By Christian Cintron, Hollywood Staff
Slowly but surely, television is opening up the long overdue idea of a woman in the White House. Veep stars Julia Louis-Dreyfus as Selina Meyer, a former presidential hopeful who takes the thankless job of VP. She tries for change but often gets mired in bureaucracy and ignored by the POTUS. Scandal follows Olivia Pope (Kerry Washington), a D.C. fixer with a very close relationship with the president. Though different genres, both have women as major players in politics and tend to favor outrageous situations in our nation's capital. So which series presents the most formidable women and which has the most outlandish shenanigans?