Der Serienjunkies-Kritiker Felix Böhme vergab 3,5 von 5 Sternen für die Pilotepisode. In seiner Review schrieb er folgendes: „Die Pilotepisode markiert einen sehr. In "How to Get Away with Murder" geht es um Annalise Keating, die als Strafverteidigerin arbeitet und nebenbei an der Middleton Law School unterrichtet. How to Get Away with Murder ist eine amerikanische Fernsehserie. Aus einer theoretischen Univorlesung wird bitterer Ernst. Viola Davis ist in.
How to Get Away with MurderLiza Weil wurde als Paris in Gilmore Girls bekannt. In der erfolgreichen Krimiserie How to Get Away With Murder ubernahm sie seit eine Hauptrolle. In "How to Get Away with Murder" geht es um Annalise Keating, die als Strafverteidigerin arbeitet und nebenbei an der Middleton Law School unterrichtet. Als passionierte und erstklassige Strafverteidigerin hat sich Annalise Keating (Viola Davis) einen Namen gemacht. Doch auch in ihrem.
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Aren't we over the hard nosed take no nonsense superstar lead? It's so boring. But hey it is 6 seasons and climbing, so screw me right? That "How to Murder" is still going shows how far we have fallen as a society.
Ross J. May 29, The writing is brilliant and the build to the reveal is genius. A stunning series.
May 22, Season 1 would definitely have to be my favorite of them all. From the atmosphere, to the character introduction, to the plot, it seemed to have a magic that was missing in the later seasons.
One that captivated you and lured you right in, because of the sheer mystery and unique storytelling for a "lawyer" show.
I instantly found favor among the season's main concept: a murder mystery taking place on a college campus, starring a missing frat girl, a cast of law students with differing personalities, the no-nonsense Annalise Keating, and the fact that just anybody could be a suspect.
It, in my eyes, separated itself from upcoming seasons, which felt different tonally, and not in a way I would have preferred the show after season 1 began to feel drier, more predictable, and overly involved in politics and legal matters than balancing the two with down-to-earth and lively storytelling; despite the great emotion-evocation and shock value that remained.
The characters themselves were portrayed in more fascinating ways that grabbed your interest, and the diverse personality traits that separated everyone from each other was quite clear.
We witnessed him going into Middleton law school, joining the main cast of law students, and unraveling secrets that were hidden from numerous characters.
Of course, he was far more innocent than anyone else among him, and clearly had much to learn which set the stage for his character evolution.
I didn't enjoy him sharing a direct connection to Annalise as revealed in following seasons, as it robbed him of the chance to become his own character and his short-lived life surely didn't help with that issue, nor did his stagnant and one-dimensional personality prior to the moments before his death.
Rebecca Sutter was my favorite, and a welcome addition to the first season. Not just because I'm personally a sucker for goth-esque girls, but because of how multi-layered she was.
Growing up in a city bigger than her, with rough beginnings and no sense of love in her life. She was bound to become a cold individual, and in that way allows the audience to understand her distrustful, vindictive, quick-witted, and aloof personality and why she does the things she does.
Wes only enhanced her purpose in the show. He gave her a reason to be involved in a core part of the storyline the murder of Sam Keating , and their relationship itself was an intriguing contrast of an innocent boy paired with an indecent girl.
And that spawned some great storytelling gold to mine, as Wes could have given Rebecca a reason to feel loved and become a better person overall.
Unfortunately, Rebecca was killed off at the start of the second season, which is a shame for both the character and the actress.
Her death was something I felt was reasonable, but forced for murder's sake. The factors building up to her death was Wes' sudden distrust of her and inability to be around her at the right time, the fact that she could contact a witness to the Keating 5's murder of Sam, and Bonnie simply not believing that Rebecca was innocent.
When in truth, none of those things needed to happen, and could have easily not been present in the show without betraying the nature of any characters.
Indeed, the eventual deaths of both Wes and Rebecca were quite unnecessary. The writing relied too much on surprising the audience with getting away with murder, while ignoring the potentialities that could've helped its characters grow.
Shock value can be good, and is basically required for HTGAWM in particular, but becomes a reckless waste of time when used on those who deserve better.
With that said, some other characters I enjoyed in the first season were Connor and Laurel the others weren't as fleshed out at the time. Connor was initially portrayed as an aspiring lawyer with confidence, who knew what he wanted and how to get it.
He was playful, adventurous, and quite amusing in fearful situations. Naturally, it was all a shell to protect his inner turmoil, and that vulnerability made him quite real overall.
He was considerably watered down later on, understandably because of his relationship with Oliver, though I can't help but feel that side of Connor should have stayed around a little longer.
As for Laurel, what distinguished her from everyone else at the time was her shy and preserved demeanor, backed up by her unsuspected intelligence.
She kept to herself more often, but still contributed a good deal to the story such as her competence in helping with cases and her sex life with Frank.
Laurel also looked out for the underdog, that being Wes. Her eventual love life with Wes only felt forced and unnatural, as there was no romantic tension between them, no time given to flesh out their relationship, and it seemed really out-of-place to call them the love of their lives, even if the show was clearly intending to make it feel that way.
I was left utterly confused at how passionate Laurel was over the death of Wes, as if she knew the guy for years, and how she used his death as an excuse to get on a "I cared more about Wes than any of you" high horse.
I very much felt Laurel was a better match with Frank as Wes would have been with Rebecca. Though Frank is suspected of murdering Hannah, he insists that he didn't.
In the series finale "Stay," devastated by the news of his parentage, Frank breaks up with Bonnie and gives Gabriel Maddox, his half-brother through Sam Keating, money to start a new life and confesses to being responsible for both the deaths of both Lila Stangard and their unborn half-brother.
Frank is able to find a recording Hannah made that helps to clear Annalise's name and implicates the governor in the murder of Nate Lahey Sr.
After Annalise's exoneration, Frank shoots and kills Governor Birkhead on the courthouse steps in retaliation for her crimes and in his own words, to make everything right.
Frank is shot and killed by the courthouse security guards in return, dying in Bonnie's arms after telling her to tell Annalise that he had to make everything right.
Having tried to stop him, Bonnie is accidentally hit also and dies moments later. Bonnie Winterbottom portrayed by Liza Weil is an indescribable and odd associate attorney in Annalise's firm.
In her childhood, Bonnie was sexually abused multiple times by her mad father. In the first season, she serves as Annalise's right-hand woman while assisting her in court.
Over time, she begins a casual relationship with Asher. She kills Rebecca in order to protect Annalise. In the second season, she embroils in Sinclair's murder and psychologically helps the involved.
She covers up their tracks with the help of Nate, Annalise and Frank. She discovers that Frank was responsible for the death of Annalise's baby and eventually tells it to Annalise, culminating in Frank's disappearance.
In the third season, Bonnie secretly meets with Frank to talk and keep him updated. During one of these encounters, they have awkward sex. Along with Asher, she works to keep everyone united while Annalise is in jail.
In Coalport, PA, Frank kills Bonnie's father at the prison in which he was serving time, avenging her mistreatment as a child.
Later, Frank, trying to fix everything bad he caused to Annalise, is prepared to shoot himself in the head in front of her and Bonnie, leading to the duo's heated argumentation.
Later, Bonnie convinces Frank to spare his own life for her sake, revealing their love affair to Annalise and encouraging him to turn himself over to the DA's office to save them all from being arrested.
In the fourth season, Annalise gives Bonnie and the Keating Four recommendation letters and Bonnie uses it to become state prosecutor.
In the series finale, Bonnie is accidentally shot and killed by courthouse security guards while trying to stop Frank from murdering Governor Birkhead.
She dies in Annalise's arms moments after Frank's death. Oliver Hampton portrayed by Conrad Ricamora is a shy, delicate, soulful I.
Connor first approaches him in the first season, needing info on a company to help with one of Annalise's cases.
They have a sexual relationship until Oliver finds out that Connor is using him. However, Connor comes back to Oliver, telling him that he really likes him and that he had never felt this way towards anyone before.
Connor moves into Oliver's apartment and they begin a relationship. In the fourth season, Oliver continues to ask Connor to marry, to which Connor eventually says yes.
In the series finale Season 6 , Connor seeks a divorce before going to prison, but Oliver refuses to sign the papers. While investigating his daily life, Frank discovers that he uses a disposable phone and maintains a suspicious attitude.
Gabriel is revealed to be Sam's biological child from Vivian Maddox, and claimed to go to Middleton to learn more about his father. However, he is shown to be involved with District Attorney Miller and his investigation into Annalise.
During the sixth season, Gabriel briefly has a romantic relationship with Michaela Pratt that doesn't end well. During Annalise's murder trial, he learns of the Keating 5's role in his father's murder, albeit in a perjured version from Michaela on the stand, devastating Gabriel.
In the series finale, Frank Delfino, who has just discovered that he is Gabriel's half-brother through Sam's incestuous relationship with Hannah Keating, offers Gabriel a great deal of money so that he can leave and start a new life.
Frank insists to Gabriel that Annalise is innocent of Sam's murder and admits to being the one responsible for the deaths of both Rebecca Sutter and their unborn half-brother.
After Annalise is exonerated, Gabriel is seen taking the money and leaving for a new life; he is not seen in the flash-forwards at Annalise's funeral nor is his further fate known.
She, Michaela, and Annalise team up to help Soraya Hargrove's negotiation with her ex-husband regarding their children's custody.
In season six, Tegan acts as Annalise's defense attorney in her murder trial and shows romantic feelings towards her.
Tegan is revealed to be the one who helped Laurel Castillo vanish at the end of season five after Laurel feared for her and Christopher's lives.
Additionally, Laurel testifies Annalise's trial that Tegan then working for Caplan and Gold's Mexico City branch helped negotiate Laurel's release from a kidnapping ten years prior, resulting in Tegan being removed as Annalise's attorney.
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How to Get Away with Murder 6x01 Teaser. Neben ihrer Arbeit am College ist sie als Strafverteidigerin tätig. Trotzdem schafft er es zu Beginn des Semesters die Aufmerksamkeit seiner unkonventionellen Professorin Viola Davis zu bekommen und wird einer von fünf Studenten, die für Professor Keating arbeiten dürfen.
Ihr Leben hat sie bereits durchgeplant, ein wichtiger Teil ihrer Zukunft ist ihr Verlobter. Der smarte Herzensbrecher ist es gewohnt, alles zu bekommen, was er haben will.
Er und Michaela sind in ständigem Wettbewerb miteinander. Connor würde alles tun um Professor Keatings Gunst zu erlangen. Durch ihre ruhige Art wird sie von ihren Kommilitonen unterschätzt.
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TV Cha-cha-cha-cha-changes Episodes Seasons. Nominated for 2 Golden Globes. Edit Cast Series cast summary: Viola Davis Annalise Keating 90 episodes, Billy Brown Nate Lahey 90 episodes, Jack Falahee Connor Walsh 90 episodes, Aja Naomi King Michaela Pratt 90 episodes, Matt McGorry Asher Millstone 90 episodes, Charlie Weber Frank Delfino 90 episodes, Liza Weil Bonnie Winterbottom 90 episodes, Conrad Ricamora Oliver Hampton 82 episodes, Karla Souza Laurel Castillo 78 episodes, Alfred Enoch