Are we gladiators, or are we b*****s? You already know the answer.
The Mar. 5 installment told the story of an unarmed black teen who was shot and killed by a white police officer in the streets of Washington D.C. WARNING: SPOILERS AHEAD.
Once a Gladiator, always a Gladiator! WARNING: Spoilers ahead for the Feb. 19 episode.
Valentine’s Day: It’s handled.
ABC powerhouse writer and producer Shonda Rhimes gave us countless thrilling stories on Grey’s Anatomy and Scandal this year. (Sadly, we couldn’t include How to Get Away With Murder since she is an executive producer.) WARNING: ALL OF THE SPOILERS!
Only Magic Mike and night cheese can fix this.
“You’re drunk.” “That’s impossible. A lady never gets drunk.” *WARNING: potential spoilers ahead*
Not everyone can be a Gladiator.
The few. The Proud. The Shondas.
Fill out this job application and see if you should be Olivia Pope’s newest gladiator.
Shonda Rhimes, make RiRi a GladiatoriRi.
“I-N-D-E-P-E-N-D-E-N-T, do you know what that means?”
It may be just one expression, but it’s worth a thousand emotions.
Prove that you’re a REAL gladiator.
Buckle up: It’s gonna be a wild ride.
It’s hard out here being a BOSS.
Break out your Olivia Pope oversized wine glasses.
No, seriously. Where is she?
The star of Shonda Rhimes’ unpredictable drama talks about working while pregnant, the unraveling of Olivia Pope during the “dark season,” and why she’s “blessed” to have received an Emmy nomination.
The leading ladies of Rhimes’ three shows — Grey’s Anatomy, Scandal, and How to Get Away With Murder — tried to find out what’s in store for their characters.
They both take place in D.C. and involve the government, but those aren’t the only things Olivia Pope & Associates and the CIA have in common.
Shonda Rhimes’ political thriller always leaves you guessing, but entertainment editorial director Jace Lacob and staff writer Emily Orley take a stab as to what might happen by the end of the third season. Let the wild speculation begin!
Love her or hate her, first lady Mellie Grant is a force to be reckoned with on Scandal. Her portrayer Bellamy Young spoke to BuzzFeed about playing such a divisive character, the double standards women face, and why Mellie should never be underestimated.