Part of the fascination with “How to Get Away with Murder” is its peculiar storytelling that leaves viewers on the edge of their seats each episode from start to finish. Just when things seem to have been perfectly intertwined to make sure that every plot line is interconnected with one another, the show still finds a way to make the story messier than how it already is.
This week’s episode titled “Don’t Tell Annalise” introduces a new angle to the ongoing mystery of the season involving someone’s death. Instead of straightforwardly revealing the identity of the casualty for shock factor, the Shonda Rhimes-created show has decided to drag the storyline leaving viewers in agony as it slowly reveals the people who are still alive.
“There’s a huge, huge twist in Episode 4,” actress Karla Souza who plays Laurel spilled to TVGuide.com. “You are going to be asking a whole other bunch of different questions when that comes up.”
Presumably, tomorrow’s installment of the show, based on what Souza shared, has to do with last episode’s reveal that another body was in Annalise’s (Viola Davis) burning house. Aside from the specific tease, Laurel will also get some attention with a narrative that will continue her arc from last week where she decided to lie to Annalise and Bonnie (Liza Weil) about her father.
Speaking of Bonnie, Weil who is a Shondaland veteran recently shed light on her character’s ongoing internal struggle with Annalise and Frank (Charlie Weber) being at odds with each other. Given that she has a profound history with the both of them, The Hollywood Reporter asked for a tease on how the associate will be dealing with the situation moving forward.
“That is certainly something we are going to explore with Bonnie this season. She has a very complicated relationship with Annalise and feels profound loyalty toward her. But things come up over the course of the season that make her question whether she can trust Annalise,” the 39-year-old actress pondered. “There is also a very deep bond between Bonnie and Frank that comes into play. These are both very damaged people who understand each other in a way that only damaged people can.”
“How to Get Away with Murder” season 3 airs every Thursday at 10 p.m. ET on ABC.