Scandal is rounding out the first family.
The ABC drama has cast Dylan Minnette and Madeline Carroll to play Jerry and Karen, the children of President and First Lady Fitz (Tony Goldwyn) and Mellie (Bellamy Young).
The truth behind Operation Remington was finally revealed during Scandal's midseason finale, but it just wasn't quite what we were expecting.
With Mama Pope (Khandi Alexander) on a flight to Hong Kong, OPA takes the time to actually do a background check on her to find out her supposed crimes. However...
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Mama Pope lives!
At the close of last week's Scandal, viewers discovered that Maya (Khandi Alexander) is actually alive. As part of Operation Remington, a civilian plane containing Maya was shot down by Fitz (Tony Goldwyn) decades prior, but it turns out, Maya was removed from the plane before take-off and imprisoned by her husband Rowan/Eli (Joe Morton) for the last twenty or so years. Why has Maya been locked up? Will she get to reunite with daughter Olivia (Kerry Washington)? TVGuide.com caught up with Alexander to get the scoop:
Paramount Television has tapped Fringe duo Jeff Pinkner and Akiva Goldsman to co-write a pilot for a TV adaptation of Ghost, the studio announced Tuesday.
The 1990 film...