As How To Get Away With Murder wraps up its third season, it's nice to know that HTGAWM Season 4 is definitely on the horizon, having already been renewed by ABC. If you're anything like me, you spent a good amount of time this season yelling at your television, needing time to recover from all the crazy moments that happened during the hour. When each season of a Shonda show ends, I always find myself wanting to rewatch it, just to relive all the roller coaster moments. Thankfully, that's what Netflix exists for, right? So when will How To Get Away With Murder Season 3 hit Netflix? The good news is, not that long from now. A press release from the network confirmed that the most recent season will begin streaming starting March 23.
Deciding how to structure a rewatch can be a daunting task, and as everyone knows, Viola Davis is so good at her job that it's hard to narrow down episodes that are better than others. As we approach the end of the season, I've compiled a list of episodes that best exemplify why Annalise Keating is one of the best butt-kicking characters on this show — and why she deserves to be remembered, if not feared. Check these out as you wait for even more awesome Annalise scenes in Season 4.
"Freakin' Whack-A-Mole" (Season 1, Episode 6)
Annalise makes Frank plant evidence in Lila's ex-boyfriend's car, to make it seem like he killed him. This episode just sums up how amazing Viola Davis is at being smart and also terrifying — a feat not many people can frankly pull off.
"Kill Me, Kill Me, Kill Me" (Season 1, Episode 9)
Annalise finally announces her plan to leave Sam in this episode, and oh man, that does not go down well. The heated argument between them will have you biting your nails for hours.
"It's Time To Move On" (Season 2, Episode 1)
Who killed Rebecca? Perhaps the first and best most OMG! moment came during this episode, when it was revealed in a prime Shonda-like twist that Bonnie (Liza Wiel) was the culprit, rather than the assumed Frank (Charlie Weber).
"We're Bad People" (Season 3, Episode 10)
We knew Annalise was shot, but we didn't know by who. This episode reveals Wes (Alfred Enoch) as the shooter, and, needless to say, the way the situation plays out is pretty epic — and classic Annalise.
"Not Everything Is About Annalise" (Season 3, Episode 11)
At first glance, Annalise doesn't get as much screen time as she does in other episodes (or for being the main character of the show) but this episode is worth it just for the scenes she DOES have, which are essentially amazing. She makes the most of every moment, especially when in a jail cell.
It's safe to say I'm looking forward to Season 4, which will hopefully be even more insane than Season 3. Until I know what date to expect a return, however, I'll keep reliving Shonda Rhimes' show over and over again, which I suspect is exactly how she wants it.