From 1972’s Golden Globe-winning telefilm That Certain Summer to current hits Glee, Orange Is the New Black, Scandal and recently departed The New Normal, LGBT images on television have evolved dramatically. That much is a given. But as a panel Monday night at the TV Academy demonstrated, behind the kaleidoscope of change is the work of showrunners, talent, executives and advocates who have moved the business so far -- and yet, see further progress still necessary.
[Warning: This story contains spoilers from the "Say Hello to My Little Friend" episode of Scandal.]
ABC's Scandal created another unlikely alliance Thursday when Jake (Scott Foley) took a major step toward bringing down B613 and, rather than teaming with Olivia (Kerry Washington), found a kindred spirit in one of her Gladiators.
Scandal's Washington, D.C., is about to get a bit more Friend-ly.
Lisa Kudrow will make her debut during this week's "Say Hello to My Little Friend" episode, in which First Lady Mellie Grant (Bellamy Young) gets involved in her own scandal with the former Friends star's Democratic congresswoman, Josephine Marcus.
Kerry Washington is set to make her debut on Saturday Night Live.
The Emmy-nominated star of ABC's Scandal is set to host the NBC show on Nov. 2. Eminem, whose new album, The Marshall Mathers LP 2, will be released Nov. 5, will serve as the night's musical guest; it marks his sixth appearance on the show.
ABC's Scandal will delve deep into Olivia (Kerry Washington) and Rowan's (Joe Morton) complicated father-daughter relationship with a flashback episode that will shine a light on what created the rift between the head of B613 and D.C.'s top fixer.
[Warning: This story contains spoilers from the season-three premiere of Scandal,titled "It's Handled."]
ABC's addictive hit Scandal opened its third season Thursday with an hour that picked up 22 minutes after Olivia (Kerry Washington) was outed as President Fitzgerald Grant's (Tony Goldwyn) mistress -- and after viewers learned that B613 baddie Rowan (Joe Morton) was the father to OPA's best Gladiator.
President Fitzgerald Grant (Tony Goldwyn) is going to have his hands full when the third season of ABC's Scandal returns on Thursday.
Following a massive bomb that came in the sophomore season finale of the political thriller from Grey's Anatomy creator Shonda Rhimes, the president's affair with Olivia (Kerry Washington) is now public knowledge, much to first lady Mellie Grant's (Bellamy Young) chagrin.
All of the Emmy statuettes have been given out, with Breaking Bad and Modern Family winning best drama and comedy series honors. HBO raked in the most awards (27), with stars Jeff Daniels (The Newsroom) and Bobby Cannavale (Boardwalk Empire) scoring upset wins in the lead and supporting actor drama categories. The premium network's Behind the Candelabra also led all shows with its 11 trophies, including a best actor in a movie or miniseries win for star Michael Douglas.
To say Dan Bucatinsky is having a great year would be an understatement.
The actor-writer-producer celebrated his first Emmy win Sunday for guest actor in a drama for his recurring role as Scandal White House reporter James, who also happens to be the husband to the president's chief of staff.