"How to Get Away With Murder" is pretty racy as it is, but ET found out what shots went too far.
Perhaps the most notable incident was when the censors got a hold of Karla Souza (Laurel) and Charlie Weber's (Frank) basement romp. What part got left on the cutting room floor?
"Laurel taking charge of where Frank's hand goes," Karla said cryptically.
"HTGAWM" executive producer Peter Nowalk admitted that the show's reputation for eyebrow-raising content is fair, but they are able to stay within the guidelines of the network.
"We do push the envelope sometimes with our sex scenes," he said. "But ABC has always been supportive, and we stick within the rules."
The cast gave tips for keeping within these rules.
"You have to be very careful with your facial expressions," Aja Naomi King said.
"The feet is only part that I will show," Viola Davis joked. "That's it. Ankle down -- perfect!"
Additionally, camera angles and quick cutting can be another way to keep the scene hot while complying with censors.
But the show isn't all about sex. In this week's episode, Annalise Keating's protégés discover a shocking new suspect in the case concerning the Hapstall children, who are accused of killing their billionaire parents, while Annalise takes on a new client.
"How to Get Away With Murder" airs Thursdays on ABC.