Luckily, their excitement and teasers have now been confirmed by Rhimes, and fans are totally on board with this crossover!
With Scandal to wrap its seventh season run this spring on ABC and How to Get Away With Murder typically wrapping its seasons in late February or early March, it seems likely that the crossover would occur within the upcoming months.
The stars of each show, "Scandal's" Kerry Washington and "How to Get Away's" Viola Davis, teased the crossover Wednesday morning with Instagram posts from the sets of each other's shows. This spot look familiar?!
What Shondaland fan hasn't dreamed of a crossover event?
It's not yet been revealed when the special episode is set to air.
Stop the presses, and call all of your favorite Gladiators - a Scandal and How to Get Away with Murder crossover is apparently happening over at ABC.
According to Deadline Hollywood, the word is that a crossover between ABC's Shondaland shows, Scandal and How to Get Away With Murder, is now under way!
Scandal and How to Get Away With Murder will return Thursday, Jan. 18 at 9/8c and 10/9c, respectively.
Scandal is now in its seventh and final season. Kerry, who stars as Olivia on "Scandal", posted a snap of her character sitting on a bench outside the courtroom on the "How to Get Away With Murder" set.
"Hey Ms @violadavis check it out", Washington wrote in the caption.
Are you excited about the #HowToGetAwayWithScandal crossover? Both shows will make their midseason returns on January 18, along with fellow Shondaland show "Grey's Anatomy".
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