This image released by WeTV shows actor Damon Gupton, left, and director Tony Goldwyn on the set of "The Divide." The series premieres Wednesday, July 16 at 9 p.m. ET. (AP Photo/WeTV)
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NEW YORK: Tony Goldwyn has displayed a lack of ethics in the White House.As President Fitzgerald Grant on ABC's hit melodrama "Scandal," he has cheated on his wife right under her nose and even smothered a pesky Supreme Court justice on her sickbed.But in his behind-the-camera roles as producer, director and writer, Goldwyn is exposing the ethical minefields of the justice system in a fine new drama "The Divide". This eight-episode series, which premieres on WE tv on Wednesday (9 p.m. EDT), teams Goldwyn with fellow creator and producer Richard LaGravenese (writer of last year's HBO film "Behind the Candelabra"), who penned the two-hour debut.The two first worked together when LaGravenese did a script rewrite for the Goldwyn-directed 2010 film "Conviction," which starred Hilary Swank in a dramatization of an actual Innocence Project case.
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