Shonda Rhimes continues to make her mark in the world of television as she moves from her successes with ABC creating Scandal and having her hands in How To Get Away With Murder on to Netflix with new series underway.

Rhymes spoke to Vulture about her switch from ABC to Netflix, stating, “It was time to start thinking about what I wanted to do next, and I was looking around, thinking about the idea of signing back up again and doing the same thing you’ve done a million times before. Watching all the content that was coming out there, I was thinking about what I was watching, what was exciting to me. I’d been talking to my friends who were making shows, seeing what they were getting to do. It felt like they seemed to be having more fun than anybody else. The people making their shows seemed to have the creative freedom that you want. I don’t mean that I didn’t have creative freedom at ABC: I’d worked very hard to earn it. But [with Netflix], it was just in a different way that didn’t require you to make a show that is an “ABC show” or to make a show that had a certain budget or tone to it. There was a freedom to get to do whatever I wanted: to not have to make 22 episodes, to make the show what I wanted it to be.”

Amid her move to Netflix, Rhimes has wrapped her seventh and final season of Scandal, while the Shondaland series, How To Get Away With Murder, Grey’s Anatomy, and Station 19 have been renewed for their next seasons. Rhimes’ latest creation is a series for Netflix that tells the story of New York con-artist, Anna Delvey.