Viola Davis Is the Reason We're Watching How to Get Away with Murder

Six episodes into How to Get Away with Murder, I've asked myself, "Why am I still watching this?" While the freakish twists and cliffhangers make for good shock value, I barely care about the supporting characters. The reason I've stayed dedicated is, without a doubt, Viola Davis' performance as Annalise Keating. » 11/06/14 6:00pm 11/06/14 6:00pm

How to Get Away with Murder is Beating Scandal in the Ratings

How to Get Away with Murder is beating Scandal and Kerry Washington's quivering bottom lip in ratings. ABC's Shondaland strategy — diverse casts, inappropriate husbands (with dick pics!), confused faces (Wes, he never knows what's going on!) and good wigs (Viola, we see you!) — is working. » 10/29/14 3:20pm 10/29/14 3:20pm

Objection: A Real Lawyer Fact Checks How to Get Away with Murder

Being a lawyer is probably somewhat of a challenge, what with the whole having a person's fate in your hands thing. But the way How to Get Away with Murder portrays the stressful act of attending law school, then actually being a lawyer seems like a cakewalk: Shonda Rhimes' new procedural drama makes law school look… » 10/10/14 1:30pm 10/10/14 1:30pm

How to Get Away With Murder and Black-ish Picked Up for Full Seasons

There will be enough Viola Davis, Anthony Anderson and Tracee Ellis Ross to go around at least until May sweeps, as both Black-ish and the Shonda Rhimes-produced How to Get Away with Murder have been been ordered for full seasons by ABC. Like Annalise Keating, I am glowering at an invisible camera in celebration. » 10/10/14 9:50am 10/10/14 9:50am

The New York Times, Shonda Rhimes & How to Get Away With Being Racist

I would like to believe that not being racist isn't extraordinarily difficult. I would like to think that by simply acknowledging the humanity of other people and their right to exist in this world and being open and aware to learning about certain issues, you can avoid many uncomfortable moments. If nothing else, you… » 9/19/14 2:30pm 9/19/14 2:30pm

Jack Black to Play R.L. Stine in Goosebumps Movie

Jack Black has reportedly signed on to play author R.L. Stine in an upcoming Goosebumps movie written by Mike White and co-starring Ken Marino. This is literally the most perfect confluence of my interests since Doritos Locos tacos. I mean, what's next: John Goodman's going to play Grandma Jenkins in a Ghostwriter » 4/25/14 8:00pm 4/25/14 8:00pm