crime, lies, sex, murder, false accusations, court room drama, miscarriage of justice, double crossing, concealment of sexual assault, deceit, entrapment, false confessions, mountain of suspicion, reasonable doubt, defamation of character, sexual harassment, same sex lovers, hidden evidence, expectant guilt, action of necessity, mistaken prosecution, drama, unacceptable loss, exaggerated proof.
If you think that any of the subjects listed above would make for a good suspense court room murder mystery drama, then you absolutely must watch the (surprise) ABC drama “How to Get Away With Murder. I cannot stress enough how intriguing, exciting and suspenseful this series is, I also cannot explain it any sort of conventional sense, there is simply too much enticing surprises and intricately woven plot devices and subjects to even try to adequately describe this series. The best I can do is to say that there are multiple storylines and plots all interconnected, and many of them are non linear switching from one mystery to another. catch up on previous episodes with ABC on demand or watch new episodes on ABC Thursday nights at 10pm EST check out the trailer
Here is the general plot description via wikipedia:
How to Get Away with Murder follows the personal and professional life of Annalise Keating, a criminal law professor at the fictional Middleton University in Philadelphia (whose fictional campus location is analogous to that of the University of Pennsylvania), one of the most prestigious law schools in America. A criminal defense lawyer, Annalise selects a group of her best students from her university class to work at her firm. They are Connor Walsh, Michaela Pratt, Asher Millstone, Laurel Castillo and Wes Gibbins. In her personal life, Annalise lives with her husband, Sam Keating; but she also has a secret relationship with Nate Lahey, a local Philadelphia detective. As her professional and personal life start to collide, Annalise and her students become unwillingly entwined with a murder plot.