Things are starting to get even more exciting on How To Get Away With Murder season 3. Last week, Annalise Keating (Viola Davis) was released on bail, and now she’s out to find out who framed her. With the biggest mystery still teasing who killed Wes (Alfred Enoch), speculations are rife finding out who Wes called just hours before he died in a house fire. The great and worst thing about this show is that the twists just won’t stop, and every episode is always a surprise.
Proceed with caution! This article contains spoilers.
How To Get Away With Murder Season 3: Who Did Wes Call?
Prior to his death, Wes was seen making a phone call. However, it wasn’t an ordinary one because Wes dropped his alias and introduced himself as Kristoff. Many fans remember that Annalise changed Wes’ name to hide his identity from the formidable Mahoney family. While it hasn’t been revealed who Wes was speaking to on the other line, rumor has it that it could be Nate (Billy Brown).
According to a round table discussion from writers on TV Fanatic, Nate could be the other guy on the line.
“I assume it involved snooping around for other evidence to potentially incriminate Annalise for something,” TV Fanatic’s Lee said.
However, another writer was quick to say that show runners may only want viewers to think it was Nate. The show has had a solid background of surprising its viewers with every episode, but the biggest take away from the puzzling scene is that Wes contacted somebody from the past. Only a handful know Wes’ real name, or, it could even go the other way, with Wes probably trying to contact the Mahoneys if he did allegedly try to turn against Annalise.
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How To Get Away With Murder Season 3: Not Frank, Not Nate, New Suspect To Be Revealed
Variety published an interview with Charlie Weber (who plays Frank Delfino) just dropped a big time himt. While Frank is also included in the list of alleged murderers, many saw Laurel (Karla Souza) “just know” that it wasn’t her former love who committed the crime. More interestingly, the actor also teased that another suspect could be revealed in Thursday’s episode.
“Anyone in the mix is a suspect on our show. You’re going to see someone else at the house,” Weber said.
There is always going to be a jaw dropping discovery in every episode when it comes to the show. There aren’t many episodes left before season 3 ends, so fans clamor that Wes’ killer be revealed soon enough!
How to Get Away with Murder airs every Thursday at 10/9c on ABC.
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