Now that we know it's not Callie and Arizona tying the knot on Grey's Anatomy - by now you've surely heard about Cristina and Owen - what's in store for Calzona this year? Let's just say it's shaping up to be a crowded situation. Arizona decides to move in with Callie, according to EW, and of course, Torres is sharing an apartment with Cristina ... who's become the anti-Cristina and is marrying Owen. Thatâs not the only obstacle, either. Creator Shonda Rhimes reveals that âSome stuff happens with their careers thatâs going to take them in opposite directions possibly.â To Read More Click Here .
[Warning: This story contains spoilers from the upcoming season of Grey's Anatomy.] "One of the things I love about the first episode of the season is Cristina and Owen getting married," says Grey's Anatomy creator Shonda Rhimes, who sat down with me for an exclusive one-on-one interview to discuss her show's seventh season premiere, airing Sept. 23. "It's this beautifully wonderful, happy, hopeful moment that I really liked seeing." TV Guide Magazine: Owen and Cristina get engaged and married in the season premiere. Why take that huge step instead of building the suspense and anticipation over a few weeks or months? Rhimes: I felt like for Owen that it became very clear out of that shooting that he loved Cristina Yang and wanted to be with her. That was made incredibly clear for him, so why would they be waiting? It also felt like she, the last person we think of being a bride, really needed a lifeline and was really changed by the experience as well and could really take a leap. To Read More Click Here .
[Warning: This story contains spoilers from the upcoming season of Grey's Anatomy.] With less than a month until the Season 7 premiere of Grey's Anatomy, we can finally reveal that Cristina (Sandra Oh) and Owen (Kevin McKidd) are the two docs getting married in the season premiere. How many new docs will scrub into Grey's? Zero, says Rhimes How will this change the dynamic of their relationship? Where will they live? Can this rushed marriage survive? And what about Teddy (Kim Raver)? Kevin McKidd, one half of the married-couple-to-be, gives TVGuide.com all the dish and more: To Read More Click Here .
Last May's chilling Grey's Anatomy season finale was so perfect just about the only thing missing was a big musical number. And I've just learned that one was actually filmed, but didn't make the cut because of all the characters that were shot. Sadly, there just wasn't enough room in the bullet-riddled finale to include everything that was filmed, and a lot of gems ended up on the cutting room floor. But the musical scene, as well as some other juicy tidbits adding up to an additional 18 minutes, will be included on Grey's Anatomy's Season 6 DVD (out Sept. 14). To read More Click Here .
Frances Conroy, who played matriarch Ruth Fisher on HBO's Six Feet Under, has been cast on Grey's Anatomy in a role that sounds perfectly suited for this Golden Globe winner's dramatic and comedic talents. Frances will guest star as a patient named Eleanor who blacks out. But that's not the fun part. Grey's creator Shonda Rhimes tells me Eleanor claims she blacked out right around the time she raced into a Laundromat and caught her naughty husband folding another woman's panties. Don't you just hate when that happens? "Whether or not she really blacked out is an issue," says Rhimes. Hmm... Might Frances' vindictive character have sent her husband six feet under? That'll be for Detectives Grey and Yang to investigate. Apparently all those Cagney & Lacey reruns I've been watching have gotten the best of my imagination. Source Here
A couple of weeks ago, I clued you in that a popular Grey's Anatomy couple would be getting engaged and married in the Sept. 23 season premiere. Sworn to secrecy, I could only reveal that the newlyweds-to-be were one of these three couplings: Callie and Arizona, Alex and Lexie or Owen and Cristina. Astute fans that you are, most of you guessed correctly that either Calzona or Owen/Cristina would be the duo walking down the aisle. Now I can officially remove Alex and Lexie from the running. And in just one week - on the morning of Tuesday, August 31 - ABC is allowing us all to share the happy news with fans. To Read More Click Here
Few can forget the moment in last Mayâs killer Greyâs Anatomy finale when Alex - fighting for his life after being shot in the chest by that crazed gunman - screams for his MIA ex, Izzie, and not his current lover, Lexie. The takeaway message was obvious: Despite Katherine Heiglâs abrupt departure last spring, her characterâs arc - specifically her love story with Alex - is far from over. Greyâs boss Shonda Rhimes tells me that finding closure for Alex is one of her top priorities as she heads into season 7. âWeâre talking about it [in the writers' room] obsessively and trying to figure it out,â she says. âWeâre approaching it pretty carefully. To Read More Click Here .
Former Numb3rs actress Diane Farr will appear on Grey's Anatomy this season, according to a show rep. The 40-year-old actress will play a patient with Huntington's Disease under the care of Meredith (Ellen Pompeo). Farr is slated to appear in the fourth episode of the season, which will air sometime in October. The casting was first reported by Entertainment Weekly. Farr, also known for her work on Rescue Me, guest-starred in an episode of White Collar earlier this month. Grey's Anatomy returns for its seventh season Thursday, Sept. 23 at 9/8c on ABC. Source Here
The Grey in Grey's Anatomy is going to have "some frustrating episodes" when the ABC medical drama returns, Ellen Pompeo says of her character. After the devastatingly tragic Season 6 finale, which saw Meredith's Post-it husband shot and near death, it's going to take a while for every doctor at Seattle Grace to get back on their feet, but none more so than Meredith - at least, that's what trauma counselor Andrew Perkins (James Tupper) thinks. Perkins must clear each doctor before they can return to the OR, and Meredith is definitely not at the top of that list. "Meredith does get cleared eventually, but not right away; not without some frustrating episodes," Pompeo tells TVGuide.com. "She's got to pull out all the tricks and stops to try to get cleared." To Read More Click Here .
Just when the doctors of Seattle Grace Mercy West are staring to get back to normal, they will receive a blast from the past reminding them of that horrible May day when a crazed gunman began killing doctors and nurses left and right. Mandy Moore, so memorable in May's two-part season finale, returns to Grey's Anatomy in the sixth episode of its new season. Fans will recall Mandy's character, Mary (or Bloody Mary as I like to think of her), was the unfortunate patient coping with a colostomy bag when fate called upon her to assist Bailey (Chandra Wilson) in a desperate struggle to save the life of gunned-down doc Charles Percy (Robert Baker). No word yet if Mary's cute hubby Bill (Cougar Town's Ryan Devlin) or her (not-nearly-as-cute) colostomy bag will be returning as well. Source here