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‘Scandal’ Stream: How To Watch Season 6, Episode 5 Online

Scandal is not only one of the most mysterious and thrilling shows on TV today, but also one of the most watched. The show consists of cliffhangers and strong and powerful characters, including none other than Olivia Pope. Since the previous episode seems to be the weakest of the season, this upcoming one is sure to have some action; it’s a wife vs. ex battle. We can definitely expect a cliffhanger that will leave us yearning for the next episode.

Tune in Thursday to ABC at 9:00 P.M. to see what happens next.


Scandal Season 6, Episode 5 Viewing Details

Date: March 9, 2017
Time: 9:00 P.M. EST
TV Channel: ABC
Season: 6
Episode: 5
Title: “They All Bow Down”
Starring: Kerry Washington, Bellamy Young, Tony Goldwyn and more.


How To Watch Scandal Season 6, Episode 5 Online

If you prefer to watch Scandal online, you have several options. You can watch the next episode for free on ABC if you are an existing customer of a participating cable provider. If you don’t have a subscription, you can watch the latest episode on ABC’s website a week later.


How To Watch Scandal Season 6, Episode 5 On Mobile

For those who want to watch the show via mobile phone, you can definitely do so. Simply download the ABC app or your TV provider app via the Apple Store or Google Play. Make sure to have your specific username and password on hand so that you can properly log into your app account.

The live version is also available in the app, but only in specific, participating markets.


How To Watch Scandal Season 6, Episode 5 If You Don’t Have Cable

If you don’t have a cable provider, no problem. You can go to SlingTV and join for only $25 a month. You can click here for a full list of devices compatible with Sling TV. If you’re unsure about committing to the subscription, you can sign up for a seven-day free trial that SlingTV offers on their website.


Scandal Season 6, Episode 5 Promo

Jacqueline HanikehCOLLEGECANDY Writer
I’m a Communication Arts major with a concentration in writing and minoring in literature at Ramapo College of New Jersey as a senior. I enjoy editing and writing in a wide variety of styles and types. Reading novels is a large part in my life—taking interest in genres such as thrillers, mysteries, and horror. Other than English, I’m fluent in Aramaic, one of the oldest languages in the world— capable of writing and reading in the ancient language. I’ve traveled to various locations such as Sweden, Turkey, and the Caribbean islands.
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