How to Get Away With Murder

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WATCH: Viola Davis and Kerry Washington Meet for Epic Shondaland Crossover

Annalise Keating seeks Olivia Pope’s help in bringing a case to the U.S. Supreme Court during an upcoming set of “Scandal” and “How to Get Away With Murder” episodes.

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WATCH: Viola Davis Speaks Truth About the Marginalization of Black Film

The “Fences” star candidly addressed inclusion in film and television in at conversation with Tom Hanks for Variety’s “Actors on Actors” series.

Channing Dungey is the First Black Woman to Run a Broadcast Network

The executive who developed “Scandal” and “American Crime” is now in charge at ABC.

Uzo Aduba, Idris Elba and More Sweep #SAGsSoBlack

Is this the Screen Actors Guild’s response to the #OscarsSoWhite controversy? 

Taraji P. Henson Snubbed by SAG Awards, Gets Golden Globe Nomination

Check out other notable nominees of color in what’s otherwise shaping up to be a predominantly-white awards season.  

Viola Davis Makes History and More From The Emmys

The prolific actress made history by becoming the first black woman to win the Best Actress in a Drama Series award at the Emmys last night, delivering a life-getting speech for the ages, and facing inappropriate accusations from another actress. Oh, and other great and not-so-great things happened too. 

SAG Awards: Viola Davis, 'Orange is the New Black' Show Racial Diversity Matters

Or, as Davis said backstage: “We want to see ourselves.”

Viola Davis' Awards Speech Responds to NYT 'Classic Beauty' Diss

Viola FTW!

Diverse Casting Leads to a Wildly Successful Fall for Network TV

They’re making history.

Gay Sex is Gay Sex and Politically, That Matters

Shonda Rhimes is making history with the gay sex scenes on her shows. We should own it.

People Magazine Marks Shondaland's Big Night With Racist Tweets

Definitely not a good look.

NYT Editors 'Deeply Regret' That Readers Took Offense to Shonda Rhimes Article

Public editor Margaret Sullivan sheds more light on the internal reaction to Alessandra Stanley’s controversial story.

Viola Davis Talks Colorism and the Mammy Roles in Hollywood

The actress talked at length with the New York Times about her new starring role on “How to Get Away With Murder.”

Viola Davis: 'After a While You Get Tired of Being the Third Girl From the Left'

Her new show premieres on ABC on September 25th.