During season three of ABC’s hit show Scandal, a montage scene closes out the eighth episode, “Vermont Is for Lovers, Too,” where we see a gruesome murder. Then one of the show’s main characters, Huck (Guillermo Diaz), insinuates he’s going to torture his colleague Quinn (Katie Lowes), and Olivia Pope (Kerry Washington) sees her long-lost mother moments before the credits flash. It’s an arresting visual that left viewers with one of creator Shonda Rhimes’ classic Scandal cliffhangers. But making it all the more compelling was Otis Redding’s “Try a Little Tenderness” playing as the scenes unfolded.
ABC’s Jimmy Kimmel Live will continue to mine Scandal following next week’s season three finale.
The late-night series will air a special edition — titled Jimmy Kimmel Live: Behind the Scandalabra — on Thursday, April 17 following the season three finale.
During the episode, which starts at 11:35 p.m. — 35 minutes after the finale — Kimmel will sit down for an exclusive on-set interview with Scandal showrunner Shonda Rhimes, fielding burning questions about the season and more.
The episode will also feature special appearances and inside secrets from the Scandal cast as well as include a never-before-seen Scandal blooper reel and the full anthology of Kimmel’s Spanish-language telenovela Escandalo, which ended its run this week (watch the finale, below).
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Sebastian Roché, who was most recently seen in primetime as THE ORIGINALS’ evil bloodsucker Mikael, is getting ready to sink his teeth into another role, this time on ABC’s SCANDAL!
“I’ll be on SCANDAL this coming Thursday, April 3, for a few episodes,” the actor tweeted. “Tell everyone!” He also posted photos of himself on set and with series star Kerry Washington. “Wonderful cast!” he enthused.
Who will Roché be playing? You’ll have to tune in this Thursday to find out!
Halle Berry is getting a little scandalous.
Scandal star Josh Malina has just landed a guest starring gig on Extant, CBS’ highly anticipated new summer series starring Berry, E! News has exclusively learned. And it looks like David Rosen is going from the courthouse to the emergency room!
In the drama, which comes from Steven Spielberg, Malina will play Dr. Scott Beck, the lead doctor in an emergency room of the near-future. Known for his blunt bedside manner, Dr. Beck will deliver some chilling news to Molly Woods (Berry).