"How to Get Away with Murder" Season 2 finale had ended with two major cliffhangers that have left fans wondering about what to expect when the show returns. One of the most important questions that we need an answer to is if Frank (Charlie Webber) would return at all.
Spoilers for "How to Get Away with Murder" Season 2 finale ahead:
As fans know, Wes' (Alfred Enoch) father Wallace Mahoney (Adam Arkin) was killed in the finale and while the name of the killer was not revealed, rumour has it that Frank may be behind it. The flashback had revealed a lot more of villainy than previously known on Frank's part, including the fact that he is the reason for Annalise's (Viola Davis) miscarriage all those years ago.
Frank was revealed to have done this at Mahoney's behest. It cannot be a coincidence that on the same night that Frank left town with a suitcase of money, his former associate got murdered. "For Frank, killing people that Annalise doesn't like would be a step in the right direction for his redemption. When somebody gets killed, Frank is definitely in the discussion," Webber said in agreement with the theory during an interview with Variety.
Meanwhile, with a show like "How to Get Away with Murder," there is always a huge possibility that Frank is the next one to get killed off. Even Webber seems to be considering this possibility: "It's a show about murder so enjoy every sandwich, as they say!"
There are also those who are hoping that Frank gets replaced by Wes in Laurel's (Karla Souza) heart at least. The short kiss they shared in Season 2 episode 12 has given birth to quite a few shippers.
A case in point: John Riley â€” "I've been waiting on this for the longest. They have such great chemistry. When the show first started I was hoping they would get together. Let's see how this plays out."
However, there is also a group of fans that claim that Wes and Laurel are too much like brother and sister. Their future along with the answers to all of our other questions will be revealed on Sept. 22, when the show is expected to return to ABC.