ABC’s firefighter-themed Grey’s Anatomy spinoff is heating up casting-wise, with five new series regulars — including Friday Night Lights/Aquarius alum Grey Damon — added to the offshoot. Also boarding the still-untitled Shondaland drama: Jay Hayden (a veteran of another Shonda Rhimes-produced drama, ABC’s The Catch), Okieriete Onaodowan (Broadway’s Hamilton), Danielle Savre (Too Close To Home) and Barrett Doss […]
Before he was McSteamy Eric Dane was on "Saved by the Bell." On "Live With Kelly and Ryan," he talked about his first acting gig on the popular 1990s show.
All of the drama began when a rapist inadvertently caused an explosion that nearly killed Dr. Stephanie Edwards and a young girl named Erin.
Tim Allen's comedy 'Last Man Standing,' now canceled, could be said to be a victim of its conservative-in-every-sense image.
When a sick boy named Liam begged for medical attention despite his parents’ religious beliefs in nonmedical intervention, the doctors of Grey Sloan Memorial Hospital had to wrestle with what action to take.
Thursday's episode of Grey's Anatomy includes some drama and a whole lot of reluctant dancing. It starts when Maggie drops by Meredith's house in tears.
The “Be Still, My Soul” episode of Grey’s Anatomy left Grey Sloan Memorial Hospital heartbroken after the death of Maggie’s mom, Diane. Desperate to save her mom, Maggie found an aggressive clinical study that she submitted her mother for — even though none of the other doctors thought that was a good idea. With the writing on the wall, Maggie knew her mother was not long for this world.
From Mary and Rhoda to Sydney and Francie, see who inspired some of the women influencing the next generation of women today.
It was finally decision time on "Grey’s Anatomy" when the epic custody battle began. And when Penny took the stand, the questions quickly got much trickier.
Grey’s Anatomy star Ellen Pompeo sat down with Ellen DeGeneres and talked about the success of Grey’s Anatomy despite Patrick Dempsey’s departure from the show.
Twelve years later and Katie Bryce has returned to Seattle Grace. If you recognized her it’s because she appeared in the pilot episode of Grey’s Anatomy as Meredith’s first patient. Katie was admitted into the ER for severe headaches and issues with sporadic numbness.
In April, Grey’s Anatomy killed off beloved original character Derek “McDreamy” Shepherd in a stunning episode titled “How to Save a Life.” But for the people behind the scenes, the question was really, “How to end a life?”
Looking back on the year in TV, it could’ve been a lot worse. (Before we go any further: Major spoilers in this post and the above video.) We saw an unprecedented number of TV death fake-outs, where characters appeared to die and then later showed up alive. (Hi, Glenn!) Still, it’s been a rough year for TV fans nonetheless: We had to say goodbye to beloved characters on The Walking Dead, Game of Thrones, Grey’s Anatomy, Orphan Black, and a dozen other favorite shows. And unlike Glenn, they stayed dead.
She hasn’t lifted a finger, and Richie Sambora is going to be there! So, we devised a formula — including story sway, cuteness, and fan support — to calculate just how powerful 14 current TV babies are. 14. Little Sam, Game of Thrones Kind of useless, except as motivation for Big Sam (John Bradley) to take care of Gilly (Hannah Murray). Judith, The Walking Dead Honestly, until Rick (Andrew Lincoln) offered to let Morgan (Lennie James) hold Judith in the Season 6 premiere, we forgot she even existed. His existence caused lots of problems between Francis and Mary (Adelaide Kane) and between Mary and Lola (Anna Popplewell).
We’re celebrating this new Golden Age of Television by paying tribute to our favorite TV characters who’ve debuted since 'The Sopranos' premiered in January 1999.