‘Scandal’ season 4 to premiere late September

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Kerry Washington fans rejoice, ABC’s hit drama, “Scandal,” will kick off its fourth season on September 25th at 9 p.m. 


Paul Lee, ABC Entertainment President, revealed at the Television Critics Association summer press tour that “Scandal” season four will be comprised of 22 episodes. The previous season ran a bit shorter in a bid to accommodate Washington’s pregnancy.


Series creator, Shonda Rimes, also has a new drama, “How to Get Away with Murder” that will occupy the time slot following “Scandal.” The new drama will star Viola Davis (“Ender’s Game” and “The Help”) which will consist of at least 15 episodes for the first season.


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