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10 TV Shows You Must Watch That Encourage Diversity


10 TV Shows You Must Watch That Encourage Diversity


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2. How To Get Away With Murder

Fan of shows like Suits? Then this show is a perfect fit for you! The catch: How To Get Away With Murder will make your heart pound as it has never before!

Featuring the award-winning actress Viola Davis, How To Get Away With Murder will test your senses as you try to figure out the pieces in a mind-blowing puzzle plot this show has to offer. Joining her in the show is a cast who highlight gender diversity and people of color.

Revolving around a law professor in a prestigious Philadelphia university, Annalise Keating, along with five of her students, get tangled into a murder plot. The main question of the series: who killed whom?

The series has just recently finished the 5th season of the show and all seasons are available on the popular streaming site, Netflix. So what are you waiting for?

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