'Scandal' to end after seventh season, Shonda Rhimes says

Pierre Vaugeois
Mai 19, 2017

As Cinema Blend is reporting, there is now no name for the new series, however, ABC has apparently ordered the Grey's Anatomy spin-off straight to series already. The fresh and untitled Shonda Rhimes drama will focus on a group of fearless firefighters which will include a wide range of characters from the captain all the way down to the newest recruit.

In other words, expect a trailer full of fast-paced banter, lingering looks and characters kissing in forbidden work areas, all set to a catchy indie rock soundtrack.

Scandal creator and all-round TV genius Shonda Rhimes has confirmed that the political drama will end after next season, the show's seventh.

The drama, which stars Kerry Washington as Olivia Pope, marked the first time an African-American woman appeared as the lead in a drama series in more than three decades.

Grey's EP Stacy McKee will write the series and serve as executive producer, alongside Rhimes and Betsy Beers. According to the ABC, the show will follow "a group of heroic firefighters".

Grey's Anatomy is still a widely popular drama on ABC and it continues to enjoy good ratings. Helping to re-invigorate ABC's Thursday night, "Scandal" has won its 9 p.m. hour in all 14 weeks since its January return. "We're choosing to leave", she noted. Though Rhimes has said in the past that she know how the series will end, our past election season changed all that. Meredith (Ellen Pompeo) delivers huge news for Nathan (Martin Henderson), which significantly changes a lot of things between them, while Alex (Justin Chambers) is forced to make a tough decision regarding his relationship with Jo (Camilla Luddington). With the exception of the latter show, which has yet to be renewed for next season, they are dependable performers for NBC, averaging between 6 and 7 million total viewers.

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