The showrunner and producers of “How to Get Away with Murder” had promised us that the show would surely reveal Rebecca’s (Katie Findlay) murderer in the premiere episode of season 2. Finally, they have kept their promise and it was Liza Weil’s character Bonnie, who had killed Rebecca inhumanly by suffocating her with a plastic bag to death. Now the story has turned into an investigation on a very high-end sex club and plenty of things are yet to come from “How to Get Away with Murder” season 2 titled “It’s Called the Octopus.”
Franchise Herald reported that the fans would see the guest star Sherri Saum in playing the role of Annalise’s (Viola Davis) new client on Thursday’s episode that is said to have the crimes of passion. In the upcoming episode entitled “It’s Called the Octopus,” Annalise and her team members will be seen investigating a high-end sex club when they take on a new client. She will be representing to two siblings for being accused of killing their parents. The outlet also reported that the trial of two wealthy siblings would take a new turn as new undisclosed motive surfaced against the duo.
Lets have a watch at the synopsis of “How to Get Away with Murder” season 2 episode 3 below:
“A high-end sex club is investigated by the team when Annalise takes on a new client. Meanwhile, a new motive surfaces in the case against two wealthy siblings accused of killing their parents; and Wes finds an unexpected ally.”
According to Christian Today, fans are expecting more hints about Annalise’s fate from “How to Get Away with Murder” season 2 episode 3 after she was shot in the premiere episode of season 2. Initially, it was presumed that Emily Sinclair (Sarah Burns) was directly involved in the attempt of killing Annalise but later the prosecutor (Emily) was also killed in front of the Hapstall mansion. Isn’t it an indication that search for Annalise’s shooter will be continued in at least some upcoming episodes of “How to Get Away with Murder” season 2.
Don’t miss the telecast of “How to Get Away with Murder” season 2 episode 3 titled “It’s Called the Octopus” on Thursday, October 8 on ABC.
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