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March 17, 2018   Jules   Scandal Be first to comment

After seven years of success, ABC hit Scandal is coming to an end. Star Kerry Washington shared her appreciation for co-stars and crew by throwing them a huge goodbye dinner party and providing the television family with some pretty impressive parting gifts. Washington shared photos from the star-studded night out, which took place at STK Los Angeles. Read More here

March 17, 2018   Jules   Scandal Be first to comment

Dust off your white hats, gladiators. The cast of Scandal will reunite for a live table reading of the series finale on April 19—the same day that the episode will air on ABC. The event will take place at 8 p.m. at the El Capitan Theatre in Hollywood. All proceeds will benefit The Actors Fund, a human services organization that “fosters stability and resiliency, and provides a safety net for performing arts and entertainment professionals over their lifespan.” Read More here

March 3, 2018   Jules   Scandal Be first to comment

ABC’s Scandal/How to Get Away with Murder crossover storylines goosed both shows’ stats Thursday to better-than-most-recent-airing levels. Read More here

February 22, 2018   Jules   Scandal Be first to comment

It’s interesting that this show that’s so dramatic comes from such a utopian place.
I think it’s why. We’re all so goofy. Of course when we get super serious scenes, we take it seriously, and we give each other space, and the time to prepare and focus. But I have to be honest, at [Quinn Perkins and Associates], when it’s me and Guillermo [Diaz], and Kerry, and George [Newbern], and Darby [Stanchfield], or whatever. We’re silly as hell. We sing, and we dance a lot, and we hang out a lot, and we make fun of each other a lot. And I feel like that’s made the healthy work environment that allows us to kind of be as dark as we need to when they call us. I couldn’t imagine how exhausting it would be to be that intense, and that dark, in between all the takes, too.

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February 17, 2018   Jules   Event/Appearance, Scandal Be first to comment

Twelve “Scandal” cast members will appear on an upcoming “Ellen.”
According to tentative TV listings, the February 28 “Ellen” will feature appearances by Kerry Washington, Tony Goldwyn, Scott Foley, Bellamy Young, Jeff Perry, Darby Stanchfield, Katie Lowes, Guillermo Diaz, Josh Malina, Joe Morton, George Newbern and Cornelius Smith, Jr. will represent “Scandal” on the popular daytime talk show. Read More here

February 17, 2018   Jules   Site Updates Be first to comment

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February 4, 2018   Jules   Scandal Be first to comment

On the episode “Army of One” – Mellie’s plans to name Jake as her new chief of staff only propels Olivia to do whatever it takes to make sure that does not happen. Back at Papa Pope’s house, Quinn becomes restless, wondering just how long Rowan intends to keep her and Robin hidden from the outside world. Meanwhile at QPA, Abby, Huck and Charlie decide that it’s time to move forward with new clients when their first case leads to surprising intel, on “Scandal,” airing THURSDAY, FEB. 8 (9:00-10:00 p.m. EST), on The ABC Television Network, streaming and on demand Read More here

January 13, 2018   Jules   Scandal Be first to comment

Quinn Perkins is dead — at least, that’s what Scandal would like you to think. Maybe she is. Maybe she isn’t. But it looks like Charlie and Huck may be on a mission for revenge when the Shondaland drama returns — and EW has an exclusive first look. For those who may not remember, Rowan (Joe Morton) gave Olivia (Kerry Washington) an ultimatum in the fall finale: Return his dinosaur bones or he’d kill Quinn (Katie Lowes), who had been missing since her wedding day. When Liv refused to relent, Rowan seemingly shot a screaming Quinn. To be fair, it was off-screen, so there’s a good chance she’s still alive, but still! Read More here

January 13, 2018   Jules   Scandal Be first to comment

When “Scandal” launched in the spring of 2012, there was little fanfare. Reviews for the political prime-time soap from “Grey’s Anatomy” czar Shonda Rhimes were lukewarm and its ratings were nothing to boast about. Six years later, it’s wrapping its run as a TV show credited with spearheading the era of must-tweet TV and lauded for its unapologetic portrayal of female empowerment, particularly with regard to its black female protagonist. Read More here

January 7, 2018   Jules   Scandal Be first to comment

TGIT worlds will collide later this season when Annalise Keating and Olivia Pope share the screen during How to Get Away with Murder and Scandal crossover episodes, ABC confirmed today. Kerry Washington and Viola Davis posted the news early this morning and it was confirmed by Shonda Rhimes and Pete Nowalk, executive producer of How to Get Away with Murder. Read More here