The season's hottest break-out series are officially a part of the fall ABC roster.
According to Deadline, ABC picked up How to Get Away With Murder and Black-Ish for two and nine more episodes respectively, bringing the first season orders to 15 and 22.
How to Get Away With Murder debuted to 14.3 million viewers, a 3.9 demo rating and now ranks as the biggest 10 p.m. drama debut in two years.
Black-Ish's full-season pick up comes after the series debuted as the fall's top new comedy. The comedy starring Tracee Ellis Ross and Anthony Anderson will change show runners with Jonathan Groff taking over for Larry Wilmore.
Fans can catch How to Get Away With Murder Thursdays at 10p.m. and Black-Ish Wednesdays at 9:30 p.m. on ABC.