Even the First Lady of America has her own favorite TV shows. Before her husband, Donald Trump, assumed the presidency, Melania is already fond of watching murder mysteries and dramas.

This is what reporter Katie Rogers revealed to the New York Times. “Melania Trump recently told me her favorite show is ‘How to Get Away With Murder,’” said Rogers. “I love that the first lady is a Shondaland fan. She also enjoys ‘Empire.’ And reality TV did not come up once.”

Melania’s choice of TV shows is surprising, especially since Shonda Rhimes, the executive producer of “How to Get Away With Murder,” is a critic of her husband.

Rhimes earlier called Trump a “hypocrite” after he attacked an African-American Army widow and criticized NFL players for protesting the national anthem due to racial injustice, reported The Independent. Meanwhile, “Empire” creator Lee Daniels is also another critic of the president. Daniels once said that Trump’s presidency is a “reflection of who we are. He is our karma.”

When “How to Get Away With Murder” Season 4 returns next year, executive producer Pete Nowalk said it will deliver more bloodshed and heartache. “As far as you know, it didn’t happen in the premiere. You didn’t see a murder, but anything could’ve happened in that flash forward,” Nowalk told Entertainment Weekly. “There will be more bloodshed and tragedy.”

During the mid-season finale, Annalise Keating (Viola Davis) helped Laurel Castillo (Karla Souza) as she gave birth prematurely in the elevator. She tried to resuscitate the baby, and before the series closed, a cry reverberated.

Whether or not the baby survived remains to be seen. Whatever the case, Souza said the baby will bring Annalise and Laurel as well as the rest of the Keating 5 together, and hopefully, they will now work with each other in avenging the death of Wes Gibbons (Alfred Enoch).

“Everything Laurel does is because of that baby being the way of her redemption. So, it gives it a lot more weight,” Souza told E! News.

“How to Get Away with Murder” Season 4 airs every Thursday at 10 p.m. EDT on ABC.