How to Get Away with Murder is the latest offering of Sony Channel that will premier tonight (October 15) at 9:05 pm. It’s top billed by Viola Davis, who plays Criminal Law professor Annalise Keating, J.D., and created by Pete Nowalk, one of the geniuses behind top rating TV shows Grey’s Anatomy and Scandal.
Face the reality: Get Away with Murder
Life is not only about butterflies and roses, on a daily basis we read horrifying news that may question our safety. Siyempre we have to pray all the time but we must also face the reality that something bad like crimes happen. Well, we don’t need to shock our nerves to be informed if we can watch it like an entertaining TV show such as How to Get Away with Murder. Pihadong they will come up with creative stories that match to what we usually and unusually gather from police beat news or law issues.
Learn from the expert: Annalise Keating
Minsan ko nang naisip na maging lawyer at mahilig din ako sa mga super heroes and action films. I remember that I excelled in my Political Science and history classes siguro nawala na yung passion to pursue yung law but I know that by just hanging around with great professors and experts you’ll be educated.
Based on teaser, Viola Davis’ character Annalise Keating is an interesting and challenging mentor you can get. If I’m one of her elite students such as Wes Gibbins (Alfred Enoch), Michaela Pratt (Aja Naomi King), Connor Walsh (Jack Falahee), Laurel Castillo (Karla Souza), and Asher Millstone (Matt McGorry) I will surely feel lucky. Actually if you believe in your teacher you don’t settle on getting high grades but learning more.
Check what you can do to solve mysteries
It’s intriguing that How to Get Away with Murder is produced by people behind Grey’s Anatomy and Scandal – Pete Nowalk, ShondaRhimes, Betsy Beers, and Bill D’Elia (also The West Wing). It must be about solving problems of the world while dealing with your own mysteries and issues.
Gusto ko yung attack sa show na college students yung mga involve – hindi intimidating and casual. I’m sure I can keep up with the terms, dialogues and setting. So let’s see what’s more in How to Get Away with Murder.