In How to Get Away With Murder, distinguished law professor at Middleton University Annalise Keating selects a group of five students to intern for her law office. When the students become embroiled in a murder that could forever ruin their careers, it is up to Annalise to help them get away with the crime while working on her normal case load as a defense attorney. Like many of Shonda Rhimes’ exceptional television programs, How to Get Away With Murder has everything you could want from a critically acclaimed Primetime drama: a diverse group of characters with interesting backstories, an engaging story that will leave you guessing till the end, plot twists that emerge as new truths rise to the surface, exceptional writing, and an incredible cast of actors who are each giving the performance of a lifetime. With Viola Davis’ historic win as the first African American woman to receive an Emmy Award for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series, How to Get Away With Murder is laying the ground for the future of more diversity in television. I love how gripping the show is and the way that each episode ends with a new detail that will dramatically alter your perspectives of the overarching mystery of the season. How to Get Away With Murder is the kind of show that hooks you early on and will be difficult to put down once you start.