Both “Grey’s Anatomy” and “Scandal” ended their seasons with huge cliffhangers. Showrunner Shonda Rhimes is responsible for both jawdropping moments. The queen of Thursday night is notoriously anti-spoiler, but she was willing to share a few tidbits about the upcoming seasons of her two hit shows.
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Patrick Dempsey says his future on “Grey’s Anatomy” will be determined by the renegotiations over his contract. Watch what he said on “Letterman” …
Cristina Yang has left Seattle Grace. Or, rather, she will, after the upcoming season of “Grey’s Anatomy” wraps up. Sandra Oh, who plays Yang on the series, will leave the hit ABC medical drama at the end of the season premiering Sept. 26.
Katherine Heigl wants to return to television, but that does not mean that she will be coming back to “Grey’s Anatomy,” the show that made her a star.
The prognosis for “Grey’s Anatomy” looks good, according to ABC’s top programming executive, who says the show can run for “many” more seasons. Details …
By Jethro Nededog ABC has released its fall premiere dates and it continues the trend of staggered debut dates, something broadcast networks have taken from the cable playbook. Premiering on […]
“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.”
Despite a campaign to save “Happy Endings,” ABC has decided to cancel the comedy series as it prepares its schedule for the new fall season. “Happy Endings,” along with Reba […]
“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 […]
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