If the latest Grey’s Anatomy left you downright giddy, you’re not alone. Sarah Drew was just as thrilled and surprised as the rest of us after she first read the script, which had more than one big moment for April Kepner. READ FULL STORY
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This sneak peek of Thursday’s new episode of Grey’s Anatomy is a hair over a minute long, but it left us with so many questions!
First, how long are Meredith and Derek going to be fighting? On one hand, Meredith has a right to be angry, as she is in this clip. A promise is a promise, and in this case, her husband had agreed to take a step back from work to help with the children. On the other hand, the man got a call from the president of the United States! (Um, probably not this one.) I’m guessing this could be a long debate, folks.
Second, in the midst of Meredith and Derek’s martial spat, Cristina walks in and announces with joy that the drama at the wedding has left her giddy. (“I’m not just a friend, I’m a fan,” Cristina says, referring to April.) As you recall, the last new episode left off right after Jackson declared his love for April. Does this mean April turned Jackson down? Or not? Cristina, elaborate!
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Sandra Oh might be on her way out, but Meredith and Derek are sticking around.
EW has confirmed that Ellen Pompeo and Patrick Dempsey, Grey’s Anatomy‘s longstanding golden couple, have signed new two-year contracts with the show, meaning Mer-Der are here to stay for at least a while longer. Grey’s Anatomy, while not officially renewed by ABC, remains a lock for an 11th season. READ FULL STORY
'Grey's Anatomy': Sarah Drew previews April's wedding, what made Ellen Pompeo scream at a table read
Grey’s Anatomy weddings are sort of like a (super dramatic) rite of passage on the show. There was the time Cristina had her eyebrows waxed off, and then there was Meredith and Derek’s quick ceremony at the courthouse. Callie and Arizona had a fairly drama-free wedding, and Bailey was able to enjoy her big day once she made it to the church. And let’s not forget Cristina’s living room wedding, or the time Alex recited stolen (but sweet) wedding vows to Izzie. The lesson: Big events are never perfect on Grey’s, they will probably make you cry, and a wedding ring does not mean forever in this world.
But in tonight’s mid-season finale, it’s April’s turn to walk down the aisle. Will she say “I do” to her hunky EMT or will she hold out for her even hunkier surgeon? We caught up with Sarah Drew to talk love triangles and the “shocking” last five minutes of the episode:
Sara Ramirez previews Callie-centric 'Grey's Anatomy': 'She reaches the kind of breaking point we don't expect'
Grey’s Anatomy‘s resident orthopedic attending, Callie Torres, is no stranger to tragedy. Since first appearing on the show, she’s been married (twice), and cheated on (twice), not to mention that her ex-husband was then killed, and there was also that time she and her unborn daughter almost died in a car accident. And let’s not even get into the shooting or the plane crash aftermath. Rather, let’s skip ahead to the silver lining of all of her tragedies: They’ve made for some really entertaining television. It sounds horrible to say, but we aren’t the only ones who think so. “Somebody actually stopped me on the street the other day – no it was on set, she was visiting set – and said, ‘I have so enjoyed watching your tragedies through the years.’ It was like the strangest compliment I’ve ever gotten,” Ramirez said.
So what tragedy is Callie in for tonight? Surprisingly, her life won’t be the thing on the line. Her career, on the other hand, is the target of a malpractice suit. Yep, Grey’s is headed into the courtroom. “A lot of [this episode] is in the courtroom,” Ramirez said. “And we had an incredible director, Jeannot Szwarc, who has a lot of experience filming shows like The Practice, so he really got what that needs to look like, setting that kind of tone. It’s very different.”
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Is Callie going to take one for the team?
That’s how it seems judging by this exclusive sneak peek from Thursday’s new episode of Grey’s Anatomy, in which a malpractice suit causes many problems for Callie and the hospital. Also, word is we’ll see some Calizona flashbacks during this hour, which will also mark the return of Hector Elizondo as Callie’s dad. Yay for Callie-centric episodes!
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Sandra Oh, who plays the brainy, acerbic Dr. Cristina Yang, will be departing Grey’s Anatomy at the end of this tenth season, but not before the show rips open one of its central relationships: the friendship between Cristina and Meredith Grey (Ellen Pompeo.) From the sound of it, the conflict will be as messy and difficult as any of the show’s toughest surgeries.
“A beautiful storyline is coming up about the friendship between Cristina and Meredith, and I love it,” says Oh. “I love it because it’s challenging and it’s like a real growing pain that they go through. … At the beginning of the season they have quite different lives: Meredith is married and has two children, and Cristina, who has now parted ways from Owen Hunt (Kevin McKidd), is a non-parent and is very focused on her work and life, so that causes a riff.” READ FULL STORY
Scoop on the Bones wedding (and honeymoon)! Fresh Arrow dish that hits the target! And some answers on how NCIS: LA will deal with a real-life baby twist. All that and more in this week’s Spoiler Room.
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After watching 200 episodes of Grey’s Anatomy, there are a few things we accept as truth. Among them? A surgeon who has to stay out of the operating room for an extended period of time is a scary, scary human being.
And even though Meredith and Derek made a mutual decision to take maternity and paternity leaves following the birth of their second child, it seems they’re having a hard time turning off their competitive fire. In fact, according to house guest Callie, they’re making everything into a competition. And the fundraising ball will be no exception, it seems.
In this exclusive sneak peek from the show’s 200th episode, airing Thursday on ABC, the hospital board is all on hand to raise some green, and to pump up the effort, Jackson decides to award 10 percent of the funds to the department who raises the most. Oh, it’s on. And — especially between Meredith and Derek — things might get a little scary. (But not scarier than the clown waiter.)
Check out the sneak peek below and catch the episode for yourself on Oct 10 at 9 p.m. ET. READ FULL STORY
The Grey’s Anatomy cast and creative team hit the town last night in Los Angeles to celebrate their milestone 200th episode with a massive bash. But before they got their party on, there was business to attend to, specifically, giving out scoop on the upcoming season, which kicked off last Thursday with a death- and drama-filled season premiere.
So what did we learn on the red carpet? Read on…
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The Grey’s Anatomy season 9 finale left us with many questions, the main one being: Will Richard survive? Since then, season 10 promos have made it clear that “the storm isn’t over yet,” and now we’ve got a first look at what that ominous sentence could mean, particularly for one intern.
In a new clip from season 10, we see Bailey send Shane to go find Richard. But when Shane sees the opportunity to get back on Shepherd’s good side, he takes it, which leaves Brooks to discover the former chief lying next to the generator, still unconscious after being electrocuted. And to make bad news worse, Brooks reacts to seeing Richard a little too quickly, a mistake that could cost her her life.
Watch the sneak peek below:
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