As I wrote last week, How to Get Away with Murder is a great show, but it’s also a show whose “OMG” moments last as long as the show is still on. Once the episode is over, then it’s time to go to bed and forget it. Again, this is not a condemnation of the show, but this is just what the show’s like.
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Empire has really shown TV networks what a show with a black main cast can do. The series, states IndieWire, has made Fox history, become the first show in 22 years to increase ratings and viewership for the network. In fact, each week, it tops itself in the ratings, quickly becoming this TV season’s juggernaut.
How to Get Away with Murder was back in fighting form yesterday, which meant being a confusing ride filled with moments of Viola Davis slaying the scene with looks, attitude, and wigs. That sounds like I’m demeaning the show, but I’m not.
We’re about to dive back into TGIT and How to Get Away with Murder with SAG Award Winner Viola Davis!
Hip, hip hooray! Viola Davis has got a movie role that’s going to launch her into the comic book canon forever! It had been rumored (and fervently hoped for by many) that Davis would be considered for the role of Amanda Waller in Suicide Squad, and, as Latino-Review is reporting, that dream has come true!
I live-tweet How to Get Away with Murder every week; follow me @moniqueblognet!
This recap of this week’s How to Get Away with Murder episode, “He Deserved to Die,” is probably going to be even less of a recap than the other How to Get Away with Murder recaps. Basically, this “recap” is going to mostly consist of a takedown of Rebecca. I just can’t get with her. And neither can others on Twitter:
If you watched How to Get Away with Murder Thursday, you were treated to the first trailer for Selma, the Oprah Winfrey-produced film starring David Oyelowo, Cuba Gooding Jr. and, of course Winfrey herself.
Once again, there’s stuff that happened in this week’s episode of How to Get Away with Murder, “Smile or Go to Jail,” that I want to talk about more than the actual synopsis of the show. So I’ll knock it out in a couple of sentences, despite my love for Ana Ortiz.
This recap of How to Get Away with Murder is less of a recap of what happened and more of a recap of how confused I am and we’re only in the second episode. This is only the second episode, guys!
How to Get Away with Murder is my first foray into the world of Shonda Rhimes, and I have to say that I was pleasantly surprised with what I saw. The episode had many great moments (Alfie Enoch aka Dean Thomas from Harry Potter! Upended sexual tropes! Viola Davis!) and the twist at the end…well, I wasn’t expecting that.