Am startet auf VOX die ABC-Serie "How to get away with Murder" mit How to Get Away with Murder: Staffel 2 ab April bei RTL Crime | vitalandion.com Als passionierte und erstklassige Strafverteidigerin hat sich Annalise Keating (Viola Davis) einen Namen gemacht. Doch auch in ihrem. Episodenführer der TV-Serie – Staffel 1 · Staffel 2 · Staffel.
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Bei ihm handelt es sich um einen respektierten Detective, der eine Affäre mit Annalise hatte, von der Wes etwas mitbekommt.
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User Reviews. One that captivated you and lured you right in, because of the sheer mystery and unique storytelling for a "lawyer" show.
I instantly found favor among the season's main concept: a murder mystery taking place on a college campus, starring a missing frat girl, a cast of law students with differing personalities, the no-nonsense Annalise Keating, and the fact that just anybody could be a suspect.
It, in my eyes, separated itself from upcoming seasons, which felt different tonally, and not in a way I would have preferred the show after season 1 began to feel drier, more predictable, and overly involved in politics and legal matters than balancing the two with down-to-earth and lively storytelling; despite the great emotion-evocation and shock value that remained.
The characters themselves were portrayed in more fascinating ways that grabbed your interest, and the diverse personality traits that separated everyone from each other was quite clear.
We witnessed him going into Middleton law school, joining the main cast of law students, and unraveling secrets that were hidden from numerous characters.
Of course, he was far more innocent than anyone else among him, and clearly had much to learn which set the stage for his character evolution.
I didn't enjoy him sharing a direct connection to Annalise as revealed in following seasons, as it robbed him of the chance to become his own character and his short-lived life surely didn't help with that issue, nor did his stagnant and one-dimensional personality prior to the moments before his death.
Rebecca Sutter was my favorite, and a welcome addition to the first season. Not just because I'm personally a sucker for goth-esque girls, but because of how multi-layered she was.
Growing up in a city bigger than her, with rough beginnings and no sense of love in her life. She was bound to become a cold individual, and in that way allows the audience to understand her distrustful, vindictive, quick-witted, and aloof personality and why she does the things she does.
Wes only enhanced her purpose in the show. He gave her a reason to be involved in a core part of the storyline the murder of Sam Keating , and their relationship itself was an intriguing contrast of an innocent boy paired with an indecent girl.
And that spawned some great storytelling gold to mine, as Wes could have given Rebecca a reason to feel loved and become a better person overall.
Unfortunately, Rebecca was killed off at the start of the second season, which is a shame for both the character and the actress.
Her death was something I felt was reasonable, but forced for murder's sake. The factors building up to her death was Wes' sudden distrust of her and inability to be around her at the right time, the fact that she could contact a witness to the Keating 5's murder of Sam, and Bonnie simply not believing that Rebecca was innocent.
When in truth, none of those things needed to happen, and could have easily not been present in the show without betraying the nature of any characters.
Indeed, the eventual deaths of both Wes and Rebecca were quite unnecessary. The writing relied too much on surprising the audience with getting away with murder, while ignoring the potentialities that could've helped its characters grow.
Shock value can be good, and is basically required for HTGAWM in particular, but becomes a reckless waste of time when used on those who deserve better.
With that said, some other characters I enjoyed in the first season were Connor and Laurel the others weren't as fleshed out at the time. Connor was initially portrayed as an aspiring lawyer with confidence, who knew what he wanted and how to get it.
He was playful, adventurous, and quite amusing in fearful situations. Naturally, it was all a shell to protect his inner turmoil, and that vulnerability made him quite real overall.
He was considerably watered down later on, understandably because of his relationship with Oliver, though I can't help but feel that side of Connor should have stayed around a little longer.
As for Laurel, what distinguished her from everyone else at the time was her shy and preserved demeanor, backed up by her unsuspected intelligence.
She kept to herself more often, but still contributed a good deal to the story such as her competence in helping with cases and her sex life with Frank.
Laurel also looked out for the underdog, that being Wes. Her eventual love life with Wes only felt forced and unnatural, as there was no romantic tension between them, no time given to flesh out their relationship, and it seemed really out-of-place to call them the love of their lives, even if the show was clearly intending to make it feel that way.
I was left utterly confused at how passionate Laurel was over the death of Wes, as if she knew the guy for years, and how she used his death as an excuse to get on a "I cared more about Wes than any of you" high horse.
I very much felt Laurel was a better match with Frank as Wes would have been with Rebecca. In the end, season 1 will always remain my favorite season of How To Get Away With Murder, and it's a shame the others didn't quite live up to my expectations after the first.
Nonetheless, the show is still decent in itself and I would recommend giving it a watch, especially if those other seasons are more of a match for you than they are me.
Noah D. See all Audience reviews. Best Horror Movies Top of all time. Best Netflix Series and Shows What to binge right now. In the second season, Laurel and Wes investigate on Annalise's involvement with Wes' mother.
They get romantically involved while Frank is away. In the third season, Frank disappears and Laurel enters in the dilemma between Frank and Wes.
Eventually Wes is killed and she discovers she is pregnant with his child. Laurel, wanting to honor him, does everything to find out what happened to him and gets resentful after Annalise pins all the murders on a deceased Wes.
In the fourth season, Laurel starts to suspect her father, believing he is somehow guilty of Wes' death. At the end of the fifth season, Laurel and Christopher vanish without a trace, leaving their fates unknown.
In season six's "Are You the Mole? Though the others think that Laurel made a deal with the FBI to be the mole in exchange for entering Witness Protection, Laurel insists that she is innocent on Christopher's life, having instead fled with the help of Tegan Price.
The mole is subsequently revealed to be Asher who is later murdered. In "Annalise Keating Is Dead," Laurel is called in as a surprise witness to testify against Annalise at her murder trial.
Laurel explains that she was terrified about what her family would do to her and Christopher since Laurel might testify against them in the future and she enlisted the help of Tegan, an attorney who had negotiated Laurel's return when she was kidnapped as a teenager, to flee the state.
In exchange for getting to keep Christopher and probation, Laurel agreed to testify that Annalise ordered the murder of Sam Keating and the coverup even though its perjury.
During this time, Laurel is reunited with Frank and expresses remorse over her treatment of him. Frank gets Laurel to meet with Annalise who tries to convince Laurel to help her by reminding Laurel of everything that she has done for her, specifically saving Christopher.
Though Laurel initially testifies on behalf of the prosecution, she suddenly admits to lying on behalf of the FBI and insists that Wes acted alone. As Laurel's friends confront her afterwards, she insists that she wants to be a good person instead of a lying manipulator.
During the argument, the news breaks about the murder of Laurel's brother Xavier who had been killed by Nate in retaliation for his father's murder.
In "Stay," after her father Jorge lies on the stand for the governor, Laurel suggests having him killed and seeks out Tegan's help with something, promising her property worth millions in return; Jorge is subsequently killed in prison.
During the shooting at the courthouse, Laurel flees in fear with Christopher and her phone is disconnected when Michaela subsequently tries to reach her.
Years later, now gray-haired, Laurel attends Annalise's funeral with an adult Christopher and smiles at her old friends who are also in attendance.
She apparently remained close to Annalise who is stated to have been a mentor to Christopher throughout his life.
Laurel declines a chance to speak, but suggests that Christopher should. Frank Delfino portrayed by Charlie Weber is a reckless employee of Annalise's firm who is not a lawyer but handles special duties requiring discretion.
In the first season, Frank initiates a brash relationship with Laurel and continues to help Annalise with criminal and arcane tasks. In the second season, he helps them with Sinclair's murder.
In the third season, Frank disappears after Annalise discovers that, years ago, Frank was responsible for the driver who hit in her car and made her lose her baby.
He slowly returns in order to protect Annalise, Bonnie and Laurel and even lies to the police saying he killed Wes. In the sixth season, Frank is revealed to be the child of Sam and Hannah Keating through an incestuous relationship, something that he was never aware of but that Sam was.
Though Frank is suspected of murdering Hannah, he insists that he didn't. In the series finale "Stay," devastated by the news of his parentage, Frank breaks up with Bonnie and gives Gabriel Maddox, his half-brother through Sam Keating, money to start a new life and confesses to being responsible for both the deaths of both Lila Stangard and their unborn half-brother.
Frank is able to find a recording Hannah made that helps to clear Annalise's name and implicates the governor in the murder of Nate Lahey Sr.
After Annalise's exoneration, Frank shoots and kills Governor Birkhead on the courthouse steps in retaliation for her crimes and in his own words, to make everything right.
Frank is shot and killed by the courthouse security guards in return, dying in Bonnie's arms after telling her to tell Annalise that he had to make everything right.
Having tried to stop him, Bonnie is accidentally hit also and dies moments later. Bonnie Winterbottom portrayed by Liza Weil is an indescribable and odd associate attorney in Annalise's firm.
Each season impress me even more!! My favorite TV show ever!!!! It keeps you on the edge of your seat , emotional and a hell of other mixed feelings!!
Do yourself a favor and watch it. This is definitely a time to use it. Much like DH, this show centres on a mystery who killed Lila Stangart and how are the main characters going to get away with murder?
Add to that some of the horniest students and professionals I've seen on television since Queer as Folk, you've got a great mix of intrigue, hysteria and mystery.
It doesn't pretend to be a good show. It's overblown, it's riddled with over-acting, the plot is paper thin and the court scenes are like cheap episodes of "The Good Wife.
It's so good because it never once puts on the front of being a good television show. It's trashy and dirty and Viola Davis is absolutely amazing. If you're needing to wind down after a hard day of actual work, tune in to How To Get Away With Murder and enjoy the petty dramas of an oversexed, over-thinking, overdressed cast.
Guilty of being pleasurable. I have only watched 1 season and im not sure about it being much more than a 7. Interesting concept but the dialogue between the young law students is irritating, childish and unrealistic.
The constant sarcastic banter is unnecessary and detracts from the storyline. When they stop attacking each other and just work on the storyline it is more palatable.
And if i was one of the 50 students in the Law class i would be cheesed off by only the 5 protagonists being asked to answer every question!
Teaching needs to be reviewed i think! TopDawgCritic 26 October Then as the episodes and seasons progressed, I got annoyed with the constant back and forth timelines - of which I felt were confusing and unnecessary.
Thus I dropped my score down to a 7. Well, now into season 4, these timeline flashbacks and flash forwards are making sense and getting better.
The tension of this show is intense and Viola Davis has found her role - nails it season after season. I want her character to be my friend and mentor lol.
Score is now up to a 9. I am a lawyer myself and really love the show. Good acting, nice plots and also groundbreaking new area's like gay sex really don't understand all the haters while other series have loads of hetero sex , nicely and sexy done!
Hurray for Jack Falahee for nailing his role! Maybe it's because I'm from Europe and we're not that hypocrite here Shonda Rimes is obviously attacking many US?
The premise of this show is a spin on the law dramas of old but told in a new way. The characters are so different with secrets that are quite shocking.
The actors play these very intense roles with remarkable believability. Best of all Viola Davis because her character is a mix of hard edged Black Woman and a truly disturbed emotional wreck.
She does it so well I would be upset if there is no Emmy recognition.