"How to Get Away with Murder" may get over the top, but it knows how to let a story breathe a little and then pack us with a punch, unlike Lee Daniel's "Empire," which feels the need to pummel us over the head with action and silly storylines.
There are pretty much no words for how much I am looking forward to How to Get Away with Murder next week. The show was good this week, and the stakes are so high right now, I can barely stand it.
How to Get Awa With Murder is back confusing us, in a good way, though with 'I Want You To Die.'
It's 'Two Birds, One Milestone' on "How to Get Away with Murder,” as we find out that Frank may be just a little psycho, among other things. The web continues to become more and more tangled.
How to Get Away with Murder was something else this week. It is refreshing that a show doesn’t go so far off of the bounds of reality that you can actually enjoy it without the validity of the storylines distracting you.
On this week’s "How to Get Away With Murder" (HTGAWM) it is goes from zero to 100 real quick.
The How to Get Away With Murder (HTGAWM) season two premiere was a huge one. Shonda, as convoluted as the stories always get, always does excellent execution in the unfolding of the story.
This final episode was the end of a whirlwind season for How To Get Away With Murder. It opens up with Wes and Laurel arguing at the psyche ward on what to do with the information they got from Rudy.
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