The second season of my life is murder, has come to an end, and I am not sure how it all happened. The latest episode was a whirlwind of emotions as we finally learned what this killer had been up to in the past two years. With my wife’s death fresh on my mind, I was left feeling like my whole world had been turned upside down. It seemed like nothing would ever be okay again. But then there were those moments where everything felt right again – when Lilly took my hand and told me that she loved me for real this time, or when John said he’d always have my back no matter what.
9 August 2021
Cast and characters:
-Billy Brown as Det. Lt. Kenny Rixton, Claire Britten’s boss and love interest.
-Sanaa Lathan as Dr. Mona Weathers, a psychology professor who consults on the case of a serial killer targeting young black women.
-Katerina Graham as Assistant District Attorney Evelyn Price.
“On a surveillance tape, Detective Nina Cassady (Annie Funke) tells Rafael Barba (Yancey Arias), her boss and the deputy district attorney of Palm Beach County, that she may have found their rapist. But when they go back to look at the video together, but when they go back to look at the video together, it becomes clear that Sheila is the murderer. There’s a moment when she picks up her daughter, which they think could be how my family was killed, and we get an even closer look at my sister being stabbed from behind while she carries my niece in the picture.
When my dad comes back to town for his father’s funeral, he admits he’s not really my dad. I would never have thought my dad was a murderer, let alone one of the most wanted criminals in America. It turns out my real father is a serial killer, and my mom just had me get close to him so she could kill him too.
This my-life-is-murder-season blog post will recap the latest episode of my life is murder. The opening scene begins with a flashback to when Annalise (Viola Davis) first came into Wes’s office. He tells her that he doesn’t think she should be working for a law firm because the firm will never be able to get over what happened, and he doesn’t want her to give up on herself. Wes tells Annalise that she should instead open her own practice, but Annalise is hesitant about this idea.