Remember the girl who was in awe of Michelle Obama's official portrait? So does "Scandal" creator Shonda Rhimes, who had a painting of Olivia Pope inspire the same reaction.
Six years and seven seasons later, gladiators are mourning the end of "Scandal" while expressing disappointment in the finale.
Yes, the "Grey's Anatomy" spinoff has firehouse hookups, but also cringeworthy dialogue. It lets you know how low it's setting the bar for itself right from the start.
EXCLUSIVE : Two popular, long-time Grey’s Anatomy cast members, Jessica Capshaw and Sarah Drew, will be departing the hit ABC medical drama at the end of the current fourteenth season. Capshaw has been on the show for 10 seasons, nine of them as a series regular, playing Dr. Arizona Robbins; Drew has been on Grey’ s for nine seasons, eight of them as a series regular, playing Dr. April Kepner. The decision was made by the producers who at the start of each season have to…
Shondaland fans' dreams came true when Olivia Pope and Annalise Keating joined forces for a special "Scandal" and "How to Get Away with Murder" crossover event.
Ahead of tonight's milestone, Patsavas emailed us a quick look back at a few of her favorite song-scene pairings.
SPOILER ALERT: This story contains details about tonight's Grey's Anatomy episode "Danger Zone" on ABC. On tonight’s Grey’s Anatomy we finally witnessed the moments leading up to Dr. Megan Hunt’s (Abigail Spencer) disappearance in Iraq. But the episode also marked the quiet exit of Hunt’s lover Dr. Nathan Riggs, played by New Zealand actor Martin Henderson, who is departing the medial drama after a little more than two seasons as a series regular. Watching the episode, we…
In one of the biggest talent gets for Netflix yet that could shake up the drama series TV landscape, the streaming giant has landed one of the top drama showrunners on broadcast television, Shonda Rhimes.
In this sneak peek from Thursday's new episode of "Grey's Anatomy," Alex (Justin Chambers) runs into a new force of opposition — Eliza Minnick (Marika Dominczyk).
With three bullet holes in his body, Huck goes to a safe place to find the strength to escape: back in the office, with the gladiators giving him a pep talk.
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.
International Women’s Day kicked off in style as celebrities flocked to their Instagram accounts to share messages of inspiration, resistance, and solidarity. While not every star took the day off from work, many shared heartfelt sentiments about the “Day Without a Woman” movement, which aims to recognize “the enormous value that women of all backgrounds add to our socioeconomic system — while receiving lower wages and experiencing greater inequities, vulnerability to discrimination, sexual harassment, and job insecurity.”
While Huck and Quinn walk through the woods toward a cabin, it explodes. Gov. Frankie Vargas pulls out a narrow victory over Mellie Grant. That's just the beginning.
Last we saw Olivia Pope (Kerry Washington) and her gladiators was May 12, 2016. Scandal did not return this fall due to Washington’s pregnancy, so all that drama has been building up for eight excruciating months. The finale ended on a cliffhanger: Who will be the next president of the United States, Mellie Grant or Francisco Vargas?
Celebs are picking up right where Hillary Clinton left off. At Glamour’s Women of the Year Awards in Hollywood on Monday, attendees had a little fun on Instagram finally “shattering” the glass ceiling. Female stars like Lena Dunham, Zendaya, and Cara Delevingne all took turns grabbing a prop of their choice and throwing it at the camera while also revealing whom they were shattering the ceiling for. For example, Zendaya threw some punches for her “little nieces.” Who are you shattering this ceiling for? "For all my little nieces. ...
ABC made its presentation of the network’s fall TV schedule to advertisers on Tuesday, and the network has released trailers of these new shows. Keifer Sutherland plays the only cabinet member not trapped listening to the President giving a State of the Union speech when there’s a terrorist attack—he’s what’s officially termed the “designated survivor” and therefore automatically becomes President. Minnie Driver at her Minnie Driver-est: Playing a pushy, wisecracking mom with a special-needs son, her character is so obnoxious, cops won’t pull her over for speeding because, one sighs, “Life’s too short.” She bullies the school principal, she has her son give the finger to a woman who notes there is no handicapped sign on her car.