Scott Foley knows who kidnapped Olivia on Scandal. And according to him, “It’s so good.” So wait, does that mean it isn’t the vice president? READ FULL STORY
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Although the complete PaleyFest lineup will be released on Tuesday, Jan. 20, the Paley Center for Media announced today that Scandal, The Good Wife, Arrow, and The Flash will be the year’s first honorees. This will mark a return to the stage for The Good Wife, Scandal, and Arrow, and freshman series The Flash will make its PaleyFest debut.
As usual, PaleyFest will feature premiere screenings and exclusive conversations with the stars and teams behind chosen television series. For those watching from home, PaleyFest is teaming up with Yahoo Screen to livestream the interactive panel sessions. They’ll also offer video-on-demand content after each event.
PaleyFest will take place at the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood from March 6 to March 13.
Jason Butler Harner has landed a recurring role on Scandal, EW has learned exclusively.
Warning: This story contains major spoilers from Thursday’s midseason finale of Scandal.
During Scandal’s midseason finale, Olivia seemingly left D.C. once again—but this time, it wasn’t by choice.
Scandal fans have known all along that Rowan Pope (Joe Morton), the nefarious leader of B613, is not a good guy. Fortunately, Olivia (Kerry Washington), Fitz (Tony Goldwyn) and Jake (Scott Foley) are all now in the know, too.
After Rowan basically framed Jake for the murders of Harrison (Columbus Short) and POTUS’ son, Jerry (Dylan Minnette), Olivia set out to clear her boyfriend’s name, finally uncovering the truth that her father was the mastermind behind it all. Why’d he do it? To ensure Fitz would stay in the White House for another four years and allow Rowan to his job back as the head of the country’s shady black ops organization.
Four seasons into Scandal and Abby Whelan (Darby Stanchfield) is still somewhat of a mystery. Viewers have slowly learned that Olivia’s (Kerry Washington) right-hand woman was previously in an arranged political marriage, in which her husband, Charles Putney (Michael Trucco), physically beat her until Olivia freed her from her wedded nightmare.
There are few people on Scandal who actually wear the White Hat. The main characters of the ABC political fixer drama are a hodgepodge of murderers and cheaters. Hell, even POTUS (Tony Goldwyn) is a killer. And Olivia Pope (Kerry Washington) has progressively found it harder and harder to stand in the sun as the seasons go on. So, when all is said and done, what does that mean for the end of the show: Can any of these characters actually get a happy ending?
After a rough—albeit gif-tastic—start to the fourth season of Scandal, Mellie has finally traded in her Uggs and fried chicken for behavior more fitting of a First Lady. But all that will be somewhat tested on Thursday’s episode, when a former First Lady (Carol Locatell) comes back into the picture. Little does Mellie know, the previous FLOTUS is far from upstanding.
We’re finally going to meet Abby Whelan’s abusive ex-husband. Battlestar Galactica alum Michael Trucco has landed the role on Scandal, EW has learned.
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