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'Scandal' star Scott Foley, Shondaland team up for ABC's 'To Max and Paige'

Scott Foley is joining forces with Shondaland for ABC’s marriage comedy To Max & Paige, EW has confirmed.

The network has given the show a script commitment. Foley (ScandalGrey’s Anatomy) will pen the script.

The story details toasts given by family and friends at Max and Paige’s wedding rehearsal dinner. Flashbacks follow the couple’s road to marriage, revealing that stories told during the toasts aren’t always spot on.

In addition to writing, Foley will executive produce alongside Shondaland’s Shonda Rhimes and Betsy Beers and Greg Grunberg.

Foley can currently be seen in the role of Jake Ballard on Rhimes’ Scandal.

Wendi McLendon-Covey on her 'Friggin' Christmas' costar Robin Williams

Robin Williams left behind four complete, upcoming films when he died on Monday, leaving fans with a diverse slate of movies that will mark the final roles of his prolific career.

The Academy Award winning-comedian filmed Night at the Museum: Secret of the Tomb, Boulevard, Absolutely Anything, and A Merry Friggin’ Christmas. Co-starring Joel McHale, Wendi McLendon-Covey, Lauren Graham, and Oliver Platt, A Merry Friggin’ Christmas holiday flick features Williams as a patriarch of a quirky family that reunites during the Christmas celebration. READ FULL STORY

Oscars to stream online for the first time

TV isn’t the only place you’ll be able to watch the Oscars come Sunday: In a first-time move, ABC will stream the entire Oscars pre-show and awards show on their app, Watch ABC. Those with compatible TV subscriptions, like Comcast and AT&T U-Verse, will have access to the streaming services both online and on their phones or tablets. In addition to being able to watch the event live the whole night — from the pre-show to Jimmy Kimmel’s post-Oscars live show — viewers will also be able to re-watch everything Oscars on the Watch ABC app until March 5.

EW's Jess Cagle goes backstage with Oscar winners -- VIDEO


What were Oscar winners Anne Hathaway, Adele, Jennifer Lawrence, Daniel Day-Lewis, Ben Affleck, Grant Heslov, and George Clooney thinking when they heard their names announced at last night’s ceremony? EW managing editor Jess Cagle was on the scene to find out — thankfully, with a video camera in tow.

Watch below to see his backstage interviews with some of the night’s biggest winners — and don’t forget that if you missed the show, you can watch the whole thing on, the ABC Player for iOS, and Hulu Plus through Wednesday night.


'Behind the Ballot' video series launches

Want to know even more about all of the Oscar movies? Well today is your lucky day! ‘Behind the Ballot,’ ABC’s new video series that delves into the inner-workings of the Academy Awards, has launched.

In the first video, EW’s Adam Vary talks to cinematographers about listening to the director’s vision, creating an atmosphere, and building drama through camera angles. He also answers the most important question: What exactly is cinematography? READ FULL STORY

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