The season end, titled “Stay,” begins with a shot at the courthouse. And confusion breaks out. We get more setting on that later.
The show rewinds to three days advanced. Where Annalise (Viola Davis) is panicking after hearing of the loss of Hannah. However, Frank (Charlie Weber) is estimated to be the perpetrator.
As he just saw some very unexpected news about his parents. He was born out of an abusive relationship. It was between Hannah and her late brother/Annalise’s ex-husband Sam. However, it’s next implied that Governor Birkhead (Laura Innes) was after her killing.
Frank explored signs about his “mother”. He holds Hannah’s solicitor at gunpoint and recovers a flash drive. Its following turns out to be a game-changer in Annalise’s state.
Elsewhere, Bonnie (Liza Weil) is reasonably concerned about Frank. As he gets the real fact from her. She encourages Laurel (Karla Souza) in the exploration of him. And Laurel admits that Bonnie and Frank are intended for each other. If anyone can make him nice, it’s going to be you, she replies.
Finally, Frank and Bonnie meet. Franks says Bonnie she “should’ve placed a bullet in my head ’. Because that would be more exact than what you made,” pointing to the truth that Bonnie was the one who told the truth to him.
Gabriel (Rome Flynn) might be the shocked observer. He will prove against Annalise, Franks induces him not to get the stand upon Annalise. And says Gabriel that Sam bought him to kill Lila (in Season 1).
After in the courtroom, Laurel’s dad Jorge Castillo (Esai Morales) holds the stand. And, of course, rejects any contact with the director. Alternatively, he leads the figure at Annalise and Tegan (Amirah Vann). Involving them of plotting against him. Jorge eventually is shot in prison.
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The myths and the guilt scaled heavy on Connor (Jack Falahee). During the season, he asks whether to come clear. Oliver (Conrad Ricamora) warns to divorce. Connor is he doesn’t resist to get the same contract as Michaela (Aja Naomi King). Which will provide him punishment with no jail time. Connor persists to Agent Lanford (William R. Moses). He very speedily allows Connor a new contract. Connor, wary of Lanford’s reason, refuses the offer.
Connor faces Oliver after seeing that Oliver had arranged the new contract. By trying to claim upon Annalise. Facing jail time, Connor abruptly needs a divorce from Oliver. He thinks that Connor merged into the life of sin and it is his guilt. He says Oliver he doesn’t like him anymore.
After in the courtroom, the director takes the view and as assumed rejects any crisis in Nate Lahey Sr’s death. Annalise counters her cases with a record from the flash drive. Frank had reclaimed in which Hannah, on a phone call with Xavier Castillo. She names the director as the killer.
Langford gives Nate a new pay settlement for the wrongful loss of this father. He offered the sum of $20 million. When Annalise, gets out, she prepares to undermine his statement. By taking up his dark past.
The final minutes of the finale show some huge twists. Annalise’s burial has been ridiculed during the season. And it conclusively showed what time she had gone. She sets out she lived to old age. Though the cause of her loss is not exposed. Also, we discover that Wes. We imagined was Wes was his and Laurel’s boy, Christopher. Here’s the kicker: Christopher is now preparing a How to Get Away with Murder course. As Christopher is on to begin his lecture, a present-day Annalise appears in his classroom. And the two exchange smirks before she goes.