We all knew who wouldn't return to Grey's Anatomy next season, but it was still a tiny bit surprising that it was Leah who actually got fired from Grey Sloan Memorial during Thursday's episode.
It was clear that Jo and Stephanie would be...
One of the moments Grey's Anatomy fans have been dreading all season finally happened during Thursday's episode: The discovery of how Cristina Yang will be leaving Grey Sloan Memorial for good.
When Dr. Russell, the head of cardiology, decides to leave the hospital because no one from Grey Sloan will ever win a Harper Avery Award, the board asks Yang to...
Patrick Dempsey, Ellen Pompeo
Grey's Anatomy dropped several bombshells during Thursday's episode, which also marked the return of Private Practice's Caterina Scorsone to Shondaland!
The day after a dejected Cristina failed to win the Harper Avery Award, everyone is going to bat for her, but none more so than Webber. He had planned a trip to Boston to celebrate, but instead turned his trip into an inquisition to find out why Yang was stiffed. It turns out...
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Scandal's season finale was quite explosive — but it wasn't the bomb that was the most shocking moment.
The big bomb scare was actually quickly resolved in the opening moments of Thursday's episode, with Jake (Scott Foley) arriving at the Oval Office to tell Fitz (Tony Goldwyn) about the bomb at the church before it exploded, which allowed them to evacuate in time. Unfortunately...
After 10 seasons of hard work, it seemed like Cristina Yang was poised to get the recognition that the brilliant doctor so rightly deserved. Alas...
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"Are you ready? Because I want you to pay attention. This is the beginning of something."
Yes, Matthew Weiner, you have our attention. The Mad Men creator kicked off the first half of his advertising drama's final season speaking directly to the audience through the mouth of recurring character Freddie Rumsen (Joel Murray). But it was the next line of Freddie's Don Draper-quality pitch for Accutron watches that reveals what seems to truly be on Mad Men's mind for this episode — and perhaps the remainder of the series.
"Do you have time to improve your life?"
That's certainly a question we imagine Don Draper (Jon Hamm) has been asking himself lately...
Laurence Fishburne, Hugh Dancy
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"I'd like to resume my therapy."
With those words, NBC's Hannibal reverted back to the familiar Season 1 dynamic between troubled FBI consultant Will Graham (Hugh Dancy) and cannibalistic serial killer/psychiatrist Hannibal Lecter (Mads Mikkelsen). But nothing is the same as the last time these two men sat across from one another in Hannibal's well-appointed office.
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After Will was locked up for Hannibal's crimes in the Season 1 finale, he spent the first part of the season trying to prove his innocence from inside the Baltimore State Hospital for the Criminally Insane. When those efforts failed (and led to the death of former colleague Beverly Katz), Will took a new approach: He tried to have Hannibal killed.
On Friday's episode...
With so few episodes left before Sandra Oh leaves Grey's Anatomy, Shonda Rhimes is getting her money's worth by having the stalwart doc take center stage yet again.
This time, Cristina Yang gets nominated for a Harper Avery Award, though...
[WARNING: The following story contains spoilers from the Season 5 finale of Justified. Read at your own risk.]
As Justified finales go, the Season 5 capper wasn't nearly as bloody as its predecessors.
Sure, there was a massive shootout between the marshals and the drug cartel that wanted to skin Boyd Crowder (Walton Goggins) alive. But our usually trigger-happy hero Raylan Givens (Timothy Olyphant) never fired his sidearm.
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Instead, Raylan used his head to get the best of ...