How does Olivia Pope handle her return to the White House, during seventh season of the Scandal TV show on ABC? As we know, the Nielsen ratings typically play a big role in determining whether the TV show Scandal is cancelled or renewed for season eight. Unfortunately, most of us do not live in Nielsen households. Because of that, many viewers are frustrated their viewing habits and opinions weren’t considered, before the decision was made to end the series with Scandal, season seven. We care what you think, so we invite you to rate all the season seven episodes of Scandal for us, below.
An ABC political drama thriller, Scandal stars Kerry Washington, Darby Stanchfield, Katie Lowes, Guillermo Diaz, Jeff Perry, Tony Goldwyn, Joshua Malina, Bellamy Young, Scott Foley, Portia de Rossi, Cornelius Smith Jr., and Joe Morton. The series centers on former White House Communications Director, Olivia Pope (Washington). Upon exiting that job, Olivia opened a premier crisis management firm, to handle erupting political scandals.
The seventh and final season of Scandal kicks off with Mellie Grant (Young) serving as the first female President of the United States, with Cyrus Beane (Perry) as her VP. Olivia is now both Mellie’s chief of staff and the head of the reinstated top secret government agency, B6-13, where she works closely with Jake Ballard (Foley). Quinn Perkins, who is pregnant, now heads up the crisis management firm, QPA (Quinn Perkins and Associates). Her team includes Abby Whelan (Stanchfield), Huck (Diaz), and Charlie (Newbern). Elsewhere, former President Grant (Goldwyn) is building his Presidential library, and David Rosen (Malina) remains on the job as Attorney General. Meanwhile, expect Rowan Pope (Morton) to still have some tricks up his sleeve.
What do you think? Which seventh season episodes of the Scandal TV series do you rate as magnficent, scandalous, or merely respectable? Is it ending at the right time? Would you have watched and eighth season of Scandal? Don’t forget to vote, and share your thoughts, below.