Viola Davis At The 66th Primetime Emmy Awards
Viola Davis arrives at the 66th Primetime Emmy Awards in Los Angeles, California August 25, 2014. Reuters/Lucy Nicholson

"How to Get Away With Murder" is almost three weeks away from its return date. Fans are eager to know what happens in the Episode 10 and where do things go from here. ABC's newest drama thriller will return with its remaining six episodes in the last week of January and the show will feature its highly anticipated midseason premiere. As revealed by the show's leading lady Viola Davis, who plays the role of Annalise Keating, fans must expect to see unexpected.

Speaking to E!News, Viola Davis revealed that when the show returns fans must brace themselves for certain scenes that they've "never seen on network TV." Elaborating on what she meant, the award-winning actress said that it has nothing to do with sex.

"See, people always go to the baring of the skin," Viola Davis explained. "See, that's just not going to happen...that's not even going to happen if we weren't on network TV," the actress added. However, she assures that the show will feature "things that are very very provocative."

The last-aired episode, "Kill Me, Kill Me, Kill Me," ended with a bulldozer of a cliffhanger. Towards the end of the episode, the show featured a flashback wherein Wes went to Annalise's office to retrieve the weapon of Sam's murder-the trophy. In the scene when Wes was seen saying "I'm sorry" to Sam, it was revealed that Annalise was sitting behind a desk and responded to him by saying "Don't be."

During the interview with the abovementioned publication, the actress also talked about the said cliffhanger. She revealed that "the cliffhanger will still be out there" and what comes out of it isn't anything that fans "expect."

"How To Get Away With Murder" returns on Jan 29, 2015. The show will air tenth episode of the series and it is expected to be an explosive one. According to TV Guide, the remaining six episodes of the show revolve around "Rebecca's trial" eventually revealing Lila Stangard's murderer. Besides, the episodes will delve into the "fallout of the Keating 4's deadly dead, and Annalise and Wes' little secret."

Furthermore, the show will introduce two new characters being played by award-winning actresses Marcia Gay Harden and Cicely Tyson. Their roles and how do they contribute to complex storyline and murder mysteries remain to be seen. "How To Get Away With Murder" stars Viola Davis, Alfred Enoch, Jack Falahee, Katie Findlay, Aja Naomi King, Matt McGorry and Charlie Weber. The show airs Thursdays at 10:00 pm on ABC.

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