Certainly, everyone did not see it coming when Wes Gibbins was found dead and burned in the midseason finale of "How to Get Away with Murder" Season 3. With this shocking revelation, there is so much to anticipate in the upcoming episodes of "How to Get Away with Murder" Season 3. What will happen to the other characters upon Wes' death?
Before anything, here is a brief recap of the midseason finale episode: Annalise's house was set on fire and Wes was discovered dead under the sheet. Annalise is now in jail facing arson and first degree murder charges. The DA's office continues to build their case against her while the police are still investigating what happened to Wes and as to why he is on the house when it was set on fire. Annalise believes that she has been framed.
According to Spoilers Guide, executive producer Pete Nowalk shared that the other half of "How to Get Away with Murder" Season 3 is going to be dark and eerie but also "hopefully cathartic" for the rest of the cast. Annalise Keating will likely experience an emotional roller coaster of breakdowns as we know how attached she is to Wes.
The audience can expect the "ripple effect" signature of the showrunners as Wes' death will be uncovered and affect the upcoming episodes throughout the season. As Yibada reported, upon progression of "How to Get Away with Murder" Season 3" these mystery questions will be answered: What incidences led to Wes' death-did he go to Annalise's house after he left the police station?, Who set Annalise's house on fire and who is the father of Laurel's unborn child?
Meanwhile, the latest rumour speculates that "How to Get Away With Murder" Season 3, episode 10 may name either Annalise Keating (Viola Davis) or Bonnie (Liza Weil) as Wes Gibbins' (Alfred Enoch) killer. Some reasoned out that Liza Weil's Bonnie was responsible for killing Wes' then girlfriend, Rebecca (Katie Findlay), but she is still currently uncaught although she confesses to Annalise and Frank.© 2019 Mstars News, All rights reserved. Do not reproduce without permission.