How a decades-long blind spot culminated in the “Angry Black Woman.”
Buckle up: It’s gonna be a wild ride.
A refresher on where Meredith & Co. left off before the Season 11 premiere on Sept. 25.
“I don’t have any time to stay up all night worrying about what someone who doesn’t love me has to say about me.”
“I’m going to need to put down the internet and go dance this one out. Because ish is getting real.”
There are some pleasant surprises coming this year — and yes, some disasters. Here are the fall 2014 shows of distinction, good and bad, in handy chronological order!
Liza Weil, best known for playing Rory Gilmore’s neurotic frenemy on Gilmore Girls, talks about what she learned from life in Stars Hollow, working in ShondaLand for five years, and becoming a series regular again on How to Get Away With Murder.
“I feel like Shonda gets me, all of me,” the How to Get Away With Murder actress said at BuzzFeed Brews with Facebook Live on Wednesday. “Not just maybe what I would represent in a generic form, which is mama, maid.”
“Thank god that Shonda Rhimes had this agenda to make television look like life, to make it look like the real world,” Grey’s Anatomy star Ellen Pompeo said at BuzzFeed Brews with Facebook Live. “Let’s just get past diversity being a couple of black people in a show.”
At BuzzFeed Brews with Facebook Live, Viola Davis, Kerry Washington, and Ellen Pompeo tell Annalise Keating, Olivia Pope, and Meredith Grey how they really feel about their behavior.
“I don’t find acting terribly empowering,” the woman behind Meredith Grey said during BuzzFeed Brews with Facebook Live.
No, seriously. Where is she?
This is a story all about how my life got flipped, turned upside down.
The star of Shonda Rhimes’ unpredictable drama talks about working while pregnant, the unraveling of Olivia Pope during the “dark season,” and why she’s “blessed” to have received an Emmy nomination.
The leading ladies of Rhimes’ three shows — Grey’s Anatomy, Scandal, and How to Get Away With Murder — tried to find out what’s in store for their characters.
Mark your calendars, gladiators.
All the points for Gryffindor.
In a commencement speech earlier this month, Shonda Rhimes ruffled some feathers when she said, “A hashtag is not a movement.” Here’s what Twitter activists had to say in response.
“#YesAllWomen #TakeBackTheNight #NotAllMen #BringBackOurGirls #StopPretendingHashtagsAreTheSameAsDoingSomething”
Starting this fall, TV will look more like life — with more actors of color leading casts than ever before.
The internet blew up over the report that West was taking over for Columbus Short on Scandal, but it turned out it was just a hoax. “It’s kind of cool everyone’s talking about me for a second,” the actor told BuzzFeed about his bizarre 15 minutes of fame.
“At this time I must confirm my exit from a show I’ve called home for three years,” Short wrote in a statement.
They both take place in D.C. and involve the government, but those aren’t the only things Olivia Pope & Associates and the CIA have in common.
The actor opens up on coming to terms with being Bryan MacKenzie, the jobs he missed out on, and his Olivia Pope & Associates superfan.
Shonda Rhimes’ political thriller always leaves you guessing, but entertainment editorial director Jace Lacob and staff writer Emily Orley take a stab as to what might happen by the end of the third season. Let the wild speculation begin!
This is what it feels like when you learn that creator Shonda Rhimes is going to have your character be brutally murdered and finally come to terms with what happened.
Isaiah Washington is returning to Grey’s Anatomy — but how?