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Grey’s Anatomy was all about the Harper Avery this week, beginning with Cristina (Sandra Oh) anxiously waiting for a call to find out if she got a nomination for the prestigious medical award, surrounded by Meredith (Ellen Pompeo), Alex (Justin Chambers) and Jo (Camilla Luddington). While they’re all happy for her, there’s also some jealousy going around.
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In order to mask her jealousy, Meredith throws Christina a champagne toast in the middle of Grey Sloan Memorial Hospital. Shane (Gaius Charles), who seems to feel like he earned the nomination just as much as Christina, is walking around the hospital with even more confidence than usual. Tired of his gloating, Leah (Tessa Ferrer) and Jo (Jerrika Hinton) try to convince Steph to use her swap monkey privileges.
Last night, ABC released the new promo/spoiler clip (below) for their upcoming "Grey's Anatomy" episode 19 of season 10, and it appears that things will get majorly drama-filled and intense as a very ill young boy attempts to run away, causes extreme chaos in the hospital, and more! The episode is titled, "I'm Winning." In the new,19th episode, Cristina will end up, getting nominated for a Harper Avery. Most of her fellow doctors/peers will be very ecstatic for her. However, she will not let herself get too crazy about it. Bailey is going to keep working on a young boy that doesn't have an immune system. Alex will contemplate making a change, and Derek and Callie will work with a machine that can recognize emotions. in the meantime, Richard will be spotted, giving the residents a pep talk about the exciting projects that are going on around the hospital. »
Grey’s Anatomy taught viewers a lesson about germs on Thursday night’s episode, pointing out in the opening voiceover that people touch their faces on average 18 times per hour – making them incredibly susceptible to infections.
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In the ER of Grey Sloan Memorial Hospital, everybody seems to be suffering from the same flu-like symptoms. When Arizona (Jessica Capshaw) takes a sneeze to the face, she resigns herself to the fact she'll contract the illness by the end of the day. Trauma doctor April (Sarah Drew) consults a patient with an autoimmune disorder, whose treatments seem to have stopped working. He, clearly, absolutely cannot get what’s going around the hospital so they put him in isolation.
After getting sneezed on, Arizona introduces Alex (Justin Chambers) to Oliver (aka “Dr. Butthole”), who’s made a name for himself performing bowel surgeries. He’s there to operate on a »
Recently, ABC revealed the new,official synopsis/spoilers for their upcoming "Grey's Anatomy" episode 19 of season 10. The episode is entitled, "I'm Winning," and it sounds like things will get sorta interesting as Cristina will get thrust into the spotlight by winning a great award, and more. In the new,19th episode press release: Cristina is going to get the news of a lifetime. Press release number 2: Cristina is going to be nominated for a Harper Avery and although most of her fellow doctors are ecstatic, she is not going to let herself get too excited. Bailey is going to continue to work on a young boy without an immune system. Alex will consider making a change, and Derek and Callie will work with a machine that can recognize emotions. In the meantime, Richard will give the residents a pep talk about the exciting projects going on around the hospital. »
Grey’s Anatomy’s Cristina-centric episode on Thursday night began with a voiceover from the cardiothoracic surgeon that’s focused on self-reflection.
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"Do you know who you are? Do you know what's happened to you? Do you want to live this way?” she asks. “All it takes is one person, one patient, one moment to change your life forever.” That patient, for Dr. Cristina Yang (Sandra Oh) is a young man named Jason left paralyzed from the waist down following a car accident.
Cristina and Shane (Gaius Charles) operate on his heart in the Or, not realizing that the damage to his vertebrae is irreparable. Effortlessly, Cristina shows Ross how to repair the hardest vessel to work with – dubbed the “black mamba.” Dancing her way through it, she executes a perfect repair. Riding the high of the successful surgery, she learns from Derek (Patrick Dempsey) that though the patient's heart is fixed, »
[Warning: This story contains spoilers from Thursday's "Do You Know" episode of Grey's Anatomy.] ABC's Grey's Anatomy offered not one but two glimpses into what Cristina (Sandra Oh) and Owen's (Kevin McKidd) future may look like during Thursday's "Sliding Doors"-style hour. Inspired by a case in which a paralyzed man is given the choice to live or die, Cristina envisions her future in three different scenarios. In the first, Cristina -- who over 10 seasons has remained steadfast in her desire to not have children -- makes a sacrifice for Owen to remarry and start a family. The second sees
- Lesley Goldberg
Now that Cristina has rekindled her relationship with ex-husband Owen (Kevin McKidd), she'll be faced with two very different possibilities for her future. Does she return to life with the man she loves even if it means someday sacrificing her beliefs? Or does Owen give up what he's always wanted when it comes to family? "They call it...
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- Natalie Abrams
A happily ever after ending is not looking too good right now. Grey's Anatomy is not taking it easy on fans of Cristina (Sandra Oh) and Owen's (Kevin McKidd) relationship in Sandra Oh's final episodes on the series, and unfortunately, things are looking worse than ever for the beloved couple in our exclusive sneak peek at Thursday's all-new episode, "Do You Know?" Yes, it seems like that moment of bliss in last week's episode of the ABC hit drama, with Owen saying Cristina is "the person" for him, is definitely short-lived judging by the explosive fight the duo gets into in the exclusive video below. But could it really be the couple's final argument?! In the episode, »
It’s Richard’s birthday on Grey’s Anatomy this week. To celebrate, Bailey gives him the opportunity to work the case of a lifetime – while Owen seems to be steering him into retirement.
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Riding up the elevator with Arizona (Jessica Capshaw) and Bailey (Chandra Wilson), Richard (James Pickens Jr.), dressed in a sharp suit, has a spring in his step. When Owen (Kevin McKidd) tells him he needs to talk to him about his surgical schedule, he thinks he’s plotting a surprise party. Soon enough, he realizes the meeting might be about him considering retirement. Later on, Owen throws his weight around whilethe former chief is briefing some interns on a major case – but Richard doesn't plan on going down easily.
The major case, which Bailey called Richard in on for his birthday, involves a grown man who had absorbed his twin while they were both in utero. »
Grey’s Anatomy doc Kevin McKidd is checking in to Franklin & Bash — and he’s bringing his real-life Scottish accent with him!
EW has learned exclusively that McKidd, best known for playing Dr. Owen Hunt on ABC’s veteran medical drama, has been tapped for a guest spot as a man named Albert Daugherty, who is also the Duke of Weddington. Per the storyline, the testy landowner — who is described as the kind of guy who would rather settle a dispute with a claymore than a discussion — crosses paths with the lawyer duo played by Mark-Paul Gosselaar and Breckin Meyer »
- Sandra Gonzalez
Spoiler alert! If you haven’t watched this week’s episode of Justified, stop reading now. The promo showed Danny Crowe (Aj Buckley) charging at Raylan (Timothy Olyphant), testing the 21-Foot Rule. The belief is that a man with a knife, standing within 21 feet of a man with a holstered gun, will win that showdown. How did it work out for Danny? In a way that would’ve made the late Elmore Leonard proud. Buckley phoned EW to chat about the scene that will go down as one of the series’ funniest. Read what executive producer Graham Yost had to say about it, »
- Mandi Bierly
New Grey's Anatomy season 10 Cristina,Owen future episode spoilers hit the net . Recently, TV Guide delivered their latest Mega Buzz, spoiler chat session, and in this particular segment, they, with the help of Owen Actor, Kevin McKidd revealed some new spoiler intel on Grey's Anatomy season 10 in regards to Cristina and Owen. It turns out that a patient is going to cause Cristina to think of possible scenarios about she and Owen's future, and more. In their spoiler chat report, they stated: "Cristina and Owen fans will want to pay extra attention. The episode offers glimpses of what could possibly happen in their future. "A patient makes Cristina's character think about possible scenarios of where they're going to end up because they keep coming back to each other," Kevin McKidd tells me. But will Cristina's vision of the future be one she wants to pursue?" »
Grey’s Anatomy started with a voice-over on Thursday that offered a bit of optimism for the drama-prone doctors of Grey Sloan Memorial Hospital.
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“Throwing It All Away” began at Callie (Sara Ramirez) and Arizona’s (Jessica Capshaw) new home, while the two of them were getting ready to go to work and drop Sophia off at daycare. In the midst of the hustle, Sophia accidentally spills some juice on Arizona’s artificial leg. When Callie comes in the room to ask Arizona where she should put her Wheelies, Arizona instructs her to ditch them.
Once at the hospital, Arizona’s day doesn’t look like it’s about to get any easier. First, she gets called a robot by a “little human” patient – which she handles deftly – and then she learns from Hunt (Kevin McKidd) that the infamous complaint came from Leah Murphy (Tessa Ferrer), and »
Grey’s Anatomy “You've Got To Hide Your Love Away “ began with a montage of the couples having sex, withholding sex, and vowing for a new start.
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As Meredith (Ellen Pompeo) talks about the pervasiveness of cancer in a voiceover, Jo (Camilla Luddington) and Alex (Justin Chambers) are rolling around in his bed – the awkwardness of the forgotten proposal clearly behind them. Meanwhile, unmemorable couple Owen (Kevin McKidd) and Emma (Marguerite Moreau) are going at it in the trailer bed. Lying in each other’s arms, they discuss moving to a bigger place, because Emma just really isn’t a fan of living in a “tin can.”
Meanwhile, Meredith and Derek (Patrick Dempsey) are at home getting ready for the day. When Derek asks Meredith what tie he should wear to meet the president, she admits she’s happy for him as a doctor, but not as »
We all knew the new rule on "Grey's Anatomy" wouldn't last.
Last Thursday, the board of Grey Sloan Memorial instated a rule banning all inter-hospital relationships, excluding already married couples. But did you think that rule would fall apart immediately? Because it sure did, on Thursday's (March 6) episode, "You've Got To Hide Your Love Away."
Not only did unmarried-but-still-together couple Alex and Jo continue to see each other (first trying a fake breakup and sneaking around until they were caught in a closet by Webber), but the head of the hospital, Owen, hooked up with Yang!
That's right, not only did the person supposed to upholding the new rule hypocritically break it, but he broke it by cheating on his girlfriend and reigniting the spark with his ex. Wowza. And the cherry on top? He realized he doesn't want kids after all. He wants to come home at the end »
Like HBO’s fantasy hit, the 2005 series was a sprawling non-contemporary swords-and-shields drama with a large ensemble cast and plenty of violence and sex. It was extremely well written and acted, launching its cast into stardom. Rome was also quite expensive and shot overseas, just like Thrones.
Except Rome was canceled, with HBO making the tough decision to ax the show before its second season even aired in order to save money on maintaining production resources in Italy. It’s rare that networks ever admit that ending a show was a mistake, »
- James Hibberd
I have my mother to thank for a lot of things — my hair, my love of purses, my fear of camel crickets, my existence, and most of all, my judgmental qualities when it comes to on-screen kisses. When I was but a teen, I remember sitting on my couch watching Ryan and Marissa’s first kiss on The O.C. I had no idea my mother was standing in the corner of the room until I heard, “Oh My God! That is the best kiss Ever!!” Suddenly, I had to rewind the scene to see what the heck she was talking about. »
- Samantha Highfill
The alternate ending trailer for the upcoming Starz show "Outlander" was released last week (video below). While the first trailer was amazing, this one, well ... we about lost our minds over the last image, which you can see above.
Here's the straight deal: I've been a huge fan of the books for more than 15 years now, and I realize the fervor with which fans love them.
Like most books with a devoted, almost cult-like following, there is little in-between with them -- you either love them, or you never make it to the second book. I fall into the first group.
Now, after more than 20 years, "Outlander" is actually being made into a television series. Fans have waited over 20 years for Hollywood to do something with these stories, while actor after actor that we all thought would be perfect rose up in show business and then promptly aged out of »
Scream Factory recently announced that 2002′s Dog Soldiers would be released later this year as a collector’s edition Blu-ray / DVD combo pack. We now have the official release date and a look at the new cover art:
“Hot off the heels of our art reveal of Sleepaway Camp last week, we have another one for you to start the week off right! Check out the newly-designed key art for our upcoming Collector’s Edition of the epic werewolf film Dog Soldiers (DVD & Blu-ray combo out 6/24). This incredible vision comes to us from artist Nathan Thomas Milliner (who also did Sleepaway Camp, amongst others greats).
Production on extras have just begun and we’ll have full details to report to you as to what they are in mid-April. Pre-order links on our site at ScreamfactoryDVD.com should appear in March in which a limited edition 18″ x 24″ poster of the art »
- Jonathan James
ABC has announced that Pixar is developing a holiday special called Toy Story That Time Forgot. The news comes from Variety, which says that the special will revolve around "a post-Christmas play date for the Toy Story gang when a group of action figures turns out to be dangerously delusional.”
All the Toy Story shorts that have been made have been pretty awesome, and the whole original voice cast will be returning to reprise their roles! Those actors include Tom Hanks as Woody, Tim Allen as Buzz, Kristen Schaal as Trixie, Kevin McKidd as Reptillus Maximus, Wallace Shawn as Rex, Timothy Dalton as Mr. Pricklepants, Don Rickles as Mr. Potato Head ,and Joan Cusack as Jessie.
- Joey Paur
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