Wedding bells will be ringing on Grey's Anatomy this season!
When the cast of the ABC medical drama celebrated its 200th episode on Saturday night, executive producer Shonda Rhimes revealed to TVGuide.com that they're planning a wedding this season. Naturally, the first guess is that April (Sarah Drew) and Matthew (Justin Bruening) will be walking down the aisle since the duo patched things up in the premiere. But will they really be the ones to get married? Get the scoop on that, new love interests, a fun return and an emotional exit...
Patrick Dempsey and Ellen Pompeo
Grey's Anatomy returns Thursday (9/8c, ABC) with a two-hour premiere that picks up just moments after the events of last season's finale, in which a super-storm ravaged the Grey Sloan Memorial Hospital. Meredith and Derek will be celebrating the birth of baby Bailey, Callie and Arizona will be struggling with the latter's infidelity, and Cristina and Owen will once again be on the outs. 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 Season 10:
Jessica Capshaw, Sara Ramirez, Tessa Ferrer
Grey's Anatomy returns for its 10th season next week, picking up right where we left off in May, and TVGuide.com has the exclusive first look at the premiere.
Does this Grey's Anatomy sneak peek reveal who dies?
In the sneak peek below, it's Webber (James Pickens, Jr.) who will offer up the narration in the two-hour premiere as he will be fighting for his life after being electrocuted by the generator in last season's finale. But he's not the only one fighting...
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.
Grey's Anatomy's Shonda Rhimes talks cast exits, Calzona's future and a funny Season 10
The series has proven its longevity with...
Ellen Pompeo and Patrick Dempsey
This fall, Grey's Anatomy kicks off its 10th season — which will include its momentous 200th episode — and TVGuide.com has compiled the best episodes that fans and new viewers alike must watch (or re-watch!) before diving back in.
Grey's Ups Camilla Luddington, Gaius Charles, more to series regular — who's missing?
Through the death (George! Lexie!), heartbreak (Denny! Izzie!) and weddings (yay for post-its!), executive producer Shonda Rhimes, her team of writers and the talented cast and crew have taken all of us on an amazing journey. Check out a countdown of our top 25 episodes below:
Ellen Pompeo, Patrick Dempsey
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:
Over the years, Grey's Anatomy has seen its fair share of new characters — like a real hospital, there's a revolving door of incoming interns and outgoing residents. Hate them or love them, this season's interns have taken on more prominent roles. We've already shared our, ahem, opinions on the polarizing quintet, but with the ABC medical drama heading towards its ninth season finale, we're reexamining each intern to decide whether they should stick around next season...
Jessie Williams, Sara Ramirez, Jessica Capshaw
When Grey's Anatomy returns Thursday (9/8c on ABC), there will be plenty of changes going down at Seattle Grace. First and foremost, Jackson (Jesse Williams), who was only promoted to attending this season to fill the void left by Mark Sloan (Eric Dane), is now actually in charge of the whole hospital.
Jesse Williams and Justin Chambers
With Seattle Grace thisclose to closing its doors, Dr. Cahill will be trying new ways to spruce up the joint in Thursday's episode of Grey's Anatomy (9/8c on ABC), which sees a potential buyer, a group called Pegasus, tour the hospital. One of those improvements — besides closing the ER — includes marketing the hospital with the face of one of its own doctors.
Mega Buzz: Who's leaving Seattle Grace?!
Naturally, two of Seattle Grace's McHotties, Jackson (Jesse Williams) and Alex (Justin Chambers), will be first in line for that coveted position. "Jackson and Alex have...
Seattle Grace may have to close its doors — at least the ER, for now — unless the doctors of Grey's Anatomy can figure out how to keep the hospital alive. The obvious solution would be for the plane crash survivors, who were each awarded $15 million, to donate their money, but even that may not help.
"It's going to take...