'How to Get Away with Murder' news: Alfred Enoch offers his thoughts on Wes shooting Annalise and their relationship


Critically acclaimed television series “How To Get Away With Murder” recently aired the show’s fall finale for its second season, and fans could not wait until the show’s return after its winter break next year.

“How To Get Away With Murder” follows the story of criminal defense attorney and law professor Annalise Keating (Viola Davis), who teaches at Middleton University. She handpicks five of her current students namely Wes Gibbins (Alfred Enoch), Connor Walsh (Jack Falahee), Michaela Pratt (Aja Naomi King), Asher Millstone (Matt McGorry), and Laurel Castillo (Karla Souza) to intern in her law firm. The interns work together with Frank Delfino (Charlie Weber) and Bonnie Winterbottom (Liza Weil), who are Annalise’s employees. Along the way, they were faced in two significant murders, Annalise’s husband Sam and Sam’s (Tom Verica) mistress, Lila (Megan West).

The midseason finale of the show titled “What Did We Do” revealed who shot Annalise. In a twist of events, her right hand man, Wes, turned out to be the perpetrator of the crime. In light of the possible outcomes of his actions, Alfred Enoch talked to Variety and shared his thoughts on the thrilling finale.

“There’s an intimacy between them, which complicates the issue with him shooting her and trying to kill her, which obviously is why the betrayal feels so stark and so painful. It’s a very complicated relationship because to some degree, he knows he can’t trust her, but I don’t think he would have ever suspected that even though he’s been suspecting her throughout all the season,” the 26-year-old British actor revealed.

Meanwhile, fans of the show can sigh a breathe of relief as it has been confirmed that Annalise will not be killed off in the series. However, the implications of her being shot in the abdomen can cause serious risks.

Those who are familiar with Shonda Rhimes’ shows know that things will only more heated up when “How to Get Away wit Murder” comes back in February at 11 P.M. ET on ABC.