Where to watch How to Get Away With Murder online in Australia

Law school is hard, but getting away with murder is even harder. Five students must avoid detection and keep up appearances by doing well in their classes.

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Season 1 (15 episodes), Season 2 (15 episodes), Season 3 (15 episodes), Season 4 (15 episodes)
Season 1, Season 2, Season 3, Season 4, Season 5
‪Season 1‬ (15 episodes), ‪Season 2‬ (15 episodes), ‪Season 3‬ (15 episodes), ‪Season 4‬ (15 episodes), ‪Season 5‬ (15 episodes)
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A group of first-year law students become entangled in a murder when they are in the wrong place at the wrong time. Along with their criminal defence law professor the group attempts to hide the crime and body, all while having to keep up their grades and work at their professor's law firm – and it's her husband they all killed. The guilt and realisation of what they have done eats away at the students, weighing heavily on their souls.

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Season One

Released 2014

Season Two

Released 2015

Season Three

Released 2016

Season Four

Released 2017

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