What better way to celebrate Women’s History Month than watching a few of TV’s most powerful ladies? From “Scandal” to “The Walking Dead,” I’ve identified seven TV shows that feature sistas that handle it. Sure, they’re perfectly imperfect but aren’t we all? And guess what? All of these shows are available to watch online and most with XFINITY On Demand™.
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This week’s episode, “Somebody That I Used to Know” was a typical “Grey’s Anatomy” holiday: Nobody wants to celebrate, half the characters are miserable about their romantic choices and everyone… More
Watching Meredith and Cristina at odds on “Grey’s Anatomy” is just uncomfortable. They are the one constant in a hospital filled with dysfunctional romantic relationships that rarely last. So this… More
Thursday night’s episode of “Grey’s Anatomy,” “Thriller,” put a medical twist on the Halloween episode, cleverly using horror movie-style camera work and music, along with patients who seem slightly supernatural,… More
The doctors of “Grey’s Anatomy” traded in their scrubs for formal wear in the show’s 200th episode, “Puttin’ on the Ritz,” Thursday night. Watch the entire episode …
After all of the drama of last week’s premiere, this week’s “Grey’s Anatomy” was a little anti-climactic.
“Grey’s Anatomy” ended its ninth season with an electrocuted Richard lying in a pool of water in the hospital basement. Was he dead? Did he miraculously survive?
“Grey’s Anatomy” always has great season finales. Thursday night’s episode, “Perfect Storm,” in which the hospital was plunged into darkness as all hell broke loose, was tense from start to finish. There was a macabre suspense: who was going to die in this episode, because someone nearly always does on “Grey’s.”
“Grey’s Anatomy” always has huge season finales. This week’s penultimate episode, “Readiness Is All,” is pretty big in its own right, as Grey-Sloane Hospital prepares for a large storm while… More
Everyone is losing their damn minds in this week’s episode of “Grey’s Anatomy,” “Do You Believe in Magic.” The doctors are feeling misplaced guilt, considering cheating on their significant others, and acting like children.