Cicely Tyson has landed a guest-starring role on How to Get Away with Murder, EW has learned.
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The puppy did it.
Now that How to Get Away with Murder finally revealed that Wes (Alfred Enoch) was actually the one to land the death blow on Sam (Tom Verica), the cast opened up to EW on some of the best theories they heard before the killer reveal.
Warning: This story contains major spoilers from the midseason finale of How to Get Away with Murder, including the identity of the killer. Read at your own risk!
How to Get Away with Murder finally revealed Sam Keating’s killer tonight—but the ABC freshman drama also left viewers with a head-scratching, yet shocking revelation before going off the air until 2015.
How to Get Away with Murder will cap off its freshman season with a special two-hour finale, ABC announced Wednesday.
Bonnie Winterbottom killed Sam Keating—at least that’s what the How to Get Away with Murder fans think.
“So many people still think it’s me,” Liza Weil tells EW on the set of the ABC drama. “You guys did the odds poll and I’m still No. 1. I’m still getting emails from family members and friends. A lot of people think [sleeping with Asher] was Bonnie’s alibi.”
Annalise’s (Viola Davis) right-hand woman gained traction as a suspect after viewers got to see her icy side toward the students, while at the same time showing a soft spot for her boss’ husband, which could be motive enough if she somehow feels slighted by Sam (Tom Verica). But Weil is quick to point out why Bonnie may not be the murderer.
Though How to Get Away With Murder’s main mystery surrounds the murder of Annalise Keating’s (Viola Davis) husband, there is still the question of who killed Lila Stangard (Megan West), the student who was having an affair with Sam Keating (Tom Verica).
Marcia Gay Harden has just signed on as a recurring guest star on How to Get Away with Murder, EW has learned.
If you’re like some EW staffers (
who shall remain anonymous call me!), you’ve been using online dating for years, if not decades. (Match.com did launch in 1995, after all.) But it seems the small screen is just now catching up to today’s matchmaking mores—falling head over heels for faux dating apps and sites that bear a striking resemblance to services you may already be familiar with (cough Tinder cough). Here’s what to expect if you swipe right while watching New Girl, Marry Me, and more.
The show: A to Z
The site: Wallflower
What it is: The cutesy cousin of OkCupid where hopeless romantic Andrew (Ben Feldman) works.
Romantic prospects: 4 1/2 out of 5 hearts. Andrew and Zelda (Cristin Milioti) find each other thanks to the site…but only after straight Zelda is mistakenly set up with a woman. READ FULL STORY
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