It's hard to believe that after 19 seasons, there is still so much you don't know about hit Shonda Rhimes series Grey's Anatomy. Here, we've uncovered the most fascinating things that have slipped through the cracks over the years—the stories behind the props, the off-screen drama, and the well-kept secrets you never knew about your favorite characters. Grey's creator Shonda Rhimes' inspiration came from her love of the medical shows she watched on the Discovery Channel.
Pairing pine furnishings and an allover squirrel-and-sunflower wallpaper, designer Meta Coleman overhauls a quirky bedroom into a magical oasis straight out of a child's imagination.
Over the course of 19 seasons, many actors and actresses have made their way through Seattle Grace slash Grey Sloan Memorial Hospital in guest starring roles on 'Grey's Anatomy.' Here are 35 actors who made cameo's on the show, including Demi Lovato, Elisabeth Moss, and Sarah Paulson. Over 19 seasons and 18 years, Grey's Anatomy has become television's second-longest-running medical drama–eclipsed only by ER.
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Gray hair isn’t something to be ashamed of anymore, especially when it’s so common. It can be caused by numerous factors like chronic stress, nutrient deficiency, genetics or aging. Nowadays, plenty of celebrities are embracing their beautiful, gray locks, from Andie MacDowell to Salma Hayek. And we’re obsessing over all the natural looks taking over […]
Grey's Anatomy has literally been on since you were in middle school and that only translates to so! The Welcome to the Dollhouse and Princess Diaries actress played a woman who survives a tunnel collapse.
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The former star of TLC's "19 Kids and Counting" has had a change in her beliefs since leaving the church.