Grey's Anatomy on ABC

2005, TV Show

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"Kumar," Grey's Producer Ink ABC Deals

Variety reports that ABC and Touchstone have inked Kal Penn, a cast member on the coming season of 24, to a talent-holding deal in which the network will develop prospective projects, mainly single-camera comedies, for the Harold & Kumar star. Peter Horton, meanwhile, has also signed a new, two-year, seven-figure pact with Touchstone to continue on as an exec producer on Grey's Anatomy, in addition to serving as a consultant on Six Degrees. read more

Love Notes: Whitney Browns Out! A McDreamy Baby!

Following in the footsteps of countless other couples whose unions were at one time chronicled by a reality show, Whitney Houston, citing "irreconcilable differences," has filed papers requesting a legal separation from Bobby Brown, her hubby of 14 years. Brown's lawyer was quick to spin the event as "a legal separation... not a divorce or a divorce petition." Houston has asked for custody of the couple's 13-year-old daughter, Bobbi Kristina, and that Brown be allowed visitation rights.... In happier news read more

ABC, NBC Deliver Episodes Online, for Free

ABC and iTunes have partnered for "Million Hit Lowdown," a promotion designed to help viewers get caught up on their favorite shows, before the new seasons premiere, by offering free downloads of last season's finales of Desperate Housewives, Grey's Anatomy and Lost, as well as highlight specials for all three serials. Go to ABC.com for more.... NBC has announced plans to stream free, ad-supported episodes of its prime-time lineup, each accentuated by live premiere-night blogs from assorted producers and performers. read more

Fans Make House, Grey's Big Winners

Fox's House was named outstanding drama series, and Hugh Laurie was crowned best drama actor, in the first annual MediaVillage TV Fan Awards, which were based on online voting at Jack Myers MediaVillage.com. Other winners include The Office (best comedy), Veronica Mars' Kristen Bell (drama actress), Grey's Anatomy's T.R. Knight and Sandra Oh (in supporting categories), and Scrubs' Zach Braff and Gilmore Girls' Lauren Graham (as comedy leads). read more

Let me just start by saying I ...

Question: Let me just start by saying I am holding 10 Smurfs inches away from my garbage disposal. Give me some prattle on Grey's Anatomy or they get tossed in.


Answer: For all that is blue and holy, don't do it! Here's your Grey's poop: We're going to meet one of Derek's sisters early in the season and her presence will instantly drive a wedge between recently reunited lovahs Derek and Meredith. According to my spy, Derek's sib will sneak into his trailer and make herself comfy in his bed — all while her bro is taking a shower. Naturally, a naked Derek steps out of the shower and discovers his sis in the sack at the precise moment Meredith walks in. Meredith assumes he's McCheating on her with the mystery hottie and flees before Derek has a chance to explain. Oh, the drama!

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In the last AA, you said that ...

Question: In the last AA, you said that someone will die in the season premiere of Lost, Veronica Mars or Grey's Anatomy. My guess is Lost. Am I right?


Answer: Wrong. It's Veronica Mars.

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Exclusive: Grey's Star Reveals Troubled Past

Isaiah Washington has kept his troubled past hidden ? until now. The Grey's Anatomy actor opens up about his own surprising brush with violence on the Sept. 21 Judge Hatchett in order to prove to one teen it's possible to go from street kid to superstar. "There was a time I didn't think I'd live to see 25," Washington reveals to TV Guide. Judge Glenda Hatchett (who frequently uses her show as a venue to save at-risk youth) and Washington staged an intervention to turn around the life of Hakeem White, a 16-year-old North Carolinian with a record of crime that already includes gun possession, selling drugs and slashing his own brother with a knife. Washington told White something he had never told anyone other than his wife: "I was young and dumb.... And one day I popped off my mouth to the wrong person and got shot." (He still has the bullet hole in his right hip.) Why did Washington risk his reputation to teach a lesson to a young man he had never met? "[Hakeem] needed to see that... read more

Finally: Official Grey's Spoilers

When it comes to Grey's Anatomy spoilers, a little scoopbit goes a long way. So enjoy the following just-released-minutes-ago ABC teaser for Grey's Sept. 28 episode, followed by a list of the regular and guest casts. "I Am a Tree": Cristina meets Burke's parents ? and in the most awkward of circumstances, the interns campaign for Izzie's reinstatement to the surgical-intern program, plus Addison takes a break from her hospital duties, and a surgical patient lives what may be her last day to the fullest.This program will repeat Friday, September 29, from 8-9 pm/ET.Grey's Anatomy stars Ellen Pompeo as Meredith Grey, Patrick Dempsey as Derek Shepherd, Sandra Oh as Cristina Yang, Isaiah Washington as Preston Burke, Katherine Heigl as Isobel "Izzie" Stevens, Justin Chambers as Alex Karev, T.R. Knight as George O'Malley, Chandra Wilson as Miranda Bailey, James Pickens Jr. as Richard Webber, Kate Walsh as Addison Shepherd and Sara Ramirez as Callie Torres. Guest cast: Chris O'Donnell... read more

I know John Billingsley is on ...

Question: I know John Billingsley is on another new show, but couldn't the producers of Prison Break find a way to work around his schedule to shoot last week's scenes? Did the creators/producers honestly believe that their viewers wouldn't notice the actor change for "murder victim" Terrence Steadman? No wonder people think he's dead. Answer: I would be surprised if many people cared. Though I'm no fan of the ridiculous conspiracy story line on Prison Break (in the first season, any time the show went outside the prison my eyes began to roll), I found Jeff Perry (most recently seen as Thatcher Grey on Grey's Anatomy) a reasonable substitute for John Billingsley in look and, more important, in tone for what isn't exactly a make-or-break role. Ease up, people. If you're going to take such a hard line on every show, it's going to be a long, dark season ... read more

I have a laundry list of ...

Question: I have a laundry list of questions about summer viewing: Is Life on Mars going to have a second season, or was it a one-off? (I'm scared to death of the American remake — I'm expecting Starsky & Hutch.) I was disappointed to hear about the bad ratings of Brotherhood — it's too good to be ignored. If there is no second season, will we be left hanging, or does the first series come to some sort of resolution? I know it's early, but what is the likelihood of Vanished making it through the season? Is Fox willing to take a chance based on the success of 24 and Prison Break, or will this be another Firefly/Wonderfalls/Reunion? Finally, what is your reaction to Denis Leary getting an Emmy nomination for acting but not one for writing? As good as he is as Tommy Gavin, his and Peter Tolan's scripts are the heart of that series. How could the writing be ignored? Answer: There is a second series of Life on Mars, but no word on when BBC America will present read more

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