Dearly (soon-to-be) departed. We are gathered here today to reflect upon five TV series that will soon be leaving our DVRs for good and heading to rerun heaven. Sure, the Grim Reaper has yet to lay claim to so many coulda-woulda-shoulda hits that will get the axe right before the new fall schedules are announced next May, but we at TVGuide.com wanted to take a closer look at those long-running shows with final seasons in full swing to see if they're living up to fans' expectations or if their swan songs are falling flat...
Bad news in Shondaland: Private Practice, the Grey's Anatomy spin-off, will not continue after its star Kate Walsh exits the series, TVGuide.com has confirmed.
Does Kate Walsh's exit mean the end of Private Practice?
"I'm sad to say that...
Private Practice's Violet (Amy Brenneman) just lost her husband Pete (Tim Daly), but it won't be long before she insists that he be replaced — in the hospital, at least.
"Charlotte, out of respect for Pete, hasn't replaced him in the ER," Brenneman tells TVGuide.com. "She's pregnant and working herself into the ground and I say to her, 'It's OK. You need to replace Pete.' I see the new doctor (played by Matt Long) and it's like I'm seeing a ghost because he's like a young Pete."
Shonda Rhimes and the Private Practice cast celebrate 100!
When Private Practice spun off from Grey's Anatomy in 2007, few thought it would make it this long — including the brain trust behind the series — but on Tuesday night, the ABC medical drama will hit 100 episodes, a rare feat in television these days.
Private Practice Gallery: The cast shares their favorite episodes
"For me, I think it's amazing that something that spun off of something ended up being so successful," creator Shonda Rhimes tells TVGuide.com. "I'm...
Spoiler alert! If you haven't watched last night's Private Practice, stop reading now, as this story addresses the death of a major character.
It was no secret that Tim Daly was leaving ABC's Private Practice. Over the summer, the disgruntled actor expressed his obvious disappointment about his dismissal through tweets to his followers. Still, some fans were holding out hope that creator Shonda Rhimes might send his character, Dr. Pete Wilder, off into the sunset just as she did when Audra McDonald (Naomi) elected to return to Broadway at the end of the 2010-2011 season. Instead, Rhimes chose the same fate she crafted for Chris Lowell's Dell in 2010. Here's why....