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The Legacy of “How to Get Away with Murder”

After 6 seasons and 90 episodes, the ABC legal drama “How to Get Away with Murder” wrapped its run last night. Although it never quite rose to the top of the drama heap in terms of quality and consistency, it leaves behind a rich legacy of diverse casting, social justice themes, and a performance from Viola Davis that ranks among the best in the history of television.

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