How to Get Away with Murder
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Bonnie Winterbottom (Liza Weil) is one of those characters in "How to Get Away with Murder" who had a drastic change towards the end of the first season. After she realised that Annalise Keating (Viola Davis) does not trust her anymore, she focused on building a solo career.

When the defence attorney took a break from her professional life due to some personal crisis (followed by her husband Professor Sam Keating's (Tom Verica) death), the associate tried her best to prove her ability to stand alone.

Secret conversations between Davis' character and Frank Delfino (Charlie Weber) also had negative impact on Winterbottom. She had almost lost interest in the job and was more keen on spending time with Asher Millstone (Matt McGorry).

So fans of ABC crime drama are eager to know whether the two associates are involved in Rebecca Sutter's (Katie Findlay) murder case or not. According to a recent poll conducted by International Business Times, 38% of the viewers believe that Weil's character killed the drug dealer and 37% believes that Wes Gibbins (Alfred Enoch) committed the crime.

But, they will have to wait until September to know the answer as creator Pete Nowalk has not spilled any details about the two characters. According to him, the series will feature three main plot lines when it returns on ABC with Season 2.

While most of the episodes will revolve around the death of Findlay's character, the show will also address the relationship between Connor Walsh (Jack Falahee) and Oliver Hampton (Conrad Ricamora) as well as the reason behind Lila Stangard's (Megan West) murder.

During an interview with Entertainment Weekly, Nowalk revealed that "How to Get Away with Murder" fans will find out more about the relationship between Frank and Sam. "That is a very big favour, and we would be mistaken not to answer that question for the audience," he said.

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