'How To Get Away with Murder' Season 5 Air Date, Spoilers and Updates: Wes' Killer to Be Revealed? What We Know So Far

By Nens Mitchell , Updated Nov 21, 2016 08:37 PM EST
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With the shocking end of "How to Get Away with Murder" Season 3, fans of the hit mystery television series are eager to know when Season 4 would come. Though there is still nothing definite about another season, viewers will surely clamor for another run to answer the question: Who killed Wes?

Season finale

In the final episode of "How to Get Away with Murder" Season 3, it was revealed that the person who died in the fire was Wes Gibbins. This came as a shock to a lot of fans of the show as Wes was portrayed as one of the lead characters with great connection to Annalise Keating.

Creator Pete Nowalk explained that it was an extremely tough decision for him to kill Wes' character. "When we revealed that Wes was alive in that interrogation room, that's when I knew that it should be him," he added noting that he delayed making the final decision as long as he could.

Season 4 release date

Up until now, there is still no clear update on when "How to Get Away With Murder" Season 4 will be released. Fans are still awaiting the decision of ABC on the show's renewal.

But when it comes back for another season, viewers of the mystery TV show are expecting an investigation on who killed Wes. Nate revealed to Annalise that her favorite student was already dead before an explosion burned the professor's house to the ground.

Wes' murder to be investigated

The half-charred body of Wes is a reminder to all that the creators of "How to Get Away With Murder" are very bold and prepared to make shocking changes in their storyline. Next season will definitely be devoted on the investigation on Wes' killing.

A lot of people loved Wes because of he is fearless, caring and intelligent. Who do you think killed Wes inside Annalise's house?

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