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How to Get Away With Murder - Episode 3.03 - Always Bet Black - Promo, Sneak Peeks, Interviews, Promotional Photos & Press Release

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“Always Bet Black” – Annalise presents her class with a high-profile murder case that pushes even the Keating 5’s morals, while Laurel makes a shocking discovery through an unlikely source, on “How to Get Away with Murder,” THURSDAY, OCTOBER 6 (10:00-11:00 p.m. EDT), on the ABC Television Network.

“How to Get Away with Murder” stars Academy Award-nominee Viola Davis as Professor Annalise Keating, Billy Brown as Detective Nate Lahey, Alfred Enoch as Wes Gibbins, Jack Falahee as Connor Walsh, Aja Naomi King as Michaela Pratt, Matt McGorry as Asher Millstone, Karla Souza as Laurel Castillo, Charlie Weber as Frank Delfino, Liza Weil as Bonnie Winterbottom and Conrad Ricamora as Oliver Hampton.

“Always Bet Black” was written by Joe Fazzio and was directed by Stephen Cragg.

Promo & Post Mortem Interviews

Will we finally get more insight on Oliver’s history through all this?

I actually don’t know, because the writers follow their intuition while they’re writing for the future, so they keep it open. But he’s going to be tested — tested in very different ways as a single person, and also as a person that’s living positive. There’s going to be a lot of new challenges coming up in the next few episodes in that regard.

Will we get to see more of how living with HIV affects him?

Yeah, it’s going to be touched on. It’s not going to be in any kind of public service announcement way. It’s going to be how it would come up in real life. It’s going to be brought up.

TVLINE | Walk me through this week’s makeout moment, which led into Oliver essentially telling Connor, “If you love me, let me go.” What was it like to shoot that?

It felt very realistic. How many times have I been “broken up” with someone only to have it drag out for awhile? And then you reach a point of saying, “This is what I need. This is what I want. We actually have to end this.” It was heartbreaking. Connor’s last line when he’s leaving and says, “This is your apartment,” I only felt the weight of that line when [Jack Falahee] said it. When I was prepping, that wasn’t the case. It’s the heartbreak of someone moving their things out of a shared apartment, and then there’s a person left in a place where he’d built a home for awhile now with Connor.

TVLINE | Our readers tend to really love the Oliver character, but the breakup scene in the season premiere — where Oliver is upset at Connor for not being angry over his confession regarding the Stanford email deletion — made many of them upset. Do you get where your character is coming from? Can you defend the decision?

[Laughs] Oh, I completely understand it! It’s always been my experience in relationships that when someone isn’t being completely who they are, it always comes out sideways. And the person being kept in the dark — in this case, Oliver — feels that something is wrong. Connor’s complete acceptance of Oliver deleting the Stanford email is an overcompensation for his own guilt. It doesn’t add up to Oliver. So to hear that some people don’t get it makes me think, “Really?” [Laughs] The guy’s lying about a murder he committed!