Scandal

2012, TV Show

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Scandal's Brian Letscher on Incriminating Twist and Turning a Guest Spot into a Killer Role

Brian Letscher

[WARNING: The following story contains spoilers about Thursday's episode of Scandal. Read at your own risk.]
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Scandal Supercut: Relive Every Awesome Drunk Mellie Moment

Bellamy Young

Olivia's got the red wine market cornered on Scandal, but no one can handle hard liquor like Mellie.

Fall TV Popularity Contest: Which new shows won you over? Vote now!

Ever since our favorite ...
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Stephen Collins Dropped by Agency Amid Abuse Allegations

Stephen Collins

Stephen Collins has been dropped by his agency amid allegations that hesexually abused at least three young girls, according to The Hollywood Reporter.

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Shonda Rhimes Is Taking On Comedy... with the Stars of Felicity!

Scott Foley

Noel may not have been able to make it last with — 12-year-old spoiler alert! —  Felicity, but apparently his friendship with Sean has stood the test of time.

Scott Foley and Greg Grunberg, who starred on Felicity together for four years, are teaming up with Foley's Scandal boss Shonda Rhimes for a new romantic comedy... read more

Scandal Cuts Stephen Collins from Upcoming Episode Amid Child Molestation Allegations

Kerry Washington; Stephen Collins

Not even Olivia Pope wants to touch this scandal.

One day after news broke that the NYPD is investigating former 7th Heaven actor Stephen Collins for allegedly molesting children, ABC has decided to remove his appearance from an upcoming episode of its hit drama Scandal.

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Q&A: TV's Power Producers Probe Primetime

Greg Berlanti, Shonda Rhimes

Most TV producers dream of finding one hit series. But for a handful of successful production company chiefs, one just isn't enough. These overachievers not only oversee several new and returning shows, they're currently developing and pitching another batch for next season. Meet some of this fall's power producers and what they're currently working on... read more

12 Things Shonda Rhimes Taught Us to Get Away with (Besides Murder)

Kerry Washington, Ellen Pompeo

How to Get Away with Murder's Annalise Keating (Viola Davis) is such an effective teacher that after only a few months in her class, Annie's students actually believe they know how to get away with murder. And you know what? We don't blame them.

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The 4 Most Revealing Quotes From Shonda Rhimes' Hollywood Reporter Profile

Shonda Rhimes

Will Shonda Rhimes ever get to a point where she doesn't have qualifiers as part of her resume?

In a lengthy interview with The Hollywood Reporter, the Grey's Anatomy and Scandal showrunner responds to the infamous New York Times article that described her as an "angry black woman." Rhimes says she's been trying for years to remove the words "black" and "female" from her description as a showrunner.

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Ratings: Scandal, Football Crush Gracepoint, NBC Comedies

Kate Walsh

New shows were no match for Scandal and football.

The ABC drama was Thursday's top-rated scripted show, drawing 10.4 million viewers and a 3.3 in the adults 18-to-49 demographic, trumping the series premieres of Fox's Gracepoint (4.8 million, 1.2), and NBC's Bad Judge (5.9 million, 1.3) and A to Z (4.8 million, 1.2). All three were down ...
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Ratings: How to Get Away with Murder Kills; Scandal Hits Series Highs

How to Get Away With Murder

How to Get Away with Murder murdered the competition Thursday night.

Shondaland's latest drama opened to 14 million viewers and a 3.8 in the adults 18-to-49 demographic, making it the top-rated series debut so far. Murder also improved two tenths on Scandal's performance in the slot last year.

Vote: Which fall premieres are hits? Which are misses?

Now opening up ABC's night at 8 o'clock, Grey's Anatomy (9.8 million, 3.0) was down four tenths ...
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Premiered: April 05, 2012, on ABC
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Premise: A former White House communications director opens a Washington, D.C. crisis-management firm in this drama based on the work of crisis manager Judy Smith, whose clients have included Monica Lewinsky and Justice Clarence Thomas.

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