Diese Episodenliste enthält alle Episoden der US-amerikanischen Krimiserie How to Get Away with Murder, sortiert nach der US-amerikanischen. Episodenguide der US-Serie How to Get Away with Murder mit der Übersicht alle Staffeln und Episoden. In "How to Get Away with Murder" geht es um Annalise Keating, die als Strafverteidigerin arbeitet und nebenbei an der Middleton Law School unterrichtet.
How to Get Away with Murder/EpisodenlisteDer Serienjunkies-Kritiker Felix Böhme vergab 3,5 von 5 Sternen für die Pilotepisode. In seiner Review schrieb er folgendes: „Die Pilotepisode markiert einen sehr. Liza Weil wurde als Paris in Gilmore Girls bekannt. In der erfolgreichen Krimiserie How to Get Away With Murder ubernahm sie seit eine Hauptrolle. Diese Episodenliste enthält alle Episoden der US-amerikanischen Krimiserie How to Get Away with Murder, sortiert nach der US-amerikanischen.
Serienjunkies How To Get Away With Alles zur Serie How to Get Away with Murder VideoHow to Get Away With Murder: Real-Life Partners! -⭐ OSSA Radar 11/28/ · How to Get Away with Murder received positive reviews, with an average rating of 7. 1/ How to Get Away with Murder“ steht fest. Ab April steht der Pay-TV-Start der 4. 4 / 6, während die Keating 4 versuchen, die die Gerichtsverfahren positiv beeinflussen. How to get away with murder has a compelling and bold narrative, with a creative way of delivering short flashforwards and after revealing the thing, the focus goes on something that happened in. Meanwhile, a brutally beaten Frank returns home with a secret to share about Laurel's disappearance. Elsewhere in an attempt to get to know her father, Michaela accepts an offer to work alongside him but quickly learns that it's not all that it's cracked up to be.
Your Funeral. Whose Blood Is That? The Baby Was Never Dead. We Can Find Him. I Got Played. First off I want to say that there are a bunch of complaining critics on here that I think are missing the point of the show.
How to get away with murder. It's not a show that's going to depict total reality. It's a fun to watch exaggerated clever show but there's a bit of truth behind every bit of this exaggeration.
Maybe the critics that rate the show so harshly should really watch it with a grain of salt. So many are saying that it's unrealistic.
The law schools are not at all like this. Law isn't practiced like this. Oh grow up. The crazy twisting corrupted lying cheating goings-on are exaggerated and accelerated to make it more fun to watch.
This is a fun show and I am most certainly looking forward to season two. Now I will agree that there are some gratuitous sex scenes that just really aren't necessary.
The writers really don't have to spell it out for us. We get it. Maybe they will ease up on that kind of stuff in season two. Good show and I recommend it to people who are open-minded to the fact that TV doesn't always have to be based on true absolute reality.
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Technical Specs. Episode List. During therapy, a young Annalise is forced to acknowledge a very emotional and pivotal reality that makes her admit a hard truth.
Meanwhile, a brutally beaten Frank returns home with a secret to share about Laurel's disappearance. Elsewhere in an attempt to get to know her father, Michaela accepts an offer to work alongside him but quickly learns that it's not all that it's cracked up to be.
S6, Ep6. Annalise intervenes in Michaela's relationship with her father and asks for his help in return. Because Nate still doesn't trust Tegan, he attempts to get in good with someone who was once close to her.
After Asher reunites and has an unpleasant conversation with his estranged mother, he shares a meaningful moment with Michaela.
Elsewhere, Connor finally learns why he was originally picked for the Keating. S6, Ep7. Gabriel is first chair on a case defending a teacher involved in a school shooting, and this case hits particularly close to home for both Gabriel and Annalise.
Elsewhere, Annalise attempts to discourage Tegan from her new quest to right a wrong, all while Oliver makes a shocking confession. S6, Ep8.
After taking the stand during Nate Senior's murder trial, Bonnie's world is turned upside down when a mysterious accident leads her to a hard realization.
Meanwhile, the students compete for a large cash bonus during the final exam where they must come up with the best defense for a conspiracy-to-murder charge.
All lawyers make careers out of doing and asking for favors. The lead is so insufferable that no one would ever look in her direction, crippling her ability to practice law.
Aren't we over the hard nosed take no nonsense superstar lead? It's so boring. But hey it is 6 seasons and climbing, so screw me right?
That "How to Murder" is still going shows how far we have fallen as a society. Ross J. May 29, The writing is brilliant and the build to the reveal is genius.
A stunning series. May 22, Season 1 would definitely have to be my favorite of them all. From the atmosphere, to the character introduction, to the plot, it seemed to have a magic that was missing in the later seasons.
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.
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