"Scandal" will air an all-new episode on Channel 15 in Tempe later tonight. On Wednesday, March 20, TV Overmind shared three sneak peeks released for the "Scandal" episode 2.16 titled "Top of the Hour." TV Guide also shared a new interview with Scott Foley that includes new spoilers for tonight's episode. Check out the previously released photos for tonight's episode by visiting this link, and check out the previously released photos for episode 2.17 by going here. If you missed any of the previously released photos or spoilers for this series, check out the related topics link for season two on the sidebar for more news.
"Scandal" is back on ABC, and the action between Jake and Olivia will continue to heat up. These sneak peeks do not focus in on that pair though. Two of the sneak peeks focus in on Olivia's latest case, and it will put her against the White House. Cyrus promises to get her in one of the sneak peeks. A third sneak peeks shows Huck and Quinn on stalking detail. He is giving her another lesson.
As for Jake and Olivia, Scott Foley spoke about the pair and what will happen on tonight's episode in a new interview with TV Guide. He said the following:
"There's a great thing that happens in this episode where Jake has to trust Olivia. There's a hostage story in Thursday's episode and she gives him information, refusing to give him the source and he has to take her word that this information is going to be correct, especially if he's going to take it to the President to help free these hostages. He was has to take a leap of faith with her. In doing that, it brings their relationship to another level."
Scott Foley also revealed that Jake will try the evidence of his relationship with Olivia. A preview for the episode showed photos of the pair being taken. He will not want Fitz to see those photos. Fans are buzzing about this series on social media. One fan said the following on Twitter recently:
#ScandalIsBack tonight! 3 weeks is far too long!! Oh, what will I do during the summer? #Scandal #cantwait
"Scandal" will continue to air on Channel 15 in Tempe on Thursday nights.