If there's one person on Revenge who can turn Emily Thorne's world upside down, it's the return of her thought-to-be-dead father. When David Clarke moves into the Hamptons full-time this fall, Emily will be shaken to her core.
For three seasons, Emily (Emily VanCamp) has stopped at nothing to take down anyone involved in the wrongful imprisonment of her late father (James Tupper). Her mission had finally reached ultimate success by the end of the Season 3 with Conrad Grayson (Henry Czerny) implicated in the crimes and his estranged wife Victoria (Madeleine Stowe) locked up in the looney bin. But, as viewers watched in the final minutes of the hour, David Clarke appeared very much alive taking revenge in his own hands by killing Conrad.
Christa B. Allen
If Revenge fans thought Conrad Grayson couldn't get any more conniving, just wait until Sunday's episode.
"You'll see with this episode just how hideous a man Conrad Grayson is," Christa B. Allen, who plays the daughter to Conrad (Henry Czerny), tells TVGuide.com. "His actions in this episode really cement the idea that Charlotte will probably side with her mother."
Archie Panjabi, Alex O’Loughlin, Emily Van Camp
Who died? Who lived? This season's TV finales left fans with a host of the normal cliff-hangers, but the biggest burning question on many viewers' mind was who is going to play that role? A number of big shows left the door open to introduce pivotal characters in the fall, including one mysterious husband, and not one, not two, but three long-lost or believed-to-be-dead moms. Before production returns for the fall and casting kicks into high gear, we thought we'd take a closer look at these exciting series cast additions and make our own suggestions. Let the casting games begin...
Ellen Pompeo and Patrick Dempsey
It's the question on the mind of every Grey's Anatomy fan: Who will be sticking around Seattle Grace next season?
With several of the actors' contracts up at the end of the season — and creator Shonda Rhimes putting the finishing touches on the finale script as we speak — fans are waiting with bated breath to find out which of their favorite doctors will be returning for Season 9. While there's no official word yet on who will be back, we decided to toss out a few ideas of our own as to how Meredith, Cristina and the rest of the gang could leave. Even though not everyone's contracts are up, we came up with a crazy-but-plausible scenario for everyone — and because some of our favorite couples could get split up, we've added a few scenarios in which one half stays and the other goes. Enjoy!
[Warning: This story contains major spoilers from Thursday night's episode of Grey's Anatomy.]
Grey's Anatomy really knows how to make doctors suffer.
Poor Teddy (Kim Raver), she finally found happiness with patient-turned-husband Henry (Scott Foley) only to have him...
When Season 8 of Grey's Anatomy premieres (Thursday, 9/8c on ABC), Meredith and Derek are on the outs, Alex has been shunned by his fellow Seattle Gracers and Cristina is grappling with whether or not to abort her and Owen's child. But there's oh so much more that will be happening at the hospital so you might need a quick refresher on where we left off — and a juicy tease about what comes next in the doctors' final year of residency.
Grey's Anatomy: Shonda Rhimes talks Mer-Der's struggle, Cristina's pregnancy
Meredith Grey (Ellen Pompeo)
Where Were We? She tampered with the Alzheimer's clinical trial in hopes of saving Adele's life, which caused her to be suspended from the hospital. She also adopted baby Zola, but ended up having a huge fight with Derek.
What's Next? As we've seen in the promos, Meredith will soon be out of a job, but...
First to arrive at the 19th Annual Elton John AIDS Foundation Academy Awards Viewing Party was the host himself, Sir Elton John. Tanned and relaxed from a recent vacation to Hawaii with baby Zachary and husband David Furnish, John was all smiles as he talked about the family. As for rumors of Lady Gaga being named godmother, that's still in debate...
James Tupper will reprise his role as Dr. Perkins on Grey's Anatomy, TVGuide.com has confirmed.
Tupper, 45, who played a trauma counselor helping the doctors in the horrific aftermath of a shooting, will return for...
Lone Star (Monday, 9/8c, Fox)
My favorite new drama of the fall season is a provocative and twisted romance with a touch of Dallas-style oil intrigue, as a con man (charmer James Wolk) juggles a double life with a rich wife in Houston and a down-home sweetie in a small town where he's pulling a swindle. How long can he get away with it? We'll see. The show faces competition from NBC's heavily hyped conspiracy thriller-fantasy-adventure hybrid The Event, cloaked in mystery and hobbled by a convoluted time-jumping script. But Jason Ritter as the everyguy hero embroiled in the madness is so likable you can't help but want to tune in next week to see what happens. DVR alert...
The Grey in Grey's Anatomy is going to have "some frustrating episodes" when the ABC medical drama returns, Ellen Pompeo says of her character.
After the devastatingly tragic Season 6 finale, which saw Meredith's Post-it husband shot and near death, it's going to take a while for every doctor at Seattle Grace to get back on their feet, but none more so than Meredith — at least, that's what trauma counselor Andrew Perkins (James Tupper) thinks.
Shonda Rhimes: Grey's Anatomy docs all grown up in new season
Perkins must clear each doctor before they can return to the OR, and Meredith is definitely not...