Grey's Anatomy and Private Practice spoilers don't always intertwine, but tonight, when the characters from both are on screen (and hooking up) with each other, they do! Below are a couple of excerpts from EW's spoiler Q&A this morning. We suggest if you are looking to keep the events of this evening a surprise, particularly involving the romantic dalliances of Dr. McSteamy, you not read past the picture ... * Things will heat up between Sam and Addison on Private Practice. Starting this evening, when he gets jealous of Mark, and again in February. * Their guilty consciences will prove a major obstacle, however, as will the added complication involving another doctor waiting in the wings! * Mark and Lexie are over. Done. The lovers will break things off this week, but their single status doesn't really become official 'til next week. * That's when word of their respective dalliances comes to light. Interestingly, someone's reportedly not as upset by this as you might think. * Katherine Heigl returns to the set in late February, so Izzie should likely be back on a regular basis in episodes airing in March or April. Source Here
Boy, does Private Practice's Addison (Kate Walsh) have man troubles. She's kissed Derek (Patrick Dempsey), Mark (Eric Dane), Sam (Taye Diggs), but can't seem to hold down a boyfriend. And her love woes will continue during the Grey's Anatomy-Private Practice crossover, Walsh says. Facing a family crisis, Addison will turn to Mark. But that will make Sam reconsider his decision to turn down her booty call. Yes, all of these characters are supposed to be doctors. Walsh spoke with TVGuide.com about what else we can look forward to in the crossover, who she thinks Addison should end up with, and what's ahead in the second half of the season. To Read More Click here .
Reunited and it feels so gooood! Tonight we will be reunited with just about all our beloved Thursday TV shows! Also reunited (on screen) tonight - Amy Poehler and her real life husband, Will Arnett on Parks & Recreation ! Check out all the Thursday favs back on tonight including most of the NBC comedies (with a double 30 Rock ), ABC dramas, and more: 8/7c Community on NBC Bones on Fox 8:30/7:30c Parks & Recreation on NBC 9/8c 30 Rock on NBC Grey's Anatomy on ABC Fringe on Fox CSI on CBS 9:30/8:30c 30 Rock on NBC 10/9c The Jay Leno Show on NBC Private Practice on ABC The Mentalist on CBS Archer on FX Project Runway on Lifetime Television The Real Housewives of Orange County on Bravo 11/10c Models of the Runway on Bravo The Daily Show on Comedy Central 11:30/10:30c The Tonight Show with Conan O'Brien on NBC The Colbert Report on Comedy Central What will you be watching?
Dramas Grey's Anatomy and Mad Men and the freshman comedies Glee and Modern Family were among the nominees for the 21st annual GLAAD Media awards. Also in the running for best drama series: Brothers & Sisters, True Blood and Skins. And the other best comedy series nominees: GREEK, United States of Tara and Beautiful People. Among series not featuring a regular lesbian, gay, bisexual or transgender character, Private Practice was nominated for two individual episodes, as were Parks and Recreation, Supernatural and The Listener. Ellen DeGeneres received two nods - one for an episode of her own show and one for her and Portia de Rossi's appearance on The Oprah Winfrey Show. Other chat fests nominated for an individual episode were The Tyra Banks Show, The Joy Behar Show and The Dr. Oz Show. Kathy Griffin earned a nom for outstanding reality series for Kathy Griffin: My Life on the D List, along with The Amazing Race 15, Making His Band, The Real World: Brooklyn and RuPaul's Drag Race. Soap operas All My Children, As The World Turns, Guiding Light and One Life to Live were all nominated for outstanding daily drama. The nominees for outstanding TV movie or mini-series include Prayers for Bobby, Pedro, Torchwood: Children of Earth and An Englishman in New York. The movie contenders: Everybody's Fine, I Love You, Man, Precious: Based on the Novel 'Push' by Sapphire, A Single Man and Taking Woodstock. GLAAD also will honor Sex and the City actress Cynthia Nixon with the Vito Russo Award. The award is presented to a lesbian, gay, bisexual or transgender media professional who has made a difference in promoting equal rights. The Emmy winner spoke at October's National Equality March in Washington in support of marriage equality. The awards will be handed out at three different ceremonies: March 13 in New York, April 17 in Los Angeles and June 5 in San Francisco. Source Here
* Project Runway (10/9c Lifetime Television ) It's a runway takeoff when the seamless reality show opens its seventh season with 16 new clothiers beginning their fashion odyssey - a season-long clash for cash and a skirmish for high-style bragging rights. In a change of backdrops, the show bids adieu to the breezy Los Angeles setting of Season 6 and returns to the gritty concrete jungle of New York City. Returning are series staples Heidi Klum, Tim Gunn, Michael Kors and Nina Garcia. * Grey's Anatomy (9/8c ABC) When we left the hot docs, Mark had discovered that he has an 18-year-old daughter (Leven Rambin) and that she's pregnant. And, this being a doctor show (and one with a spin-off featuring an OB-GYN surgeon to boot), it should come as no surprise that complications develop. Looks like it's time for a Private Practice crossover. Meanwhile, expect Owen-Cristina-Teddy developments, and don't expect the Chief's drinking problem to have gone away. * Archer (10/9c FX ) Sterling Archer (voice of H. Jon Benjamin) says he's "the world's most dangerous spy." Maybe so, but he's certainly a danger to ISIS, the spy agency his mother (voice of Jessica Walter) runs, because he's a 21st-century Maxwell Smart. The "21st-century" part means salty language and sexual situations that Maxwell could only have dreamed of. (There's also cartoon nudity.) And the "Maxwell Smart" part means that Sterling isn't smart. In the opener, he trains ISIS comptroller Cyril (voice of Chris Parnell) to be an agent. * 30 Rock (9/8c NBC) After a month-long hiatus, Tina Fey's lauded laugher returns with two new back-to-back episodes. Jack's gone wild in the first outing: He's haunted by a raucous New Year's Eve after leaving a boozy message on an ex-flame's voice mail. Elsewhere, Jenna engages in a fake relationship with actor James Franco (playing himself). In the second episode, Jack's back with an attack. As Liz's relationship with Danny (Cheyenne Jackson) blooms, it causes a vicious jealous stir in Jack, who schemes to tear them apart. * CSI : Crime Scene Investigation (9/8c CBS) Just who is Dr. Jekyll (as Langston dubbed him), the serial killer who performs bizarre surgeries on his victims? No one knows but Ray inches closer to uncovering the truth tonight. In other developments, two gorgeous ladies are murdered in a Vegas hotel and the CSIs track a most unusual killer. Source Here
Grey's Anatomy and Private Practice return tomorrow night on ABC, and from the sneak previews and extended promo we've seen, there's little doubt Mark and Addison, well ... Let's just say that it looks like old habits die hard for these two in the Grey's Anatomy-Private Practice crossover event. You're either going to love it or be kind of creeped out. While much of the focus on the Mark-Addison relations has centered on what that means for Mark and Lexie, has anyone thought to consider how it might impact Sam Bennett? According to TV Guide, Sam's "jealousy will turn to regret, as he kicks himself for turning down Addison's previous overture." Wow. Maybe they're not ready to be just friends! To Read More Click here .
During last night's Brothers & Sisters episode, ABC ramped up its promo for the Grey's Anatomy-Private Practice crossover event this Thursday with a 45-second advertisement. While we've seen a lot of these snippets from the much anticipated 2010 debuts of both Shonda Rhimes series already, they've never been packaged quite this dramatically. Or in the case of Mark and Alex, nakedly. The promo for "Blink" and "Another Second Chance" leaves little doubt that more than one relationship may be in peril along with the life of Mark's pregnant daughter. If you missed it, we posted a huge photo gallery for both episodes as well as five sneak previews this weekend. Source & Previews
The last new episode of Grey's Anatomy was an all-inclusive holiday bonanza. Next month, the show will get into a festive mood once again in its first-ever Valentine's Day episode. The big plans? Derek and Owen have a double date in mind. Cute, right? It might be, except that Meredith is not a Valentine's Day girl, and neither is Cristina, creator Shonda Rhimes tells TV Guide, so the guys will try to force them to enjoy the holiday. Celebrating Valentine's Day more willingly? Callie and Arizona! The two "go out on a date and exchange gifts at four o'clock because they know they'll be in the ER in the evening,'' then play cupid for Bailey and anesthesiologist Ben Warren. The new character, played by hunky actor Jason George, will (according to Shonda) give our workaholic Nazi a little bit of lovin and we can't wait to see how that plays out! To Read More Click Here .
We kind of forgot that she's still on Grey's Anatomy (after being fired and all), but turns out Katherine Heigl is set to re-assume Izzie duties on the ABC medical show next week, and the photos look promising, at least to those who are (still) hoping for an Alex-Izzie reunion. And yes, she's also sporting a new do, which is beside the point but is also nice to point out. According to the official description from ABC, the Grey's episode that features Heigl's return will see her "hoping to reconcile with Alex," something that is terribly different from the antagonistic you-got-me-fired Izzie that was the last we saw of her. In fact, in one of the photos, they are actually hugging. No word, however, on just how long Heigl is staying put. She took a leave immediately after returning on this season of Grey's Anatomy first to do a movie then finally to spend some quality time with her newly adopted daughter Naleigh. As for this upcoming episode, it was filmed prior to her maternity leave, so we have no idea if she's staying. Elsewhere on that Grey's episode, by the way, Derek (Patrick Dempsey) confronts the Chief (James Pickens, Jr.) after learning of his drinking problem. Elsewhere, tensions run high among Teddy (new regular Kim Raver), Owen (Kevin McKidd), and Yang (Sandra Oh), after Cristina makes a startling confession. [We kind of forgot that she's still on Grey's Anatomy (after being fired and all), but turns out Katherine Heigl is set to re-assume Izzie duties on the ABC medical show next week, and the photos look promising, at least to those who are (still) hoping for an Alex-Izzie reunion. And yes, she's also sporting a new do, which is beside the point but is also nice to point out. According to the official description from ABC, the Grey's episode that features Heigl's return will see her "hoping to reconcile with Alex," something that is terribly different from the antagonistic you-got-me-fired Izzie that was the last we saw of her. In fact, in one of the photos, they are actually hugging. No word, however, on just how long Heigl is staying put. She took a leave immediately after returning on this season of Grey's Anatomy first to do a movie then finally to spend some quality time with her newly adopted daughter Naleigh. As for this upcoming episode, it was filmed prior to her maternity leave, so we have no idea if she's staying. Elsewhere on that Grey's episode, by the way, Derek (Patrick Dempsey) confronts the Chief (James Pickens, Jr.) after learning of his drinking problem. Elsewhere, tensions run high among Teddy (new regular Kim Raver), Owen (Kevin McKidd), and Yang (Sandra Oh), after Cristina makes a startling confession. Source Here]
It seems suspicious, doesn't it? Kim Raver gets promoted to series regular on Grey's Anatomy and Katherine Heigl is becoming more and more scarce - seriously, if someone gets fired irretrievably on the show, how can she ever go back? But Raver tells TV Guide that she's not out to replace Heigl. "I look at it more as an addition to all the other characters. My character is very different than hers. I'm just thrilled to be there and be with these extremely talented actors, so I wouldn't say replacing so much as adding to." It bears noting, however, that when TR Knight left the show last season, there had been two "additions" to the cast of Grey's regulars - Kevin McKidd, who plays Owen Hunt, and Jessica Capshaw, who plays Arizona Robbins. That being said, with Cristina (Sandra Oh) and Owen (McKidd) seemingly happy at the moment, will Teddy Altman (Raver) make a second attempt at Owen, seeing her first one wasn't so successful. "I don't think she's going to disrespect anyone, but you can still try to function and be in love with someone. I can say that the triangle definitely heats up in the next couple of episodes." But Raver claims that Teddy is no homewrecker, citing their stint in Iraq. "Owen was engaged in Iraq, [and] she didn't cross those lines and she's not crossing those lines now. Yes, she is in love with him. I hope the fans were surprised to see that it's much more complicated. Owen and Cristina still really love each other and that's not going away, but wow, this is complicated. I've gotten fans being surprised, but saying, 'Don't you break up that relationship!'" Source Here