The How To Get Away With Murder Premiere, Parenthood's Final Season and More on TV Tonight

How to get away with murder pilot

Sep. 25 2014, Published 2:15 p.m. ET

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It's the night of Shonda! Three of Shonda Rimes' TV shows premiere tonight on ABC, plus there's a few other programs to choose from if that's not your cup of tea. Here's what to watch:

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Grey's Anatomy. 8pm on ABC. In the season premiere, will Meredith finally figure out that the new intern at the hospital is her half sister and Weber's daughter? Also, we miss Yang already.

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Don't Be Tardy. 9pm on Bravo. The season's a wrap but the fun keeps going in the Biermann house, as we get to watch the family as they watch footage from their security camera. Laughs will ensue.

Bones. 8pm on Fox. Bones is in jail in the season opener so that sucks, and what sucks more is that he realized his fellow inmates are people he put in jail himself. Whoopsies.


How To Get Away With Murder. 9pm on ABC. Viola Davis plays a criminal defense professor at a law school whose students get tangled up in the murders she's dealing with in real life. This show is going to be amazing, basically.

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Parenthood. 10pm on NBC. Sarah and Zeek take a trip to Las Vegas that somehow effects the entire rest of the (final!) season.


What will you be watching tonight? Tweet us @OKMagazine.


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