It’s your first day in law school and your classroom is buzzing with excitement and anxiety. Your professor then walks in with a speech that will change your life. Welcome.
“I don’t know what terrible things you’ve done in your life up to this point, but clearly your karma’s out of balance to get assigned my class. I’m Professor Annalise Keating and this is Criminal Law 100, or as I prefer to call it, How to Get Away with Murder.”
Attention Grey’s Anatomy and Scandal fans! Get ready for the most anticipated new US legal drama coming at your TV screens! Academy-Award nominee Viola Davis stars as a badass litigator and criminal law professor. Her teaching method is on a practical level, where she brings the students along on crime scenes to courtrooms. The best ones get the chance to join her firm, alongside two associates. If there’s anything that I can say at this point, Keating’s character is reminiscent of Grey’s Dr. Miranda Bailey. And oh, they will do everything to prove their clients are not guilty. Everything.
Did you catch the double episode premiere of “How To Get Away With Murder” last October 15, 9:05pm on Sony Channel? Make it your new TV obsession every Wednesday night!
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