The Season 3 of the hit series "How to Get Away with Murder" showed a dead person covered in sheet, thus making the character remained unidentified. But what's good about the show is that they take away an ounce of every viewers fear and reveal in every episode who gets safe and who is not killed. Luckily for the previous episode, Oliver was safe.
E! News told that the identity of the dead person will still remain questionable up until the ninth episode of "How to Get Away With Murder" Season 3. As each episode is being preview every time, the first character who gets a shot of living longer in the series is Oliver, the newest part of Keating's team. He is the computer whiz in the previous episode of the hit American series.
The site Variety expounded that Oliver came running to Annalise telling that he heard a death of someone on the fire. Keating, pretending not to know everythings, tried to calm him.
Other than that, Connor, played by Jack Falahee, tried to bring back the spark between Oliver but the computer whiz refused. He stated a line telling:
"If you really want to make me happy then you'll let me go."
The source got an instant interview with Conrad Ricamora, the one who plays Olive in the story.
He gave a good glimpse of who the dead body is by stating that:
"It's going to be someone who is pivotal to the show, but it will be very unexpected."
He was also questioned as to the real reason of the break-up between the characters of Connor and Oliver. He stated:
"Two things. One: Oliver senses something is off with the relationship. I think he senses Connor's reaction to the Stanford acceptance combined with so many unanswered questions and shady moments in the past led him to believe that something is off. Even though he can't put his finger on it, he's sensing something. Two: Oliver does need time to figure out who he is and what he wants. Before he met Connor he lived a very safe, uneventful, unambitious life. Now he fell in love for the first time, found out he is HIV positive, and has a job and career he finds much more satisfying than he thought he could have. With so many big life changes, he needs to step back and reevaluate his life."
With him being safe in the previous episode, fans of the character Oliver shouldn't celebrate fully for the fortunate situation. According to E! News, Ricamora stated that no one would be ever safe in "How to Get Away With a Murder"
With this, viewers should always get a good look of "How to Get Away With Murder" every Thursdays at 10 p.m. on ABC.