11 items from 2015
You've got to hand it to the Grey's Anatomy writing staff. We're halfway through 11 seasons (episode 233!) and they refuse to take the path of least resistance. It can't be easy to keep things fresh after all this time, yet the show continues to evolve and grow and, yes, surprise. This installment, "Staring At The End," showcased Amelia, Nicole and Arizona. The result was outstanding work by Caterina Scorsone, Geena Davis and Jessica Capshaw as Dr. Herman's "bold and brazen" tumor took center stage. »
I try to keep it off of my social networking feeds as much as possible, but I am one of those angsty people that absolutely hates Valentine’s Day. Hell, I’ve had a significant other for just about every Valentine’s Day since I was 14, and I still hate it. I’ll spare you all the feminist soap box, but know that I welcome Valentine’s Day the way most people welcome cancer. And I’ve had cancer, so that’s saying something.
I am, however, completely ride or die for Valentine’s Day horror films. Most of my horror comrades will spend sometime this week waxing poetic about My Bloody Valentine (or the surprisingly not disappointing My Bloody Valentine 3-D), and some of the more worldly of the bunch might mention something like Lover’S Lane or Horror Hospital, but I’m going to stick my neck out »
- BJ Colangelo
It may have been a while since Grey's Anatomy aired its winter finale, but don't worry - the doctors of Grey Sloane Memorial still relate way too much to the traumas that get wheeled in to the ER. April (Sarah Drew) and Jackson (Jesse Williams) were still reeling after learning that their unborn baby has a fatal condition, and Meredith (Ellen Pompeo) was as hot-and-cold about her relationship with Derek (Patrick Dempsey) as ever. However, she may have found a new Person. Or, well, a suitable stand-in, anyway. Also, as ever, Dr. Herman (Geena Davis) is not here for anyone's Bs. »
- Amanda Michelle Steiner, @amandamichl
It's a tough time to be a Calzona fan. The Grey's Anatomy fan-favorite couple of Callie (Sara Ramirez) and Arizona (Jessica Capshaw) have had more than a few seasons worth of heartbreak and struggles, and it all culminated in an official breakup before the ABC show went on winter break. But in the wise words of executive producer and all-around kick-ass TV boss Shonda Rhimes, "Anything is possible." So is there hope for these two to get back together in the future, despite how bleak their chances might seem as of now? We took that question straight to Capshaw herself, but her answer isn't as optimistic as we hoped it would be. "I don't know," Capshaw tells E! News. »
After giving viewers some time to catch their breath, Shonda Rhimes’ “Tgit” lineup returns to ABC on Thursday, January 29.
It’s going to be tough to top the first half of the season, which featured Smelly Melly, orgasmic theft, sex moves that make your eyes water and the mother of all cliffhangers – Olivia Pope’s disappearance.
See video: 15 Outrageous Shonda Rhimes Moments: Best & Worst of 2014
TheWrap spoke to the stars of the uber-popular ShondaLand »
- Itay Hod
As we delve deeper into the second half of Revenge‘s fourth — and potentially final — season, we find ourselves wondering: Will everyone soon know Emily’s secret? How will characters’ loyalties shift? And, of course, who will live to find out?
TVLine caught up with four of Revenge‘s key players for the scoop…
Jack V. Black | Is Daniel saving a spot for Jack in Revenge heaven? Nick Wechsler tells TVLine we should be “fairly worried” about the Hamptons’ new rookie cop, as Malcolm Black is “going to come after whoever it is that [killed Kate]. I’ll be honest, he’s coming after me. »
Once Upon a Time is enlisting an ad man for its next arc.
Fischler’s character comes across as well-intentioned but is actually a quick-witted, arrogant man with reckless impulses. He will appear in both the fairytale land and Storybrooke.
Fischler will also recur on Season 2 of HBO’s Silicon Valley as Professor Bannercheck, a very serious academic glowing with self-satisfaction who has relocated himself and family to help the guys at Hooli.
Once Upon a Time resumes Season 4 with Episode 13 on Sunday, »
Jessica Capshaw is opening up about the worries and drama surrounding around Grey’s Anatomy. Fans were upset by Arizona and Callie’s break up that took place this season. Knowing how the series has ran with crazy moves by exes, Jessica is telling the world that Grey’s will be careful with the fans of the couple who has been shoved full of issues. Here is what she had to say at the semi-annual TV Critics press tour that she did for the show.
It’s respectful to the fans that really want them to be together, because they don’t have to see them almost be together in every episode….It’s so smart of [the writers], It hasn’t held any sort of inauthenticity. If you break up with someone, you would want some space. The best thing the writers could have done, which is what they did for »
- Sarah Peel
Has a S.H.I.E.L.D. romance been shot down for good? Why should Grey’s fans liquor up? Will Castle leave you hanging? Which Arrow pairing has been postponed? Read on for answers to those questions plus teases from other shows.
Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. fans needs some SkyeWard hope after a certain shot(s) heard round the world in the winter finale. Got anything on their future? –Brooke
It would seem that any last shred of affection ‘tween the two took its hits as well. As Brett Dalton tells me, “Ward had a hell of a time »
Comfort doesn’t get much colder.
But, according to Jessica Capshaw, ABC’s Grey’s Anatomy will be merciful to “Calzona” ‘shippers by keeping the separated marrieds… well, seperated in the wake of their heartrending break-up, when Season 11 resumes on Jan. 29.
“It’s respectful to the fans that really want them to be together,” Arizona’s portrayer told TVLine at a Television Critics Association press tour soiree, “because they don’t have to see them almost be together in every episode.
“It’s so smart of [the writers],” she added. “It hasn’t held any sort of inauthenticity. If you break up with someone, »
Fox has handed out the first pilot order of the season today for a TV series based on Steven Spielberg's 2002 sci-fi feature Minority Report. We first reported on the project back in September, when Steven Spielberg's Amblin Entertainment hired Godzilla screenwriter Max Borenstein to write the pilot script. Kevin Falls has signed on to serve as the showrunner and executive produce alongside Steven Spielberg, Max Borenstein and Amblin TV's Darryl Frank and Justin Falvey.
The original film Minority Report centered on the Precrime unit in Washington D.C., where three "precogs" can see crimes before they are committed. Tom Cruise starred as John Anderton, who leads the Precrime unit before one of the precogs sees him committing a murder, as Anderton goes on the lam to clear his name. The series will be set 10 years after the end of Precrime in D.C., where one of the Precogs »
11 items from 2015
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