How To Get Away With Murder premiered in NZ this week and despite a long day at uni I managed to stay awake long enough to watch it. First impressions? Intriguing. So, here’s why:
It’s all about the fight for the top, that obsession with winning and all of the juicy consequences.
I love that the characters are morally ambiguous, given that they’re aspiring lawyers. On that note, I love how they’ve teamed murder with lawyers, because they’re the ones that are meant to be upholding the law.
Great that the murder was dealt with first, instead of building up to it. Deals with the characters’ journeys in a refreshing way, by going back and showing us how they got there/fell so far.
Two big questions going forward:
Did Keating’s husband kill Lila Stangard?
Why do Wes, Connor, Michaela, Asher and Laurel murder Keating’s husband, well, at least dispose of his body? Some demented sense of loyalty to Keating? For that trophy?
Can’t wait to (hopefully) find out! Definitely going to stick with this one!