A shooter may not be rampaging through Seattle Grace, but that doesn't mean there won't be casualties in the season finale of Grey's Anatomy. This time, however, it's the doctors' relationships that end up on life support — and may even flatline.
"Last year, the finale was about something external coming in and forcing our characters to cling to one another for dear life," Sarah Drew tells TVGuide.com. "This finale is about something internally that implodes and ends up breaking relationships and tearing people apart."
Shonda Rhimes on the Grey's Anatomy finale: No gunmen, more growth
Who's to blame? Well...
Zsa Zsa Gabor
Zsa Zsa Gabor slipped into a coma early Wednesday, CNN reports.
The 94-year-old "slipped into a little coma," according to her husband Prince Frederic von Anhalt, after being taken to Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center on Tuesday. Gabor was transported to...
Carey Mulligan is getting back to her roots — literally — by sporting a new, darker 'do. The actress was spotted out and about New York City recently with chocolate brown locks.
Mulligan, 25, first got audiences' attention (as a brunette) for...
Jeff Conaway, best known for playing Kenickie in Grease, is in critical condition after an apparent overdose, The Los Angeles Times reports.
Conaway's family members told the Times that the actor has been hospitalized at Encino Hospital Medical Center with...
She's been called lazy. She's been called a coattail-rider. But no matter what Survivor castaways and fans said about Natalie Tenerelli, it was her passive game play and her unflinching devotion to "Boston Rob" Mariano that earned her a spot in the final three. Unfortunately, these two traits were also her downfall and she received zero votes from the jury (she even came in behind Phillip Sheppard, which is really saying something). The 19-year-old professional dancer spoke with TVGuide.com about why she decided not to throw Rob under the bus, how she feels about the jury's — especially Julie Wolfe's — harsh words and why she wasn't as lazy as people think...
Bret Harrison, Christian Slater
Looks like Breaking In is a goner. Given a second chance for a second season to see how it would perform without American Idol's help, the show lost nearly half of its new lead-in's audience.
The Fox sitcom pulled in 3.32 million viewers at 9:30/8:30c after Raising Hope attracted 5.53 million at 9/8c — or some 44 percent less. The show — which Fox moved to Tuesday after axing it last week — also only managed a 1.4 rating among 18-to-49-year-olds. In its previous post-Idol time slot, Breaking In was averaging some 7.7 million — about two-thirds smaller than Idol's audience.
Lars Von Trier
Lars von Trier loves to shock. Just watch his movies. But he also likes to say shocking things. Remember when he said former President George W. Bush dreamed of being whipped by Condoleezza Rice? Well, now he says that he's a Nazi who can "understand" Hitler.
At a Cannes film festival news conference, he said he found out "he was really a Nazi, because my family was German ... which also gave me some pleasure. ... I understand Hitler. But I think he did some wrong things. Yes, absolutely ... I sympathize with him a little bit."