Sony Channel: How to Get Away With Murder

Viola Davis stars as the relentless defense prosecutor and Criminal Law professor in new TV series, “How to Get Away with Murder”. The TV show airs every Tuesday on Sony Channel.

Here’s another gripping TV series that will get you interested in courtroom dramas once more. From the creators of Grey’s Anatomy and Scandal, Pete Walk and Betsey Beers, and executive producer, Shonda Rhimes, comes action-packed legal drama titled “How to Get Away With Murder”. The series stars Academy Award winner Viola Davis as Annalise Keating, a criminal law professor teaching Criminal Law 100 at Middleton University. Based on a series of challenges, Professor Keating handpicks the best and the brightest students from her class to be part of her law firm. Five students later on make the cut, which makes them prey to Keating’s wiles as they do her dirty legal and investigative work for her, helping her win case after case.

We got to watch the first two episodes, and while I don’t really seek out law dramas, this is one that gets a slot on my weekly watch list. Legal dramas never fail to blur the boundaries of detective and paralegal work, and always leaves me more confused than ever. Despite this, the first two episodes of the show proved to be quite entertaining, and made me hope that local television would explore similar concepts in developing more intellectual TV shows. Be warned, though– this show will get you thinking of creative ways to get away with murder! If you have someone you’re plotting revenge on, I suggest steering clear from this show and watch it once your anger blows over. ;)

I am rather inept at providing a gist of the episodes without revealing anything spoilerific, so let me just invite you to watch the series and see for yourself which student is your favorite.

Catch “How to Get Away with Murder” exclusively on Sony Channel every Tuesday at 9 PM. Sony Channel is seen on SKYCable Channel 35, Cignal Digital TV Channel 60, Destiny Cable Channel 62, Cable Link Channel 39.

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