03:44 PM EDT 02/10/2016
Originally posted 02/09/2016 09:00AM
In a sneak peek exclusive to PEOPLE, Olivia (Kerry Washington) is reunited with her devious dad Eli aka Rowan aka Pape Pope (Joe Morton) is what is a truly bizarre case of season 2 deja vu. They sit down for dinner like he didn't run a shadowy government organization, assassinate the president's son and basically order a PTSD-plagued operative to fall in love with her. The red wine is flowing, and everything's nice and cordial until women at a nearby table fan-girl over her, snapping a not-so surreptitious photo and mouthing, "We love you!"
"Celebrity," he says, amused. "Has your newfound notoriety been good for business?"
Tony Goldwyn Teases Scandal's Winter Premiere: 'Fitz Is Alone Really for the First Time in His Life'
Originally posted 02/05/2016 10:35PM
Scandal is almost back – and it's taking a big leap forward.
"We start six months after the last episode ended, so you sort of flash-forward," Tony Goldwyn, who plays President Fitzgerald Grant, told PEOPLE and a group of reporters at the U.S. Premiere of Debbie Allen's Freeze Frame Gala Performance in Beverly Hills on Thursday.
Originally posted 01/30/2016 08:20PM
She plays First Lady on Scandal, and now Bellamy Young is getting to collaborate with a real-life member of a former First Family.
Originally posted 01/26/2016 10:00AM
In a revealing essay written for More magazine, Goldwyn recounts how his mother Jennifer Howard put aside her acting career for his father (and later his stepfather).
"The theater was in Mom's blood. She did some prestigious shows … but she eventually gave up acting," Goldwyn writes. "Perhaps she didn't have what it takes. But my suspicion is that she lacked the support she needed from my dad (the film producer Samuel Goldwyn Jr.) and felt that her primary duty was to be a wife and mother.
Originally posted 01/08/2016 02:00PM
Hillary Clinton's competitiveness came in handy during an upcoming appearance on The Ellen DeGeneres Show, where the Democratic frontrunner played the game "Heads Up" with DeGeneres and Scandal star Tony Goldwyn.
Ellen DeGeneres Will Give $10,000 to Charity if Darby Stanchfield Can Sneak This Hilarious Fan Art into Scandal
Originally posted 12/02/2015 11:50AM
Darby Stanchfield is taking on Ellen DeGeneres' Scandal prop challenge.
Originally posted 11/21/2015 06:10PM
Plus, they spill cute Scandal style secrets
Originally posted 11/20/2015 11:25AM
Warning: Spoilers follow.
Originally posted 11/20/2015 10:45AM
In the final installment of Shonda Rhimes "very first" tv show – AKA Jimmy Kimmel's hilarious spoof – frontrunner Hunter Ulysses Whitman (Tony Goldwyn) faces a last minute rival.
While the Scandal parody's other candidates have all mysteriously been expelled, Goldwyn's Hunter remains untouched. Even with goodie-two-shoes Izzy (Portia de Rossi) now in competition, the jock still nabs victory with 359 votes to her zero.
Originally posted 11/19/2015 05:20PM
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