Since her film career lost momentum, Katherine Heigl is returning to TV in a CIA drama for NBC, but the actress' bad reputation might still wreak havoc on her attempted comeback.
The Hollywood Reporter spoke to various producers who have worked with Heigl over the years and it seems like it's going to be an uphill battle for her to win the industry over again.
Katherine Heigl may be returning to the small screen.
The Grey's Anatomy alum will executive-produce and star in a new CIA drama that has been acquired by NBC, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
Later this month, Grey's Anatomy will hit a feat seldom achieved on television when the ABC medical drama enters its 10th season as a top 10 TV show.
What started off as an interweaving tale of a group of interns struggling to stay afloat at one of America's top hospitals has evolved over nine seasons, becoming a platform for stories deconstructing the human condition, including race, sexuality and — as with any great Shondaland series — relationships. But hitting its 10th season, as well as the 200-episode mark, does raise the question of how long Grey's can continue.
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Grey's Anatomy will hit its 10th season this fall — as well as its milestone 200th episode — so it's time to start looking at where these doctors are going to end up. We've watched the Fab
Five Three grow from young, and sometimes cocky, interns to confident attendings running (and in some cases, owning) the hospital. But what's next for these docs as they transition into full-blown leaders? We've put together a wish list of what we hope is next for the docs of Grey Sloan Memorial Hospital: