Grey's Anatomy returns with new episodes on January 14, complete with a Private Practice crossover. ABC has release five sneak peeks, which we have for you below. You can also take a look at the photos and promos we previously posted for the episode. ADDISON RETURNS TO SEATTLE TO PERFORM A DIFFICULT PROCEDURE ON MARK'S PREGNANT DAUGHTER, ON ABC'S "GREY'S ANATOMY" To Read More Click Here .
According to some rumors, Grey's Anatomy will open 2010 with a bang, quite literally, as apart from the crossover with Private Practice, there won't be one but two hook-ups between unexpected people as the second half of this season kick off. Of course, we already know that Karev (Justin Chambers) will have a little something on the side while Iz (Katherine Heigl) is still away. Chambers said so himself, and opined that it will surely "add spice" to Grey's Anatomy. "I was totally thrown off by it. I think it's great though... The writers are really good at turning corners and taking your head for a little spin. It surprised me as much as it will the audience." So who is the mystery girl? Judging from the polls and online guessing games, a lot of Grey's Anatomy fans seem convinced that it's indeed Mercy Wester Reed with whom Alex will be fooling off with. Others, meanwhile, cite a leaked spoiler that it's Lexie (Chyler Leigh), and the two will do it while Sloan (Eric Dane) is busy doing the nasty with Addison (Kate Welch) - obviously, it gets really crazy here. At least TV Guide has able to take some names off our suspect list, and with the revelation of a love interest for Bailey (Chandra Wilson), she's also out of contention. TV Guide says it's not Meredith (Ellen Pompeo) and it's not Callie (Sara Ramirez) or Arizona (Jessica Capshaw). So that leaves it to Reed, Lexie, Yang (not likely), and McSteamy's daughter (who is sick, so it's also not likely). "Callie and Arizona get a little sexy soon," Capshaw has previously revealed. "We see a little girl-on-girl action. America was asking for it and America got it." Source Here
Grey's Anatomy fans - more specifically, Cristina (Sandra Oh) and Owen (Kevin McKidd) fans - worried that the arrival of Teddy Altman (Kim Raver) to Seattle Grace might break up the happy couple. Now that Raver has been bumped up to series regular and is sticking around for a while, should we be expecting drama? Of course! We caught up with Raver to discuss how the Owen-Cristina-Teddy dynamic will continue to spiral out of control, what good things are ahead for Yang and Hunt and whether Raver is replacing Katherine Heigl. To Read More Click Here .
Two months after joining the Grey's Anatomy cast, Kim Raver has landed a full-time gig at Seattle Grace. Kim Raver is Seattle Grace's newest cardio god The Lipstick Jungle star has been upped to a cast regular and is expected to appear in all but one of the ABC medical drama's remaining episodes this season, according to The Hollywood Reporter. Read More here
Here at SideReel we've reviewed 2009 TV , so now it's time to look ahead at TV in the new year! Here are my top 10 wishes for what I believe will make TV in 2010 great. Heroes improves the carnival storyline While it seems like an interesting idea for heroes to be free and open about their powers by showing them off in a carnival, Heroes tried introducing new heroes in Season 2 and it failed, and it doesn't seem like that's turning out any differently for Season 4. Here's hoping that this carnival storyline will get to the point sooner rather than later in 2010 so we can see what it has to offer beyond a distraction from the show having no direction with its original characters. Glee has more to give Being a true blue gleek, I'm not saying I don't have faith in Glee continuing to be fantastic, but after all the main storylines coming to a head and/or conclusion in the fall finale, my Glee hope for 2010 is that they didn't burn themselves out trying to impress and keep Glee on the air this fall. Grey's Anatomy improves or gets canceled While Grey's has been losing its way and fans for a few years, I'd say between the Denny ghost storyline, George dying, Izzie living then disappearing, and trying to work in the recession, 2009 was a bad year for Grey's. It's hard to keep a show going six seasons in, and since Grey's is not proving to have a lot more to offer, I'd really like 2010 to be the year where Grey's gets its act together or decides to call it quits with the chance for a proper conclusion. Isn't it time to just know MerDer lives happily ever after already without us having to watch them from week to week? Huddy actually happens on House We've been playing the will-they-or-won't-they game with House and Cuddy for 5 1/2 seasons now. This past year brought the closest call yet on them getting together, then when it didn't happen, it almost seemed like it was going to be the final word that it would never happen for them... and then that didn't happen. After getting so close this season, I think 2010 needs to finally be the year where they just decide already if they're going to get together or not. I think the show can go on either way, and it's just getting exhausting to continue to play the waiting game. Gossip Girl figures out what to do with Serena & Nate's lives Gossip Girl has been a bit of a mess this season with all of the gang except Jenny graduating high school, but I think the worst part of "GG goes to college" has been not everyone just going to college. Serena needed to stay close instead of go to Brown, but that decision should have led to going to the same college as the rest of the group instead of trying to have a job. Along with that, Nate needs to stop with all the external family drama that makes his storylines too separate from the rest of the group as well. My big wish for 2010 that I think would greatly improve GG overall is to figure out what Serena and Nate are doing already, and hopefully that will lead to focusing on college, new friends, and new drama! The Office baby adds to the show As an enormous Jim and Pam fan, their wedding was definitely a big TV highlight for me in 2009, but the immediate addition of a JAM baby makes me a little nervous. Since it threw off the dynamic of the show and cast when Pam was off in NY at art school, I worry that a new baby could take Pam out of the mix for a while, and mess with the balance and humor of the show instead of adding to it. So, here's hoping The Office gang has a good plan for baby JAM and how baby storylines can add to the show instead of messing with what we love! True Blood has a better villain storyline for Season 3 Season 2 of True Blood was amazing, but I while MaryAnn was an interesting villain, her entire story was not great. I much preferred Season 1's murder mystery plot to the devil woman + town madness theme of Season 2, so my wish for the new True Blood season of 2010 is that there will be a much more solid season villain theme to go along with the surrounding awesomeness! Dollhouse has a proper series conclusion It is sad to see Dollhouse go so soon especially after such a good fan fight for it last year, so the only acceptable way to see this one go out is with a bang. Joss Whedon and his shows have become famous as one season hit wonders, so now that Dollhouse not only got a second season, but enough of a warning of its cancellation to write a good conclusion, my hope is that all those working on the show really do it justice for the fans. Annie and Jasper go to jail on 90210 This is probably my most outrageous TV wish for 2010, but it's what I really want, so I'm sayin' it! Jasper going to jail is probably a little more reasonable considering he's a drug dealer with no complicated details around that illegal fact, but since he's so young, he may get off easy even if he does get in legal trouble. But he's just so annoying, I hope this character can be taught a serious lesson... which leads me to our ex-90210 leading lady, the insanely annoying Annie! Her crime is a little more tricky being an accident and her being a scared, confused teen, but drinking and driving, and a hit-and-run, and a witness? That sounds like a good possibility for her to get in some serious trouble if it goes to the police, and in my dream of dreams, I'd love to see good girl-turned-really-dumb-and-annoying-pretend bad girl go away for a while - however that may be done. Cougar Town gets canceled While this isn't the worst new comedy, it's not the best. My 2009 wish was that this would be Courteney Cox Arquette's fun and fantastic return to comedy, but instead it's just a cute, tolerable 30 minutes of predictable characters saying predictable things. So my hope for 2010 is that this one just ends quietly instead of going on to a second season which will predictably slide downhill into a much more embarrassing cancellation. What are your 2010 TV wishes?
It's still a good three weeks to go before Grey's Anatomy returns with its (heavily anticipated?) crossover event with sister and fellow Shonda show Private Practice, but already the promo is out. And as usual, tension is there. As we figured out when Grey's Anatomy said goodbye for the holiday break way too early on November 19, Mark Sloan's (Eric Dane) 18-year-old love-child (Leven Rambin) is pregnant, and the reason she's crashing the then peaceful Sloan-Lexie love nest is because she had no where to go. Source & Preview
Jason George, who has played go-to hunks on What About Brian, Eli Stone and Eastwick is joining Grey's Anatomy, TVGuide.com has confirmed. George, 37, has been cast as anesthesiologist Ben Warren, a potential flame for Miranda Bailey (Chandra Wilson). Yes, the Nazi is back on the market, but don't expect her to be completely open to it. It's been a while since Bailey played the field, and she honestly doesn't know how to react to someone liking her. George will debut on Grey's in mid-February. He has signed on for one episode, but his stay at Seattle Grace is expected to be significantly longer. Source Here
Check out photos of the Crossover Episodes of GREY'S ANATOMY and PRIVATE PRACTICE airing Thursday January starting at 9:00 p.m., ET. Episode Synopsis GREY'S ANATOMY - "Blink"- Mark flies Addison to Seattle to help with a difficult procedure on his pregnant daughter, Sloan, Owen questions Teddy's motives when she assigns Cristina the lead on a complicated surgery, and Derek's suspicions are raised when the Chief recruits Meredith to assist with a high profile operation on, "Grey's Anatomy," THURSDAY, JANUARY 14 (9:00-10:01 p.m., ET) on the ABC Television Network. PRIVATE PRACTICE - "Another Second Chance" - Desperate to help his pregnant daughter, Mark follows Addison back to Oceanside Wellness, Dell and Naomi struggle to raise their children under the same roof, and Violet and Cooper heatedly disagree on how to treat a patient on, "Private Practice," THURSDAY, JANUARY 14 (10:01-11:00 p.m., ET) on the ABC Television Network. Source & More Photos
If Cristina Yang (Sandra Oh) as a character has a "flaw" it's probably her overzealousness in terms of work. This has caused, among others, rifts in her relationships with people. TV Guide reports that Yang will be in the same position when Grey's Anatomy returns next year. Says TV Guide, "If there's one thing we know about Dr. Yang, it's that her career always comes first. Has her time with Owen changed that? We'll find out when Cristina gets stuck with a very difficult decision that could drastically affect not only her future, but also one of her closest relationships." In other words, essentially every couple on Grey's Anatomy except Meredith (Ellen Pompeo) and Derek (Patrick Dempsey) - Alex (Justin Chambers) and Izzie (Katherine Heigl), Mark (Eric Dane) and Lexie (Chyler Leigh), Callie (Sara Ramirez) and Arizona (Jessica Capshaw) - will be in trouble when the ABC medical drama returns. So that means everything is back to normal. But back to Yang, who is of course expected to almost always choose work over love when push comes to shove. Once or twice in the past, she had come in conflict with Owen (Kevin McKidd) when things don't go well for her professionally - when you think about it, that also explains why Teddy Altman (Kim Rayver) is in Seattle Grace in the first place. She was a "present" from Owen for then down Cristina. Source Here
Until Grey's Anatomy returns (Jan. 14 at 9/8c), ABC has launched Seattle Grace: On Call, a series of documentary-style webisodes on ABC.com that delves into the lives of some of the lesser-known characters at the hospital. In the final episode of the Web series (which launches Jan. 21), Dr. Owen Hunt (Kevin McKidd) will stop by Joe's Emerald City Bar. TVGuide.com hit the set to find out why Owen is singing a sad tune, who's having baby daddy drama and why the show needs another love triangle. On Call, for those of you who haven't tuned in, centers on the new interns of Seattle Grace. Megan (Molly Kidder), the intern who was fired during the merger, takes center stage in the series, as she attempts to figure out whether ex-boyfriend Pierce (Joseph Williamson) or new hubby Steve (Mark Saul) got her pregnant. "The paternity test doesn't quite go the way I think it's going to," Kidder says. "It goes the opposite of how I expect it and that's the risk." In the final episode, which airs Jan. 21, a brawl ensues. Steve just may get his vengeance on Pierce, who mangled his hand last season in a fight over Megan. "You will find some revenge," Saul tells us of the fight. "You'll be surprised. Someone will get knocked down." This is when Dr. Hunt saves the day. A shocking development in Owen's relationship will drive him to Joe's to blow off some steam. When the throwdown between house band members - and Seattle Grace interns - Steve and Pierce, leaves the bar music-less, Owen steps in to entertain the masses. Yes, he sings! To Read More Click Here .