A familiar character has been deemed a recurring actor in the upcoming return of "How to Get Away With Murder" season 2.
It was reported that the second half of "How to Get Away With Murder" season 2 will be seeing more of Eve, played by Famke Janssen. Eve was presented as the lover of Annalise Keating, played by Viola Davis. With that, her presence is expected to shed more light on their past and connection to Wes, played by Alfred Enoch.
The executive producer of "How to Get Away With Murder," Pete Nowalk, recently shared some details about the three characters. He shared that the dynamics between Annalise and Wes will change in the episode to come, especially after the events of the midseason finale.
The first part of season 2 ended with Wes shooting Annalise in the chest after she revealed some shocking piece of information. The episode showed Annalise revealing that she had been lying to Wes about Rebecca. That is expected to change the way the two approach each other.
According to TV Guide, he stated, "All the rules have changed. I don't think she's gonna be able to deal with him in the same way anymore or wants to."
In addition, the finale ended with Annalise stating, "Christophe," which signified that she has information regarding Wes' childhood. Now that she is reunited with Eve, the two will soon be telling the story of their past.
Aside from their past, it was revealed that the upcoming episodes will also explore the story line of Emily Sinclair, played by Sarah Burns. Nowalk also shared some details about how the story will unfold. As reported by TV Line, it stated, "There will be forensic experts all up in there. Sinclair was an ADA, so she's a high-profile victim. Still, what I've learned from real law-enforcement people who talk us is that forensic science is actually very much up to interpretation. Annalise, as a defense attorney, knows that creating a mess at the scene is the best strategy. But whether it works or not, we'll find out very quickly when the show returns."
"How to Get Away With Murder" season 2 is expected to return on ABC this Feb. 11.