Scandal continues to dominate in the ratings race during the 10 pm Thursday night timeslot in the coveted adults 18-49 demographic. The show was up 45 percent from the same week last year in the demo, increasing from a 2.0 in Fall 2012 to a 2.9 in Fall 2013. READ MORE
Season 3 of Scandal is shaping up to be the Season of Mellie! While Bellamy Young’s character was once only an obstacle to Fitz (Tony Goldwyn) and Olivia’s (Kerry Washington) happiness, she’s become so much more.
Tonight’s Scandal was a kind of origin story of sorts, which showed how Mellie became the frigid, political animal she is today. READ MORE
On today's Pop Confidential Jamey Giddens, Luke Kerr, Jillian Bowe, Melodie Aikels and Jenna Dorsi dish the latest twists and turns of the fall television season, including:
Is The Good Wife the best show on broadcast television? What is up with an evil Peter Pan on Once Upon a Time? Why is Jafar on Once Upon a Time in Wonderland? Is Olivia Pope's mother really dead on Scandal? Could Congresswoman Josephine Marcus (Lisa Kudrow) be Sarah Palin, but with a brain on the ABC sudser?
The Vampire Diaries has too many doppelgangers. Tyler crosses over to The Originals to go after Klaus. Downton Abbey gets another season. NBC wants to reboot Murder She Wrote. Is Dracula good, or do you find it boring?
What's up with Justin Bieber, tagging and whoring his way through Brazil?
All this and much more on today's Pop Confidential episode!
Olivia (Kerry Washington) was starting to unravel. Suffice it to say, she did not handle hearing her lover may have killed her mother, at her father’s request, well. READ MORE
Treme and former CSI: Miami alum Khandi Alexander has been cast as Olivia Pope's (Kerry Washington) mother by ABC's hit show Scandal, according to The Hollywood Reporter. The character, whom Olivia learned may have been killed by her true love Fitz (Tony Goldwyn), will be seen in flashbacks starting Thursday night.
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Scandal star Kerry Washington hosted Saturday Night Live on November 2 and the long-running show wasn't afraid to take a hit by acknowledging its lack of black female comedians. During the open, Washington was asked to played Michelle Obama, Oprah and Beyonce all in one segment. Watch clips from Washington's SNL hosting gig after the jump!