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How to Get Away With Murder - Episode 4.09 - He's Dead - Promos, Sneak Peek, Promotional Photos & Press Release



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EMOTIONS REACH UNPRECEDENTED LEVELS WHILE ANNALISE DEALS WITH A DEVASTATING SITUATION AS LIVES HANG IN THE BALANCE ON
ABC’S ‘HOW TO GET AWAY WITH MURDER’

“He’s Dead” – As a police investigation gets underway after Simon’s accidental shooting, the “K4” deal with a new set of obstacles. Meanwhile, a distraught Annalise finds herself in an unimaginable situation as Laurel and her baby struggle to cling to life on “How to Get Away with Murder,” THURSDAY, JAN. 18 (10:00-11:00 p.m. EST), on the ABC Television Network, streaming and on-demand.

“How to Get Away with Murder” stars Oscar®-winner Viola Davis as Professor Annalise Keating, Billy Brown as Detective Nate Lahey, 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.

“He’s Dead” was written by Abby Ajayi and directed by Jet Wilkinson.

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THR Interview

You do touch on social issues, particularly the Oliver/HIV positive storyline, which hasn't been mentioned on the show recently. Is that something that you plan to explore further?

I don't know. A lot of people ask me that question. I think it's a great question. We do mention it when I think it's appropriate. Like, Connor mentioned it with his father because he thought his father didn't like Oliver because Oliver was positive. They're both on Prep. But, really, what's fascinating to me is the stigma of HIV is still very relevant in the world. I don't think with the characters on the show—they're murdering and stuff, so the stigma of Oliver having HIV is sort of a big nothing. Which to me means a lot. I want it to be a big nothing to people as long as you can get proper treatment. It doesn't have to be a big deal for the characters and people who are getting treated. I think to me the Oliver story isn't just about that, it's just one of the many, many millions of characteristics about him. I think that's sort of my point.

Do you have a long-term plan for the show? Do you know how the show itself ends?

I think about it, especially since we're in season four. I don't know how much longer we'll go. I don't think anybody does. Yes, I definitely think about the last season and I have a vague idea of [what will happen]. We always have a question and I definitely have a question for the last season, but it's going to depend on where I want see Annalise end up and what I want to happen to her, so I won't know, I guess, until we get there.

Variety Interview

Speaking of that arrest, was that part of a bigger plan?

That is the question for all of the characters. We don’t know what Asher said to that detective. Is he being smart? Is he being stupid? There wasn’t enough time for them to find fingerprints on the gun, so it clearly had to be something he said. The question is, can he dig his way out of this and help them dig their way out of this?

EW Interview

What’s the driving force of the back half of the season, both for where Simon’s shooting takes us, but also the class-action lawsuit and what danger that puts Annalise in?

The danger right now is that she’s going to be screwed, and that class action is going to be screwed, because of the mess with the Wes murder, the baby, and Jorge. She has to be really above-board to help all these people. That’s a version of the person she wants to be and is really struggling to be. The danger is really, is she going to disappoint all these people? Is she going to ruin her reputation even further? Also, is she going to be caught for all the things they ever did? She’s always just clawing her way to air and some people are trying to pull her back down. What the kids did is really unforgivable in terms of that, because she was really almost getting her life together.



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Returns January 18th on ABC

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