Sandra Oh and Isaiah Washington
Preston Burke is returning to Grey Sloan Memorial!
Isaiah Washington will reprise his role as Cristina's (Sandra Oh) former flame during an episode of Grey's Anatomy that will air this May, TVGuide.com has learned.
Grey's Anatomy: Are Alex and Jo really going to break up?
Much to the dismay of longtime Grey's fans, Oh announced in August that she was leaving the ABC medical drama after 10 seasons. It is unclear whether Burke will show up in Oh's final episode.
Sara Ramirez, Hector Elizondo
Papa Torres is coming back to Seattle!
Hector Elizondo is set to reprise his role as Carlos Torres, the father of Callie Tores (Sara Ramirez), on Grey's Anatomy, TVGuide.com has learned exclusively.
Elizondo will appear in...
T.R. Knight, Patrick
T.R. Knight married his longtime boyfriend, Patrick, in an "intimate ceremony" in front of friends and family last Friday, Us Weekly reports.
Ellen Pompeo has more than 200 episodes of on-screen drama under her belt as Meredith Grey on Grey's Anatomy, but now the actress is dishing on some of the behind-the-scenes shakeups.
In an interview with the New York Post on the set of the show's 200th episode, Pompeo reveals that creator Shonda Rhimes originally wanted Isaiah Washington to play Meredith's love interest on the show. But Pompeo said she told Rhimes she'd rather have Patrick Dempseyplay Meredith's now-husband, Derek Shepherd.
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, 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?
Hilarie Burton and Jessica Capshaw
[Warning: This story contains major spoilers from Thursday's episode of Grey's Anatomy. Read at your own risk!]
Grey's Anatomy creator Shonda Rhimes did warn Calzona fans in advance. Several warnings, in fact. So it should not have come as such a huge, jaw-dropping surprise in Thursday's episode that...
Julianna Margulies, Josh Charles, Christine Baranski
In Sunday's brilliantly entertaining finale to another splendid season of CBS' The Good Wife — we choose to forget that Kalinda's ex ever existed — Denis O'Hare returns as a judge whose sciatica keeps him off the bench, pacing around the courtroom as he presides over a late-night emergency hearing over ballot-box irregularities in the next day's neck-and-neck election for Illinois governor. (Alicia's husband Peter is sweating every single vote.) Like Judge Abernathy, you may find it difficult to stay seated as this episode (9/8c), written by series creators Robert King (who also directed) and Michelle King, takes its many clever twists and turns, specializing in mischievous misdirection and game-changing surprises up to the very last jaw-dropping minute.
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...
The Good Wife
Breathe easy, Good Wife fans. The end of the show isn't near. Just the end of Peter's gubernatorial campaign.
"We have every reason to anticipate we're coming back," co-creator and executive producer Michelle King told reporters on a conference call Monday. Added her husband, co-creator and executive producer Robert King, "We're writing as if we're coming back."
No one can blame fans of the CBS legal drama for being concerned. For all the show's critical acclaim and big-name guest stars, The Good Wife dipped to a series low 1.4 rating in the adults ages 18-49 demo on Feb. 17. The show bounced back to a 1.6 the following week, and the Kings said the ratings haven't been an issue with CBS. "They're very sophisticated in terms of how the ratings work," Michelle said. "They've never given anything but a positive response and they really focus on the creative and just...