You know, besides “It’s not a tumor.”
You know, besides “It’s not a tumor.”
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Isaiah Washington is returning to Grey’s Anatomy — but how?
Before Shonda Rhimes wrote the critically-acclaimed series about a Washington D.C. fixer/president’s mistress, she penned some different types of scenes. Here they are, reacted to by the cast of Scandal.
One knee, two hearts, three times your monthly salary, and four little words: “Will you marry me?” But not all proposals pop off the screen!
We lost a lot of the good ones this year — and several of the not-so-good ones too. Also, SPOILER ALERT for like, pretty much every show. You’ve been warned.
So many ladies, so many feelings — so little time in your TV watching schedule.
The doctor is in the house! The Grey’s Anatomy’s star took a break from her busy schedule to answer our exclusive Q&A.
It’s hard to be a woman on television without the internet saying horrible and disgusting things about you. From Skyler White to Dana Brody to Hannah Horvath, let’s look at how these female characters were disparaged this year.
While LGBT representation went down slightly in 2013, the bigger problem is how LGBT characters were portrayed. With displays of same-sex affection so invisible, gay characters just aren’t on the same footing as their heterosexual counterparts.
In honor of the 200th episode of the Shonda Rhimes ABC medical drama on Thursday, Oct. 10, we’ve looked back on some of the sage advice we’ve gained from Meredith Grey and Co. through the years. (Beyond that being a mistress gets you a husband and two adorable children.)
Here’s why Dr. Miranda Bailey is the sassiest, classiest doctor at Seattle Grace Mercy West, as told by her face.
You can’t even begin to imagine.
Controversy over a homophobic slur got the actor fired from Grey’s Anatomy in 2007. After nearly seven years of death threats and a million dollars of debt from his efforts to redeem himself, Washington is attempting a comeback.
On his passion for racing: “It’s become a full-time business at this point.” His new show about his Le Mans journey begins tonight.
Meredith and Cristina have nothing on you guys.
Let’s put it this way: Father’s Day isn’t something they look forward to.
Monogamy is hard, especially when everyone around you is TV-level attractive. To celebrate the premiere of ABC’s Mistresses, let’s take a look at other depictions of infidelity.
The official end of the network television season was this week, and good lord, what a disaster! Here’s the good and the bad — but mostly the bad.
Callie and Arizona’s relationship is up in the air, just like everyone’s emotional well being this season. Jesus, take the wheel.
For the first time in his career, Malina is on a big hit show, and he’s reveling in it. Here, he talks about Scandal, his friendship with Aaron Sorkin, and why both John Cusack and Jon Favreau hate him.
When he’s not playing reporter James Novak on Scandal, Dan Bucatinsky is hard at work in the Grey’s Anatomy writers’ room. And he’s raising a family too.
The creator of Scandal and Grey’s Anatomy opened up to the New York Times about her successes and what Hollywood still gets wrong. Turns out Shonda Rhimes is even more awesome than we thought.
That the Silence of the Lambs prequel didn’t die an immediate death passes for good news at the troubled network these days.
Whether you still watch Grey’s Anatomy or fell off the wagon a long time ago; we can all agree on the perfection that is “Calzona”.
You either want to be her or want her to be your best friend. Let’s be honest, the true tragedy of Grey’s Anatomy is that they didn’t make the show all about Cristina.
Smash and Glee aren’t the only TV series that have expressed themselves in song.
Do you find yourself weeping in front of the television? I do. Here’s my list of my biggest criers of the year. (A few spoilers ahead.)
Most of our top shows will be back next year, but some of our favorite characters won’t. Here are the 2012 TV deaths we’re still mourning. (SPOILERS for Grey’s Anatomy, The Walking Dead, Game of Thrones, Homeland, Mad Men, The Vampire Diaries, Hell on Wheels, Dexter, Breaking Bad, and Boardwalk Empire.)