ABC is making Thursday nights Shonda Rhimes nights this fall. The network is adding yet another Rhimes-created drama to its fall television lineup, alongside Rhimes’ other hit series “Scandal” and “Grey’s Anatomy.” The new show, “How To Get Away With Murder,” starring Oscar-nominated veteran actress Viola Davis (The Help, Doubt), will follow “Scandal” on Thursday nights, which means a time change for the hit crisis management drama and “Grey’s.” The new lineup will shift your favorite dramas an hour earlier giving a strong lead-in to the law-themed drama-filled show. Here are the new times: “Grey’s” at 8 p.m.; “Scandal” at 9 p.m. and “How To Get Away With Murder” at 10 p.m. (all Eastern Standard Time).
The ‘Good Book’ says “Thou shall not kill,” but it doesn’t say thou can’t watch celebrated actress Viola Davis at work. Check out the trailer for Rhimes’ new entry into primetime and decide if it’s ‘must see TV’ for you:
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