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'How to Get Away with Murder' Creator Calls Decision to End Series 'Brutal'

AceShowbiz Friday, 12 July 2019 ()
In a statement about season 6 being the ABC series' final run, Peter Nowalk expresses his gratitude over the chance 'to give all the characters their own killer endings.'
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ABC is closing the case of "How to Get Away with Murder." CNN reports that ABC has announced the cancellation on Thursday. The upcoming sixth season of the Viola Davis-starring legal drama will be its last. The series creator, Pete Nowalk, released a statement to CNN. "Deciding to end this series was...

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