Viola Davis is sexy and dangerous in "How To Get Away With Murder"


One of the most anticipated new dramas of the Fall television season is ABC's "How To Get Away With Murder." The show follows a group of ambitious law students and their brilliant, mysterious criminal law professor, who become entwined in a murder plot that will effect the course of their lies.

But beyond the tantalizing nature of the show, many are excited to see Viola Davis in the leading role. Davis is mysterious and tantalizing as Keating, showing deep layers of complexity and intrigue as she uses her smarts and sexiness to get what she wants.

The dangerous nature of Keating is a natural role for Davis, who has a penchant for playing intriguing and complex characters on screen. Davis was nominated for a Best Actress Oscar for her role as Aibileen Clark in "The Help," a distraught but forthright African American housekeeper. Davis has also given stellar performances in "Ender's Game," "Prisoners," "Doubt," and "Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close," amongst many other film and TV roles.

Check out the videos below to get a sneak peak of how Davis will dominate as Keating this Fall. "How to Get Away With Murder" premieres Thursday, September 25th on ABC at 10 EST/PST / 9 CST.

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