It’s happening. The Nov. 17 winter finale of ‘How To Get Away With Murder’ will finally reveal who is #UnderTheSheet. I have my theories on who the victim will be, and I’m certain it’s one of the Keating Five. Let’s dive in!
So, we know that the victim is an unidentified male who was found after Annalise’s house burned down. That leaves only a few possibilities. Over the course of the first half of season 3, How To Get Away With Murder has slowly revealed who’s still alive, but I have a feeling Shonda Rhimes and Pete Nowalk have tricks up their sleeves and nothing is as it seems. If you want to find out who died — CLICK HERE!
My money is on Wes (Alfred Enoch) as the victim. I’ve had a gut feeling since the beginning, and this death would make the most impact. I feel like one of the Keating Five has to die in order for this death to really mean something. Annalise (Viola Davis) would only have that horrific reaction to a few people, and Wes is one of the those people. The moment I was certain in my theory that Wes will die is when Laurel (Karla Souza) scribbles his name on a piece of paper at the hospital. Why else would she write his name down unless she was worried about him? I think he was in the house before it burned down.
I don’t put it past Pete to have Wes fake his death. He’s the one who rats out Annalise, leading her to get arrested. He receives immunity, so maybe part of the deal was for the police to keep him underground and out of sight.
I feel like everyone thinks it will be Frank (Charlie Weber). Death has been looming over his head the entire season, so that’s exactly why it can’t be him. It’s way too obvious. However, if it is Frank, it would bring his tragic character arc to an end. After all, he did say he would die for Annalise.
Nate’s death would be an easy out for the How To Get Away With Murder writers. Nate (Billy Brown) is easily dispensable as a character. His death wouldn’t be that devastating to anyone, and that’s precisely why I don’t think he’ll die. I have a feeling this death is going to hurt.
Now this would be a twist. At the end of the last episode, Connor (Jack Falahee) was seen sleeping with a stranger after Oliver (Conrad Ricamora) broke things off — again. Even though he was seen alive, that doesn’t mean he’s alive in the present. The timeline could be off. Bonnie (Liza Weil), Laurel, Michaela (Aja Naomi King) and Asher (Matt McGorry) have all been seen together at the hospital after the fire, but not Connor or Wes.
HollywoodLifers, who do you think will die on How To Get Away With Murder? Let me know!