Six years and seven seasons later, gladiators are mourning the end of "Scandal" while expressing disappointment in the finale.
Shondaland fans' dreams came true when Olivia Pope and Annalise Keating joined forces for a special "Scandal" and "How to Get Away with Murder" crossover event.
"Scandal" seemed all too familiar when a forced resignation from the White House resulted in alleged Russian interference and a controversial memo.
"Scandal" used its platform this week to shine a very important light on a real issue our country is facing.
This week's episode of "Scandal" seemed all too familiar when a young activist gained widespread attention as he fought for the removal of a historical statue.
White hats on, gladiators: “Scandal” is back for it's seventh, and final, season — and Olivia Pope is doing what she does best: being the boss.
'Scandal' returns this week! In case you forgot what Olivia Pope and Co. were up to the last time we saw them, we’ve got you covered with this video catch-up guide.
The show started with Olivia asking Huck to kill her father, and it ended with Huck possibly being killed. When Huck went to kill Rowan, Papa Pope convinced him that someone close to Olivia was a mole. After Huck eliminated Quinn as a suspect, as if she would really be the mole, he grilled his new girlfriend, Meg, and accused her of taking advantage of him to get close to Olivia.
Jake and Papa Pope had some quality father-son bonding time on “Scandal” this week, as it was revealed that the two met on the night Gov. Vargas was assassinated. While Jake resisted Rowan at first, he gave in and accepted a mission. What was that mission? To kill Jennifer Fields, the Vargas campaign aide who fingered Cyrus Beene. In a flashback, we saw Jake in the cabin in the woods hooking up explosives and then walking away from the cabin in slow motion while it exploded.
Kerry Washington and Alec Baldwin were talking politics on The Late Late Show With James Corden, when James asked Kerry about her character, Olivia Pope, on Scandal. Kerry went on to suggest that it’s going to take more than just one person to fix things, saying that “it’s up to us because that’s what democracy means.
While Huck and Quinn walk through the woods toward a cabin, it explodes. Gov. Frankie Vargas pulls out a narrow victory over Mellie Grant. That's just the beginning.
It’s been several weeks since Olivia killed Andrew Nichols on "Scandal," and she’s running away from her problems by sleeping in her childhood bedroom as Jake and Papa Pope try to get her back to normal.
On Scandal, Olivia's former flame Edison Davis threw his hat into the presidential ring, and Olivia decided to spill Edison’s secrets to the other candidate.
Thursday’s episode of Scandal opened with Olivia Pope handcuffed in a cell as Fitz walked in and said, “Tell me it’s not true.” The show then flashed back to 48 hours earlier. While Olivia was vetting a potential location for his asylum status, Cyrus had the attorney general look into how Eli Pope escaped from prison and used that information to get closer to Fitz. Olivia was then arrested by the FBI and placed in a dark holding cell. As she started to explain, “Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow” by The Shirelles swelled, drowning out her words.