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What To Watch After "How to Get Away with Murder"

"You call it crazy. I call it winning." - Annalise Keating ABC

Say it ain’t so! We lost Scandal in 2018, and now, Shondaland’s How To Get Away with Murder has come to an end after six seasons … Although nothing quite compares to the power of Annalise Keating, HTGAWM fans in TV Time have been busy watching other current shows featuring: strong female characters, black stories, queer stories, and the obvious -- murder. Check out these 15 series below, and perhaps you'll find a new show to fill the void!

15. The Sinner


USA’s anthology series examines the psychological motives behind brutal crimes, with the first season diving into the story of a young mother who commits a startling act of violence but has no idea why.

14. Big Little Lies


A group of mothers in a wealthy beachfront town become intertwined after getting involved in a murder investigation, fueling lies and relationship divides.

13. Modern Love

Amazon Prime

Need a rom-com to balance out the drama? Based on the New York Times’ column of the same name, this Amazon series explores relationships and the human connection through several couples.

12. Dead to Me


A widow is too close to her late husband’s death in this Netflix dark dramedy about lies and murder ... with a strange friendship you can’t help but root for.

11. The Bold Type


Women helping women -- This Freeform series follows the strong female friendship between Jane, Kat, and Sutton who work and play in New York City.

10. Hollywood


A group of actors and filmmakers in post-World War II Los Angeles make their dream come true and turn Hollywood on its head in the process.

9. Grace and Frankie


After learning that their husbands are more than just work partners, total opposites, Grace and Frankie, start all over alone, but together.

8. American Crime Story


Get into true crime with the retelling of the infamous O.J. Simpson murder trial and the assassination of Gianni Versace.

7. The Politician

Determined to one day become President of the United States, Payton Hobart must first navigate the political landscape of Saint Sebastian High School.

6. Pose


This FX drama spotlights LGBTQ stories through NYC's underground ball culture in the ‘80s and early ‘90s.

5. The House of Flowers


A wealthy matriarch tries to maintain her family’s reputation after her husband’s mistress exposes their dirty secrets.

4. The Good Fight

CBS All Access

After a financial scam ruins Diane Lockhart’s savings and her goddaughter’s reputation, the two rebuild their careers at a pre-eminent Chicago law firm.

3. Dirty John


If another thrilling series with secret lives is what you’re after, give Dirty John a shot. Each season of the anthology series is based on true crime stories about love gone wrong.

2. Dear White People


Tackling race relations and social injustice, a diverse group of black students navigate their way through a predominantly white Ivy League school.

1. What/If


The creator of ABC’s Revenge brings a Netflix anthology thriller that takes on morality and the ripple effect of one’s decision that can change an entire life.