'How to Get Away with Murder' cast members react to the end of the series

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HTGAWM cast members at The Paley Center for Media (Getty Images)
HTGAWM cast members at The Paley Center for Media (Getty Images)

Legal drama series How to Get Away with Murder has come to the end. The final episode of season 6 aired in the US on 14 May. The first episode of the series aired in September 2014 and the thriller has won a bunch of awards over the years.

South African viewers can watch the finale tonight 20:00 on 1Magic (DStv 103).

READ MORE: 'How To Get Away with Murder' series finale sneak peek

Viola Davis, who starred as Annalise Keating, a law professor at a prestigious university, has shared a number of posts on how she feels about the series coming to an end.

In one of them, she thanks Shonda Rhimes who produced the series, "Thank YOU @ShondaRhimes for your bravery, vision, leadership and talent", she wrote. She also thanked creator, Peter Nowalk.



Aja Naomi King, who played Michaela Pratt in the show, also shared a series of photos. "These are some of the moments I will cherish when #HTGAWM is gone," she captioned the snaps.


Charlie Weber, who played Annalise’s right-hand man Frank Delfino, shared his first photo on set with a lengthy caption about his cast members and how it has been an honour working with Viola. "I was exhilarated and terrified and didn’t know what to expect. I soon found myself at ease in the company of the finest group of actors I’ve ever seen assembled", he wrote.


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