‘How to Get Away With Murder’: Why Fans Believe [Spoiler] Will Die in Series Finale
Power duo Tegan Price and Annalise Keating finally teamed up to help the defense attorney fight several conspiracy murder charges in the last season of How to Get Away With Murder. The trailers for the series finale depicts someone getting shot at the courthouse, and fans believe they know who it is.
[SPOILER ALERT: This article contains information revealed in How to Get Away With Murder Season 6 Episode 14.]
Tegan Price and Annalise Keating friendship
Lawyer Tegan Price (Amirah Vann) made her debut in the fourth season of How to Get Away With Murder when Michaela Pratt (Aja Naomi King) accepted an offer for a job at Caplan and Gold.
Best friend Laurel Castillo (Karla Souza) then approached Michaela and informed her that the firm represents her criminal father, Jorge Castillo (Esai Morales).
Laurel successfully convinced her friend, and the rest of the Keating 4, to help her bring him down. Oliver Hampton (Conrad Ricamora) and Michaela used Tegan’s computer to locate confidential files and stole the lawyer’s keycard to enter a security room.
Annalise Keating (Viola Davis) later convinced Tegan to give her a hard drive on her client in exchange that he ended the custody battle over his grandson with his daughter.
Tegan also provided information to the FBI under “Jane Doe,” which resulted in Jorge’s arrest. The C&G lawyer became a main character in Season 5 when Annalise began working alongside her as they retried old cases for her class action suit.
The two developed a friendship as Tegan helped the esteemed defense attorney get her job back at C&G after the governor convinced her to quit for a fake project.
Additionally, they both suspected their boss, Emmett Crawford (Timothy Hutton), had something to do with the death of the face of Annalise’s class-action suit, Nate Lahey, Sr. (Glynn Turman).
Tegan Price as Annalise Keating’s co-counsel
After Emmett’s unexpected death, Tegan became the managing partner at C&G and hired Bonnie Winterbottom (Liza Weil) before firing her after the lawyer attempted to meddle in her past.
She also helped Laurel disappear, unbeknownst to the other law students or their professor. Annalise then decided to flee to Mexico under the name “Justine,” but the FBI caught up to her and arrested her on charges of possessing false documentation.
With Tegan’s help, the two found out that the prosecution planned to charge her with conspiracy for all murders stemming from her late husband Sam Keating’s (Tom Verica) based on a pattern of arson.
Annalise eventually agreed to take Tegan as her co-counsel, and they continued to get closer as she and the C&G lawyer worked intently together. Additionally, Tegan developed a relationship with Annalise’s mother, who has dementia.
The two made a great team and seemed poised to win the trial, but Laurel returned as a surprise witness and effectively discredited Tegan as Annalise’s attorney.
While she’s no longer co-counsel, Tegan has remained close to her friend and seems like the only true cheerleader on Annalise’s side. She’s also expressed a romantic interest in the former professor because she makes the lawyer “feel alive.”
Why fans think Tegan Price dies in the series finale
Many fans believe the C&G lawyer will be shot and killed in the series finale “based on the promo and leaked pictures of Annalise, Bonnie, and Tegan talking to the press outside the courthouse.”
One user believes the defense attorney will win the trial before someone shoots Tegan, who most likely dies due to Bonnie and Annalise’s reactions from the trailers.
Additionally, the C&G lawyer isn’t visible. Some believe the writers purposely spent time making Tegan more likable to the audience in the later seasons to make the unfortunate death more “heartbreaking.”
Many believe Oliver Hampton shot at the trio, hoping to hit Annalise out of anger because his husband might be the only one going to jail. Therefore, some theorize that Tegan took the bullet for Annalise, which would be more devastating.
Others think the defense attorney’s former lover Eve returns and shoots Tegan out of jealousy as everything started when Annalise left her girlfriend for Sam.
How to Get Away With Murder Season 6 finale airs May 14, 2020, at 10 p.m. EST on ABC.