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How To Get Away With Murder

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    December TV: Why Midseason & Winter Finales Make Shows Better

    Though they're most certainly a marketing gimmick, "fall" finales are actually helping make better TV shows, while nudging broadcast networks into the 21st century.

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    TV Writers Rooms on Twitter: A Guide to 16 of the Very Best

    A roundup of the most popular writers’ rooms out there in the Twitterverse today.

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    How To Handle Your Boss's Secrets: 'How to Get Away With Murder' Advice for Wes Gibbons

    Life can be tough when you're a character on a TV show. Fortunately, filmmaker and film teacher Jennifer Peepas -- who also blogs as the wise Captain Awkward -- is here to help them deal with their drama.

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    Shonda Rhimes, 'The Wire' and the Need for New Perspectives on Race

    The recent controversy over a New York Times profile speaks to a larger problem in racial representation on television.

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    Viola Davis is Still Waiting to Be Seen

    “I don’t have Angelina Jolie/Reese Witherspoon power,” Davis says. “I don’t have A-list Caucasian actress choices."

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    Fall TV Preview Part 2: Shonda, Selfies, and Sick Kids

    Viola Davis, Octavia Spencer, and 'Doctor Who's' Karen Gillian finally get the leading roles they deserve, too.

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    Fall 2014 TV Preview: Thursday Night Football Aims to Overcome 'Scandal' Without Falling From 'Gracepoint'

    Thanks to the television revolution, new shows now spring up throughout the calendar year -- but no matter how many premieres occur during the other seasons, the fall is still when most programming kicks into full swing. The Indiewire TV team is here to help you wade through the sea of fall TV, bala...

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