Want to know what’s coming up on How to Get Away with Murder season 6 episode 2 when it premieres on ABC next week? This upcoming episode is entitled “Vivian’s Here,” and we have to think that this is a clear reference to one Vivian Maddox. They’re set to be an important part of the final season, which does make a whole lot of sense given everything that has been set up so far within the show’s overall mythology.
Be prepared for an episode now that is about pain … but also a reminder that there are still characters who are in law school! That’s a crazy thing to think about after all they’ve been through, and we remain every bit as surprised as anyone that somehow, these characters are still doing their part to get an education. We don’t know what their resumes are going to look like after everything that they’ve been through … but we absolutely give them some credit for trying. Let’s not allow things to get too twisted right now.
Below, CarterMatt offers up the full How to Get Away with Murder season 6 episode 2 synopsis with more news as to what’s coming up next:
As Michaela, Asher and Connor gear up for their last semester of law school, they take on a weighty case involving an illegal immigrant who wants asylum. Meanwhile, Michaela boycotts going to class after a blowup with Annalise about her father. Elsewhere, in an unexpected confrontation, Annalise learns a shocking truth that makes her question everything she thought she knew.
Meanwhile, the promo below brings you to the big question at the heart of much of the final season: Who killed Annalise? Trying to get to the bottom of that is going to be something that matters hugely over the remainder of the series … provided that she’s really dead. With this show and all of its different twists and turns, can you really be so sure as to count on anything to be certain one way or another? We wouldn’t; there’s just way too much in the way of history here.
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