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Scandal's Shonda Rhimes Reveals Harrison's Fate, Talks Season of Abby

Kerry Washington and Columbus Short

When Scandal returns, the ABC political fixer drama will waste no time resolving many of the jaw-dropping cliff-hangers that fans have been discussing all summer.

In the Season 3 finale, Olivia Pope (Kerry Washington) inadvertently fulfilled her father Rowan's (Joe Morton) wishes by boarding a plane with Jake (Scott Foley), leaving behind Washington D.C. and Fitz (Tony Goldwyn). Little did she know, daddy dearest murdered Fitz and Mellie's (Bellamy Young) son in a bid to become Command of B613 again and insure that POTUS would stay in office.

Scandal: Who didn't survive the season finale?

The only person who figured it out was the one man who had a gun pointed at his head in the closing moments of the finale. And Harrison's fate is certainly up in the air now that Columbus Short will not be returning to the show. So, what does this mean for the Gladiators in Season 4? TVGuide.com sat down with showrunner Shonda Rhimes to get the scoop: read more

Tony Goldwyn Takes on a Scandalous New Role

Tony Goldwyn

Fitz fans, brace yourselves: Tony Goldwyn, aka President Fitzgerald Grant on ABC's hit drama Scandal, is taking on the role of another troubled, charismatic leader — but this one won't be making anybody swoon. In the new Lifetime biopic Outlaw Prophet: Warren Jeffs (airing Saturday at 8/7c), Goldwyn portrays the fundamentalist Mormon church head whose crimes against his own flock landed him in the headlines — and on the FBI's Most Wanted list.

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Scandal Shocker: Columbus Short Not Returning for Season 4

Columbus Short

Another member of OPA has checked out.

Columbus Short will not return for the fourth season of ABC's Scandal, TVGuide.com has confirmed. A source says that the actor's contract option was... read more

The Writers' Room Goes Behind the Scenes With Comic Book Adaptations

Jim Rash, Robert Kirkman and Blair Butler

Zombies have treated the brains behind AMC's The Walking Dead very well. But Robert Kirkman, who originated the comic book series that inspired the show, admits the early days of his career were slower than, well, the undead. "You have to be crazy to get into [writing]," Kirkman tells SundanceTV's The Writers' Room, which digs into the art of creating some of TV's biggest series. "I went massively into debt."

On April 25's special comic book-themed episode, Kirkman recounts some of the obstacles he faced in getting the TV adaptation of... read more

Scandal Postmortem: Are Olivia and Fitz Over for Good?

Tony Goldwyn

[Warning: This story contains major spoilers from Thursday's Scandal finale. Read at your own risk!]

Fitz finally got what he wanted  it just cost him the one thing he cares about most.

Thursday's Scandal season finale, aptly titled "The Price of Free and Fair Election," found Fitz (Tony Goldwyn) getting elected to president for his second term on his own — and with a little (OK, a lot of) help from the death of his son Jerry (Dylan Minnette), who was killed with a strain of bacterial meningitis. Naturally, Fitz assumed Maya Pope (Khandi Alexander) was behind the dastardly deed after her attempt to blow him up at the church failed.

Scandal: Who didn't survive the season finale?

But it was... read more

Scandal: Who Didn't Survive the Season Finale?

Tony Goldwyn, Scott Foley, Kerry Washington

[Warning: This story contains major spoilers from Thursday's Scandal finale. Read at your own risk!]

Scandal's season finale was quite explosive — but it wasn't the bomb that was the most shocking moment.  

The big bomb scare was actually quickly resolved in the opening moments of Thursday's episode, with Jake (Scott Foley) arriving at the Oval Office to tell Fitz (Tony Goldwyn) about the bomb at the church before it exploded, which allowed them to evacuate in time. Unfortunately... read more

Scandal: Jake Ballard Was Never Meant to Be a Hero

Scott Foley

To say that Scandal fans are very vocal about the ABC political fixer drama would be an understatement. But those devoted Gladiators took things to a whole new level after Thursday's shocking episode, in which Jake Ballard (Scott Foley) brutally killed James Novak (Dan Bucatinsky) in order to protect the Republic.

Scandal's Jeff Perry: Cyrus can't let this death be in vain

Viewers were distraught that Jake had seemingly crossed a line by killing a character — and two other women — that they had come to care about. Even worse, this meant that fans' beloved Jake, who had become a love interest for Scandal's fearless leader Olivia Pope (Kerry Washington), had gone to the dark side! Oh no!

But let's get something straight: read more

Scandal's Jeff Perry: Cyrus Can't Let This Death Be in Vain

Jeff Perry, Dan Bucatinsky

[Warning: This story contains major spoilers from Thursday's episode of Scandal. Read at your own risk!]

Scandal lost one of its own on Thursday in one of the most shocking scenes of the season. After Jake (Scott Foley), as the new head of B613, killed the two women connected to White House mole Publius, James... read more

Scandal Reveals Who Got Shot, Says Goodbye to One of Its Own

Scott Foley

[Warning: This story contains major spoilers from Thursday's episode of Scandal. Read at your own risk!]

Scandal has had its fair share of shocking moments, but the opening of Thursday's episode took the ABC political fixer drama to a new level by quickly revealing exactly who got shot and proving that executive producer Shonda Rhimes is not afraid to kill someone off one of her shows, even if you are... read more

Scandal: Who Got Shot?

Jeff Perry and Kerry Washington

Thursday's episode of Scandal turned shockingly deadly, though the complete body count seemingly won't be revealed until next week.

With the debate quickly approaching, David Rosen (Josh Malina) turned to OPA with the truth that Cyrus (Jeff Perry) and Mellie (Bellamy Young) helped Sally (Kate Burton) cover up her husband's murder. (Fun fact: All three presidential candidates are murderers!) But... read more

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