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‘How to Get Away With Murder’s’ Liza Weil on “Devastating” Death Reveal and ‘Gilmore Girls’ Return

The actress discusses the season-long murder arc and differentiating Paris Geller and Bonnie Winterbottom.

‘How to Get Away With Murder’: Which Character Is Dead?

A ranking of the characters most likely to have died in season three.

Viola Davis Talks Trying to Smile Despite Hot Flashes at Emmys

The actress also revealed that she got peanut butter on her dress from Kimmel's mom's homemade sandwiches.

‘How to Get Away With Murder’ Premiere Reveals Big Twist and Another Shocking Death

Showrunner Pete Nowalk opens up to THR about "the hardest decision in the history of the show."

6 Burning Questions for ‘How to Get Away With Murder’ Season 3

Gearing up for another bloody season of the Viola Davis-led ABC drama.

Emmys 2016: TV Honors Embrace Diversity With 21 Non-White Acting Nominees

The recognition comes on the heels of the #OscarsSoWhite controversy earlier this year.

Italian Broadcaster Rai Apologizes for Cutting ‘How to Get Away With Murder’ Gay Sex Scene

The network vowed to air the scene as it was originally intended.

Rapid Round: ‘How to Get Away with Murder’ Actress Karla Souza on Bucking Latino Stereotypes

A major success story in her native Mexico, the actress is riding a wave of box-office hits.

‘How to Get Away With Murder’ Creator Explains Killer Finale Twists

"This show is about people clinging to each other in very desperate and dark times," Pete Nowalk tells THR.

‘How to Get Away With Murder’ Creator Previews Rule-Breaking Finale

Showrunner Pete Nowalk reveals Viola Davis' "pivotal" contributions to the episode, which centers heavily on her character's family and backstory.

ABC Renews ‘Grey’s,’ ‘Scandal,’ ‘Middle,’ ‘SHIELD,’ ‘Modern Family,’ 10 More

Left on the bubble are 'Agent Carter,' 'American Crime,' 'Castle,' 'Nashville,' 'Galavant' and 'Last Man Standing' as Channing Dungey starts to make her mark on the network.

Viola Davis on Hollywood Diversity: “You Write it, and We Will Come”

On NBC's 'Today,' the 'How to Get Away With Murder' star elaborated on her belief in the importance of creating opportunities for talented people of color.