You read and saw right! The resident hunk-a-doctor at the now defunct Mercy is coming to Seatle Grace Mercy West as the pyschologist, Andrew Perkins, who counsels the surgeons and staff after the bloodshed of the Season finale. Tupper is on board for at least two episodes. Grey's returns with its seventh season on September 23rd with an episode titled "With You I'm Born Again."
The seventh season of Greyâs Anatomy is set to begin Thursday, September 23. However, a source tells Fancast that, unlike past two-part, two-hour openers, the proudcers' plan is for Season 7 to go the traditional, hour-long premiere route this time. The Season 6 opener had to cover George's tragic death (and Izzie nearly meeting her maker as well), and how each SGH surgeon coped with the loss of one of their own. When Season 7 begins, the aftermath isnât quite as immediate. As we know, a gunman terrorized the halls of the hospital, spilling a great deal of blood, but it's over now. So what are the big questions unanswered hearing into the seventh season? To Read More Click Here .
The new TV season is heating up as TV's top shows search for new names to attract more eyeballs. As if it didn't have enough eye candy already, Grey's Anatomy has feelers out for a sexy actor to play Andrew Perkins, a forty-something trauma counselor. For its third season premiere, titled "Red Sky At Night," CBS's The Mentalist wants an actor to play Gale Bertram, the new director of the Attorney General's Office. The role is expected to last at least five episodes. And Showtime's Weeds is hunting for three actors of Arabic descent to fill the roles of Daoud, Adara and Rida. In the new season, Nancy's family is on the run, and Andy (Justin Kirk) turns to Daoud Mahmud in hopes of securing some passports. Hmm...could Weeds be planning a Sex and the City 2-style Middle Eastern adventure? Not sure how well joints would sell over there, Nancy,...and I don't want to even think about the punishment if you're caught! Source Here
Having scored a role on a new series, will Jason George, who plays Bailey's boyfriend Ben, be back next season on Grey's Anatomy? TV Guide addresses this topic today. Jason George's role on Off the Map, Shonda Rhimes' midseason show (her third for ABC), doesn't necessarily mean Bailey's romance is over, according to Chandra Wilson. Whatever happens, she says the relationship is important for Dr. Bailey's growth. "How many of us go through long-term relationships that end and then you have to sit there and figure out what to do now?" the perennial Emmy Award nominee says. "That's her journey. It was about discovery and how it changes her personality." Source Here
Judging on people's reactions regarding the twin Mercy West promotions on Grey's Anatomy, fans of the show (1) like Jesse Williams' eyes and (2) aren't exactly fond of Sarah Drew's character. As it is, the Everwood alum says she is perfectly aware that April is not the most popular doctor in Seattle Grace, and when she found out her babbling / oversharing would get McDreamy (Patrick Dempsey) shot in the finale, her reaction said it all: "Oh, come on, guys, really? They already hate my character, now they're going to hate her even more!" Talking to Entertainment Weekly, Drew says she knows April had been "kind of annoying" during her brief stint in Seattle Grace, because she's "just neurotic and really insecure." But she believes things can change pretty soon, with the events in the finale as catalyst. To Read More Click Here .
Katherine Heigl is gone from Grey's Anatomy, but not forgotten. This is particularly true for her co-star and on-screen husband. "I miss her all the time," Justin Chambers told E! at the Maui Film Festival. "Katherine's such a great actor. She's so fun to work off of. I really miss working with her." We've seen the last of their on-screen romance ... but we haven't heard the last of it. As we know, Alex called out for Izzie when he was shot in the Season Six finale. "I think that's a couple on TV that people will always remember," he said. "There's not much Alex without her. I think he'll be mourning Izzie for the next two seasons." To Read More Click Here .
The promotion of Sarah Drew (April) to full-time series regular status on Grey's Anatomy next season understandably elicited mixed reactions from legions of fans. Being obsessed with Derek wasn't a good way to get in viewers' good books, and nearly getting him killed during the harrowing hostage-themed finale didnât help. You can count Sarah Drew herself among April's critics. In a Q&A with Entertainment Weekly, the actress reflects on her roller-coaster first year on the show and what we might see from her this fall. Excerpts below: On being "part of the tribe" after the finale: I definitely had that feeling. April was kind of annoying this past season. [Laughs] Neurotic and really insecure." To Read More Click Here .
News that Grey's Anatomy has promoted Jesse Williams (Jackson) and Sarah Drew (April) to full-time series regulars next season has elicited mixed reactions from viewers. Yay for Jackson - but not so much for his Mercy West cohort, who hasn't exactly endeared herself to viewers. The fact that she nearly got Derek killed in last month's harrowing hostage-themed finale certainly didn't help. Among April's biggest critics: Drew herself! In the following Q&A, the beloved Everwood alum weighs in on her polarizing alter ego, discusses the possibility of an April/Derek/Mer triangle, and reflects on her roller-coaster year. To Read More Click Here .
Today's deadline day for Emmy voters to turn in their ballots, and based on her gut-wrenching performance in last month's Grey's Anatomy finale, I'm guessing Chandra Wilson's name will be checked off a lot in the supporting actress race. As Bailey helplessly looked on as fellow doc Percy's life slipped away, her breakdown was as shocking as it was haunting. In this exclusive interview, the four-time Emmy nominee reflects on what it was like shooting the nerve-wracking episode, speculates on the fallout for her character, and opens up about the one Grey's storyline she hopes never happens. To Read More Click Here .
It was just one kiss, people. Newly regularized Jesse Williams tells Entertainment Weekly that he doesn't see "Jastina" (that's Jackson-Cristina - yes) in the cards next season on Grey's Anatomy, at least as far as his hunch goes. "If I were to get a love interest, it would be someone new," he says. "I feel like everyone has been with everyone and most people seem secure in their relationships for now. But I really like working with Sandra, so it would be fine by me." Which is ... old news. Shonda Rhimes previously said that, "We don't think anything more will happen with Christina and Jackson," so we can shut up about that. The Jastina pairing, probably a little less loathed than Towen (that's Teddy and Owen - yes), stemmed from an inebriated kiss last season. It didn't really go anywhere though, as the Grey's Anatomy writers seemed more interested in pursuing the triangle between Owen (Kevin McKidd), Cristina (Sandra Oh) and Teddy (Kim Raver). To Read More Click Here .