult, after attending Annalise’s funeral with his mother, he become a criminal law professor at Middleton University over the introductory class teaching Criminal Law 100, or as his godmother and mentor Annalise preferred to call the class “How To Get Away With Murder”.

Was Wes Gibbins in Harry Potter?

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Alfred Enoch
Enoch in 2016
Born Alfred Lewis Enoch 2 December 1988 (age 34) London, England
Citizenship
  • United Kingdom
  • Brazil
Alma mater The Queen’s College, Oxford ( BA )
Occupation Actor
Years active 1999–present
Known for
  • Harry Potter
  • Sherlock
  • How to Get Away with Murder
  • King Lear
  • Red
  • Romeo and Juliet
  • Foundation
Height 6 ft 4 in (1.93 m)
Parent

William Russell (father)

Awards PAFF 2021 CANADA LEE AWARD FESTin 2021 Best Actor Award

Alfred Lewis Enoch (born 2 December 1988) is a British-Brazilian actor. He is best known for playing Dean Thomas in the Harry Potter film series and Wes Gibbins in the ABC legal thriller television series How to Get Away with Murder,

Who is Wes Gibbins father?

Charles Mahoney is a minor character on How to Get Away with Murder, He is the son of Wallace and Sylvia Mahoney and the biological father of Wes Gibbins,

Why does Laurel leave in season 6?

Karla Souza Couldn’t Be In Season 6 Because She Was Filming Another TV Series – How To Get Away With Murder Season 3 Review Karla Souza returned for the How To Get Away With Murder series finale but her role was reduced in season 6 because she was filming the TV series, El Presidente, which began streaming on Prime Video in 2020. Souza played Rosario, an agent who works for the FBI and uncovers the FIFA corruption scandal from 2015.

Souza said that she was glad that she could come back for HTGAWM ‘s conclusion: ” I was able to be in the last two episodes quite prominently and be a part of the ending. Which was a gift because I would have definitely felt sad if I wouldn’t have been able to have that” (via Metro.co.uk ). Laurel’s return as How To Get Away With Murder wraps up is just as emotional as her previous storylines.

While it’s satisfying that she is able to raise her son Christopher without looking over her shoulder and wondering if her father is stalking her, her arc has a tragic conclusion as she grieves the loss of Frank Delfino (Charlie Weber), who is shot along with Bonnie Winterbottom (Liza Weil).

What happened to Michaela at the end of how do you get away?

So, Who Got Away With Murder in the HTGAWM Series Finale? How To Get Away With Murder Season 3 Review Photo: Jessica Brooks/ABC On Thursday night, ended its six-season run with one last story centered around a courtroom trial: After all these years, Annalise must face the crimes she’s accrued since the murder that kicked off the ABC drama in 2014. Fittingly, there was even more murder in the finale, and a lot to parse through.

The trial is the end of the line for some characters and the final glimpses of others — until, that is, a surprise, flash-forward epilogue in the episode’s closing act. Who had a happy ending? Who lived? Who died? And who actually got away with murder? Annalise: Annalise is found not guilty for the conspiracy to murder her former husband, Sam, as well as all of the other murders that built up across the series.

And it’s true, she’s never killed anyone! In the future, she is eulogized at her funeral by her former lover, Eve. We learn she lived “a lifetime of struggles and triumphs.” She continued to confront her alcoholism, yet lived a happy life full of various lovers and loved ones.

We are shown a cycling montage of Annalise’s hands clasped with various lovers’ across the years. Fans are left to fill in the blanks of who they might be. Frank: After the trial, on the steps outside the courthouse, Annalise’s crime-oriented assistant shoots and kills Governor Birkhead, who pinned all these crimes on Annalise in the first place.

Frank is shot by police officers and as he dies in Bonnie’s arms, but not before telling her, “I had to make it right.” He stayed (too) loyal to Annalise, always. Bonnie: It’s revealed that Bonnie, too, was shot in the crossfire while trying to stop Frank.

  • She dies in Annalise’s arms, a devastating turn after years, albeit rocky ones, of their love and friendship.
  • Laurel: She admitted that the FBI coerced Annalise’s former students to lie on the stand, helping to secure Annalise’s non-guilty verdict.
  • She flees the scene with her son, Christopher, when shots ring out on the courthouse steps.

In the future, she attends Annalise’s funeral with an adult Christophe — who looks exactly like his father, Wes, because he’s also played by Alfred Enoch. Michaela : By negotiating a deal to avoid jail time, Michaela’s friendship ends with several key HTGAWM characters.

Connor and Oliver are angry about her act of self-preservation, and Laurel doesn’t even bother to answer her call afterward. Their relationship is over as they knew it. Michaela’s future is more hopeful: Although she is not in attendance at Annalise’s funeral, she’s shown wearing judicial robes, swearing in on a Bible, with two daughters by her side.

Might she be fulfilling her dream of becoming a Supreme Court justice? Connor and Oliver : Connor must serve jail time as part of his involvement in covering up Sam Keating’s murder. He gives his wedding ring back to Oliver, telling him, “Thank you — now I know how to love.” Oliver is heartbroken.

  • In the future, thankfully, the couple is back together.
  • The two lock arms at Annalise’s funeral, once again wearing their wedding rings.
  • Asher : Prior to the finale, Asher is killed by the FBI after being outed as a mole against Annalise and the remaining Keating 5.
  • Annalise is found not guilty of his murder.

Wes : After dying in season three, his presence echoes through Annalise’s trial since he dealt the final blow that killed her husband in the pilot. He lives on through his son, Christophe, seen in the future at Annalise’s funeral. Tegan : In the finale, Tegan finally admits her love to Annalise, but she responds by saying that she couldn’t give her all she wanted.

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In the future, the two remain friends. Perhaps even more than friends? We’re shown flashes of them dancing together amid Eve’s eulogy. Nate: Annalise’s ex-cop former lover gives testimony that affirms Annalise’s innocence. In the future, Nate is shown in front of construction for his new project — “the Lahey Justice Center” — which is aimed at, as the sign says, “building opportunities for the incarcerated and their families.” This post has been corrected to show that Laurel’s daughter is named Christopher, not Christophe, and that Nate testified in Annalise’s trial.

So, Who Got Away With Murder in the HTGAWM Series Finale? : So, Who Got Away With Murder in the HTGAWM Series Finale?

What happened to Michaela Pratt in the last episode?

Michaela Pratt Also, Oliver told Michaela that it should’ve been her going to jail. Basically, Michaela ended the series completely alone, and it was so sad. During the flash-forward, we see that Michaela seemingly had two daughters and was being sworn in.

Who burned Annalise house?

Image Warning: This story contains major spoilers from the season finale of How to Get Away with Murder, Read at your own risk! Wes’ killer was revealed during the two-hour How to Get Away with Murder season finale—and you probably didn’t see that twist coming.

  1. While it looked like A.D.A.
  2. Todd Denver ( Benito Martinez ) had manufactured the house fire—getting mysterious hit man Dominick ( Nicholas Gonzalez ) to murder Wes (Alfred Enoch) and blow the place up—in a bid to finally take down Annalise ( Viola Davis ), it turns out he wasn’t working alone.
  3. In fact, he was working for— twist !—Laurel’s (Karla Souza) father, Jorge Castillo (Esai Morales).

What does this all mean? EW turned to executive producer Pete Nowalk to get the scoop on what’s next. (Read our postmortem with Karla Souza here, and read our full recap here,) ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY: Laurel’s father is actually responsible for Wes’ death.

Why? PETE NOWALK: That’s something I can’t answer because that’s obviously something we’re going to have to find out next season. Was this your plan from the beginning? It was an option, yes. When we introduced him in the first half of the season, I knew there was a reason we were doing that. Was A.D.A.

Denver working with Laurel’s father this whole time? We did see Denver meet with Dominick, who was called a family friend of the Castillos. A lot of these confusions are really just questions that we’re setting up for next season. That’s the point. We do know that there is some sort of connection, but obviously, we didn’t tell you what that was.

  • Is this part and parcel of Laurel’s father wanting to be back in her life? It’s so much more complicated than that.
  • It’s really messy.
  • We don’t really know that much about him.
  • We’ve been hinting a lot about their past and all the mess the two of them have gotten into.
  • One of my favorite things about the episode is really watching Laurel’s face when she runs into Dominick because I think you can interpret that her mind is putting together a lot of pieces there, and those are pieces that we’ll put together for the audience next year.

How will Laurel feel about her father coming back in the picture? In this circumstance, whether she thinks he did it or whether she’s now wondering if he had something to do with it, I think she’s going to be really upset, to say the least. I think it could start some real family drama.

  • You teed up the possibility of Laurel weighing having an abortion.
  • Will that be a big part of the storytelling next season? We’ll see.
  • Not that much time has passed since she found out she was pregnant.
  • Obviously, that is one of the options.
  • What happened, whether she has the baby or not, we’ll figure out next season, but I did not think that Laurel would make a rushed decision.

I think she’d take as much time as she needed, which is why we did not have any conclusion to that storyline this season. How much will we be seeing Dominick next season? I really like, Obviously, we owe the audience a lot of answers. Usually, we do that pretty early on in the season.

  1. So, why Dominick did this for Jorge and what his role is in the family, we’ll figure out.
  2. I expect, as long as he’s available to us, that we’ll get to see more of him.
  3. Laurel hesitated before saying he’s a family friend.
  4. Could there be something romantic in their past? Yes, I think all possibilities are there.

I think she’s hesitating because she’s like, “This is a little convenient that he’s showing up here on this street right now.” I think Laurel is really smart, so her mind is immediately jumping to what the hell is going on here. Laurel was stopped before she could kill Charles, but will she still be targeting him next year? When Dominick showed up, everything changed.

Maybe now she’s not so sure that the Mahoneys had anything to do with it. I do want to be clear: I don’t know whether Laurel was going to kill him or not. She obviously needed answers and I think was planning to threaten him. Who knows what would happen in the heat of the moment, but I don’t think Laurel is a stone-cold murderer.

For all intents and purposes, Connor did turn against Annalise. Can the rest of the Keating family ever trust him again? I think we’ll have to see what the reaction is, but I understand why Connor had to do that in the moment. I think he was scared and he gave away the phone, which, as far as he knew, had nothing on it.

So I’m not sure how big of a betrayal that is. What kind of guilt does Annalise feel about Wes’ death? Is this her turning point to get back on the wagon? What I liked about her storyline in this last episode, and what I very much related to, is she’s trying to get better. Whether she can or not, that’s not as simple as you make a decision and you’re better.

This was really, finally the start of her accepting the mess that she created from her trauma. There’s a lot more to dive into there, but what we saw in that last AA meeting was really a first step, it was a confession. Oliver proposed to Connor, but we didn’t get an answer.

What’s next for them? They’re growing closer and closer. Whether Connor is the marrying type, I very much understood why he didn’t answer right away. I also think he knows that the two of them have jumped into a lot of things that have bit them in the ass later, so there’s a big discussion that they need to have before they walk down the aisle.

Where will next season pick up? This feels like the first time you’ve ended a season without a murder, so what does that mean for next year’s storyline? Quite honestly, this is when we take a step back, breathe, and decide what we want to do. I have no idea basically because I might decide we skip forward in time or I might decide we start with a murder.

Is Laurel in love with Susanna?

– Isabel, or more known as “Belly”, is her second child and only daughter. She is shown to be desperate to have the relationship with Belly as she has with Susannah, which is very close and intimate. She can struggle to understand Belly, who is the opposite of her in terms of personality, but makes an effort to be close with her.

Growing up, Belly found it hard to connect with her mother due to her stubborn and stern personality. This caused Belly to sometimes wonder if her mother actually cared about her and strained their relationship. As time went by, Belly began viewing Susannah emotionally more as her mother, developing a deep attachment to her, since she felt she was much more maternal towards her as opposed to Laurel.

However, Susannah frequently told Belly that Laurel did sincerely love her, even if she had a hard time showing it. In the second novel, following Susannah’s death, Belly and Laurel’s relationship hits a significant strain. Laurel takes her best friend’s death extremely hard and stops properly communicating to an also grieving Belly.

  • Upon Belly making a drunk phone call to her while at the beach house, she arrives there and expects her daughter to leave with her despite learning that the beach house Susannah owned is going to be sold.
  • Belly then calls her mother out on only focusing on her own grief while ignoring everyone else around her, telling her how disappointed Susannah would be in her.

This brings Laurel to impulsively slap her daughter, shocking them both. After calming down, she apologizes to Belly for what she did and admits that she has been so self-absorbed in her own personal grief that she hasn’t bothered to care for Belly as well.

The two re-connect and are happy when Laurel convinces Mr. Fisher to let them keep the beach house. In the third and final novel, Laurel and Belly’s relationship meets the largest test of all when she learns of her eighteen year old’s engagement to Jeremiah. Laurel is nearly outraged at this, desperately trying to convince Belly to end the too-early arrangement.

When Belly refuses to do so, Laurel bluntly tells her that she will not give her blessing or be there at the wedding. A hurt Belly proceeds to angrily leave in order to stay at the beach house and the two women stop talking all together, despite both being devastated at the wedge between them.

  1. Conrad soon patches things up between them when realizing the mental toll it was taking on Belly, convincing Laurel to simply make the best of the situation.
  2. Laurel shows up at Belly’s wedding shower, resulting in an emotionally tearful reunion between the two of them.
  3. Years later, Laurel helps out Belly during her engagement and wedding to Conrad.

It is implied she helped Belly pick out her wedding dress as well as taking an active role during the wedding planning this time around.

What happened to Nate Lahey?

” Get them all out of here! Get her out of here, too! Take your ho! Get the here on out of here! ‘Cause I ain’t signing nothing for no pig! Take your ho and get the here on out of here! I ain’t signing a damn thing for you! I ain’t signing nothing! ” —Nate Lahey, Sr.

  • To Annalise and Nate,
  • Nathaniel Calvin Lahey, Sr.
  • Sometimes referred to as Senior, was a supporting character on How to Get Away with Murder,
  • He was in prison for murder but signed to partake in Annalise ‘s class action.
  • Nate Sr was killed on orders of Xavier Castillo and Governor Lynne Birkhead to prove Annalise’s class action would put dangerous criminals back on the street.

Before his murder, prison guards Jim Wagner and Paula Gladden faked a violent tantrum on his behalf, making it look like he was still mentally ill.

Why was Laurel Lance killed off?

Laurel Lance Dies In Arrow Season 4, Episode 18 – How To Get Away With Murder Season 3 Review Arrow season 4, episode 18, “Eleven-Fifty-Nine,” revealed that Oliver Queen and Barry Allen had been stood at Laurel’s grave in the season’s opening episode. During an attempt to stop Damien Dahrk, played by Neal McDonough, from escaping prison, Team Arrow found themselves once again powerless against the magical villain, with Laurel eventually being stabbed as a means for Dahrk to punish her father, who’d betrayed him.

Despite being treated at the hospital, and even expected to make a full recovery, Laurel lost her life moments later. This sudden death sparked controversy, as Black Canary has a major role in DC Comics, and Cassidy had only just scratched the surface. Cassidy was written out of Arrow initially because the creative team felt they had run out of substantial stories for Laurel, despite the fact that her career as the Arrowverse’s Black Canary had only just begun.

Arrow’s producers deviated from Laurel’s DC Comics roots as Queen’s long-term love-interest, and while her death in season 4 proved that Arrow did still have stakes (as many characters had previously died and been resurrected), it was still a massive blow to the series.

Did they know who killed Wes?

HTGAWM Season 3 Finale Recap: Who Killed Wes? | On the Season 3 Finale of How to Get Away with Murder, Wes Gibbin’s killer was revealed. Annalise believed that the Mahoney’s were behind Wes’ murder but Sylvia Mahoney set the record straight and told Annalise that Wes’ father is Charles Mahoney and not Wallace Mahoney, an assumption Annalise made while working on the Mahoney case.

Annalise finds out District Attorney Denver has been working corruptly to try and put her in jail. Laurel pulls out a gun to approach Charles Mahoney but is stopped by Dominic, a family friend. In a series of flashbacks we learn that Dominic was sent by Laurel’s father to kill Wes. After killing Wes, Dominic set Annalise’s house on fire.

The season 3 finale answered some of questions about Wes’ death but now we need to know why Laurel’s father wanted to kill Wes and if Annalise will go after District Attorney Denver. Catch all the important moments from the season finale below. Who is Wes’ Father? During a meeting with Sylvia Mahoney, Annalise finds out who is Wes’ father.

Annalise accuses Sylvia of plotting to kill her grandson, Wes Gibbins. Sylvia insists that Annalise has it all wrong. Who Killed Wes Gibbins Annalise speaks to District Attorney Denver about Wes’ voicemail. Annalise pins the murders of Rebecca Sutter and Sam Keating on Wes. She tells him that Wes committed suicide because he knew that he’d be going to jail for the murders.

Who is Dominic? Laurel is about to confront Charles Mahoney before she runs into Dominic, a family friend. Dominic is also the person that killed Wes Gibbins. Don’t miss How to Get Away with Murder when it returns for its fourth season. : HTGAWM Season 3 Finale Recap: Who Killed Wes? |

Did Wes survive the fire?

Image After months of tantalizing teases that someone in Annalise’s inner circle would perish in the house fire, How to Get Away with Murder shockingly revealed that Wes is dead. But now the question remains: Who killed him? As revealed in the winter premiere, Wes actually died prior to the house fire.

  • While the police and the Keating Four suspect that Annalise (Viola Davis) played a role in his death, the Mahoneys could be to blame.
  • Either way, Annalise is in jail, and the K4 have lost their fearless leader.
  • What’s next? EW turned to executive producer Pete Nowalk to find out: ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY: Where are we picking up? PETE NOWALK: We’re picking up pretty much in the immediate aftermath.

For me, I didn’t want to gloss over the dramatic reactions to Wes’ death and Annalise’s arrest. We’re really delving into the thick of those instant reactions. How will everyone handle Wes’ death? Everyone goes in a completely different direction. That was what was fun about writing these characters is none of them react the same.

  • Connor (Jack Falahee) is going to be dark, I think Asher (Matt McGorry) feels his feelings a lot, Michaela (Aja Naomi King) is going to be sad and trying to fix things and make everything okay.
  • It’s all the things that people are doing to avoid the feelings that grief brings.
  • Obviously, Laurel (Karla Souza) has a huge emotional connection to Wes, so she’s devastated.

Annalise is in shock. It’s all a lot. Annalise is in jail. Is she in an orange jumpsuit? Are we seeing Orange Is the New Black ? Honestly, when I realized we had arrested Annalise in episode 2, I was like, “Wait a second, that means we’re going to have to see her in jail! That terrifies me, because who could make prison more interesting than Orange Is the New Black ?” I feel like we found our way to do it where it’s awesome.

Also, we had to put Viola Davis in a box and watch what she would do. That was such a good writing exercise. She’s in a jumpsuit. I’m going to say — spoiler alert — it’s burgundy, We’re just a little different. You say you’re sticking her in a box. Does she end up in solitary? No, I mean her cell. Annalise is actually very prominently not in solitary.

When we see her, we’ll see that she’s in a jail cell with at least two other inmates because of overcrowding, which is super real right now. She’s going to have to deal with these women, like sharing a toilet in the open. How does she take that? It’s not good.

Are any of her clients in this jail? We’re not going to see her cross with any of her clients, but we’ll see that her reputation precedes her. How is everyone else dealing with the fact that their fearless leader is in jail? Some people are happy about it, because they don’t like her, and they also think she might be guilty.

Some people are overwhelmed because that means they have to fill her shoes — Bonnie specifically. But I think they’re all freaking worried, because if Annalise is in jail, are they all going to end up in jail, too? It seems like the beginning of the end.

  1. Are we going to see a trial? We will not see her official trial in the back half of the season.
  2. It’s only six episodes.
  3. But we’re going to see hearings and court cases.
  4. The whole idea is, “Can our team do anything so there is no trial?” Who’s Annalise’s lawyer? That is an interesting question.
  5. It’s a storyline, so I don’t want to spoil it.

Is it Eve (Famke Janssen)? No, because that’s a conflict of interest. Who is she going to get? Who can she trust? Hiring outside or is there a potential for someone within? She could get an awesome lawyer, because it’s probably a really sexy case, and we’ll see if she decides to do that or batten down the hatches.

  1. Will she represent herself? That’s a possibility.
  2. There’s another lawyer that she knows, Bonnie, so it’s all a big decision.
  3. What are Annalise’s exact charges? Because the police were originally looking at her in regards to Rebecca (Katie Findlay).
  4. They charged her with arson and first-degree murder.
  5. They were looking into a lot of things, but right now she’s only been charged for Wes’ murder.

How desperate is Laurel to find out who killed Wes? Is that her journey? Yes, I think that’s a great way to put it: She is desperate. She’s suspicious of people around her. There’s a lot of suspects that are in her inner circle. She’s also in grief, so it’s exciting to watch how Laurel reacts, because it’s really up and down.

She’s strong, but she’s also devastated, so how does that come to light for her? Karla’s awesome. Karla gets to do a lot of great stuff. We’re going to see what happened to Wes via flashback from the time he left the police precinct. Exactly. Are we only in his perspective? We’re not only in his perspective.

We’ll see where other people were that night as well. Each episode, we’re going to reveal another piece of the puzzle between what happened when he left the police station and when he died. It’s all really messy. We’re going to be surprised by what a lot of people were doing then.

  1. A big theory is that the Mahoneys are behind Wes’ death.
  2. Is that a red herring, or should we be following that trail? I’m not going to say one way or another, but I think it’s definitely a trail for the characters.
  3. That’s their first instinct, and sometimes your first instinct is right.
  4. They play a prominent part.

I know you don’t want to say much, but what can you tease for who is behind Wes’ death? What’s fun about writing it is all the characters are trying to figure it out, too, so all the suspects are always being talked about. That was really helpful to me to be able to figure out who I wanted it to be.

  • Do we know the killer? I know the killer.
  • I just found out.
  • So you didn’t know when you were writing it? I never know.
  • I know people want to believe I’m a really competent writer, but I don’t know these things.
  • But what I meant was: Has the audience seen this person before? I don’t want to answer.
  • What I will say is it’s not going to be annoying and someone you’ve never met.

It’s going to be satisfying, I hope. She is, which is awesome. Ophelia comes back, which was obviously an important story for when Annalise’s mother and her father (Roger Robinson) find out their daughter has been arrested for murder. I think they’re going to have a really strong reaction.

I can’t wait for people to see that. We always try to have her for at least one episode. The season wouldn’t be complete without her. Now that Oliver (Conrad Ricamora) suspects Connor & Co. played a hand in Sam’s death, what’s next for him? What kind of danger does that put him in? He feels like he’s in a lot of danger.

He feels like he’s been suddenly given so much responsibility that he does not want. He now knows something he doesn’t want to know. That actually makes him a lot more sympathetic to Connor, who was trying to protect him from this. Laurel obviously has a lot of decisions to make, Oliver has a lot of decisions to make.

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Who did Wes call the night he died?

Episodes – See also:

No. overall No. inseason Title Directed by Written by Original air date U.S. viewers(millions)
46 1 “I’m Going Away” Jet Wilkinson September 28, 2017 ( 2017-09-28 ) 3.96
Annalise hosts a dinner to dismiss the Keating Four and Bonnie from their jobs, to convince them to move on and seek new opportunities. During a flight to visit her mother, she meets a man named Desmond and later calls him for casual sex at his hotel, but stops his advances and walks out after suspecting he is married. Stressed by her mother’s dementia, Annalise considers placing her in a nursing home. Connor rejects Oliver’s marriage proposal, stating that he wants them to get married when the time is right. Laurel correctly suspects that her father, Jorge, was involved in Wes’ death and decides to have her baby. Michaela and Asher apply for internships at a law firm. Bonnie has a job interview at the courthouse with DA Todd Denver. Back from visiting her mother, Annalise attends a court hearing and is reinstated as a lawyer after agreeing to attend therapy sessions with Dr. Isaac Roa. Flashforward: Three months later, Frank and Isaac rush into a hospital room where Laurel is unconscious. Frank wakes her up, and she panics upon realizing her baby is gone.
47 2 “I’m Not Her” Maya Goldsmith October 5, 2017 ( 2017-10-05 ) 3.88
During her second session with Isaac, Annalise tells him how her week went when she decided to take the case of Jasmine, one of her cellmates from when she was in prison. The Keating Four try to move on with their lives by getting interviews at the Middleton Law job fair. Nate suspects Annalise is plotting something when he finds out Bonnie is working for the DA’s office. With help from Connor, Laurel continues to investigate her father Jorge’s company and his involvement in Wes’ death. Laurel finds out Michaela accepted an offer for a job at Caplan & Gold, the firm that represents Jorge’s company. Laurel tells Michaela she suspects Jorge killed Wes, and asks for her help in bringing him down. Flashforward: Two and a half months later, Isaac calls Annalise, but she does not answer. On her way to Annalise’s hotel room, Bonnie walks into a new crime scene; she then makes her way to the elevator, where there are bloody handprints.
48 3 “It’s for the Greater Good” Nicole Rubio Erika Harrison October 12, 2017 ( 2017-10-12 ) 3.88
Annalise takes on a case and quickly realizes the stakes are much higher than she originally thought. Laurel asks Michaela to help her get information regarding Wes’ death, and Connor decides to withdraw from law school. Flashforward: Two months later, Isaac runs into Michaela; she is covered in blood and heavily distraught, looking through the window of a nursery and asking where Laurel’s baby is.
49 4 “Was She Ever Good at Her Job?” Michael Russo October 19, 2017 ( 2017-10-19 ) 3.56
Annalise and Michaela are forced to work together on a case involving the Middleton University president, Soraya Hargrove. Oliver gets in touch with Connor’s fathers, hoping to reconnect him with his biological father, Jeff. At the courthouse, Denver discovers that Bonnie hired Laurel and orders her to fire her, but Bonnie responds that Laurel might file a discrimination lawsuit due to her pregnancy. Bonnie arrives for a session with Isaac under the fake name Julie. Flashforward: One and a half months later, Bonnie tries to get in touch with Isaac, who is preoccupied consoling a distraught Michaela. She walks into the Caplan & Gold building, where a pool of blood is seen on the floor and Oliver is shown to have been a witness.
50 5 “I Love Her” Sarah L. Thompson October 26, 2017 ( 2017-10-26 ) 3.56
In need of forty clients, Annalise continues collecting cases for her class action suit. Bonnie sends Nate to investigate, but he actually warns her. Michaela and Oliver use Tegan’s computer to access Antares’ files, only to find a cease and desist letter the firm sent to an Antares employee who was murdered. With all her secrecy, Asher begins to doubt Michaela. Frank asks Laurel if the baby is really Wes’, making her angry and distraught for cheating on Wes. Annalise succeeds in getting the necessary forty clients, only to lose a majority of them as Bonnie lures each into a plea deal out of spite. Isaac discovers that Julie is actually Bonnie and the “Mae” she has been referring to all along is Annalise. Flashback: In 2002, Annalise defends a councilman accused of rape by Bonnie. Despite winning the case, Annalise resigns from her law firm out of guilt over how she treated Bonnie on the stand. Afterwards, she approaches Bonnie, suggesting she become a lawyer. Flashforward: Two weeks later, Bonnie investigates the crime scene at Caplan & Gold and learns that the suspect, revealed to be Asher, is in jail, in distress and crying.
51 6 “Stay Strong, Mama” Morenike Balogun November 2, 2017 ( 2017-11-02 ) 3.56
In an attempt to derail Annalise’s class action suit, Denver threatens to seize the family home of Claudia, another former inmate of Annalise’s, if she does not withdraw from the lawsuit. Annalise retaliates by having Claudia’s son, Tyrone, read a statement to the governor in a press conference about the threats, therefore hurting Denver’s bid for attorney general. Denver removes Bonnie from the lawsuit, believing that she is too emotionally invested. Annalise reveals to Isaac that, after her miscarriage, she attempted suicide. Though triggered by his similarities to Annalise’s trauma, Isaac refuses to transfer Annalise to a new therapist, despite the requests of his own therapist, his ex-wife Jacqueline. Jorge visits Laurel to tell her that Antares is going public, leading Laurel to realize that he had Wes killed because Antares’ reputation would have been damaged had Wes confessed about Sam and Rebecca’s murders. Upon learning that Antares is having a security room installed at Caplan & Gold accessible by Tegan, among others, Oliver tries to convince Michaela to use Tegan’s security badge to access the room, but she refuses. After being confronted by Asher, Michaela explains why she, Laurel, and Oliver were secretly meeting, but Asher storms out. Frank learns that he scored well on the and promises to be a good father to Laurel’s baby. Flashforward: One week later, Isaac tries to contact Annalise, who is in the shower, distraught and washing blood off herself.
52 7 “Nobody Roots for Goliath” Daniel Robinson November 9, 2017 ( 2017-11-09 ) 3.71
As Annalise tries to certify her class action law suit, the attorney general targets her alcoholism in an attempt to take her down, forcing her to figure out a way to rule out those accusations. Annalise also drops Isaac as her therapist after his ex-wife tells her that she is triggering him and may be threatening his sobriety. Asher convinces Laurel, Michaela, and Oliver to tell Frank about their plan, hoping he’ll convince them out of it. Instead, Frank agrees to help them, as they are all intent on getting justice for Wes. Later that night, Connor proposes to Oliver, who reveals what the others have been up to and that they know who killed Wes. Flashforward: Two days later, a team of surgeons are operating on a patient who suddenly goes into cardiac arrest.
53 8 “Live. Live. Live.” Joe Fazzio November 16, 2017 ( 2017-11-16 ) 3.72
Canceling his proposal to Oliver, Connor confronts Laurel about her plan to expose Antares and her father for Wes’ death, resulting in a fight between him and Frank. Despite Connor and Oliver’s reluctance, they agree to steal Tegan’s keycard and blame Simon. Connor decides to tell Annalise, who has resumed therapy with Isaac. At the party, Simon admits he loves Oliver and later catches Laurel, Michaela, and Asher as they try to escape with a hard drive containing all of Antares’ files. Simon questions the group and finds a gun in Laurel’s bag before accidentally shooting himself in the head, leading to Asher’s arrest. In shock, Laurel leaves with the hard drive and heads to Annalise’s hotel, where she goes into premature labor, having been struck earlier by Frank during his fight with Connor. Annalise finds her and performs on the baby to save him. Simon goes into cardiac arrest during surgery.
54 9 “He’s Dead” Jet Wilkinson Abby Ajayi January 18, 2018 ( 2018-01-18 ) 3.80
Laurel and the baby are brought into a hospital, where Annalise informs Connor of what happened to Laurel, which Dominic overhears, and then meets Frank. Laurel’s baby is still alive. Michaela and Oliver are questioned; Michaela figures out that Asher was arrested because he admitted to police that he handled the gun, so both she and Oliver try telling the same story where Asher used the gun. Annalise soon finds out that Jorge, informed by Dominic of Laurel’s plan, is taking Laurel’s baby away and claiming that Laurel used drugs in order to take custody of his grandson. Annalise brings Isaac to help her evaluate Laurel and dismiss Jorge’s accusations, but she is not able to stop the process in time and Jorge takes the baby to an unknown location. Bonnie informs Laurel, Frank, and Annalise that the hard drive was not on the elevator, and she and Nate help free Asher while the police investigate. Once Connor, Oliver, Michaela, and Asher meet up in the hospital, they all find out that Simon is still alive. Frank murders Dominic out of rage and plays a voicemail he found on Dominic’s phone to Annalise: it is Wes calling his emergency contact, using his birth name “Christophe.”
55 10 “Everything We Did Was for Nothing” Jonathan Brown Matthew Cruz January 25, 2018 ( 2018-01-25 ) 3.54
Laurel asks Annalise to get her out of the hospital. Michaela finds out that Annalise is not actually trying to get her out; when she confronts her, Annalise reveals she’s worried about Laurel’s mental state. Annalise assigns Connor, Oliver, and Asher to work on the class action suit. Michaela finds out that Laurel went into early labour because Frank hit her accidentally and tells both Annalise and Frank, so Annalise has Isaac evaluate Laurel for release. Oliver feels guilty over Simon’s shooting and visits him, with Asher and Connor trying to make him feel better. Frank disposed of Dominic’s body but kept his phone, and someone keeps calling; when Laurel hears the message Wes left on Dominic’s voicemail, she decides to answer the phone—to everybody’s surprise, the caller is her mother.
56 11 “He’s a Bad Father” Marta Cunningham Maya Goldsmith February 1, 2018 ( 2018-02-01 ) 3.68
Laurel tells her mother, Sandrine Castillo, about Dominic’s death, but lies that Jorge killed him and asks for her help to regain her son’s custody in a hearing. Asher, Connor, and Oliver find out more about Nate’s father, Nate Lahey Sr., who is mentally ill and has been in prison for decades. Before the custody hearing begins, Jorge claims to Laurel that he did not kill Wes. During the hearing, Annalise gets Sandrine and Isaac to testify for Laurel, but Jorge’s lawyers discredit Isaac when they reveal he is a current suspect in his own daughter’s suicide. As a result, Laurel loses custody of her son, though visiting privileges have yet to be decided. Annalise and Nate visit Nate’s father, the latter hoping to mend their relationship and the former hoping to have him on her class action. Frank and Bonnie learn that Wes only called Dominic once, but he met with Sandrine the day before he died.
57 12 “Ask Him About Stella” Stephen Cragg Tess Leibowitz February 8, 2018 ( 2018-02-08 ) 3.26
Isaac falls back into his addiction after the custody trial, but he soon tells Annalise. She tells him she understands, but asks him to go to a meeting. Laurel waits to visit her son and the rest of the Keating Four try to help Annalise by writing an opening statement for the class action suit; Michaela and Connor compete over whose idea is the best. After a discovery, Annalise confronts Isaac about his daughter’s death. Isaac confesses he had not been sober for 23 years, and that he staged his daughter’s death as a suicide because she overdosed on his drugs. Annalise and Isaac fight and she leaves to reveal his addiction to Jacqueline. Annalise’s class action is dismissed and Nate tells his father. Michaela convinces Annalise not to give up and convinces Connor and Oliver to get engaged again, while Connor decides to get back into law school. Frank confronts Laurel’s mother about how she knew Wes, and Bonnie makes Denver drop the investigation into Isaac regarding his daughter’s death. The episode ends with Annalise entering a conference held by a lady who fixes problems:,
58 13 “” Morenike Balogun & Sarah L. Thompson March 1, 2018 ( 2018-03-01 ) 4.14
Annalise gets Olivia Pope to help her with the class action and, after both of them get the case on the docket to be heard by the Supreme Court, they prepare Annalise to try the case. Michaela and investigate someone giving info to one of the Supreme Court justices. During the stakeout, Michaela cheats on Asher with Marcus and her friends, save for Asher, notice the next day. Right before the class action starts, Annalise gets a call from Jacqueline Roa, who tells her Isaac has been hospitalized after an overdose and that she ruined him just like everything else in her life. Annalise panics, asking Olivia to take her place, but the latter convinces her to keep going. Annalise goes to the Supreme Court and the Justices’ response is postponed. Frank and Bonnie continue to investigate Sandrine’s involvement with Wes’ death, and Frank finally reveals to Laurel that her mother is keeping something from her, showing her the recordings Wes made with her mother the day before he died. Annalise and Olivia say their goodbyes and Bonnie calls Annalise to tell her Simon is awake. This episode concluded a crossover event that began on with the episode “”.
59 14 “The Day Before He Died” Scott Printz Joe Fazzio March 8, 2018 ( 2018-03-08 ) 3.36
With Simon awake, Annalise sends Oliver to his hospital room to see how much he remembers. He is slowly regaining his memories, but later agrees to keep quiet after Annalise blackmails him. A recovering Isaac tells Annalise that they can’t see each other anymore. Asher finds out Michaela cheated on him and confronts her about it. Laurel meets with Denver and obtains Sandrine’s phone records from the day Wes died. She learns that Sandrine informed Jorge that Wes was going to testify, leading to Wes’ death. Bonnie discovers that Denver is playing both sides and has the hard drive. After Bonnie tells this to Annalise on a voicemail, Nate informs her and Frank that there has been a car accident; a body is shown being taken away. Flashback: The day before Wes’ death, he receives a call from Laurel’s mother asking him to meet her; she asks him to stop seeing Laurel to protect her, offering him $100,000, but Wes refuses, as he loves Laurel. The night of the fire, Wes calls Sandrine and tells her he’s going to turn himself in to the police. Out of options, Sandrine calls Jorge and tells him to “do something” about it.
60 15 “Nobody Else Is Dying” Jet Wilkinson Peter Nowalk March 15, 2018 ( 2018-03-15 ) 3.83
Foul play is suspected in DA Todd Denver’s sudden death. Jorge Castillo calls Laurel, inquiring about the whereabouts of Sandrine, but Laurel says she doesn’t know. The Keating Four—along with Oliver, Frank, and Annalise—are worried about the missing hard drive. Nate manages to recover Dominic’s phone, the hard drive, and Denver’s files on everyone. He lies to Bonnie, telling her that he destroyed their files. Believing that Simon is becoming a threat, Michaela calls to have him deported. Annalise persuades Tegan into jumping ship to bring Jorge down, failure of which she might be charged as his co-conspirator. Annalise decides to call a truce by giving the hard drive to Jorge in exchange for giving up his custody battle—he is later arrested on multiple criminal charges, including Denver’s suspected murder. Connor confesses that he actually failed out instead of dropping out, but applies to re-enroll. SCOTUS rules in favor of Annalise’s class action. As Nate peruses the files, he finds out there is an unnamed presumed dead or missing child perceived to be alive. A young man, Gabriel Maddox, enrolls at Middleton, catching Frank’s attention.

Who faked Wes death?

How to Get Away With Murder series finale reveals the final twists Published: 06:17 BST, 15 May 2020 | Updated: 15:16 BST, 15 May 2020

  • ABC’s How to Get Away With Murder ended its thrilling six-season run on Thursday night, as fans finally learned the fates of Annalise Keating (Viola Davis) and Wes Gibbins (Alfred Enoch).
  • Earlier in the final season, Annalise’s funeral was shown, and Wes, who was killed off in Season 4, was shown at the funeral, leaving fans wondering if he’s really been alive this whole time.
  • While Annalise’s death was actually confirmed in the finale, it was in a much different way than many fans expected.

Annalise: ABC’s How to Get Away With Murder ended its thrilling six-season run on Thursday night, as fans finally learned the fates of Annalise Keating (Viola Davis) and Wes Gibbins (Alfred Enoch)

  1. Before the reveal of the true nature of Annalise’s funeral, her murder trial was wrapping up, with the surprising twist that Nate (Billy Brown) actually came through and lied on the stand for Annalise, testifying that Hannah (Marcia Gay Harden) framed him for Sam’s murder, and not Annalise, who actually did frame him.
  2. While the jury deliberates, Tegan (Amirah Vann) finally admits that she’s in love with Annalise, though Annalise doesn’t think she can give her the love she deserves.
  3. The verdict comes back not guilty, but there is still a few notable deaths, right on the courthouse steps after the verdict.

Trial: Before the reveal of the true nature of Annalise’s funeral, her murder trial was wrapping up, with the surprising twist that Nate (Billy Brown) actually came through and lied on the stand for Annalise, testifying that Hannah (Marcia Gay Harden) framed him for Sam’s murder, and not Annalise, who actually did frame him

  • After Frank (Charlie Weber) learned Governor Birkhead (Laura Innes) was responsible for Hannah’s death, he shot and killed her on the courthouse steps.
  • Frank was shot and killed by the Governor’s head of security, Bonnie (Liza Weil), but she was also shot and killed in the hail of gunfire, despite Annalise’s best efforts to revive her.
  • The finale also revealed that Michaela (Aja Naomi King) took a plea deal and got no jail time, but she lost everyone important in her life in the process, while Connor (Jack Falahee) didn’t take a deal and ended up serving five years in prison.

Shot: After Frank (Charlie Weber) learned Governor Birkhead (Laura Innes) was responsible for Hannah’s death, he shot and killed her on the courthouse steps

  1. After Annalise’s funeral was teased all season, some fans speculated that she actually faked her own death to escape her crimes, but that was not the case.
  2. It was revealed to be Annalise Keating’s actual funeral, though it took place several years later, with Keating living a full life after her acquittal, with the photo teased throughout the season at the funeral seen next to her as an older woman.
  3. The mysterious presence of Wes was also explained in a similarly twisty fashion, with it revealed that Alfred Enoch was not actually playing Wes, but Christopher, the now-adult son of Wes and Laurel, attending the funeral with his elderly mother.

Real funeral: After Annalise’s funeral was teased all season, some fans speculated that she actually faked her own death to escape her crimes, but that was not the case

  • During other future scenes, Michaela is seen being sworn in as a judge and Nate has opened up the Lahey Justice Center.
  • At Annalise’s funeral, the eulogy was delivered by Eve (Famke Janssen), as a montage of Annalise’s life was shown.
  • In the final scene, adult Christopher is revealed to be a law professor at Middleston, teaching Annalise’s class, Criminal Law 101, though he added, ‘or as my mentor liked to call it, How to Get Away With Murder” as the series came to a close.

Judge: During other future scenes, Michaela is seen being sworn in as a judge and Nate has opened up the Lahey Justice Center : How to Get Away With Murder series finale reveals the final twists