I saw part of the first episode of Better Call Saul; I need to make time for it.
The Season 2 Finale of the 100: I feel like the CW has improved significantly since my tv watching days. Or at least, they have started taking on better shows. The Flash is lightyears more entertaining than Smallville. The 100 is just amazing as a show. Maybe I've been on too much of a CW hiatus, but I sort of feel like the 100 is a show I would expect on a tv network you actually have to pay for (assuming CW is still one of the no-need-for-cable channels).
I actually thought to myself that the show reminded me of Ender's Game on a small-scale. Mostly with the hard choices the characters need to make to survive. Clarke had her own "xenocide"-esque moment, and I literally did not see it coming. First season was lord of the flies-esque and this one seems more like battle school.
The Season 2 Finale of How to Get Away With Murder: (At this point, I'm just procrastinating this assignment I have to do... its worth 100% of my grade and due right after Spring Break *sigh*)
There was nothing predictable about it. The nation/viewers were shocked when we found out who actually murdered her. We were shocked when we also found out that a character had pulled the SAME THING on the rest of the main cast, and us, that they tried to pull on the entire world with Sam. I think he escaped--no, we murdered him and made it look perfectly like he fled.
I guess the show did leave some subtle clues that Frank killed Lila. They built him up like a footsoldier for Annalise. I pictured him as the commando of the firm. However, nothing would have led me to believe that admist trying to save the kids, help her defend her client from the murder charge, etc. he was the actual one who killed her.
Gunny and his thoughts on First Earth: