11 items from 2016
This episode of How To Get Away With Murder was marked by a plethora of flashbacks to 11 years prior, when Annalise (Viola Davis) and her husband Sam Keating (Tom Verica) first met Frank (Charlie Weber) as a prison inmate who was in his early twenties. ‘How To Get Away With Murder’ Season 3, Episode 5 Recap Frank had been incarcerated […]
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- Pablo Mena
Spoiler Alert: Do not read ahead, if you have not watched the Oct. 20 episode of “How To Get Away With Murder,” titled, “It’s About Frank.”
After four episodes away from his cohorts, Frank (Charlie Weber) finally came into contact with someone from Annalise’s (Viola Davis) camp — Bonnie (Liza Weil), who was thrilled that Frank had killed her father. (More on that here.)
Bonnie came to meet up with the fleeing Frank, without telling Annalise, and when they were reunited, they wasted no time getting close again — yes, that sort of close. The twosome hooked up and even talked about a future together away from Annalise, murder and mayhem, but in the morning, Frank yet again fled the scene, leaving Bonnie devastated — and leaving viewers wondering where he was off to next.
In flashbacks, even more of Frank’s past was revealed. Turns out, Frank was in jail from the time he was thirteen until his »
- Elizabeth Wagmeister
The season premiere will answer the cliffhanger questions right away — Who shot Wallace (Adam Arkin)? Is Frank (Charlie Weber) missing? — but by the end of the episode, perhaps the biggest mystery of all three seasons is set up. And no one is safe.
“It really goes to some emotionally dark places,” Nowalk says, adding that Season 3 is “character-driven, very emotional and full of romantic longing.”
Here, Nowalk previews what’s to come in Season 3 of “How To Get Away With Murder”…
Where is Frank and how soon do we learn of his whereabouts?
That is a huge question for our season. I will say Frank is a central figure and mystery in our entire season. We »
- Elizabeth Wagmeister
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Late Friday, Scandal leading lady Kerry Washington shared on Instragram the following photo of the Oscar-nominated actress on the ABC drama’s set. “Final #fraturday of the season,” Washington wrote. “#ScandalFam basking in the glow of the one and only [Angela Bassett].”
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Alas, Bassett was not in the Opa offices filming a guest stint. Rather, an insider tells TVLine that she was merely shadowing co-executive producer Tom Verica (pictured, far left) as he directs the Season 5 finale. »
Warning: The following contains spoilers for tonight's season two finale of How to Get Away With Murder. Proceed with caution. Have you caught your breath yet, How to Get Away With Murder fans? Because we're not sure we have after that intense season finale. Charlie Weber warned us it would be show-altering, and he was not lying. Not only did we finally learn who was truly guilty in the Hapstall case (turns out is was an incestuous Caleb (Kendrick Sampson) all along), but it was also revealed just why Frank (Charlie Weber) owed Sam (Tom Verica) the murder of Lila Stangard, just how far Oliver (Conrad Ricamora) will go to keep Connor (Jack Falahee) in Philly (spoiler: far), and just what caused the crash that »
Warning: The following Q&A contains spoilers about the Season 2 finale of How to Get Away With Murder. Please make like the spinning cheerleader and fly if you don’t want major plot points unceremoniously uncovered.
Where in the world is Frank Delfino?
At the end of How to Get Away With Murder‘s Season 2 finale, Charlie Weber‘s character had cleared the personal belongings from his apartment and made off for parts unknown — much to the shock of his estranged girlfriend Laurel.
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Is it too late to turn “How to Get Away With Murder” into a limited series, one of those shows that hits the reset button – while keeping star Viola Davis – in each new season? Because the ABC drama’s frenetic second-season finale — which circled all the way back to the show’s beginnings, while ending (predictably) with yet another murder — makes a pretty strong case for it.
Not only did the finale work in the aforementioned flourishes (and Spoiler Alert if you haven’t watched), but it found time to have Davis’ character, powerhouse attorney Annalise Keating, take refuge from the craziness by visiting her family in Memphis. Although that provided some helpful background about the character – and offered the great Cicely Tyson an extended guest shot as her mother – it resulted in an extremely hurried finish, as Annalise magically returned and resolved this season’s year-long murder mystery, before »
- Brian Lowry
Make it a double for How to Get Away With Murder‘s Annalise Keating.
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The protagonist of the third and most twisted hour of ABC’s #Tgit programming bloc was chug-a-lugging a bottle of The Clear and Present Danger* this week like a five-year-old getting the rare cup of soda at a bowling-alley birthday party. (*C’mon, that’s a hot nickname for a glass of Absolut/Grey Goose/Ketel One/Your Personal Russian Poison).
But by the end of the hour, we understood »
“I just filmed my first car crash!”
It’s the fourth episode of ABC’s new thriller “The Catch,” the latest entry from Shondaland’s camp, and the director is excitedly recounting the weekend’s (mis)adventures to the assembled crew, regaling them with woes of rain and other production complications.
But no matter. The talent that Regina King brings in front of the camera is just as abundant behind it, which is where she can be most often found of late. The Emmy-winning actress — crowned last September for her work in ABC’s “American Crime” — has launched a parallel second career as a director. Since making her episodic helming debut on “Southland” in 2013, she’s been lining up credits on not only “The Catch” but ABC’s “Scandal,” Bet’s “Being Mary Jane” and Own’s “Greenleaf.”
“It’s an opportunity to be more involved in telling the story, »
- Debra Birnbaum
Another week, another three hours of Omg-worthy #Tgit moments. (Warning: Spoilers below!) Shondaland didn't disappoint Thursday, with Dr. Meredith Grey (Ellen Pompeo) starting to heal from her attack at a therapy session (but seriously, is she in love with Alex?) on Grey's Anatomy. Meanwhile, on How to Get Away with Murder, Frank Delfino (Charlie Weber) finally told Laurel Castillo (Karla Souza) what viewers have known for a while: He killed Lila Stangard (Megan West) as a hit on behalf of Sam Keating (Tom Verica). Not the best way to respond to your girlfriend basically saying she's loves you, but we'll »
- Michele Corriston, @mcorriston
11 items from 2016
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