Earlier today, I was alerted to the occasion of a dragging at the hands of Annalise Keating (Viola Davis) and Olivia Pope (Kerry Washington) in Thursday night’s episode of Scandal. Promptly, I perked up and watched the episode, but even if you haven’t, this scene requires little context. All you must know is that for …
Jimmy Kimmel opened his interview with Viola Davis on Thursday night by asking her about Melania Trump’s apparent fandom for How To Get Away With Murder. She was kind of pissed he asked the question, but seems more mad at the idea of Melania enjoying her show at all than at Kimmel.
How to Get Away With Murder, for those of you who don’t know, is a Shonda Rhimes television program about a criminal defense attorney, played by Viola Davis, and the interns at her law firm, all of whom either help defend people who murder, or cover up murders, or do some murders themselves. It is a very classic…
Shonda Rhimes’ unrelenting grip on your Thursday evening is back tonight with the premiere of the 6th season of Scandal and the mid-season return of Grey’s Anatomy and How to Get Away With Murder.
Jack Falahee, who plays the ruthless, gay, and ruthlessly gay Connor Walsh on How To Get Away With Murder, was inspired by the election of Donald Trump to announce to the world he is decidedly...not gay. (His words!) He did this in an extended two-part tweet (of course) that was at least a little self-congratulatory…
The excellent Viola Davis won an Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Emmy in 2015 for her role as Annalise Keating on How to Get Away With Murder, and was nominated this year as well, though Tatiana Maslany ultimately won.
It wasn’t enough to watch Captain María LaGuerta ignore all the red flags season after season on Dexter until she met her inevitable fate. Now Lauren Vélez is playing another woman in authority who somehow doesn’t see what’s coming.
Despite becoming a cultural phenomenon at home, shows like Empire aren’t attracting the same number of viewers abroad, leading some to believe that the world just isn’t ready for African American stories outside of America. But it’s not that simple: the business of television is changing.
Shondaland will once again remain the most illustrious amalgamation of TV shows in all the land, because all of them have been renewed for another season on ABC.
Greetings, it’s been a minute since we’ve all gathered to willingly and enthusiastically allow Shonda Rhimes to manipulate our feelings and heart rates.
The various dramatic plotlines on How to Get Away With Murder are always juicy, but we are waiting with bated breath for the show to answer one of the juiciest of all: what will happen to the relationship between Wes and Annalise? Two popular fan theories provide the most intrigue: all that tension between Wes and…
It’s Scandal time and is there anyone Olivia Pope hasn’t lied to at this point? Looks like we’ll find out tonight. Feel free to throw in your pressing How to Get Away With Murder thoughts here as well!
Actress Karla Souza, who’s on the cover of GQ Mexico’s October issue, says the cover image would’ve been much more revealing if the magazine had its way.
It’s that time again. Meredith deals with some flashbacks on Grey’s Anatomy, Fitz may be impeached on Scandal and something dark and ominous will (probably) happen on How to Get Away With Murder. Enjoy!
Grey’s Anatomy keeps trucking away, Olivia goes rogue on Scandal and I now realize that we’re not going to know who shot Annalise for quite some time on How to Get Away With Murder. Let’s see how Shonda raises our collective blood pressure tonight.
Grey’s Anatomy is Grey’s Anatomy, Olivia and Fitz are about to become a national scandal, and on How to Get Away with Murder someone is responsible for (possibly) killing Annalise.
Shondaland, #TGIT, that day of the week where you sit on your couch for three hours straight and subject yourself to the whims of an amazing but dastardly team of writers—whatever you want to call it, is here.
Who murdered who? Who said what? Who’s conspiring with whom? The plot points on How to Get Away with Murder are as twisted and confounding as the mind of Azealia Banks and we could barely keep up through Season 1.
Viola Davis made history on Sunday evening as the first woman of color to ever win Outstanding Actress in a drama series for her role in How to Get Away with Murder.
September is here and that means Shonda Rhimes and her 50-11 ABC television shows are returning. Are you ready for Olivia and hot, brooding Fitz, Annalise and hot, brooding Frank, Jesse Williams, Jesse Williams and more Jesse Williams? Of course you are!