The premiere episode of "How to Get Away with Murder" season 2 titled "It's Time to Move On" will revolve around the murder case of drug dealer Rebecca Sutter (Katie Findlay) and her last message "Eggs 911 Lawyer's House".

The strange message, which was sent by the victim to an unknown number through Michaela Pratt's (Aja Naomi King) phone, could be a major clue to find her killer.

The creators have already revealed that they will introduce the murderer in the first episode of season 2, but they are tight-lipped about the mysterious message. Thus, the viewers may have to wait for the show to resume for the answer.

But a section of fans are not ready to wait until then and have come with their own theories about "Eggs 911 Lawyer's House". While some of them stated that it could be a planned distress call for help, others stated that it could be a coded message to a closed one.

Ever since executive producer Pete Nowalk teased that the viewers will see Sutter alive in "How to Get Away with Murder" season 2, speculations are ripe that the Egg in the drug dealer's message refers to her sibling.

However, since the ABC crime drama is known for its flash-back and flash-forward sequences, chances are high that the creator might have referred to some of the scenes of Findlay.

Meanwhile, a whole new set of cast members will join the show in the upcoming sequel. It includes "Brooklyn Nine-Nine" actress Amy Okuda, "The Vampire Diaries" alum Kendrick Sampson, "X-Men" fame Famke Janssen and "Supernatural" actor Matt Cohen.

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