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Why We Want to See More of Dr. Koracick on 'Grey's Anatomy'

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Why We Want to See More of Dr. Koracick on 'Grey's Anatomy'
On episode 18 of Grey's Anatomy, titled "Hold Back the River," several of the doctors at Grey Sloan Memorial had trouble letting go. Richard Webber went to extreme measures to try to save his AA sponsor and good friend, Ollie, even though all Ollie wanted to do was die peacefully. Alex couldn't accept that the experimental ultrasound treatment he and Amelia have been developing was too risky to used to treat recurring brain tumor sufferer, Kimmie -- her brain could literally melt inside her skull. But the one thing we definitely don't want to give up on is the possibility that Amelia's former mentor and genius neurosurgeon Dr. Tom Koracick (Greg Germann) could return to the hospital (and the show) in a permanent capacity.
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New Grey’s Anatomy Season 14, April 5, 2018 Episode 18 Storyline Teasers Revealed By ABC

Hey, "Grey's Anatomy" fans. We're back at you with another new storyline preview thanks to the wonderful folks over at ABC. They recently put out a press release for the upcoming 18th episode of their hit medical drama. Their press release contains a brief teaser description of the storyline and some other goodies. ABC also released a new preview clip for the 18th episode. We'll go over that a little bit too, and we'll give you guys a link to that clip. To start this session off, the press release revealed that episode 18 is labeled/entitled, "Hold Back the River." They started out their press release by putting in all caps:"Amelia And Koracick Perform A Risky Procedure To Remove A Brain Tumor." So, it definitely sounds like that could very well be the main focus or storyline of this episode. In their main description, they expound a little more
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ABC Announces ‘Grey’s Anatomy’ and ‘Station 19’ Crossover Episode (Watch)

ABC Announces ‘Grey’s Anatomy’ and ‘Station 19’ Crossover Episode (Watch)
“Grey’s Anatomy” and its first responder spinoff “Station 19” are prepping for special crossover episode, ABC announced Thursday.

Jaina Lee Ortiz, who plays firefighter Andy Herrera on “Station 19,” will appear on “Grey’s Anatomy” in the Mar. 1 episode entitled “You Really Got a Hold on Me.”

In the episode, former surgeon Ben Warren (Jason George) and Andy visit Grey Sloan after rescuing two boys that have been injured in a house fire. With one of the boys lives literally in Andy’s hands, her skills are put to the test. Meanwhile, the “Grey’s” doctors are hard at work on their projects for the Grey Sloan Surgical Innovation Contest and Amelia (Caterina Scorsone) brings Tom Koracick (Greg Germann) in to consult on her and Alex’s (Justin Chambers) patient.

This episode was written by showrunner Stacy McKee, who back in January teased the idea of continued crossovers between the shows at the Television Critics Assn.’s
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NCIS Season 10 Episode 12 Review: You Are Not Alone

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We're used to seeing Gibbs as the immovable and dependable rock for the NCIS team. In this episode, though, I believe that honor went to Tony.

In "Shiva," the team was under great pressure to find the mastermind to the shooting deaths of Mossad director Eli David and NCIS Director Vance's wife, Jackie. The possibility of a war loomed large, as Eli's Iranian contact - Arash Kazmi - was implicated.

Eventually, they discovered that Eli's protégé, Mossad Deputy Director Ilan Bodnar, was the murderous traitor behind the deaths. 

He knew about Eli's plan to work with Iran and wanted to kill Eli and take over Mossad while implicating Iran in his death. 

The writers must be applauded:  the story flowed exactly as it should have and there was a richness and depth to almost every scene.

Gone (for the most part) was Tony the comedian and in his place was Tony the rock,
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Film News Roundup: Louis Gossett Jr. Replaces James Earl Jones on ‘Foster Boy’ Drama

Film News Roundup: Louis Gossett Jr. Replaces James Earl Jones on ‘Foster Boy’ Drama
In today’s film news roundup, Louis Gossett Jr. replaces James Earl Jones in “Foster Boy,” David Wojnarowicz is the subject of a documentary and “Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark” gets a Norwegian director.

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Louis Gossett Jr. is replacing James Earl Jones as a judge in the reality-inspired feature film “Foster Boy,” currently in production.

Jones departed due to a competing commitment. Matthew Modine and newcomer Shane Paul McGhie star in “Foster Boy,” a legal drama about a high-powered litigator who takes on the case of a disadvantaged African-American young man. They uncover the abuses of the for-profit foster care system.

Other cast members include Julie Benz, Amy Brenneman, Greg Germann, Evan Handler, Jordan Belfi, Lex Scott Davis and Krystian Lyttle.

The script is written by attorney-turned-screenwriter Jay Paul Deratany, based on his experiences as a litigator in Chicago. “Foster Boy,” which is shooting in Los Angeles, is directed by Youssef Delara.
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Dr. Koracick's Relationship With Amelia on Grey's Anatomy Goes Way Back

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Amelia finds herself with a pretty strong support system in the days leading up to and following her life-changing surgery this week on Grey's Anatomy. The daring brain surgeon discovers that a benign tumor had spent a decade growing in her brain on the season opener a few weeks ago, with the irony of the situation leaving many fans wondering which trusty doctor would be tasked with saving her life. But as we quickly learned in the last two episodes, Amelia justifiably had no plans on backing down from the tumor, enlisting the help of a new character in order to fight it: Dr. Tom Koracick (Greg Germann), a neurosurgeon that she has a bit of a history with. RelatedThis Throwback on the Grey's Season Premiere Was So Subtle, You Probably Missed It Dr. Koracick is the head of neurosurgery at Johns Hopkins, and he's also one of Amelia's old professors.
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A Major Confrontation Is About To Take Place On Grey’s Anatomy Season 14, New Details

Hey, "Grey's Anatomy" fans. We got some new, official preview details from ABC for the upcoming episode 4 of this current season 14 in the form of an episode press release. It sounds like we're going to see even more drama and surprises in this one. One particular situation is going to involve the ongoing and unfortunate brain tumor that Amelia has been inflicted with. Episode 4 is entitled, "Ain't That A Kick In The Head." The episode 4 teaser description tells us that a big confrontation will take place in regards to Amelia. It states that she will have to confront a very difficult decision. ABC didn't say what this decision entails, but we can only imagine it has something to do with her current condition. We'll definitely have to tune in to find out for sure. It sounds like it will give us some more very emotional scenes to look forward to.
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Grey's Anatomy's Brain Tumor Is Already Killing Us

Grey's Anatomy's Brain Tumor Is Already Killing Us
Ok, we're not about to complain about Grey's Anatomy right now, but boy was tonight frustrating.  Amelia was refusing to tell her friends and family about her gigantic brain tumor, all while Megan was bitching to Owen about how terrible his wife is. Jackson's very awful grandfather was visiting, and perfectly happy to rant about how the hospital was falling apart since it was run by women. And then of course, there's Meredith, Riggs, and Megan's real confusing and sad love triangle.  In the end, everything worked out in a way that was a little less frustrating, but it wasn't exactly pleasant.  Amelia brought in Greg Germann as her former mentor, who...
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Grey's Anatomy Recap: Out of the Frying Pan, Into 'You're Fired!'

When the fire with which Grey’s Anatomy concluded last season was put out, Bailey thought that the worst was over. But in Thursday’s episode, she learned that she’d thought wrong. Very wrong. The arrival of Jackson’s grandpa, Harper Avery, to assess the damage done — to his foundation’s bank balance more than to the hospital — led to one of Grey Sloan’s finest getting sacked. And, given Amelia’s diagnosis in the Season 14 premiere — coupled with her determination to keep her condition a secret — that first dismissed doctor’s head wasn’t necessarily the only one on the chopping block.
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New ‘Grey’s Anatomy’ Season 14 Episode 3 Official Teaser Description Revealed By ABC

Recently, ABC served up a new press release/teaser description for their upcoming "Grey's Anatomy" episode 3 of the current season 14. It sounds like we'll see some very intense and intriguing stuff take place in it as Amelia attempts to manage her new scary brain tumor secret! Bailey is put on edge. Meredith sees a familiar face and more. Their press release also revealed a title for this episode. It's labeled, "Go Big or Go Home." In their main description, they revealed that Harper Avery is going to show up at Grey Sloan at some point. This won't be the best thing for Bailey as they say Harper's arrival will definitely put Bailey on edge. Will Bailey eventually be able to calm down over this? That's the big question for this particular storyline. They didn't give any other information about it. So, we'll have to wait until the episode airs to
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Grey's Anatomy: Season 14; Greg Germann (Ally McBeal) to Guest on ABC Medical Drama

Greg Germann is staying on ABC. E! News reports the Once Upon a Time star will guest on season 14 of Grey's Anatomy.Few details have been released about Germann's role on the long-running medical drama, but his character's name is Tom Koracick. The series' regular cast includes Ellen Pompeo, Justin Chambers, Chandra Wilson, James Pickens Jr., Kevin McKidd, Jessica Capshaw, Jesse Williams, Sarah Drew, Caterina Scorsone, Camilla Luddington, and Jerrika Hinton.Read More…
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Grey's Anatomy Season 14 Admits Greg Germann for Guest-Star Role

Grey's Anatomy Season 14 Admits Greg Germann for Guest-Star Role
The halls of Grey Sloan Memorial are going to welcome a face familiar to TV fans when Grey's Anatomy returns for season 14. E! News can exclusively reveal that Ally McBeal alum Greg Germann will guest star in an upcoming episode of the ABC hit's new season. While details about his character are being kept under wraps—this is Shondaland, after all!—we do know that his name is Tom Koracick and his appearance will be in an episode entitled "Go Big or Go Home." As for who among the hospital's staff he'll tangle with, that remains to be seen. ABC has released some details about the first two episodes of the new season, airing together as a part of the show's two-hour September...
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Ally McBeal Turns 20: Top Five Moments of All-Time

I can still remember the first time the idea of a unisex bathroom was introduced during the show. It might not seem so crazy now, but 20 years ago, it was practically taboo. And that’s exactly what Ally McBeal brought to network TV: a lot of fierceness, a lot of smarts, and a lot of plenty else. Ally McBeal gave us some of the most memorable characters on television (e.g. the formidable Ling Woo), and arguably, it also featured the best cast to ever get together for a show. We had Calista Flockhart, Lucy Liu, Portia de Rossi, Greg Germann,

Ally McBeal Turns 20: Top Five Moments of All-Time
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‘Ally McBeal’ at 20: David E. Kelley on Feminism, Overnight Success and Calista Flockhart’s ‘Magical’ Performance

‘Ally McBeal’ at 20: David E. Kelley on Feminism, Overnight Success and Calista Flockhart’s ‘Magical’ Performance
A flawed protagonist. A tone that turns easily from drama to comedy to smash-cut fantasy. A young and fetching professional woman who is more than willing to revel in her weaknesses.

Those sound like all the elements for a pitch that could make the rounds of premium cable and streaming services today. But in fact they were the were the essential ingredients in a Fox series that premiered 20 years ago: “Ally McBeal.”

The series birthed by David E. Kelley at the height of his network TV power defied easy categorization even as it quickly resonated with its post-yuppie, pre-millennial target audience.

To its creator’s surpise, “Ally McBeal” sparked a national conversation about the state and status of women in women’s movement. Remember the 1998 Time magazine cover that featured an insouciant Calista Flockhart juxtaposed against images of Susan B. Anthony, Betty Friedan and Gloria Steinem and asked “Is Feminism Dead?” Kelley
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Friends From College

Network: Netflix. Episodes: Ongoing (half-hour). Seasons: Ongoing. TV show dates: July 14, 2017 — present. Series status: Has not been cancelled. Performers include: Keegan-Michael Key, Cobie Smulders, Annie Parisse, Fred Savage, Nat Faxon, Jae Suh Park, Billy Eichner, Kate McKinnon, Greg Germann, Ike Barinholtz, and Seth Rogen. TV show description: An adult comedy from creators and Harvard alumni, Nicholas Stoller and Francesca Delbanco, the Friends from College TV show centers on a New York City group of friends, who first bonded at Harvard University, nearly 20 years ago. The series explores how professional and personal growth and upheaval can affect friendships. As their lives change, these friends from college begin to wonder what -- if anything
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More 4th of July Escapism: Small-Town Iowa and Declaration of Independence Musicals

More 4th of July Escapism: Small-Town Iowa and Declaration of Independence Musicals
(See previous post: Fourth of July Movies: Escapism During a Weird Year.) On the evening of the Fourth of July, besides fireworks, fire hazards, and Yankee Doodle Dandy, if you're watching TCM in the U.S. and Canada, there's the following: Peter H. Hunt's 1776 (1972), a largely forgotten film musical based on the Broadway hit with music by Sherman Edwards. William Daniels, who was recently on TCM talking about 1776 and a couple of other movies (A Thousand Clowns, Dodsworth), has one of the key roles as John Adams. Howard Da Silva, blacklisted for over a decade after being named a communist during the House Un-American Committee hearings of the early 1950s (Robert Taylor was one who mentioned him in his testimony), plays Benjamin Franklin. Ken Howard is Thomas Jefferson, a role he would reprise in John Huston's 1976 short Independence. (In the short, Pat Hingle was cast as John Adams; Eli Wallach was Benjamin Franklin.) Warner
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Friends From College Review: A Cast Like This Is a Terrible Thing to Waste

Friends From College Review: A Cast Like This Is a Terrible Thing to Waste
I honestly can’t remember a show that squanders a talented cast as thoroughly as Netflix’s new comedy Friends From College does. It’s borderline criminal.

There’s no question the show (releasing Friday, July 14) is blessed with an all-star team of comedy actors: Keegan-Michael Key! Cobie Smulders! Fred Savage! Billy Eichner! Nat Faxon! Heck, you could just put these guys in a room together and film them joking around without a script, and it’d be worth watching. But here, they’re saddled with unlikable characters, a distasteful infidelity plot and an erratic tone that never quite finds itself.
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Hulu’s Best TV Shows About Women Beyond ‘The Handmaid’s Tale’ That You Can Stream Right Now

Hulu’s Best TV Shows About Women Beyond ‘The Handmaid’s Tale’ That You Can Stream Right Now
If you haven’t taken advantage of all that Hulu has to offer lately besides “The Handmaid’s Tale” – which everybody should really, really watch right now – then you’re missing out.

“The Handmaid’s Tale’ has been a groundbreaking series for the streaming service, thanks to its foreboding story about a near future in which a portion of the United States has been turned into a theocracy. This new world of Gilead subjugates women and makes the fertile ones become breeders for high-ranking officials. Moving performances by Elisabeth Moss, Samira Wiley, Yvonne Strahovski, O-t Fagbenle and Alexis Bledel have made this series a must-watch.

Not only does Hulu have strong original programming like “The Handmaid’s Tale,” but it is one of the best places to watch shows that are currently on TV now, which makes cord-cutting that much easier. It also has an impressive catalog of past shows that are well worth revisiting.
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