HTGAWM Boss Previews a 'Really Broken' (But Still 'Badass') Post-Shooting Annalise

It’ll come as no surprise that Viola Davis’ Annalise Keating survives the bullet that ripped through her abdomen in How to Get Away With Murder‘s fall finale — she is the ABC drama’s protagonist, after all. But when the series returns Feb. 11 (10/9c on ABC) she’ll be sporting more than READ MORE

Post Mortems

HTGAWM EP Talks Annalise-Wes Mystery — Plus: Will Oliver Die?

“He’s not just some student. It’s him.”

Annalise’s confession about her protective relationship with student Wes was the blazingest (and most engmatic) in a series of big burning questions raised during Thursday’s episode of How to Get Away With Murder. READ MORE

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HTGAWM EP on 'Shooting Night' Theories, Annalise/Wes Flirtation, Asher's Secret ('It's Bad')

How to Get Away With Murder fans, fret not: Showrunner Pete Nowalk promises he’ll avoid the sophomore-season pitfalls of another popular mystery series, HBO’s True Detective.

In other words, when it comes to Season 2’s central mysteries READ MORE

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HTGAWM Post Mortem: EP Talks 'Murder Night' Aftermath — 'You Should Be Worried About Everyone'

Necessity may be the mother of invention, but a desire to keep ABC’s How to Get Away With Murder fresh and exciting will lead to the show’s reinvention when it returns from its holiday break on Jan. 29 (10/9c), says creator and executive producer Peter Nowalk. READ MORE

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HTGAWM Post Mortem: EP Talks Godfather Moment, Annalise's 'Mask,' Asher-Connor 'Shippers

Peter Nowalk considers himself the luckiest showrunner working in television today.

Take that blistering scene from How to Get Away With Murder‘s Thursday episode — directed by showbiz legend Debbie Allen — in which READ MORE

Fall TV Preview

Murder, He Wrote: Meet the Man Behind Shondaland's Latest Wild Ride

You may have recently heard: How to Get Away With Murder – the third prong in ABC’s new “#TGIT” triple play from the Shondaland production house — was not created by Shonda Rhimes.

Rather, Murder is the brainchild of Shondaland vet Pete Nowalk, a non-angry white man READ MORE