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Where. The. Heck. Is. Jo?!
ABC has rolled out another early look at Grey’s Anatomy‘s Season 13 premiere (Thursday, 8/7c), and, once again, the footage centers on the fallout from Alex’s vicious pummeling of Andrew. The new sneak peek also, once again, features nary a glimpse of the woman at the center of the cliffhanger-y skirmish, Alex’s main squeeze Jo.
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Instead, it’s Mer who takes a leading role in helping Karev contain the escalating crisis. The good news? Mer informs Alex that Andrew did not sustain »
Short hair, don't care! Grey's Anatomy alum Sara Ramirez recently took the liberating plunge into the world of cropped 'dos, and boy is she rocking it. The actress shared a selfie of her chic buzz cut on Instagram, sending fans into a frenzy upon realizing her brunette locks were no more. Not to fret, Dr. Callie Torres went short for a great cause! Ramirez documented the often-terrifying before and after moment where her long braid was chopped right off, telling social media followers she'd be donating it to Locks of Love—an organization that makes wigs for children suffering from medical conditions that cause their hair to fall out. "Whelp, this just »
The last season of Grey's Anatomy saw the departure of Dr. Callie Torres, played by Sara Ramirez. Callie goes through a lot on the show, from marrying and divorcing George to realizing she's bisexual to getting pregnant by Mark Sloan. She has definitely had her fair share of drama. Callie is also, by far, one of the best characters on Grey's, and while she may be gone, she will never be forgotten. Here we remember all of the great things about Dr. Callie Torres. Related Stories:17 Times Grey's Anatomy Made You the Person You Are Today »
- Amanda Rosenberg
Don’t bother paging Dr. Robbins when Grey’s Anatomy returns on Sept. 22 (8/7c, ABC), ’cause she’s not going to respond.
Jessica Capshaw, who gave birth to her fourth child in May, will be sitting out the first two episodes of Season 13, according to series creator Shonda Rhimes. “Jessica was very, very delightfully pregnant at the end of last year, so she’s… taking a little bit of time off [to be with her] kids,” she told EW.com. “But then she’s back.”
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Ausiello: I honestly have no idea how Dame Connie B will be written out, although you mind find this bit of casting intel worrisome: Rumor has it Rayna will be menaced by a stalker this season.
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Meredith is about to turn Grey’s Anatomy — or at least Seattle — on its side! At least that’s one potential takeaway from the ABC drama’s Season 13 poster.
The official one-sheet (exclusively obtained by TVLine and embedded for your viewing pleasure below) features Ellen Pompeo‘s indefatigable heroine literally split in half, with the right side of her body replaced by the iconic Seattle skyline.
In a bit of a departure from years past, the striking, turquoise-tinged image is not accompanied by a tagline, »
Ellen Pompeo is the title star of “Grey’s Anatomy,” but has she ever considered leaving the hit ABC medical drama? No — thanks to Hollywood ageism.
“My decision to stay on ‘Grey’s’ was based solely on age,” Pompeo said in a recent interview. “At 33, I was wise enough to know my clock was already ticking in Hollywood.”
Pompeo, 46, has starred as Dr. Meredith Grey on the Shonda Rhimes series for all twelve seasons and is confirmed to return to the upcoming thirteenth season this fall. She was 35 years old when the show debuted in 2005.
The actress says she got a “super late start” in the industry and admits had she been younger when she landed the starring role on the ABC medical drama, “I probably would have done my time, then gone out to search for other things.” She added, “[I] was definitely aware of how challenging it would be to find other roles in my late »
- Elizabeth Wagmeister
Best-selling author and comedian Baratunde Thurston and actress, musician and activist actress Sara Ramirez will host “Ted Talks: Education Revolution,” a new hour-long special that will premiere on PBS, on Tuesday, September 13, 2016 (10-11pm). The program, the third in a series… Continue Reading → »
If you're a Grey's Anatomy fan, there's probably not much you don't know about the show. But seeing as we're in the doldrums of Summer, we thought we'd put together some of the lesser-known facts about the medical drama. If you do already know some of these trivia bits, then pat yourself on the back, because we dug deep. The guts and gore you see on screen are not human but are in fact a mix of cow organs, chicken fat, and red jello. Fun! Rob Lowe was offered the role of Dr. Derek Shepherd but turned it down to star in a CBS drama called Dr. Vegas, which was canceled after five episodes. Kevin McKidd (aka Dr. Owen Hunt) is Scottish, and hearing his accent will mess you up. Miranda Bailey was the only role written with a character description ("tiny with blonde curls"), but when Chandra Wilson auditioned for the role, »
- Amanda Rosenberg
“Grey’s Anatomy” Season 12 ended strong with big ratings big cliffhangers and a big shocker — Sara Ramirez, who plays Dr. Callie Torres, is leaving the show.
Chatting Friday at the Atx Television Festival in Austin, Texas, Beers said that there is a chance Ramirez could come back. “Bottom line is we love Sara, we love that character and anything can happen,” she said.
Another shocking moment, though on-screen, was Meredith (Ellen Pompeo) hooking up with Riggs (Martin Henderson) in the penultimate episode of Season 12 — though in the season finale, there was a tinge of foreshadowing at a love triangle with Maggie (Kelly McCreary). Asked if Meredith will continue to hook up with Riggs, Beers simply said, “God I hope so.”
“That was certainly one of my favorite moments of all of the shows this year, and I can tell you that at the table read, the reaction from the actors was, ‘Oh my god!’ It was just one of those great moments of total surprise,” Beers — who’s a non-writing producer on “Grey’s” — said, emphasizing that she does not know what is planned for their relationship in Season 13.
“I think she deserves some love,” Beers said of Meredith, who’s been single since her husband Derek (Patrick Dempsey) was killed off in Season 11. “She spent a lot of time saying ‘I don’t need it, I’m fine, my life will go on,’ and there was something about that, that I felt so pleased and so satisfied. I feel like there’s something incredibly delicious about getting to watch this, so fingers crossed this is the tip of an iceberg.”
Besides “Grey’s Anatomy,” Beers also spoke to Variety about “Scandal,” which was pushed to midseason, rather than its usual fall timeslot, due to Kerry Washington’s pregnancy. With the schedule change, the political drama will not air at the same time as the presidential election, but Beers says she’s not concerned. “Personally, I think it’s actually really fun where we are because running parallel has its challenges, too. We never even discussed that. I’m just excited to see what happens next. We never even talked about that, so it’s a good question.”
The schedule change also results in the demise of ABC’s Thursday night “Tgit” programming block with new drama “Notorious” slotted into “Scandal’s” 9 p.m. window.
Even though “Tgit” is gone this fall, Beers can’t wait for “Grey’s Anatomy” and “How To Get Away with Murder” to return to TV. “I’m just excited for the shows to be back on the air. It’s a long summer,” she laughed.
Offering a bit of a tease on Shondaland’s fall shows, Beers said: “The little bit that I know, there’s some good stuff coming up.”
- Elizabeth Wagmeister
Justin Chambers, Chandra Wilson and James Pickens, Jr. will join Ellen Pompeo as original cast members of “Grey’s Anatomy” who will stick around through Season 13, TheWrap has learned. Kevin McKidd, who joined the Shondaland drama in Season 5, has also closed a deal to return to Seattle Grace Hospital. The five actors’ contracts were all up after Season 12. A sixth, Sara Ramirez, decided not to renew hers after 10 seasons on Shonda Rhimes‘ medical drama. Also Read: 'Grey's Anatomy' Star Jason George on How to Avoid Getting Killed Off (Exclusive Video) “Grey’s” finished strongly, with its season finale hitting a 14-week. »
- Linda Ge and Lawrence Yee
Four of Grey’s Anatomy‘s finest docs will continue to keep watch over the hospital.
Kevin McKidd (Owen Hunt), Justin Chambers (Alex Karev), Chandra Wilson (Miranda Bailey) and James Pickens, Jr. (Richard Webber) have inked new contracts with the ABC drama that will keep them in scrubs at least through the upcoming 13th season, TVLine has learned.
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Cinemax is currently developing a TV adaptation of “Scarlet,” based on Brian Michael Bendis and Alex Maleev’s comic of the same name, published under Marvel’s Icon imprint. According to Deadline, Bendis announced, albeit coyly, at the Atx Television Festival in Austin that the property was being developed by HBO, but Variety has confirmed that it will be developed for Cinemax, which is owned by the premium cable network. The comic follows a rebellious protagonist named Scarlet Rue who ends up sparking a new American revolution. Bendis also co-created “Jessica Jones” and “Powers,” both of which have been adapted for TV. Development for “Scarlet” is in the early stages.
Rob Doherty, creator, executive producer and showrunner of CBS’ “Elementary,” has signed a new three-year deal with CBS Television Studios. He will continue as showrunner on “Elementary,” which is heading into its fifth season, and will supervise new projects for CBS TV. The news was first reported by Deadline.
“Grey’s Anatomy” actors Justin Chambers, Chandra Wilson, James Pickens, Jr. and Kevin McKidd have renewed their deals and will return to the ABC drama for the upcoming 13th season. They’ve signed on after star Ellen Pompeo inked her deal to return and Sara Ramirez confirmed her departure from the show.
Disney Xd and Lego have released the first trailer for “Lego Star Wars: The Freemaker Adventures,” which takes place in the period between “The Empire Strikes Back” and “Return of the Jedi.” On June 11 at 8 p.m. on YouTube, Instagram star Zack King will be hosting a “Brick-Building” event where fans can get a sneak peek of the upcoming animated series.
PBS announced that “The Great British Baking Show” will return for Season 3 on July 1 at 9 p.m. on the network. The competition show, which features amateur bakers vying to be the best all-around baker, will feature returning judges Mary Berry and Paul Hollywood joined by hosts Sue Perkins and Mel Giedroyc.
- Maria Cavassuto
In the Season 12 finale of Grey’s Anatomy, Arizona might just have had the best idea ever: “Let’s all be happy.”
She only meant that she and her ex-wife, Callie, should toss out their custody arrangement and do whatever it takes to put a smile back on not only both of their faces but daughter Sofia’s, too. However, it was such a good suggestion that we can’t help but hope that some other characters take it, too.
The doctor is still in! Ellen Pompeo is officially set to return as Meredith Grey for the 13th season of Grey's Anatomy, the actress's rep confirms to People.The 46-year-old has portrayed the central figure on the Shonda Rhimes medical drama since it premiered on ABC in 2005. News of Pompeo's contract renewal comes less than a month after it was announced that Sara Ramirez - who spent 10 seasons on Grey's as Dr. Callie Torres - will not be returning next season. Pompeo, Justin Chambers, Chandra Wilson and James Pickens Jr. are the only original cast members who have remained on »
- Patrick Gomez, @PatrickGomezLA
The Grey is staying in Grey’s Anatomy, now that Ellen Pompeo has signed a new deal to continue on as Meredith.
Pompeo’s news — she earns north of $300,000/episode, our sister site Deadline notes — comes weeks after another long-running Grey’s star, Sara Ramirez, announced that she would not be back next season as Callie, choosing instead to take “some welcome time off.”
As previously reported by TVLine, Justin Chambers hinted at nearing a new deal back in March, while Kevin McKidd was optimistic about his future as Owen. Jessica Capshaw settled her own business a year ago, signing »
Ellen Pompeo has inked a new deal to return to next season of “Grey’s Anatomy,” Variety has learned.
The “Grey’s Anatomy” star had signed a two-year contract back in 2014, which expired at the end of this season. This new deal guarantees that she’ll back for the 13th season of “Grey’s Anatomy,” which will air in fall 2016.
Pompeo is one of the hit medical drama’s remaining original cast members, following the recent departure of Sara Ramirez at the end of season 12, who announced she would be taking “some welcome time off.” Justin Chambers still remains, along with Chandra Wilson, Kevin McKidd, and James Pickens., Jr.
The Shonda Rhimes-produced “Grey’s” is enjoying a renaissance, proving a reliable performer for ABC in its Thursday night slot. The show has topped ratings, ending the season as Thursday’s top-rated series in key demographics. It’s also enjoyed a creative resurgence, »
- Debra Birnbaum
Don’t fret “Grey’s Anatomy” fans: Dr. Meredith Grey isn’t going the way of Dr. McDreamy. Ellen Pompeo has closed a new deal to remain on “Grey’s,” her reps told TheWrap on Wednesday. The specific terms of the deal have not been made public. Pompeo’s last contract was for two years, and had kept her on board through the recently concluded twelfth season. Also Read: Sara Ramirez to Exit 'Grey's Anatomy' After 10 Seasons Retaining the titular star was a top priority for ABC, as “Grey’s” is easily the strongest series on its highly promoted “Tgit” these days. »
- Tony Maglio
Nathan seems poised to be Meredith’s first significant post-Derek fling on Grey’s Anatomy. He may even turn out to be something more than a mere fling. But there is one thing that he can and will never, under any circumstances, be: another Derek. Take it from Ellen Pompeo, who plays Shepherd’s widow.
“There will only be one McDreamy ever,” she swears to TVLine. “You know, he’s not replaceable.”
Oh, we know. Viewers do, too. And luckily, so does Grey’s boss Shonda Rhimes. »
TVLine hits rewind on the TV season’s biggest “What Happens Next” finales, then invites you to predict the cliffhanger outcomes.
If you or I were Grey’s Anatomy‘s Jo, we probably would have admitted to non-fiancé Alex a long time ago that we wouldn’t marry him because we were already hitched to an abusive spouse we feared would hunt us down if we divorced him. The way Karev loves us her, he not only would have understood, he’d have been supportive as hell.
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