Zetna Fuentes is a director on How to Get Away with Murder.



Zetna Fuentes is a television and theatre director and will next be directing “Madam Secretary” on CBS. Her recent credits include “How to Get Away with Murder,” “Scandal,” “Zoo,” “Grey’s Anatomy,” and multiple episodes of “Jane the Virgin,” “iZombie,” “Forever,” “Pretty Little Liars,” “The Fosters” and “Switched at Birth.” Zetna’s episode of “Scandal,” Dog-Whistle Politics, is #3 on Time Magazine’s Top 10 TV Episodes of 2015. Zetna previously directed on the CBS daytime drama “Guiding Light” and the ABC daytime drama “One Life To Live” for which she was nominated for a 2012 Daytime Emmy Award – her third nomination in that category. In 2012, she completed the Disney/ABC DGA Directing Program as well as the CBS Directing Initiative. Zetna began her directing career in New York theatre working on numerous critically acclaimed Off-Broadway productions. Her theatre credits include directing Safe by Ron Fitzgerald (“United States of Tara” and “Friday Night Lights”) and co-directing both Francine Volpe’s The Given and Late Fragment with Michael Imperioli, all at Studio Dante. Zetna also directed Crossing the Border (Eduardo Machado), Hagridden (Don Nigro), Croatoan (Don Nigro), The Mary Celeste (Don Nigro) and Beer and Earrings (Mike Batistick). She was also a guest director for Eduardo Machado’s NYU Graduate Playwriting Collaboration Class.

Previously, Zetna worked for The Independent Film Channel (IFC), including directing, writing and producing on-air promotions. For IFC, she also worked on original programs including the “Focus” series, “Beyond Borders” and several behind-the-scenes “Making Of” programs. Zetna was recently elected as an Alternate Board Member to the Directors Guild of America’s National Board and serves as an Alternate on the Western Directors Council. She previously served on the Eastern Directors Council of the DGA and was the Co-Chair of the DGA’s Eastern Diversity Steering Committee and Co-Chair of the DGA’s Latino Committee. She was born and raised in the Bronx and was the recipient of the 2006 Groundbreaking Latina in the Arts Award from Catalina Magazine and the National Association of Latina Leaders (NALL).[1]



Season 2
"It's Time to Move On" "She's Dying" "It's Called the Octopus" "Skanks Get Shanked" "Meet Bonnie"
"Two Birds, One Millstone" "I Want You to Die" "Hi, I'm Philip" "What Did We Do?" "What Happened to You, Annalise?"
"She Hates Us" "It's a Trap" "Something Bad Happened" "There's My Baby" "Anna Mae"
Season 3
"We're Good People Now" "There Are Worse Things Than Murder" "Always Bet Black" "Don't Tell Annalise" "It's About Frank"
"Is Someone Really Dead?" "Call It Mother's Intuition" "No More Blood" "Who's Dead?" "We're Bad People"
"Not Everything's About Annalise" "Go Cry Somewhere Else" "It's War" "He Made a Terrible Mistake" "Wes"
Season 4
"I'm Going Away" "I'm Not Her" "It's for the Greater Good" "Was She Ever Good at Her Job?" "I Love Her"
"Stay Strong, Mama" "Nobody Roots for Goliath" "Live. Live. Live." "He's Dead" "Everything We Did Was For Nothing"
"He's a Bad Father" "Ask Him About Stella" "Lahey v. Commonwealth of Pennsylvania" "The Day Before He Died" "Nobody Else Is Dying"


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