Kerry Washington Continues to Light Up the Small Screen

Kerry Washington is renewing her already extremely successful deal with ABC Studios, according to The Hollywood Reporter.

The Deal With ABC Studios

Newly fresh off her big breaks on Scandal, Little Fires Everywhere, American Son and Live in Front of a Studio Audience, Kerry Washington will continue her reign on the network and beyond.

Washington revealed her excitement about the deal, saying:

"Since its inception, Simpson Street has focused on using art and entertainment to amplify the human experience and weave narratives that honor our unique differences while connecting us through our shared humanity. I'm so proud of the foundation we've laid, and I am excited to extend our partnership with Jonnie Davis and the extraordinary team at ABC Studios who have shared in our vision from the very beginning."

Where The Road Heads Next For Washington

Washington's company Simpson Street is home to other hit programs like HBO's Confirmation and The Fight. Their upcoming projects include Shadow Force with Sterling K. Brown, Goldie Vance with Rashida Jones, City of Saints, Thieves and 24-7 with Eva Longoria.

ABC Studios president Jonnie Davis raves about the success of Washington's company, saying:

"Kerry has so much in common with her iconic character, Olivia Pope — she's brilliant, talented and makes everything better. From Scandal to Little Fires Everywhere, we're consistently impressed by her incredible talent both in front of and behind the camera. She's built a powerhouse team at Simpson Street, headed by the remarkable Pilar Savone. We're proud and grateful they have made ABC Studios their creative home."

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