How To Get Away With Murder

2014 • ABC
6.73K reviews
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Season 3 episodes (16)

1 We're Good People Now
With Wallace Mahoney's murder unsolved and Frank's whereabouts unknown, the Keating 5 struggle to move on with their lives as they enter into their second year of law school. Meanwhile, Annalise's reputation at Middleton University is on the line, so she creates a criminal law clinic where the students will compete to try their own pro bono cases.
2 There Are Worse Things Than Murder
With her job on the line, Annalise fights back against the Middleton University Board. Meanwhile, secrets are exposed as the Keating 5 compete to take on the case of a battered woman accused of murdering her husband.
3 Always Bet Black
Annalise presents her class with a high-profile murder case that pushes even the Keating 5's morals, while Laurel makes a shocking discovery through an unlikely source.
4 Don't Tell Annalise
The fate of a young client is jeopardized after the Philadelphia Bar Association disciplinary board discovers damaging information about Annalise. Meanwhile, Frank commits a shocking act that someone close to him must deal with.
5 It's About Frank
The mystery behind the Annalise "killer" flyers takes a surprising twist. Meanwhile, Frank's troubled past is exposed and a shocking new discovery changes everything about the night of the fire.
6 Is Someone Really Dead?
A revelation in the Wallace Mahoney murder rattles Annalise and the Keating 5, as the team takes on the case of a veteran facing assault charges.
7 Call It Mother's Intuition
Annalise and her students take on a case defending siblings who have been charged with conspiracy to commit murder against their mother. Meanwhile, Frank's actions lead to a painful consequence.
8 No More Blood
Annalise and Bonnie turn to an unlikely source for help, bringing the tension among the Keating 5 to a head. Meanwhile, Annalise takes on a surprising client.
9 Who's Dead?
Annalise receives a tip about A.D.A. Atwood that leads to a heated confrontation with Nate. Meanwhile, the deadly events leading up to Annalise's house fire reveal who is under the sheet.
10 We're Bad People
With Annalise in jail facing arson and first-degree murder charges, the D.A.'s office continues to build their case against her, and the police investigate what happened to Wes on the night of the house fire. Meanwhile, the Keating 4 try to cope with the devastating realization that one of their own is dead.
11 Not Everything's About Annalise
Annalise reaches her breaking point as she struggles to adapt to her new reality behind bars, but a surprise confession to Wes' murder could change everything. Meanwhile, the K4 find their own freedom at risk as they discover the D.A.'s investigation is much bigger than they imagined.
12 Go Cry Somewhere Else
Tensions in the courtroom run high, as the prosecution seeks to bring forth a new charge against Annalise. Meanwhile, Nate uncovers a crucial piece of information that could threaten his own innocence, as detectives call Oliver in for questioning.
13 It's War
After being robbed of her power, Annalise makes it her mission to take down DA Denver and ADA Atwood. Meanwhile, Asher, Connor, Michaela, Laurel, and Oliver continue to wrestle with the weight of Wes' unsolved murder.
14 He Made a Terrible Mistake
Annalise tries to ward off a surprising new angle in the D.A.'s case. Meanwhile, alliances shift amongst the Keating 4, as they discover crucial information about the circumstances surrounding Wes's death.
15 Wes
Annalise and the Keating 4 test the limits of how far they'll go to save themselves, while the chilling details from the night of the fire reveal who killed Wes.
101 A Sneak Peek at "How to Get Away with Murder"
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About this show

Annalise Keating (Academy-Award Nominee Viola Davis) is everything you hope your Criminal Law professor will be - brilliant, passionate, creative and charismatic. She's also everything you don't expect - sexy, glamorous, unpredictable and dangerous. As fearless in the courtroom as she is in the classroom, Annalise is a defense attorney who represents the most hardened, violent criminals - people who've committed everything from fraud to arson to murder - and she'll do almost anything to win their freedom. On the surface, Annalise seems like she has it all - a successful career and loving husband, Sam (Tom Verica) - but her relationship with a local Philadelphia detective, Nate (Billy Brown), will force her to confront secrets about her life she never saw coming. Each year, Annalise selects a group of the smartest, most promising students to come work at her law firm. The students vying for this coveted position include Wes Gibbins (Alfred Enoch), a wide-eyed, likable boy-next-door recently accepted off the waitlist; Michaela Pratt (Aja Naomi King), a confident, ambitious overachiever born knowing how to "lean in;" Connor Walsh (Jack Falahee), a sly, sophisticated heartbreaker used to getting any prize he lays his eyes on; Laurel Castillo (Karla Souza), a quiet, sensitive idealist who's easy to underestimate and Asher Millstone (Matt McGorry), an entitled know-it-all born into a world of Ivy League educations and country club memberships. The students all work under two of Annalise's dedicated associates: Frank Delfino (Charlie Weber), a local Philly boy done good, and Bonnie Winterbottom (Liza Weil), a sweet, observant team-player with a hidden edge Little do they know that they will have to apply what they learned in class towards real life, in this masterful, sexy, suspense-driven legal thriller from Shondaland, the executive producers of Grey's Anatomy and Scandal.

Ratings and reviews

6.73K reviews
LeftCoast LiberalFoodie
August 20, 2015
Much foreshadowing, flashforwards (first half of season) and flashbacks/nightmares (second half of season) is used in this series to bolster the premise of the show: how to get away with murder. The pilot wasted no time getting to the entire plot of the season, revealing a murder had taken place by the main characters. When back in present, we learn a striking situation: the students we just saw commit murder will learn in their law class together "How to Get Away with Murder".
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Quiptipt Nyqtphimq
January 1, 2017
I love the concept. However, the show ruins it. First off, they pad out the show by adding pointless sex scenes that drag on, dozens of flash-foward and flashback sequences (I swear, there's maybe 5, 1-2 min. sequences each episode), and the big murder that they commit (it's revealed in the very first scene) does not change the characters WHATSOEVER. And to top it off, they rehash the plot of the first season in the second season where they commit A SECOND MURDER. Don't waste your time with this.
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Stef G.
November 19, 2014
My expectations were likely too high. Ultimately, it was just silly--the story, the acting, the stereotypical characters, the writing, everything. If you're going to write a series about law school, I recommend you hire a bunch of law students and professors as consultants. At least make an effort at legitimacy.
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