One thing you can always be certain of when you’re watching ABC’s “Scandal” is that every answer only really creates several more questions. Thus was the case with Thursday’s midseason finale.
The bearded Robertson clan of “Duck Dynasty” had a very merry (and hairy) Christmas special on Wednesday night, with 8.9 million total viewers tuning in to watch the festivities.
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Happy Jueves mi gente! I know I drive you all a bit loco with my Thursday “Scandal” watching obsession, but tonight is the winter finale entitled, “A Door Marked Exit.”
In the week since NBC aired a revival of “The Sound of Music,” the real Von Trapp family and the vacation lodge they run in Vermont are in high demand.
Lest NBC’s live version be your last memory of “The Sound of Music,” ABC will air the original 1965 film starring Julie Andrews and Christopher Plummer.