Kerry Washington on 'Scandal' series finale: 'We're going out big'

Friday, 06 October 2017, 02:18:36 PM. 'Scandal' will end in 2018, after the hit show's 7th season.
The cast of “Scandal” is “going out big” as they film the final episodes of the hit TV show, according to the show’s star. “We are having so much fun because we know it’s our last season and we don’t want to leave anything on the table,” Kerry Washington said today on “Good Morning America.” “We are really like going hard, going strong.” She added, “We’re going out big.” Washington, 40, who plays Olivia Pope on the show, did not reveal any spoilers for the new season. She said she and her costars are, just like fans, “kind of guessing” how the show will end when its final episode airs next year. “There used to be an ending that Shonda had in mind and then the real world of politics turned upside down,” Washington said, referring to the show’s creator, Shonda Rhimes. “Who knows what it’s going to be now.” Look who is here... @kerrywashington! #TGIT #Scandal — Good Morning America (@GMA) October 5, 2017 The first episode of the show’s seventh and final season will air tonight at 9 p.m. ET on ABC. Throughout the seven seasons, Washington, a mother of two, has continued a loud tradition of getting the cast and crew excited to start filming. “At the very start of every episode, I scream very loudly,” Washington explained. “I scream very loudly whatever episode number it is … and then we all bang on furniture and yell and scream.” She continued, “It’s surreal because I remember doing it for episode 101 and here we are back seven years later. Every...Read more
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