Viola Davis

This second sneak peek highlights more of Davis' performance, which has been hailed as a "masterpiece of quiet grace."

We finally found out who was under the sheet and we're devastated, but we can't get any real answers until January.

Allison Samuels, an award-winning journalist and senior writer for The Daily Beast, reflects on what First Lady Michelle Obama's deep complexion says to Blacks—and the world.

Annalise uses Frank to her advantage once again, but she also wishes he would just die already.

There's two episodes left until we find out who got burned to a crisp and how Annalise got arrested for first degree murder.

Bonnie shacks up with Frank for a hot second, while Annalise has an alcohol relapse, and more.

Annalise officially loses her law license while Frank catches another body, and we finally find out the identity of one of the two people pulled from the house.

The mystery of who got burned up in the fire got even more intense with the discovery of another body.

In the two-minute spot, the former Miss Universe says she felt victimized by Trump on numerous occasions.

Singer Janelle Monáe took to Twitter on Wednesday evening to mourn the loss of her thirty-seven-year-old cousin, Natasha Hays.

Mary J. Blige is dusting off her acting chops and returning to the small screen in a huge way.