The new drama gets a full season order.
October 9, 2014
ABC announced today that How to Get Away with Murder has been picked up for a full season. The new drama's first season will now consist of 15 episodes, which equates to a small top up of two episodes on its original 13-episode order.
05/13/16 at 05:03am
Has the show been cancelled? I see that" The Catch "is playing in its place. I really enjoy watching" How
To Get Away With Murder". If the show hasn't been cancelled when will it return to TV.
01/30/15 at 11:06pm
I was interested at first, but it's becomming very redundant. I couldn't even bring myself to watch more than the first 5 minutes last night.
11/10/14 at 07:08am
I usually hate legal/cop shows but this show has to be the best thing that happened to me in terms of television this year so far. I absolutely love it. I do think it's unique in many ways, not only the educational setting. The fact that they don't present law as "doing the right thing+ helping the innocent" but as what it really is, which is a job that needs to be done regardless of what you think is right, makes it so much more interesting that other shows in that genre. Sure,it is not something you've never seen before, but the quality of pretty much everything else makes it not matter. The characters are amazing and I find it difficult to pick a favourite, which is surprising since I'm the kind of person to always jump to obsess over one particular character pretty quickly. Multiple people of color, non heterosexual characters, women kicking some serious ass, and every episde pretty interesting so far. I hope they manage to keep it this way and the show doesn't lose it's magic as it goes on. All around pretty happy about getting two more episodes and hoping for season 2.
10/17/14 at 06:08am
ABC has a tendency of getting a great show, gets a person interested and then cancels. I only watch a couple of ABC shows because of this. They could actually be competing with CBS if they had an Executive that had a eye for what people watch. It goes all to Missing, Restless as well as many others.
CBS and NBC is just kicking their butts in ratings.
10/13/14 at 03:27pm
Actually this show is different as it also uses flashbacks to tell the story and each episode has a second separate story line running thru it. Thank goodness for ABC and other networks who are finally seeing that reality shows are on the way out and that scripted shows are always more entertaining and more profitable (company's no longer want to be associated with ratchet TV) not sure what sheeple are/is but Shondra Rimes is becoming the next Aaron Spelling; he too owned a night on TV, and this time the characters Re a lot more diverse.
10/11/14 at 02:43pm
Nothing wrong with being a Sheeple. Love me some crazy Shonda Rimes drama and legal/cop drama, so I'm super happy about this. You are welcome to join me, or not.
10/11/14 at 08:20am
Actually.. it's NOT unique. If you think it is, then you are indeed part of the herd. I've seen it... it's the same "legal/cop" formula used in every other show in the genre. The only difference is the educational setting.
10/10/14 at 10:50am
Actually it's a fairly unique show and that coming from a person in the legal field. Besides, all the sheeple are over in "reality" TV, which of course is the worst thing to ever happen to television.
10/10/14 at 08:53am
Same crime drama formula as everything else in the genre. The sheeple sure to eat the junk up.