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
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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 …
“Grey’s Anatomy” returns on Thursday, Sept. 26 at 9/8c on ABC. When we last saw the gang at the newly christened Grey-Sloan Memorial Hospital, Meredith (Ellen Pompeo) had just given… More
I was up watching the 65th Primetime Emmy Awards Sunday night and like most people on my Twitter feed, kind of wish I could get those three hours back.
Sarah Drew plays good girl resident doctor April Kempner on “Grey’s Anatomy.” Last season, April struggled with her shame over flunking the surgical boards and her guilt over losing her virginity, yet still ended up engaged to one gorgeous man while pining for another. This season, she will find herself in a full-fledged love triangle with Jackson (Jesse Williams) and Matthew (Justin Breuning).
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.
“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.”
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.
Bailey (Chandra Wilson) is probably the most universally beloved “Grey’s Anatomy” character, so it was a true shock when the previous episode ended with the suggestion that Bailey was responsible for the deaths of two patients.
There has been a serious decline in patient and case quality on “Grey’s Anatomy.” I vividly remember the people who were impaled by a pole and faced certain death, the… More