Frankly, this is just one of all those reveals that shouldn’t have dragged on this lengthy, demonstrating that you can only get absent with a idea like “Murder” for so lengthy. The collection had to maintain concocting inconceivable twists and ridiculous cliffhangers to gin up desire, with more contortions to maintain the many law students in the orbit of their imperious professor Annalise Keating (Davis).
As the arcs built on each other they grew to become more and more ridiculous, when adding layer upon layer of govt corruption. That culminated in Annalise’s murder trial, which played out in the last episode after a teased taking pictures on the courthouse ways and glimpse of Annalise’s funeral, leaving the implication that she had met an untimely and violent finish.
But no, that was not what happened. Alternatively, the bullets caught Annalise’s tormented associates Bonnie (Liza Weil) and Frank (Charlie Weber), after Frank