Nov 29, 2016 04:15 AM EST

'How To Get Away With Murder' News & Updates: Wes Gibbins To Return!

It seems like what happened with the character of Jon Snow in the "Game of Thrones" is what has been expected by the avid watchers of Wes Gibbins in the "How to Get Away with Murder." This is after the latest episode where Wes Gibbins has surprisingly faced the death after being courageous in the past seasons of the series.

Alfred Enoch, the actor behind the character of Wes Gibbins, has been given a huge break after making the character death on the latest episode of the "How To Get Away With Murder" Season 3, as reported by News Everyday. While others are still thinking that the death of the crowd's favorite Wes Gibbins is just a bluff, there are no words yet that he will be seen again in the next episodes and even seasons of the said show.

Another controversy relating to the TV series was the appearance of Oliver Hampton. Gay Star News confirmed that the initial contract of Conrad Ricamora, the man behind Oliver Hampton, was only in the first episode but it is noticeable that he was there until the end. The site then revealed that there was an unpredicted chemistry between Oliver and Connor, making Oliver one of the regular casts of "How To Get Away With Murder."

"Honestly, sometimes you work with another actor, and there's chemistry - you don't know why. We never had to work on it; it was from day one," said Conrad Ricamora in his interview with the Gay Star News. "I think that's why (the producers) kept bringing me back. We never had to overthink it or analyze it at all - to this day. It was just there from day one," he continued.

With the result of the interview, it seems like the stay of Oliver Hampton will be lengthier, as the producers plan to put him beside Connor the whole time. Avid watchers are still hopeful that Wes Gibbins will return because Oliver and Connor's relationship is not enough to feed the legal curiosity and consciousness of HTGAWM fans.

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