EXCLUSIVE: 'How to Get Away With Murder' Star Billy Brown Gives Cryptic Clues Surrounding Season Finale

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With the How to Get Away With Murder season finale airing Thursday, ET chatted with star Billy Brown, who spoke cryptically about the possible series-altering changes ahead.

Judging from the 30-second promo, there will be three backstabbers exposed and multiple murders discovered. While Brown didn't confirm those details, he didn't exactly deny them either.

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"We know there are at least two more dead bodies, right?" ET's Nichelle Turner asked Brown earlier this week.

"Go on," Brown answered slyly.

"[Producer] Shonda [Rhimes] has taught you well so quickly," Turner said.

The season finale is expected to show whether the Keating Five can once again get away with murder. After discovering that Frank (Charlie Weber) killed Lila, Annalise returns home to her mother (Cicely Tyson). In Annalise's absence, her proteges are left to deal with Phillip (Jefferson White), who is on the loose and now knows they played a role in Emily Sinclair's death.

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Brown plays police officer Nate Lahey on the program, and is also Annalise's (Viola Davis) lover. Brown hinted that there could be more steamy love scenes to come, even after Davis recently spoke about an injury she received on set after a particularly passionate shoot.

"We go through a certain amount of pain for our work," Brown joked. "Maybe that was the thing that pushed her over the top to get that Emmy vote?"

Davis won the Emmy for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series at last year's awards show.

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The season two finale of How to Get Away With Murder airs Thursday at 10 p.m. ET/PT on ABC.