While everyone still awaits for the forthcoming How To Get Away With Murder season 3, more and more speculations have been uncovered so far. Here?s what we have gotten about the third installment as of the moment.
Rumor has it that Annalise?s assistant Frank Delfino, who portrayed by Charlie Webber, is the one who killed Wes Gibbins? father Wallace Mahoney during the finale episode of season 2. It should be noted that it is not impossible for Frank to kill Wallace since he is capable of hurting and killing anybody.
It must be remembered that the second installment of How To Get Away With Murder ended with Frank nowhere to be found. This was amid of shock brought by the killing of Wes? father who was shot right before the eyes of Alfred Enoch?s character.
Many fans are connecting Frank?s sudden disappearance with Wallace?s death. Charlie Webber even hinted that it might be possible, however nothing has been confirmed so far. It appears that we need to wait for the third installment to be released before we find out the gunman.
Webber said in an interview with TVLine that his character will be going to different places in the upcoming show. But that was all he said, leaving all the details of the show to the talking of series creator Pete Nowalk. According to him, it is only Nowalk who knows the full truth of the supposedly villainous Frank. ?
The news about Frank shooting down the father of Wes has been the talk of the town lately. Webber said that should he be the one who did that, it would be the most appropriate thing to happen. As mentioned earlier, Frank has been known to be a serial killer by Annalise Keating, played by Viola Davis, so he is the most capable of doing such.
Meanwhile, it turned out that there are a lot of people in the set of the series who believe that Franks is the one responsible for the killing of Wes?s father. However, while we all think that Frank was indeed the killer, Nowalk already has the complete storyline, which he will unveil in How To Get Away With Murder Season 3. As for the killer, whether he be Frank or someone else, reports say that Nowalk will still have time to think on what kind of identity they will explore for that particular character.