Bachelor Pad, Chris Harrison
After 19 previous Bachelor and Bachelorette contests in one house that led to tension, tears and hookups, Bachelor Pad host Chris Harrison still was "stunned" at just how quickly the house became split between the "cool kids" and the...
The Grey in Grey's Anatomy is going to have "some frustrating episodes" when the ABC medical drama returns, Ellen Pompeo says of her character.
After the devastatingly tragic Season 6 finale, which saw Meredith's Post-it husband shot and near death, it's going to take a while for every doctor at Seattle Grace to get back on their feet, but none more so than Meredith — at least, that's what trauma counselor Andrew Perkins (James Tupper) thinks.
Shonda Rhimes: Grey's Anatomy docs all grown up in new season
Perkins must clear each doctor before they can return to the OR, and Meredith is definitely not...
Oh my god, did you hear what Tenley said about Elizabeth? She like, totally, called her out for doing "it" with Kovacs in the shower. I know, right?!
Wow, what a crowd of overgrown high schoolers. Using language like "the outsiders," "the cool kids" and the ever popular "clique," the remaining Bachelor Pad dwellers devolved into vicious, unruly teens last night as they jockeyed for social supremacy within the house. It was like that Wild Kingdom scene in Mean Girls, only with giant fake breasts, oddly hairless, overworked torsos and Chris Harrison as the befuddled principal....
Mandy Moore, Grey's Anatomy
Just when the doctors of Seattle Grace Mercy West are staring to get back to normal, they will receive a blast from the past reminding them of that horrible May day when a crazed gunman began killing doctors and nurses left and right.
Mandy Moore, so memorable in May's two-part season finale, returns to Grey's Anatomy in the sixth episode of its new season. Fans will recall Mandy's character, Mary (or Bloody Mary as I like to think of her), was the unfortunate patient coping with a colostomy bag when fate called upon her to assist Bailey...
You know Rick Castle (Nathan Fillion) is going to have a hard time with this. Besides having to assist with the occasional murder mystery, Castle is now going to have to deal with a maturing daughter entering the dating scene.
In Castle's fourth new episode of the season, titled "Punked," studious Alexis Castle (Molly Quinn) will begin dating ...
As ABC's poignant documentary series Boston Med (Thursday, 10/9c, ABC) has unfurled, we've witnessed the treatment of a wounded police officer, an infant heart procedure and a risky brain surgery. While all were undeniably remarkable, none are as mesmerizing as the case that makes up tonight's finale — a partial face transplant.
Only the second such procedure attempted in the United States, the April 2009 operation lasted 17 hours...
Sandra Oh, Jesse Tyler Ferguson, Sela Ward
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What's Cristina up to when Grey's Anatomy returns? — Jenni
ADAM: She won't be great. While Cristina is usually the rock the other docs lean on, her reaction to the traumatic season finale rampage takes longer to sort out than some of the other surgeons. In fact, when she is finally cleared to go back into surgery, an accident in the OR freaks her out so much that she collapses into a sobbing mess on the floor.
Can we get some more Modern Family scoop? — Rusty
MICKEY: If you were as tickled as we were to discover that Mitchell and Claire were once an figure-skating duo named Fire and Ice, you're going to love the next nugget...