Sara Ramirez, Chandra Wilson, Justin Chambers, James Pickens Jr.
Justin Chambers, Chandra Wilson, James Pickens Jr. and Sara Ramirez have signed new two-year deals for Grey's Anatomy, TVGuide.com has learned.
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The quartet joins...
Gaius Charles, Tessa Ferrer
Grey Sloan Memorial is losing two more members of its staff.
Tessa Ferrer and Gaius Charles, who play Leah Murphy and Shane Ross onGrey's Anatomy, will not be returning next season, sources confirm to TVGuide.com.
Sara Ramirez, Jessica Capshaw
It's taken a while, but Grey's Anatomy's once bubbly pediatric surgeon Arizona Robbins (Jessica Capshaw) has risen from the ashes of the plane crash. With a new sense of confidence after losing her leg, Arizona has begun to accept that she is whole, even if she's missing a part of herself. Some of Arizona's growth nearly ended her marriage to Callie (Sara Ramirez), but she has come out the other side ready to move on with her life and even convinced her wife to move into a new house so the couple could really start fresh after her infidelity with Dr. Boswell (Hilarie Burton).
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But Arizona's resolve will be tested during Thursday's episode (9/8c on ABC) when she's hit by a gurney that results in the destruction of her prosthetic leg. "She has a terrible, awful, no good, very bad day," Capshaw tells TVGuide.com from the set of the ABC medical drama. "The idea behind this episode was...
Johnny Sequoyah, Delroy Lindo
It's hard not to want to believe in talents like Alfonso Cuaron (of the amazing Gravity) and J.J. Abrams (no TV explanation necessary). These two very busy visionaries lend their names, and Cuaron his directing chops (in the pilot episode, anyway), for NBC's otherwise painfully derivative Believe (Monday, 10/9c), which plays like one of those middling Stephen King melodramas about supernaturally gifted children on the run for their lives.
Cuaron elevates the stock clichés with visual motifs of a butterfly providing mystical guidance and a dizzying flock of pigeons (my idea of a living nightmare) subduing a Big Bad Female Assassin in a loft. It's a handsome looking pilot, even at its most predictably familiar. And as Bo, the spunky little girl whose psychic and paranormal gifts seem to have no end — or, maddeningly, definition — Johnny Sequoyah is agreeable company, never too cute even when the script calls for Bo to be cloyingly precious. Because believe it or not, Believe feels it necessary to squelch the chase-thriller elements with schmaltzy subplots reminiscent of Fox's short-lived Touch. Bo knows goodness, and in between close calls as she eludes her well-funded potential kidnappers, she somehow finds time to inspire a young doctor to get past his crisis of confidence.
After what feels like the longest hiatus ever, Grey's Anatomy will finally return with 12 straight episodes beginning Thursday (9/8c, ABC) until the show's season finale in May.
When last we left the doctors of Grey Sloan Memorial, Jackson interrupted April's wedding to Matthew to declare his love for her, much to the shock and dismay of Stephanie and pretty much everyone else in attendance. Meanwhile, back at the hospital, Shane boldly and stupidly decided to be a hot shot and take the lead on an emergency surgery to fix the heart of Alex's father, which did not go well. So, what's next? TVGuide.com hit the set to get the scoop on each of the docs:
Jerrika Hinton, Ellen Pompeo, Camilla Luddington
Oh, Grey's Anatomy, you had me at hello... and you lost me at Bailey's OCD.
I've stuck with the show that made Shonda Rhimes a household name through Izzie's (Katherine Heigl) ghost sex, the Alex/Ava saga, "Intern Fight Club," and even that god-awful musical episode. When people ask me why I'm still watching Grey's, currently limping through its 10th season, my response has always been: "I'm going down with that ship." But Season 10 has me on the verge of jumping overboard. Here are six reasons why I'm ready to give up on Grey's:
Sara Ramirez, Emily Deschanel, Lana Parrilla
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Are Callie and Arizona really getting back together on Grey's Anatomy? — Darla
NATALIE: There's a chance! "We're left with the concept of trying being the most important goal," Sara Ramirez tells me. But let's not forget that Arizona had a whole relationship with Leah that could jeopardize their future. "Callie has a very human reaction," Ramirez says of discovering the truth. "I don't know if it's necessarily what people will expect or what people will want for Callie." We want Calzona, OK?
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ADAM: As executive producer Stephen Nathan previously hinted, the new nemesis will be much more...
John C. McGinley, Skylar Astin
The "upstairs downstairs" framework we've come to love on Downton Abbey translates fairly well to the world of corporate workplace romantic comedy in TBS's Ground Floor, a likable if decidedly modest bauble from sitcom vets Bill Lawrence (Cougar Town) and Greg Malins (Friends), working in the too-often-disparaged mode of traditional multi-camera comedy. (The first two episodes air back-to-back Thursday starting at 10/9c.)
Sara Ramirez and Hector Elizondo
Callie has had a rough few years. Grey's Anatomy's resident orthopedic surgeon lost the father of her child in a plane crash that also claimed her wife's leg. And after spending months of helping Arizona (Jessica Capshaw) recover, her wife cheated on her. On Thursday's Callie-centric episode (9/8c on ABC), the ever-resilient doctor will face yet another speed bump when a surgery goes awry.
Grey's Anatomy's Jessica Capshaw insists relationship with Leah is not a betrayal
"She worked on an Olympic snowboarder and uses a hip she's never used before, so essentially it's a surgery she's never done before," Sara Ramirez tells TVGuide.com. "She is being sued for...
Grey's Anatomy fans — Calzona ones, in particular — have been riding a rough roller coaster since Arizona (Jessica Capshaw) cheated on Callie (Sara Ramirez) last season. Unfortunately, the ride doesn't show any sign of ending soon.
During last week's episode, Arizona thought she drunkenly slept with Intern Leah (Tessa Ferrer) after the fundraising gala. It turns out, they didn't, but that doesn't mean Leah isn't interested. It may come as a shock to those Calzona fans that Arizona appears to be moving on, but Capshaw insists that this new relationship isn't another betrayal. So are Callie and Arizona over? TVGuide.com turned to Capshaw to get the scoop: