T.R. Knight, Grey's Anatomy
Grey's Anatomy creator Shonda Rhimes is nipping in the bud talk that the role of George — who last was seen barely alive after being mauled, mangled and mashed in a bus accident — will be recast with a new actor.
"A hilarious, ridiculous rumor" is how Rhimes, via Twitter, qualified the speculation.
Getting someone new to play a surgically made-over George would conveniently pave the way for T.R. Knight to vacate the role ...
Shonda Rhimes with Grey's star Ellen Pompeo
Although ABC's Lost, which just last week marked its own 100th episode, is zeroing in on a May 2010 series finale, don't expect Grey's Anatomy creator Shonda Rhimes to make like "Team Darlton" and handcuff herself to her own finish line.
"I have no end story or date in mind at all," Rhimes tells the Hollywood Reporter. "I just want us to tell stories as long as we feel it's relevant."
This Thursday, Grey's Anatomy celebrates the "century" mark with what is intended to be the wedding of longtime lovebirds Meredith Grey and Derek Shepherd. The odds of that anticipated union going off without a hitch, however ...
Is Mer in fact heading for a wedding?
A website celebrating the fast-approaching wedding between Meredith Grey and Derek Shepherd drew 42,000 unique visitors and collected 1,400 comments on its "guest book" in its first 24 hours.
The idea for the site, hosted by real-life wedding hub TheKnot.com and ostensibly managed by the show's Izzie character, came to Grey's creator Shonda Rhimes as the show filmed its April 23 episode, in which Izzie snapped photos of her gal-pal begrudgingly test-driving dresses.
Rhimes — whose sister happens to be a wedding planner — asked for something that would ...
Will Grey's Anatomy's Mer becomes Mrs. McDreamy?
The only question is whose, exactly.
At a party marking the filming of Grey's Anatomy's 100th episode, series creator Shonda Rhimes confirmed that the milestone hour will air May 7 — and indicated that it might feature the nuptials of the show's central couple.
"The only thing I'll tell you about the 100th [episode] is that it takes place on ...
Jason George, Sarah Drew
Three more actors are heading Inside the Box, the ABC pilot penned by Richard Robbins and exec-produced by Grey's Anatomy's Shonda Rhimes and Betsy Beers.
Set at a Washington network news bureau and revolving around Caroline, an ambitious female reporter, Inside the Box will feature Everwood alum (and recent Private Practice guest star) Sarah Drew as ...
Jeffrey Dean Morgan, Martin Henderson
A drama pilot being shepherded in part by Grey's Anatomy creator Shonda Rhimes has found its "McDreamy."
Inside the Box, from Richard Robbins and exec-produced by Rhimes and Betsy Beers, is set in a Washington news bureau and revolves around Catherine, a hard-hitting producer. Playing coworker Jake — aka the Derek to Catherine's Meredith — will be ...
Grey's Anatomy's T. R. Knight and Katherine Heigl
Are they or aren't they?
Is she, but perhaps isn't he?
Recently resurrected buzz that both Katherine Heigl and T.R Knight will be checking out of Grey's Anatomy at the end of this season has had new aspersion cast on it by Shonda Rhimes.
See exactly what the creator of Grey's had to say, after the jump.
Shonda Rhimes has mastered depicting the drama of hospital hallways and doctors' after-hours action. Now, she's setting her sights on the juicy lives of Washington, D.C., journalists.
ABC has greenlit Inside the Box, a new pilot from the Grey's Anatomy creator, a rep for the network confirmed for TVGuide.com. The potential series centers on an ambitious female news producer and her colleagues whose extracurriculars, the net promises, will be
Who doesn't love a little irony?
Former Grey's Anatomy star Isaiah Washington, who was publicly derided and ultimately fired from the series after making a homophobic slur at gay costar T.R. Knight, is now chiming in on the show's treatment of the recently axed Brooke Smith and her lesbian character.
See what Washington had to say after the jump.
Anna Friel and Lee Pace, Pushing Daisies
TV Guide's Senior Critic Matt Roush takes your TV questions. Have a rant, rave or burning question about your favorite show you'd like addressed? E-mail him here.
Question: I'm devastated, but not necessarily surprised, by the early ratings for Pushing Daisies. I thought it was risky of ABC to leave a show this fragile and unique off the air for so long and expect viewers to flock to its return. It's sad that something this unique, this creative and this original just can't "click" with a general public, but my hope is that the demos are decent enough that it will make it through at least 12 episodes and give us fans a proper, affectionate sign-off. — Andrew M.
Matt Roush: Let's not suggest the show be pushing up daisies just yet, though the opening numbers were dismaying. I can only hope ABC won't let this delightful show go down without a fight (the same argument I've been adopting lately for Fox's struggling Terminator series). But I agree the out-of-sight, out-of-mind argument has been devastating for this show in particular.
More on Daisies, the great Grey's debate and a look at the 24 prequel movie after the jump.