Tony Goldwyn

WATCH: Nia Long in Tony Goldwyn's WeTV Scripted Drama The Divide (TRAILER)



Not only does Scandal's Tony Goldwyn act and direct, he also creates television serials! Goldwyn and Richard LaGravenese co-helm WeTV's first original scripted drama, The Divide. READ MORE

Kerry Washington on Scandal's Season 3 Finale: "A Definite Game-Changer"


Election Day madness is upon us tonight on the season finale of ABC's Scandal. Last episode, Cyrus (Jeff Perry) learned Sally Langston (Kate Burton), Leo (Paul Adelstein) and Andrew (Jon Tenney), are all at a funeral. Did I forget to mention a ticking bomb is the guest of honor, courtesy of Maya (Khandi Alexander)? 

What exactly can "Gladiators" expect when the bomb goes off? Olivia Pope herself, Kerry Washington, dished to The Hollywood Reporter. Here's an excerpt:

THR: Sally, Andrew, Leo and more are all at the senator's funeral. How deadly can we expect the explosion to be and how will it impact the election?

Washington: The explosion has huge impact on the election, but I can't say more than that. It's a definite game-changer.

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Scandal's Tony Goldwyn Cast in Polygamist Lifetime Movie


Scandal heartthrob Tony Goldwyn has been cast as polygamist cult leader Warren Jeffs in a new Lifetime movie, according to The Hollywood Reporter.  

Based on the best-selling book When Men Become Gods by Stephen Singular, Outlaw Prophet will follow Jeffs' rise to power.  READ MORE

Scandal Finally Casts Fitz and Mellie's Children




Get ready to finally see the Grant children, Gladiators! According to TVLine, Dylan Minnette and Madeline Carroll will  play the roles of Jerry and Karen Grant on Scandal. READ MORE

INTERVIEW: Guillermo Diaz Previews What's Next For Scandal's "Ride-Or-Die Gladiators"




Scandal left its fans in suspense after its cliffhanger-filled midseason finale. Guillermo Diaz, who had one of this television season’s most memorable scenes when his character Huck yanked out a couple of Quinn’s (Katie Lowes) teeth, previewed what’s next for the tortured torturer. He also shared his thoughts on Fitz (Tony Goldwyn) and Olivia’s (Kerry Washington) future, and revealed why B613 will continue to be terrifying no matter who is in charge.

Daytime Confidential: All hell broke loose in the Scandal midseason finale. What’s next for Huck?

Guillermo Diaz: The first episode you guys are going to see in February, you’re going to see Huck is still struggling with the fact he tortured Quinn and I don’t think he feels bad about that. What he feels bad about is that he knows Olivia is going to be really upset. So I think he’s embarrassed in front of her, kind of like when you have a dog that chewed up a shoe, or did something bad and he knows he did something bad, so they kind of have their head down. Honestly, we’re only one episode ahead of the episode you guys are going to see in February. So we don’t know that much more. We’ve only shot one. We’re shooting the next one right now. So we don’t know that much more that happens, but it’s exciting. Scott Foley, Jake, is the head of B613 now. That’s going to be a really interesting storyline. You kind of see Jake not as dark as Huck, but you start to see little glimpses of the darkness that shows through. It’s really cool how they’re doing that. It’s fun. READ MORE

Scandal Recap: "A Door Marked Exit"


The last new Scandal episode of 2013 did not disappoint.  The high-charged outing saw several game changers that set up a wild second half of the season. 
 
Sally Murdered Her Husband
Viewers got to see the explosive fight that led to Sally (Kate Burton) stabbing Daniel Douglas (Jack Coleman) with a letter opener.  She bellowed his sodomy was threatening her career, and he mentioned how they both used each other. Daniel pointed out Sally has always been his beard.  He was finally going to leave her, thus ruining her shot at the presidency. READ MORE