29th October 2014

It’s an interesting question, how far would you go to help a loved one? Your parents, partner or children? What about a friend? To mark the UK season premiere of How to Get Away with Murder, the new TV show from Grey’s Anatomy and Scandal creator, Shonda Rhimes, we put four friends to the ultimate test as part of a social experiment.

Lured to a secret London location and set about a series of tasks, each friend tested the one person they thought they could trust with just about anything. Would they lie to the police? Cover up a ‘serious’ crime? Check it out here!

It’s an interesting debate and so thought the MailMirror and Metro, who all covered the video on their homepage and video channels. The experiment has to date racked up almost 70k views on YouTube and the Mail article alone has received 500 shares. PR Examples also featured the experiment this week.

Alongside the experiment we ran a researching piece polling the UK on how far they would go to protect a loved one, with over half of those questioned saying they wouldn’t hesitate to cover up a loved ones crime, which featured in Daily Star, and this interesting, key message packed, columnist takeover in Daily Express.

See how far the students go in How to Get Away With Murder, Wednesday’s at 10pm on Universal Channel.

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