With cancellation and renewal season proper across the nook, you perhaps be asking your self if How to Get Away with Murder is renewed for Season 7. Sadly, the reply to that’s no, seeing as we have lastly reached the tip of the highway for this collection.
ABC introduced in July of 2019 that How you can Get Away with Homicide‘s sixth season could be its final, giving the present ample time to wrap up Annalise (Viola Davis) and her college students’ tales. For some, meaning a grotesque demise, whereas for others it would imply a brand new likelihood at life with method much less homicide and mayhem.
“Deciding to finish this collection was a brutal resolution, however finally the story tells you what to do — because it did right here,” showrunner Pete Nowalk mentioned of the choice to finish the collection. “For me, Annalise Keating’s journey has at all times had a transparent ending. Understanding I’ve 15 episodes left to complete her story, and the prospect to present all of the characters their very own killer endings, is a present not often given to a collection creator and I am grateful to ABC and ABC Studios for the chance and inventive freedom. I’m so grateful to the sensible forged, writers, and crew for dedicating themselves to essentially the most rewarding expertise of my profession over the past six years. I additionally need to thank our followers. The one motive this present exists is due to your loyalty and enthusiasm. I am unable to look ahead to you all to see the way it ends, with twists and turns and all of the craziness we like to create each Thursday evening. Buckle up.”
We’re clearly crushed that the present will not be returning for Season 7, however that does imply we’re lastly going to get all of the solutions we have been ready for. As an alternative of the standard season finale cliffhanger How you can Get Away with Homicide often loves to go away us with, this time we stand an opportunity of seeing each unfastened finish tied up in satisfying collection finale.
How you can Get Away with Homicide returns Thursday, April 2 at 10/9 on ABC.