From Diane Lockhart on “The Good Fight” to Claire Underwood on “House of Cards,” these powerful women have worked their way up to the top.
Shondaland fans' dreams came true when Olivia Pope and Annalise Keating joined forces for a special "Scandal" and "How to Get Away with Murder" crossover event.
Karla Souza has spoken out about a sustained campaign of sexual harassment and assault she allegedly sustained at the hands of a director.
Viola Davis talked about being bullied as a kid on "Jimmy Kimmel Live!" on Thursday, and how when those bullies friend her now on Facebook, she always accepts — so she can see how miserable their lives are. Davis found herself the only African-American in school when her family moved to Rhode Island in the 1970s.
Sometimes journalists have to ask the hard questions, and in doing so, lives are saved and policies are changed. (See last weekend’s SAG Award-winner Spotlight.) This is not one of those times. This is just us, the journalists, yielding the power of the pen, a Sharpie to be exact, to a bunch of TV stars including Josh Duhamel, Oscar-winner Timothy Hutton, a Bachelor, a rapper turned primetime dad, and a couple of adorable Muppets.
If you’ve been following the labyrinthine twists, turns, and flash-forwards of How to Get Away With Murder’s gripping second season, this week’s winter finale may just be the episode you’ve been waiting for. Via weekly glimpses into the future, we’ve known all season that Annalise (Emmy winner Viola Davis) was heading for a gunshot wound and almost certain death, but who would be pulling the trigger? A client? A friend?
On Tuesday’s Jimmy Kimmel Live, Emmy winner Viola Davis explained that she doesn’t want her mother to watch How to Get Away With Murder because of the sex scenes. To distract her mom, Davis bribes her with gambling money before every episode airs.
As Professor Annalise Keating she’s so charismatic and compelling that her students — and we the viewers — are willing to follow her to the ends of the earth even though she actively ruins the lives of those around her. Annalise is f—ing amazing. A truly daunting number of plates were spun: Both of last season’s murders are still in play and this episode also revealed the culprit behind Rebecca’s murder while also introducing a huge new season-long case AND a flash-forward mystery in which none other than Annalise is shot nearly to death! All that, plus Connor nudity and a lesbian kiss, so yeah.