"How To Get Away With Murder" season 2 is taking its viewers through a roller-coaster of events in every episode. And the show is expected to add a new one in the third episode titled "It's Called the Octopus".
After hinting at the death of Professor Annalise Keating (Viola Davis) in the premiere episode, the crime drama dropped another shocking moment in the second episode by showing the prosecutor's death.
So the followers of the series can expect a jaw dropping plot twist in the third episode and it is already hinted in the official synopsis, which read: "Wes Gibblins (Alfred Enoch) teams up with an unexpected ally".
If speculations are to be believed, the new ally could be the person who received the last message of drug dealer Rebecca Sutter: The viewers have already met the new character named Levi (Matt Cohen) in the last episode of ABC crime drama.
The sexy and edgy working class guy was seen keeping an eye on Michaela Pratt (Aja Naomi King) probably to get some details about the drug dealer and the quest may gradually lead him to Gibblins.
Meanwhile, the case of Hapstall siblings, who are accused of killing their parents, will take a turn for the worse when a new motive surfaces. In "It's Called the Octopus", Annalise and team will also have to deal with a new client and they must investigate a very high end sex club to get answers.
However, the burning question of "How To Get Away With Murder" season 2 is who shot Annalise Keating and fans have come up with their own interesting theories regarding it. Here are a few of them:
Annamae aka Annalise probably had someone shoot her so that she could take some of the suspicion off of her. My guess, she'll say whoever killed Sam tried to kill her. She won't die of course.
It's all part of Annalise plane. She wanted her husband dead. She planned all this just to get away with it all. Puppet master!
I think Annalise shot the prosecuter and then she asked her students to shoot her so she wouldn't be a suspect but things gotnout of hand and now they had to leave her before the police got there.