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In tonight's season 3 finale of "Scandal," titled "The Price of Free and Fair Education," everything Olivia Pope, played by Kerry Washington, has been working toward all season came to a screeching halt, with the presidency and her sanity hanging in the balance.
Check out 5 highlights from the "Scandal" season 3 finale, titled "The Price of Free and Fair Education," which aired on Thursday, April 17. Warning: Spoilers ahead! RATE tonight's finale in our poll below.
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A new episode of "Scandal" never fails to provide enough shock and OMG moments to get a few topics about the show trending on Twitter and with the way the last episode ended, it seems like the season finale coming up this week will have enough twists in store to keep the show's die-hard fans tweeting up a storm.
George Newbern, who plays B-613 agent Charlie on the series, recently talked to Rachel Smith, host of the "On The Red Carpet" TV show and OTRC.com and teased a little info about what's Charlie has in store for Huck and Quinn.
In tonight's episode of "Scandal," titled "Flesh and Blood," the hunt for Maya kept Olivia Pope, played by Kerry Washington, and her team watching their backs, but despite their best efforts, the reality of the season's penultimate episode is simple, yet harsh: no one is safe.
Check out 5 highlights from the episode "Flesh and Blood," which aired on Thursday, April 10. Warning: Spoilers ahead.
To some, George Newbern might be known as Bryan MacKenzie, the well-to-do fiance of Annie (Kimberly Williams) in the 1991 film "Father of the Bride." However, most TV viewers will probably know him now as Charlie, the violent B-613 agent with a snarky attitude on "Scandal."
The actor talked to Rachel Smith, host of the "On The Red Carpet" TV show and OTRC.com, recently about the show, sweating during table reads, his character and more.
In tonight's episode of "Scandal," titled "The Fluffer," Olivia Pope, played by Kerry Washington, had her authority challenged as the Grant campaign manager/Queen of Fixing ... and she fought back with guns blazing.
Check out 5 highlights from the episode "The Fluffer," which aired on Thursday, April 3. Warning: Spoilers ahead.
"Scandal," "Breaking Bad" and "House of Cards" are just some of the winners of this year's Peabody Awards.
The University of Georgia's Grady School of Journalism, which chooses the winners every year, announced the 46 recipients of the 73rd Annual Peabody Awards on Wednesday, April 2. The awards will be presented to the winners on May 19 in a luncheon ceremony hosted by "This American Life" host Ira Glass.
In tonight's episode of "Scandal," titled "Mama Said Knock You Out," the First Children made their grand return to the White House, although it was definitely not the family reunion any of them were hoping for.
Check out 5 highlights from the episode "Mama Said Knock You Out," which aired on Thursday, March 27. Warning: Spoilers ahead.
Columbus Short, who plays Harrison Wright on the ABC series "Scandal," was arrested on Wednesday, March 26, on suspicion of felony battery with serious bodily injury after allegedly punching a man at a Los Angeles restaurant earlier this month.
The 31-year-old actor has not commented. He was detained by police in Claremont, California and released after posting a $50,000 bond. He faces up to four years in state prison if convicted.