Prepare to say goodbye to murder when the cast looks back

It is time for How to get away with murder To say goodbye.

The ABC drama is nearing the end of its final episodes and prepares you for the farewell, E! News has an exclusive function on how the cast has said goodbye to one of the most curious TV shows.

“I don’t think you’re ever ready to say goodbye. You just aren’t,” says Viola Davis. “It was bittersweet. It’s like saying goodbye to a family member.

Fortunately, the HTGAWM cast and crew went into season six, knowing that it was the last one they call a “great gift”. That means we get a real end to the series and the actors had enough time to say goodbye.

“We saw each other through relationships, giving birth to babies and marriages, so we became a family,” said Conrad Ricamora.

“You spend so much time with people,” adds Liza Weil, possibly on the verge of tears.

“How do you say goodbye to a deep piece of yourself?” Aja Naomi King wonders.

The cast not only became like a family, but they can also look back on their show as one that had a huge impact on the TV landscape.

“I think a lot, murder changed the face of television, “Davis says when a clip reminds us of the time when Annalize took off her wig.

“The biggest question I asked myself when I started playing Annalize is why,” she continues. “I’m a 54 year old woman, I’m not a size two, I’m dark-skinned, and then I had the massive revelation – why not me? Why can’t I anneal Keating? So the moments I take off my wig, moments, in to whom she’s extremely flawed, but then extremely vulnerable. I’m very proud of it because I feel like she’s redefined femininity. ”

Watch the clip above to hear the entire cast and turn on How to get away with murder next Thursday, April 2 at 10 p.m. on ABC.

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