‘How To Get Away With Murder’ Season 2: Annalise Keating’s Shooter To Be Unmasked On Thursday’s Episode
This is the time for the fans to get answer who was responsible for shooting Viola Davis’ character Annalise Keating in “How To Get Away With Murder” Season 2. A recent teaser released by ABC shows some characters with possible suspects. Read further to know the spoilers.
According to International Business Times Australia, the promo of “How To Get Away With Murder” Season 2, Episode 9 “What Did We Do?” teased on the initiation of the terrible events. It took place at the Hapstall mansion that involved Annalise’s employees, students and clients like Catherine Hapstall (Amy Okuda) and Caleb (Kendrick Sampson). The Keating Five were all present during the time of Annalise’s shooting and Emily Sinclair’s (Sarah Burns) killing at the Hapstall mansion.
“It was the gasp-worthy moment we’ve been obsessing over all season. Next Thursday, the epic mystery will be solved. And you will know who shot Annalise,” the newly released clip teased.
TV Guide published the synopsis of “How To Get Away With Murder” Episode 9 that revealed that Assistant District Attorney (ADA) Emily would be getting a big break in the Hapstall murder case. The fans and viewers will be able to know who shot Annalise and why this action was performed in the second season’s winter finale episode.
iDigitalTimes listed some major things that we as the viewers can know from the ninth episode of “How To Get Away With Murder.”
The upcoming episode will reveal the identity of the person who shot Annalise and probably the fans will come to know whether her shooting was organic or staged.
What would induce Catherine to kill? If Philip’s dad had forced himself upon his sister, then there could have been the chances of Catherine to be a victim as well. However, it was earlier guessed that the siblings had a relation of incest but still this is not confirmed.
Don’t miss the upcoming episode 9 titled “What Did We Do?” of “How To Get Away With Murder” Season 2 on Thursday at 10 p.m. on ABC.
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