Fans of ABC prime time series "How to Get Away with Murder" can expect a shocking twist in the premiere episode of season 2, which is scheduled to air on Thursday, 24 September, at 10pm.

The pilot season of crime drama ended with an unexpected sequence that showed the death of drug dealer Rebecca Sutter (Katie Findlay). While introducing her killer, the second sequel may also show the demise of another character.

Actor Asher Millstone recently teased that an important cast member might bid adieu in the second season of ABC series. Although he did not reveal the name of the character, it is likely to be Professor Sam Keating's sister Dr. Hannah Keating (Marcia Gay Harden).

Harden's character never trusted Professor Annalise Keating (Viola Davis) and any of her associates. She has been trying hard to find her brother's killer and the quest might lead her to the murderer of Sutter.

As teased by actor Charlie Weber, if the culprit is Frank Delfino, then he will try his best to stop Hannah from informing her sister-in-law about it. The celeb already stated that his character had plans to kill her in season 1.

"If you were reading in between the lines of the scene from a few episodes ago, I officially offered to kill Hannah, Sam's sister, because she was snooping around. I said, 'Let me know if you want me to handle it.' That was officially Frank offering to kill her," Weber told E!Online.

But showrunner Pete Nowalk stated that it is not necessary to have murder in every season. "There doesn't have to be a formula; there doesn't have to be a murder every season, just as long as the characters are full," he said.

Th creator also spoke about new mysteries to be introduced in the series and the importance of Connor Walsh and Oliver Hampton's relationship for the show.

"I hope people are going to be excited about the new mysteries we introduce. We'll continue to see more of Connor and Oliver. I won't say in what way, but it's a story we're excited to tell because it feels fresh and like something I want to see on TV," he told The Hollywood Reporter.

"How to Get Away with Murder" season 2 premiere titled "It's Time to Move On" will be telecast on ABC on Thursday, 24 September, at 10pm.