Jessica Capshaw, Sara Ramirez
As Grey's Anatomy heads into its 10th season, there's a very real chance that we could say goodbye to some of our favorite characters as several of the original cast members' contracts will be up at the end of the season. Still, executive producer Shonda Rhimes says that doesn't mean it'll spell the end of the series. TVGuide.com hit up Rhimes again — check out more scoop here — to get her thoughts on possibly saying farewell and what the future holds for the Grey Sloan Memorial docs this season.
Calzona's future, Mer's motherhood and more Grey's Anatomy scoop
If last season was about seeing our favorite doctors as attendings, what would you say this season is about for them?
Shonda Rhimes: Now that they've all reached this wonderful place in their lives where they know what they're doing...
ABC has ordered its second new project from Shondaland, its untitled cop drama from Dana Calvo, TVGuide.com has confirmed.
Set in one of America's most eclectic and vibrant cities, the series follows...
Ellen Pompeo, Jesse Williams and Justin Chambers
Grey's Anatomy kicks off its momentous 10th season right where we left off: during a super-storm that may have claimed the life of the Grey Sloan Memorial Hospital's most beloved doctor, Richard Webber (James Pickens Jr.). Will he survive the electrocution that left him seemingly lifeless in the closing moments the Season 9 finale?
Kerry Washington and Tony Goldwyn
Professional fixer Olivia Pope will find herself on the other side of a major, well, Scandal when ABC's hit drama returns for Season 3 this fall.
In the season finale, Fitz (Tony Goldwyn) and Olivia (Kerry Washington) called it quits once again after learning of each other's misdeeds. (Remember when POTUS killed someone?) But in the closing moments of the episode, as Olivia went out for a run, she was bombarded by reporters trying to get an interview with the First Mistress. The question remains: Who leaked Olivia's name to the press?
Shonda Rhimes is keeping her plate full.
The showrunner behind Grey's Anatomy and Scandal has signed on to pen the film...
Dean Norris and Natalie Martinez
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Question: I have watched Grey's Anatomy since the first season and one of the characters that I have always enjoyed watching is Richard. I know that most of the fans are more interested in MerDer, CrOwen and so on, but I am curious to know what you think of the season finale cliffhanger involving Richard and if you think that maybe it is time for him to be written off, considering he had sort of come full circle, or continue to be a part of the show? — Kris
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.
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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:
Scott Foley is staying in the Shondaland family.
Foley has been promoted to series regular for the third season of Scandal, TVGuide.com has learned.
The Grey's Anatomy, True Blood and Felicity alum joined the series in the second half of Season 2 as...
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:
TV executives must have been happy to put a fork in the 2012-13 season. Ratings dropped across the board for broadcast networks due to fading reality franchises and the failure to launch any major new scripted hits. Cable also slumped, with audience levels flat compared with the previous season. And with the number of viewers who time-shift growing, the path to success is more treacherous than ever. Here are the shows that navigated the bumps — and the ones that became ratings road kill.
Let us now praise...