Dec 02, 2016 10:04 AM EST

'Scandal' Season 6 Spoilers And Update: Who Will Win The Presidential Election? Balance Of Power About To Shift

"Scandal" has always been pretty good at making fans guessing until the final minute of its premiere showing. The show has always been know to go as far as using footages that throw off the path of what is to come in the next episodes and gives an added mystery that makes it much more interesting and makes fans guess what the next episode would be.

The ending of "Scandal" Season 5 shows the presidential candidates were about to announce their running mates. As Olivia Pope played by Kerry Washington is in a situation with the White House Chief of Staff Cyrus Beene being played by Jeff Perry has the possesion of intelligence that could and might turn the race overturned.

According to Gamenguide, in the latest poster released for "Scandal" Season 6 suggest that things are going deep taking a darker route in the upcoming series. However there is no hint as to who is going to win the elections, though the quote itself gives a little bit of a clue that a huge change of power is about to happen in the government but one question remains is how much power will Olivia be able to gather to maintain the district of columbia.

Reports from TVline suggest that if Cyrus becomes vice president then Olivia will have a much higher percentage of winning the electoral race. But if Jake is within the walls of the White House then it seems it will not be easy for Olivia to move around and be comfortable.

"Scandal" Season 6 will surely be a good one thinking about the characters and their roles in the upcoming series, basically it will be a barrage of explosives waiting to explode any moment. Season 6 of "Scandal" will air at 9PM on Thursdays on ABC. For more of the latest news and updates stay tuned to Jobs & Hire.

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