Two of fall's most anticipated shows will be sticking around for a while. ABC has ordered a full season of episodes of prime-time comedy Black-ish, starring Anthony Anderson and Tracee Ellis Ross, and drama How to Get Away With Murder, produced by Shonda Rhimes and starring Viola Davis. The latter was a ratings bonanza right out of the gate, drawing 14 million viewers for its first episode.
Viewers can look forward to 15 total episodes of Murder this season, and 22 of Black-ish. Both series seem on track to becoming mainstays at the network.
Meanwhile, Rhimes continues her hot streak by landing yet another show at the network. According to the Hollywood Reporter, the TV maven has gotten a script commitment for To Max & Paige, a comedic series about a couple leading up to their wedding day. The show was created and will be penned by Rhimes's Scandal star Scott Foley, who plays Kerry Washington's love interest.
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