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    TV Review: SundanceTV's Charming Season Premiere of 'The Writers' Room' Shares Secrets of 'Scandal'

    On the second season premiere of the inside Hollywood talk show, host Jim Rash talks to the writers, producers, and star -- Kerry Washington! -- of ABC's "Scandal."

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    5 Best Bets on TV This Week: 'Scandal' and 'Community' Wrap Up, While 'Fargo' Is Just Getting Started

    While the week is stocked with season finales, at least one major show is starting its run in mid-April (no, not "Mad Men.").

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    Orange is the New Black, Scandal, Borgen Among Peabody Winners

    Nearly half of the Peabody winners this year are by and/or about women.

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    'Breaking Bad,' 'Scandal,' 'The Story of Film' Among This Year's Peabody Award Winners

    This year's Peabody Award winners are a zeitgeisty mix of new television classics, from "Breaking Bad" to "House of Cards" and "Scandal," and underdogs like FX's "The Bridge."

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    The Bright Side of the Death on 'The Good Wife'

    If you're on-line reading this, I don't see how you could possibly have missed hearing about the surprise death on last night's The Good Wife, but just so we're clear: there are spoilers here. (Happy now?)

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    Why Television Has Latched Onto The Role of the Vice President, From 'House of Cards' to 'Scandal' and 'Veep'

    From "House of Cards" to "Veep" to "Scandal," why television has turned to Vice Presidents as a major source of drama and comedy.

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    2013 in Television: A Great Year for Difficult Women

    While 2013 found us saying goodbye to landmark small screen antiheroes Walter White and Dexter Morgan, it also saw the rise of some wonderfully prickly female protagonists that pushed at our expectations and sympathies in different ways.

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    Why The Most Formidable Characters in 'Scandal' Aren't the Ones in Power

    "Scandal" closed out the fall half of its season the way it began, with a biting speech from Joe Morton.

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