Cast of Scandal Reunion

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Stars In The House is back at it with another star-studded reunion for a good cause.


Hosts Seth Rudetsky and James Wesley brought together the cast of Scandal together for another episode of Stars In The House!

The cast reminisced about their time on the hit ABC drama.

'Scandal' Cast Reunites

Joining Rudetsky and Wesley on this episode of Stars In The House is Kerry Washington, Tony Goldwyn, Bellamy Young, Jeff Perry, Kate Burton, Dan Bucatinsky, Norm Lewis, Katie Lowes, Guillermo Díaz, Cornelius Smith, George Newburn, Joe Morton, and Scandal EP Tom Verica. They all shared memories of being on set, auditions, table reads, and much more.

Scandal is among the long list of actors and casts that have signed on to be apart of this series. All the proceeds from these programs go towards The Actors Fund, which is a charity dedicated to providing a financial safety net for professionals in the performing arts and entertainment industries. So far, Stars In The House has brought in over $408,000 for TAF as well as other charities that benefit those working in the entertainment business.

In partnership with PEOPLE, the Scandal cast episode was live-streamed on all of the publication's platforms: Facebook, Instagram, YouTube, and Twitter as well as on the Stars In The House website.

To catch more episodes with your favorite cast members, Stars In The House airs new episodes Monday-Friday at 8:00 p.m. ET and Saturday-Sunday at 2:00 p.m. ET on its YouTube channel and website.

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