By Sahil Patel
ABC’s hit primetime soap “Scandal”* returns to the airwaves this Thursday night. The show’s probably one of the most talked-about programs on the web — seems like with every new episode, there’s a barrage of chatter on Twitter, Facebook, everywhere people go to to talk about these kinds of things.
So it shouldn’t be a surprise, then, that the show is also great fodder for comedy. With that in mind, here’s “Everyday Scandal,” a new three-part comedy series from online comedy network Above Average.
In “Everyday Scandal,” you get a look at the everyday life of “Scandal”’s main character, Olivia Pope. Here are the things she does when she’s not fixing problems (or, really, from the very little I’ve seen of the show, creating more problems).
“Everyday Scandal” is created, written by, and stars Naomi Ekperigin. The show is directed by Seth Keim with Caroline Chewning producing for Above Average.
* What is it with everyone and this show? Is it a guilty pleasure? Or is everyone just crazy?
** A trailer for Netflix’s “House of Cards” ran as an ad in front of episode one. Not bad.