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May 26, 2014   Jules   Scandal Be first to comment

Olivia Pope or Raymond “Red” Reddington? That will be your choice in February of 2015 when ABC’s “Scandal” with Kerry Washington as Pope and James Spader as Reddington in NBC’s “The Blacklist” are scheduled to compete head-to-head at 9 p.m. Thursday. Continue @

May 11, 2014   Jules   Voicework Be first to comment

Actor George Newbern will voice the role of Superman in the highly anticipated videogame, “Batman: Arkham Knight” which releases October 14, 2014. Continue @

May 5, 2014   Jules   Scandal, UK Alert Be first to comment

Scandal is moving to Sky Living in the UK after being dropped by Channel 4. Digital Spy revealed April 29 that More4 will not air further episodes of the Kerry Washington series, after showing the first two seasons. Continue @

April 29, 2014   Jules   Event/Appearance Be first to comment

On Tuesday, May 30th, 2014 at 5:30 pm EST, George Newbern will be participating in an interactive video chat with his fans. The chat will be hosted on crowd-giving platform Wizeo, with proceeds benefitting the Gary Sinese foundation. During the chat, George will talk Scandal, his career in Hollywood, and answer questions from the virtual audience. Those interested can register for the chat here

April 19, 2014   Jules   Scandal Be first to comment

ABC’s “Scandal” closed its season very strong on Thursday, delivering the show’s best-ever finale numbers and its second highest rating overall. Not so hot in its exit on the night was CBS rookie comedy “The Crazy Ones,” which didn’t help its renewal with a modest one-hour season finale. Continue @

April 19, 2014   Jules   Interview Be first to comment

“Scandal” wraps up its season on Thursday night with an episode that puts the presidential candidates under pressure — and nothing is off limits as they each try to capture votes. But first, they have a funeral to attend, one that is only taking place because Maya/Marie (Khandi Alexander), Olivia’s mother, killed a prominent senator in order to get all the important people in Washington, D.C. in one place at the same time. Continue @