How to Get Away With Murder: The Season 2 Premiere Recap
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The show returns this Sunday on ABC with season 2 of the murder mystery series.
Watch below to find out what to expect.1.
“A lot of us are afraid of death.”
The episode opens with a chilling montage of people talking about how they want to die.
But this is not the kind of fear that happens with death.2.
“When I was a child, I thought I was just going to die.”
The season 2 premiere features a flashback to a childhood where a child is found dead by her parents.
“It’s a very, very powerful moment, a moment that you think about the rest of your life,” co-creator and executive producer Joe Weisberg tells EW.
“There are moments when we really want to see what it’s like for a parent to feel that way.
There’s a lot of anxiety in that scene.
It’s very, really powerful.”3.
“I don’t have a choice.
You’re not allowed to have a normal life.”
The Season 3 premiere features another flashback to when a child finds herself in a dangerous situation.
“This is a very important moment for the characters,” Weisberger says.
“In this very strange time, there’s a real possibility that they could be going to jail.
But it’s just one more way that they’re going to get to go home.
And we’re going there to find a way to save them.
That’s the most important thing.”4.
“We can’t make this up.
This is a show about people who are not normal.”
The story of “Spring” takes place in a city that is ruled by an oppressive government, and its citizens are subject to the same harsh rules that all the rest are subjected to.
The season 3 premiere introduces a new character, the leader of a group of resistance fighters, who has a “problem with death.”
“We’ve been told we’re not normal,” co, executive producer and star Anna Gunn says.
And while there are some major changes to the series this season, “Spring,” which is set in the fictional city of St. Petersburg, has been consistent with the show’s themes.
Gunn says the show has always explored what it means to be normal in a very different way.5.
“You’re a person.
You’ve got a life.
And you’re not a person anymore.”
The most recent season finale features a new twist on the death penalty, in which the prisoner who was found guilty of killing his wife and two children in the 1970s is sent to prison.
“For the first time, we actually have an executioner with a weapon that kills,” Weiser says.
Gunn adds, “We’re going into this season and the whole thing feels like the beginning of something much bigger.”6.
“The most terrifying thing about the show is that you never see it coming.”
The new season opener is a look at the aftermath of a recent mass shooting in Orlando.
“Everything we’re doing in the first half of the season feels very much like a premonition,” Weising says.
In that moment, we are reminded that there are people who love this show, and that we can’t stop them from coming to the finale.
“As a writer and as a creator, I’ve always been terrified of what would happen if we didn’t make the most out of the chance to tell a story,” he says.
The show has already shown how terrifying a finale can be for viewers.
The first season finale of the show, “The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance,” was also a major moment in the series.
The premiere episode is a perfect example of how the show takes risks with its ending.
“To me, the most terrifying things about it is that it’s so far away, it feels so far, and it never comes to fruition,” Gunn says of the finale of season 1.7.
“But we’re here.”
In the premiere, we learn that a series of mysterious events are causing the deaths of several characters, including Olivia Benson and the character known as “Mr. X.”
This revelation sets up the finale and, hopefully, the series finale for a while.8.
“Mr X” is not an all-American killer.
“Spring”, which is a character-driven show, does not necessarily need a show-stealing villain.
“He’s not just a villain that everyone hates,” co co-executive producer and writer Adam Horowitz says.
Horowitz and co-creators Andrew Kreisberg and Dan Fogelman have said they are excited to explore the ideas of who Mr. X really is and how he came to be in this series.9.
“Sometimes life doesn’t have to be so bleak.”
Season 2’s premiere features Olivia Benson’s (Jenna Fischer) return to her old life.
“She’s a beautiful woman, and we have so many secrets to share
The show returns this Sunday on ABC with season 2 of the murder mystery series.Watch below to find out what…