'Scandal': Meet Olivia's Newest Client (Exclusive Video)

Another congressman turns to Pope & Associates in an exclusive clip from the second-season premiere of ABC's D.C.-set political fixer drama.

'Scandal': 'Everwood's' Tom Amandes and Brenda Strong get in trouble

ABC's "Scandal" will feature former "Desperate Housewife" Brenda Strong as a guest star this fall, and if she's contacting Olivia Pope, chances are her character is at least a little desperate this time as well.Strong and fellow "Everwood" alum Tom Amandes will guest-star in an episode of the ABC drama in the fall. (Amandes' casting was first reported by The Hollywood Reporter, while TV Guide broke the news on Strong). He'll play the governor of a state, with Strong as his wife. There's a chance both could extend their roles beyond one episode.(A third "Everwood" veteran, Debra Mooney, will also recur on "Scandal" this season. There's no word on whether her appearances will overlap with those of Amandes and Strong.)Just how they come into contact with Olivia (Kerry Washington) is being kept secret. But it's safe to assume it's not because everything is going swimmingly.Amandes and Strong both appeared on The WB's "Everwood," though never...

Scandal Sneak Peek: In Need of Lincoln

So much for forfeiting that access to the White House, huh? In a clip from the Scandal Season 2 premiere, we see Olivia conferring with Cyrus and offering the President's main confidant some advice that has to do with... Abraham Lincoln? Huh? Watch now to see what we mean:

Scandal Sneak Peek: The Man of the People?

After toying with the idea of being together once and for all, Olivia and Fitz parted ways last season on Scandal. Once she managed to help him get his image back in order, the political fixer from Pope & Associates turned in her badge and walked away from the White House. It made for a pretty crushing blow for an already promising season, the definition of putting the welfare of one's country before oneself, and added a bit of complexity to the upcoming second season. Olivia won't be able to stay away from the White House and an awkward, chemistry-filled interaction with the Commander-in-Chief seems to be in the imminent future. In a sneak peek from the second season premiere of Scandal ("White Hat's Off"), Olivia's back on the grounds of 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue, only this time she's not with the President. Rather, she's meeting Cyrus to discuss a lavish vacation that Fitz was caught taking - all bodyguards, yachts, and other status symbols, it might not have been the best idea in such a rough economic period. Particularly when the last scandal that involved him had to be squashed through lies and media manipulation thanks to Mellie. It became obvious last season that he didn't have the passion for the office anymore, but would he resort to (deliberate?) self-sabotage to force himself out of office? Or is this merely an oversight as a result of not having a media savvy presence on his team? Read More....

'Scandal' Season 2: 5 Spoilers You Need To Know

ABC's "Scandal" was a surprise mid-season hit last year, centering on professional "fixer" Olivia Pope (Kerry Washington) and her ragtag team of lawyers and associates. Season two (a whole 13 episo...

SCANDAL Season 2 Promo

If you’re dying to see what comes next on SCANDAL, this season 2 teaser might not help too much, but it sure is gorgeous to look at. Am I the only one dying for this show to return? I’m hooked! SCANDAL returns Thursday, September 27th at 10 PM on ABC Follow @GiveMeMyRemote and @marisaroffman on [...]

Scandal Scoop: Bellamy Young Promoted to Series Regular

Sorry, Olivia and Fitz fans: The president's malicious wife will be sticking around next season on Scandal . Bellamy Young has been promoted to series regular on the ABC professional fixer drama, has learned. During the first season...

'Scandal': Kerry Washington and the cast share crisis-management tips

Kerry Washington knows how to spark a few rumors, even if her latest role on "Scandal" has taught her otherwise."I hear Kerry is very hard to work with, is that true?" Washington jokes about herself,, holding up her iPhone to the rest of the cast like a microphone. "I heard...She's very mean and controlling on set, is that true?""We're all her little dragons," replies co-star Darby Stanchfield.The actress along with her colleagues on Shonda Rhimes' political thriller spoke to Zap2It at ABC's international upfront Sunday (May 20), sharing a few PR tips they picked up from while filming the show about the staff of a crisis-management firm.For Washington, the first move in a predicament is full disclosure."Tell the truth," she says. "And then ask yourself again, 'What am I holding back?' 'Cause that's usually the biggest problem is that people think they're being honest, but they're still holding back some things that you need to...

Scandal Spoiler: Will We Find Out Who Is Quinn Perkins in Season 2? - Exclusive

We don’t know about you, but last week’s Scandal finale (Season 1, Episode 7: "Grant: For the People") made us get on our hands and knees and start praying to the All-Knowing Shonda Rhimes for teasing us so much. Wetpaint Entertainment caught up with Columbus Short (Harrison Wright), Katie Lowes (Quinn Perkins), Darby Stanchfield (Abby Whelan), Joshua Malina (David Rosen) and Kerry Washington (Olivia Pope) at the Disney Media Distribution International Upfront in Burbank, CA over...

'Scandal' Season Finale: The First Lady Helps Out

On the " Scandal " (Thu., 10 p.m. ET on ABC) Season 1 Finale the President's ill-advised affair with a White House intern was threatening to destroy his political career. But then Olivia Pope ( Kerry Washington ) managed to enlist damage control help from an unexpected source. As the Vice-president's chief of staff was about to publicly reveal a recording of the president’s affair with the intern, the First Lady (Bellamy Young) coolly said, "we also figured out who the woman on the tape is. ... It was me." Check out HuffPost TV's interview with Kerry Washington in which she talks about the cliffhanger ending to her show's freshman season. TV Replay scours the vast television landscape to find the most interesting, amusing, and, on a good day, amazing moments, and delivers them right to your browser.