It appears the internet is divided when it comes to who they would choose to defend them if they were charged with murder. 

On Thursday, primetime TV fans began responding to the trending topic, “If you need a famous TV lawyer to get you off a hypothetical murder charge, who would you choose — Joe Proctor, Saul Goodman, Annalise Keating or Davis Maclean?”

Viola Davis portrayed Annalise Keating on the ABC show “How to Get Away With Murder,” and Bob Odenkirk plays Saul Goodman on the AMC series “Better Call Saul,” after originating it on “Breaking Bad.”

How to Get Away With Murder Viola Davis played the role of Annalise Keating on “How to Get Away With Murder.” Photo: ABC

Meanwhile, Joe Proctor was portrayed by Jerry Ferrara on the series “Power” while  Method Man portrays Davis Maclean in the Starz spin-off “Power Book II: Ghost.”

Although Joe and Davis have a history of representing some of the most dangerous criminals in New York City, the internet didn’t give the two big-city TV lawyers much consideration.

Instead, they were in a heated debate over whether Annalise or Saul was the better option.

One fan noted that Annalise had a history of getting charges with compelling evidence dropped.

“Annalise framed her boyfriend for killing her husband then got that same boyfriend off for killing her husband then got herself out of a life sentence after being framed for killing her husband. & she didn’t even kill her husband. She won,” one fan wrote

Another fan suggested the answer was in the title of the ABC series.“Is this a real question? The name of the show was ‘HOW TO GET AWAY WITH MURDER!’ Annalise Keating with no regrets.”

Meanwhile, one “HTGAWM” fan admitted Annalise would be their first choice, but their budget would only allow them to call Saul.

“Annalise is the obvious pick, but I’m calling Saul. He gets it done by ANY MEANS NECESSARY! And he’s affordable #BetterCallSaul,” the fan wrote.

Another fan added, “This man will tamper with evidence, go above and beyond with jury tampering, invoke the Mexican cartel, and has the silver-tongue abilities of Satan himself. Always a good time.” 

“HTGAWM” ended after six seasons in May 2020. Meanwhile “Better Call Saul” is expected to begin airing its sixth and final season in 2021.

Better Call saul Jimmy McGill/Saul Goodman (Bob Odenkirk, pictured here) goes to jail in “Better Call Saul” Season 3, episode 3. Photo: Michele K. Short/AMC/Sony Pictures Television