The Season 2 finale of “Scandal” left fans gasping and tweeting in shock: Jake (Scott Foley) was thrown in the hole, Quinn (Katie Lowes) embraced her new role as torturer,… More
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Shonda Rhimes is definitely a woman in demand. President Barack Obama recently announced he’s appointing the creator of ABC hits “Grey’s Anatomy,” “Private Practice” and “Scandal” to the Kennedy Center’s board of trustees.
“Grey’s Anatomy” ended its ninth season with an electrocuted Richard lying in a pool of water in the hospital basement. Was he dead? Did he miraculously survive?
“Grey’s Anatomy” returns on Thursday, Sept. 26 at 9/8c on ABC. When we last saw the gang at the newly christened Grey-Sloan Memorial Hospital, Meredith (Ellen Pompeo) had just given… More
I was up watching the 65th Primetime Emmy Awards Sunday night and like most people on my Twitter feed, kind of wish I could get those three hours back.
Hollywood is hot for biopics! Yesterday, I opined on the Marvin Gaye biopic “Sexual Healing.” Now, it’s “Tupac’s” turn.
Sarah Drew plays good girl resident doctor April Kempner on “Grey’s Anatomy.” Last season, April struggled with her shame over flunking the surgical boards and her guilt over losing her virginity, yet still ended up engaged to one gorgeous man while pining for another. This season, she will find herself in a full-fledged love triangle with Jackson (Jesse Williams) and Matthew (Justin Breuning).
Both “Grey’s Anatomy” and “Scandal” ended their seasons with huge cliffhangers. Showrunner Shonda Rhimes is responsible for both jawdropping moments. The queen of Thursday night is notoriously anti-spoiler, but she was willing to share a few tidbits about the upcoming seasons of her two hit shows.
Cristina Yang has left Seattle Grace. Or, rather, she will, after the upcoming season of “Grey’s Anatomy” wraps up. Sandra Oh, who plays Yang on the series, will leave the hit ABC medical drama at the end of the season premiering Sept. 26.
Katherine Heigl wants to return to television, but that does not mean that she will be coming back to “Grey’s Anatomy,” the show that made her a star.