In 'Hook, Line and Sinner', Mark is giving Sloan option not to give up the baby for adoption but to raise him together. Read more.
Grey's Anatomy is off until a week from Thursday, when we finally get a new episode, "Hook, Line and Sinner." Then it's three more weeks until the May 20 season finale. Many things are set in motion when the show returns on April 29. Sloan returns to Markâs apartment, just as sheâs going into labor. How will the birth (and adoption) go? Teddy, Mark and the still-fighting Callie and Arizona are all there to help with the delivery and to get Mark through his grandsonâs pending adoption. Should be interesting. Meanwhile, Teddy sees Derekâs invitation to illustrious cardiothoracic surgeon Tom Evans as a threat to her future employment at the hospital ... hmm. Think it really is? Finally, the team must work on a crab boat captain who has been stabbed with (hence the title) a giant shark hook. Ouch. There's certainly a lot going on in this episode. How will Mark react to this life change? Click to enlarge photos below... Source & More Photos
Marion Ross will soon be popping up on Grey's Anatomy, according to TV Guide. The 81-year-old actress, beloved for her role as the mom on Happy Days, and more recently seen as the mother of Brothers & Sisters' Nora Walker (Sally Field), Marion will not be crossing over, per se, but playing a new character altogether at Seattle Grace. "Marion plays an older patient who has an amazing epic love story with another older patient in the hospital," says Grey's Anatomy creator Shonda Rhimes. "She did beautiful, beautiful work and was delightful." "Our two gurneys pass each other â and there is a man I had a romance with fifty years ago," tells Marion, who shares scenes with Sandra Oh's Cristina Yang. "It was such a joy for me." She appears May 13. Source Here
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Demi Lovato, who will be checking into Grey's Anatomy for May sweeps, has dished out a first look at her role. The 17-year-old Sonny With a Chance star tweeted a photo of her character, a possibly schizophrenic patient being treated by Alex Karev (Justin Chambers). Lovato tweeted in March that she was "so thrilled" to fulfill "one of my biggest dreams" by guest-starring on the ABC medical drama. Are you excited for Lovato's turn on Grey's? Source Here
The transformation of Meredith Grey is complete. She's come so far, this reassuring teaser proves. In response to rumors over Mr. and Mrs. Post-It McDreamy being in trouble yet again, executive producer Shonda Rhimes said she was done playing with the long-running, on-again/off-again relationship between Meredith and Derek on Grey's Anatomy. Despite all the "game-changing" season finale talk, she says: To Read More Click Here .
Meeting the Grey's Anatomy cast was already a dream for rising star Demi Lovato. Now it's come true, with the 17-year-old actress acting right along side them! "The first two actors I met were Justin Chambers and Jessica Capshaw, and I was like, âThereâs Karev and Arizona!â Then I met Patrick Dempsey," she recalled. On a tour of the hospital set for her May 13 guest role, she picked up a patientâs chart and pretended to make rounds. But Demiâs not playing a med student. Instead, she will be portraying a frightened patient named Hayley, who might suffer from schizophrenia. See claw marks in this photo obtained by TV Guide ... To Read More Click Here .
Katherine Heigl is sad to be finally leaving "Grey's Anatomy" because her fellow cast members became like "family" during her six-year stint on the hit show. Heigl has been dogged by rumors of a departure from the show ever since she landed her movie break-out role in 2007's "Knocked Up". After taking a three-month hiatus from the hit medical drama, Heigl finally announced in March that she will no longer be a part of the series because she wants to focus on being a mum to adopted daughter Naleigh. The 31-year-old is adamant she has not fallen out with her former colleagues - insisting she's desperate to meet Ellen Pompeo's baby daughter Stella Luna. She tells Entertainment Weekly, "Ellen (Pompeo) and I text a lot. I'm still waiting to meet Stella Luna. And Justin (Chambers) and I have been texting. Chyler Leigh is one of the most amazing young women. Just unbelievably lovely and supportive." "These are my friends. They're kind of family at this point. I spent more time with them over the past six years than I did with my own family. So I'm going to miss that." Source Here
Mandy Moore will be checking into Seattle Grace for the two-hour finale of ABC's Grey's Anatomy, TVGuide.com has learned exclusively. The 25-year-old singer-actress (A Walk to Remember) will play Mary, a patient being treated by Bailey (Chandra Wilson) in the May 20 finale. Sources said Moore is just one part of the kind of finale that executive producer Shonda Rhimes loves keeping under wraps, so no further details on her role were released. Source Here
Jessica Capshaw is expecting her second child, TVGuide.com has confirmed. The 33-year-old actress, who portrays Arizona Robbins on Grey's Anatomy, and husband Christopher Gavigan have a 2Â½-year-old son named Luke. ABC reps for Grey's said it's uncertain how this will affect production but Capshaw may shoot her scenes out of order as Ellen Pompeo did. Source Here