'Scandal' to End After Season 7: Report - NBC4 Washington

'Scandal' to End After Season 7: Report

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    Celebrity Face off With Kerry Washington

    Kerry Washington plays face-off on the Tonight Show (Published Saturday, April 9, 2016)

    "Scandal" will end after its seventh season, TVLine reports. That means viewers will soon be saying goodbye to Olivia Pope (Kerry Washington) and her gladiators in 2018, so stock up on the red wine and popcorn now.

    ABC is expected to make the official announcement at its Upfront presentation in New York City next week.

    In the April issue of Glamour, Kerry Washington played coy about the series' end date.

    "It's not really up to me," she told the mag. "It's up to Shonda and to the network. Shonda has said from the beginning that she kind of knows how it ends. So, I'm trusting her to guide the arc."

    When the 'Shib Sibs' Saw Leslie Jones in the Crowd, They Knew It Would Be a Good Day

    [NATL] When the 'Shib Sibs' Saw Leslie Jones in the Crowd, They Knew It Would Be a Good Day

    Alex and Maia Shibutani were scanning the crowd before their performance in the ice dance competition at the Olympic Winter Games when they saw a familiar face, "SNL" star Leslie Jones. After that, the "Shib Sibs" took the ice and won a bronze medal.

    (Published Tuesday, Feb. 20, 2018)

    Washington went on to say how much the role of Olivia Pope changed her life. "It's impossible to say that Olivia Pope hasn't been one of the most transformative roles for me," she said. "I've never played a character for this long."

    Unlike her other hit series, "Grey's Anatomy," Rhimes has said she's always known when "Scandal" will end.

    In an interview with NPR, Rhimes admitted, "I feel like there is a finite amount of 'Scandal' to be told. I know what the end of 'Scandal' will be, and I feel really good about that. And I can see where the end point is. And I don't think I'm going to change that...I know how long it will be, but we'll see."