Eve Rothlo is a supporting character on How to Get Away with Murder. A no-nonsense death row attorney who prefers the glamorous lifestyle New York has to offer, Eve could trade legal blows with the best of them back in her days attending Harvard law - and in fact, she did. Her relationship with the renowned Annalise Keating grew into an epic romance, but it soon came crashing to a halt when Annalise decided she wasn't a lesbian, and ended up leaving Eve for her therapist. Eve spent the years thereafter attempting to get over her ex-lover, but every now and then she finds herself sucked back into Annalise's tangled web of lies, cover-ups and murder, and the pain starts all over again.
Having been in the same year of Harvard Law together, Eve formed a romantic relationship with Annalise, which lasted for an unspecified amount of time. From dinner parties at a man named Al's house, to dancing all night at a Brazilian bar, the two carried out a happy relationship with one another, even despite there being times Annalise would show up on Eve's doorstep in tears, such as when she lost a mock trial because a D.A. was scared of her. This all came to an end, however, when Annalise decided to end her relationship with Eve so that she could be with (and eventually marry) her therapist, Sam Keating. Eve did not take well to the break up, and has yet to move on, still thinking about her former lover every day. ("It's Time to Move On")
Eve reconnects with an old friend. ("It's Time to Move On")
With Nate Lahey arrested for Sam Keating's murder, Annalise instructs Nate to fire her lawyer and call Eve instead. Eve arrives to confront Annalise, upset over all the missing information, but despite her reluctance, she agrees to meet with Nate. Things don't go well though, for after some talking with her potential client she learns that Annalise framed him for Sam's murder. She refuses to take the case and prepares to head home, but Annalise stops her at the hotel. Eve is unwilling to let Annalise ruin her life like she does everyone else's, and from there she tells her former acquaintance to stay away from her, threatening to scream "bloody murder" if she refuses. Annalise later comes to learn that her employee Bonnie murdered her former client Rebecca Sutter, and once telling her off, she heads for Eve's place in tears. Eve gives in, allowing Annalise inside for a drink. The two talk and end up reminiscing about the past, which eventually leads to a shared kiss. Eve admits she lied about not thinking about Annalise everyday, and from there they kiss more. At Nate's next hearing, Eve is seen to have taken the case, and despite Emily Sinclair's pleas for a mistrial, Nate is allowed the new lawyer. ("It's Time to Move On")
|"It's Time to Move On"||"She's Dying"||"It's Called the Octopus"||"Skanks Get Shanked"||"Meet Bonnie"|
|"Two Birds, One Millstone"||"I Want You to Die"||"Hi, I'm Philip"||"What Did We Do?"||"What Happened to You, Annalise?"|
|"She Hates Us"||"It's a Trap"||"Something Bad Happened"||"There's My Baby"||"Anna Mae"|
|"We're Good People Now"||"There Are Worse Things Than Murder"||"Always Bet Black"||"Don't Tell Annalise"||"It's About Frank"|
|"Is Someone Really Dead?"||"Call It Mother's Intuition"||"No More Blood"||"Who's Dead?"||"We're Bad People"|
|"Not Everything's About Annalise"||"Go Cry Somewhere Else"||"It's War"||"He Made a Terrible Mistake"||"Wes"|
A gallery of photographic stills, released to promote the character.